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Addressing Gettysburg

Feb 27, 2023

Civilian Casualties at Gettysburg
Most people who study the American Civil War are aware that there were some 51,000 casualties associated with the Battle of Gettysburg. But when asked the number of civilian casualties the answer is invariably “just one.” And although Jennie Wade, was in fact, the only civilian...

Feb 27, 2023

Barbara Sanders, Gettysburg National Military Park

Residents of Gettysburg and Adams County were not just passive observers of the 1863 battle. Its citizens included men who fought on both sides of the conflict, women who took in or traveled to the wounded after the battle, African Americans who dug the graves for the...

Feb 27, 2023

Daniel Vermilya, Eisenhower National Historic Site

70 Years ago, Dwight D. Eisenhower ascended to the presidency at a time of great unrest and conflict. Nowhere was that conflict greater than in the Korean peninsula, where Americans had been fighting and dying by the thousands for several years. Join Eisenhower NHS...

Feb 27, 2023

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I've been wanting to do an episode about this subject since Addressing...

Feb 20, 2023

Christopher Oakley, Associate Professor, UNC- Asheville

Associate Professor Christopher Oakley is a former Disney and DreamWorks animator who teaches Animation in New Media at University of North Carolina Asheville. Since 2013, Christopher has been leading an undergraduate research endeavor called "The Virtual Lincoln...