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York CWRT presents Union General Francis Barlow – Controversial General of Gettysburg and an American Hero

The York Civil War Round Table will feature guest speaker and member Brian J. Blake at its upcoming meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, at the York County Heritage Trust, 250 E. Market Street, York, Pennsylvania. The … Continue reading

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York CWRT to host Historian D. Scott Hartwig on June 21

On June 21, 2017, please join the York Civil War Round Table in its 20th Anniversary Year, welcoming Civil War historian and author, D. Scott Hartwig, to our meeting for his presentation “”Gettysburg: Sorting Fiction From Fact.” The monthly meeting … Continue reading

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National Park Service 154th Battle Anniversary Programs

National Park Service Press Release: The three day Battle of Gettysburg marked a turning point not only in the course of the American Civil War, but also for the future of the United States of America. Join Park Rangers and … Continue reading

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Gettysburg Announces July 1-3 Battle Anniversary Events on the Battlefield

Gettysburg National Military Park will commemorate the 152nd Anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, July 1-3, with a variety of free ranger guided programs that examine the people, places, and events that made the three day battle a turning point … Continue reading

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York CWRT

The York Civil War Round Table is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote, interpret, preserve, and protect the Civil War heritage of York County, Pennsylvania, through the education and exchange of information with its members and the general public. … Continue reading

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York CWRT meeting features the always entertaining Dr. Charlie Fennell !

Charlie Fennell poses by a monument on Culp’s Hill at Gettysburg National Military Park. A professor at Harrisburg Area Community College in Gettysburg, Dr. Fennell is a recognized expert on the Battle of Gettysburg. One of the most entertaining public … Continue reading

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2010 Schedule for the York Civil War Round Table

The York Civil War Round Table is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote, interpret, preserve, and protect the Civil War heritage of York County, Pennsylvania, through the education and exchange of information with its members and the general public. … Continue reading

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Some of Gordon’s Georgians who fought at Wrightsville

Pvt. James Thomas Branch, Company A, “Irwin County Cowboys,” 61st Georgia Volunteers. Branch missed the Gettysburg Campaign because he was in a hospital in Richmond. However several of his relatives marched with Brig. Gen. John B. Gordon through York and … Continue reading

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A Georgia author tours York County Civil War sites

The Jacob S. Altland house near Farmers in Paradise Township, where York civic officials “surrendered” the town to Brig. Gen. John B. Gordon, CSA. I took a day of vacation today and escorted Georgia author and historian Gregory C. White … Continue reading

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No more army life for me!

To many Confederates, Pennsylvania was a “land flowing with milk and honey, ” a place one amazed Rebel thought flowed with “such oceans of bread as I had ever seen before.” Food was plentiful, the farms fertile, orchards overflowing with … Continue reading

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