Here’s Ranger Karlton Smith giving us a great deal of information on Major General Andrew Atkinson Humphreys and his division during the Battle of Gettysburg, especially on July 2, 1863 and the fight in the Peach Orchard. Advertisements
Here’s Ranger Zach Siggins, who is really doing a great job as a fairly new ranger at Gettysburg, giving an excellent battle walk discussing the performance of the 147th New York on July 1, 1863 at the Battle of Gettysburg. Unfortunately it cuts off before he ends the program, but when it cuts off he’s […]
Here’s Ranger Dan Vermilya giving a battle walk discussing six confederate monuments at Gettysburg. Dan always does a great job, and this is no exception. It’s filled with great information as usual.
This book by David Dixon tells a fascinating story of Charles Anderson, a Kentuckian who later moved to Ohio. The son of Revolutionary War soldier Richard Clough Anderson, Charles Anderson had connections ranging from George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette to Abraham Lincoln. What prompted this book was the fact that Charles Anderson gave […]
Here’s Ranger Matt Atkinson giving a terrific program on how Civil War surgeons cared for the wounded in the war. Unfortunately, it cuts off before the end of the program, in the middle of a point Matt was making, but the presentation up to that point is really good.
Here’s a battle walk with Ranger Chuck Teague at the Gettysburg National Battlefield Park covering Dan Sickles on July 2, 1863. Sorry, Chuck. I’m not convinced. 🙂 To me, Dan Sickles is still that confounded Dan Sickles. 🙂 The video’s description reads, “Ranger Chuck Teague leads a battle walk covering the confusion on the morning of […]
Here’s an opportunity for you to virtually experience a battle walk with Ranger Matt Atkinson of the Gettysburg National Military Park. Matt is one of my favorite rangers on a battle walk. In this battle walk, Matt discusses Major General Winfield Scott Hancock and focuses primarily on his role in the Union defense of Cemetery […]