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Addressing Gettysburg

Feb 22, 2021

It's time, once again, for a State of the Show Show. This is the audio from our first Facebook Live video done on February 17, 2021. 


In it, we discuss:


- Being on the Today Show

- The Tom Berenger Interview

- Addressing Gettysburg's LBG Reservation Service

- 2021's Get Out of the Car Tours

- Billy Webster's Civil...

Feb 15, 2021

Captain Samuel Johnston was Robert E. Lee's topographical engineer. On the morning of July 2, 1863, General sent Captain Johnston and a few other men on a reconnaissance of the Union left, where Lee intended to attack. A few hours later, the information brought back to Lee would set the wheels in motion for one of...

Feb 15, 2021

Martin Husk spent an hour and a half discussing his book "The 111th New York Volunteer Infantry" with us. While the 111th may not be a fabled regiment like the 20th Maine or 6th Wisconsin, it's service during the war and at Gettysburg was no less full of adventure and Hell. 
Part of Willard's "Harpers Ferry...

Feb 14, 2021

LISTENER WARNING: In frank discussion of real life offends you, perhaps you'll want to skip this one, even though we "bleep".

Happy Valentine's Day to all you lovers out there!

Love is as old as the day is long. It's a many-splendored thing. But was is just as real and complicated and splendored in 19th-Century...

Feb 8, 2021

Thanks to our pal, Bo Brinkman, Tom Berenger accepted our invitation to come on Addressing Gettysburg to talk about his successful career in television, film and theater, with special attention paid to his role in and his experience shooting the Ron Maxwell film, Gettysburg.

This episode comes in at almost three hours...