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Harvest of Death Part 16: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

A glass plate titled “View in Field on Right Wing Where General Reynolds Fell At[...] The post Harvest of Death Part 16: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Harvest of Death Part 15: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

A glass plate titled “View in Field on Right Wing Where General Reynolds Fell At[...] The post Harvest of Death Part 15: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Top 10 Gettysburg Photo and Drawing Mysteries: #5 through #1

Licensed Battlefield Guides Tim Smith and Garry Adelman bring you #5 through #1 in Garry’s[...] The post Top 10 Gettysburg Photo and Drawing Mysteries: #5 through #1 appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Top 10 Gettysburg Photo and Drawing Mysteries: #10 through #6

When Licensed Battlefield Guides Tim Smith and Garry Adelman searched for photographic locations at Gettysburg[...] The post Top 10 Gettysburg Photo and Drawing Mysteries: #10 through #6 appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Spangler’s Spring Part 3 with LBG Garry Adelman

The 44th New York Infantry monument on Little Round Top has a connection to Spangler’s[...] The post Spangler’s Spring Part 3 with LBG Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Spangler’s Spring Part 2 with LBG Garry Adelman

A water line being constructed to Spangler’s Spring in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps.This[...] The post Spangler’s Spring Part 2 with LBG Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Spangler’s Spring Part 1 with LBG Garry Adelman

Spangler’s Spring at Culp’s Hill. The caption to this William Tipton photograph: “Man seated at[...] The post Spangler’s Spring Part 1 with LBG Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

The Tragedy at Spangler’s Meadow with LBG Garry Adelman

The monument to the 2nd Massachussetts in Spangler’s Meadow. Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Mudge commanded[...] The post The Tragedy at Spangler’s Meadow with LBG Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

“Desecration of the Battlefield of Gettysburg” with LBG Garry Adelman

“Desecration of the Battle-field of Gettysburg, on Culp’s Hill.” This photograph was taken on the[...] The post “Desecration of the Battlefield of Gettysburg” with LBG Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Gettysburg Photo Extravaganza with Licensed Battlefield Guide Garry Adelman

For more from LBG Garry Adelman, follow him on his Facebook page. Related books: Gettysburg[...] The post Gettysburg Photo Extravaganza with Licensed Battlefield Guide Garry Adelman appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

East Cemetery Hill Civil War Trust Project Update

The Civil War Trust is steadily working on tearing down a structure that they purchased on East Cemetery Hill’s Hillcrest Place – today we’ll check in with LBG Garry Adelman to update us on the progress. The flank markers to the 107th...Show More Summary

How You Can Become a Civil War Historian

In this short video the Civil War Trust’s Garry Adelman shares his thoughts about ‘becoming a Civil War historian.’ Garry hinted to me last year that he was thinking about working on just such a video. Unfortunately, Garry gets too bogged down in drawing a distinction between the public and […]

“Just a Bombthrower in the War Between the States”

A few months ago I shot a video with Garry Adelman for the Civil War Trust’s Civil War in4 series. The focus of this particular was on Civil War memory. Unfortunately, not everyone is happy about this. A few points for the purposes of clarification: (1) I do not have a degree in education; (2) […]

Civil War Memory in4

While I was in Gettysburg this past June for the CWI I took a few minutes to record a Civil War Trust Civil War in4 video with Garry Adelman on Civil War memory. I was way over-prepared and incredibly nervous. Let’s just say that I found it very difficult to whittle down this vast subject […]

Gettysburg 150 (from someone all but certain to love it)

What follows is a guest post from my good friend, Garry Adelman, who shares his thoughts about last week’s Gettysburg commemoration. I had been looking forward to the Gettysburg 150th commemoration for years. I knew—all Civil War people knew–it would be a big deal. Some could not wait to go; some treated it like the [...]

You Are Not a Real Historian

Today we have a guest post from my good friend, Garry Adelman. This is a topic that comes up practically every time we run into one another and one that Garry has promised to write up as a guest post. Later this week I will spend some time with Garry on the Gettysburg battlefield, where [...]

Harvest of Death Part 13: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

A glass plate titled “View in Field on Right Wing Where General Reynolds Fell At The Battle of Gettysburg.” Is this view one of a few photographs taken following the battle that were mislabeled? What other photographs do we know were mislabeled that have a relationship with the area around McPherson’s Woods/Reynolds’ Woods?This image was [...]

Harvest of Death Part 12: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

A glass plate titled “View in Field on Right Wing Where General Reynolds Fell At The Battle of Gettysburg.” This image was taken by Timothy H. O’Sullivan for Alexander Gardner circa July 5-6, 1863. It is courtesy of the Library of Congress. Director of History and Education for the Civil War Trust, Garry Adelman earned his [...]

Harvest of Death Part 11: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman on the left and Tim Smith on the right are standing in the low ground between East McPherson’s Ridge and Seminary Ridge, which is in the background of this photograph. They are showing the northeast view of the John Cummings’ Harvest of Death Location. This image was taken facing [...]

Harvest of Death Part 10: Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman on the left and Tim Smith on the right are standing on the east slope of East McPherson’s Ridge. They are showing the northeast view of the John Stewart and Scott Hartwig Harvest of Death Location. This image was taken facing east at approximately 4:45 PM on Sunday, February [...]

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