Gettysburg National Military Park spokeswoman Katie Lawhon said Wednesday that President Obama will not be attending the Dedication Day Ceremony on Nov. 19 at the Gettysburg cemetery, as many had expected. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell will represent the administration, she said. Read full article >>
A Ku Klux Klan group has been granted permission to rally at Gettysburg National Military Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, according to a Friday report from the Associated Press via New York Daily News. Park officials said the KKK group out of Rosedale, Maryland, applied for and received a special use permit to “exercise its First... Show More Summary
A man in his 20s who was climbing among the rocks of the Devil’s Den at Gettysburg National Military Park on Labor Day slipped off a boulder and into a crevice, the Hanover, Pa., Evening Sun reported. He was unable to pull himself out because he had dislocated his shoulder according to a story by reporter Lillian Reed. Read full article >>
GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Thousands of people have gathered at Gettysburg National Military Park for a service commemorating the 150th anniversary of the fierce battle that proved to be the turning point of the American Civil War.
Yes, I find the decision by the Gettysburg National Military Park to invite country music singer Trace Adkins to sing our National Anthem as part of the 150th anniversary commemoration of the battle to be just a little troubling. My concern has nothing to do with the recent story about his Confederate earring and I [...]
A couple of years ago, a prominent lawyer from Cleveland named Craig Bashein hired me to lead a personal tour for him and a friend, mostly of sites associated with the retreat from Gettysburg and the Wagon Train of Wounded. We had two very good days together, and I got to know Craig a little bit as a result. Show More Summary
Three of the more than 1,300 memorials at Gettysburg National Military Park will be given a thorough cleaning and polishing during June, according to the National Park Service. The work will necessitate closing the upper observationShow More Summary
Gettysburg 2009 canon ©BIGDOG3c (J. Todd Poling) Bobblehead dolls of John Wilkes Booth, the man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, were pulled from the shelves of the Gettysburg National Military Park visitors’ center bookstore on Saturday. Show More Summary
Doesn't matter if it's a silly bobblehead doll, it seems some might find it odd to buy a figurine of the man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. The Gettysburg National Military Park visitors' center removed the John Wilkes Booth bobblehead from its shelves recently, after a reporter asked about them. Show More Summary
A bobblehead doll of Lincoln assassin John Wilkes Booth, complete with handgun, has been taken off the shelves of the gift shop at the Gettysburg National Military Park.
Bobblehead dolls of the man who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln have been pulled from sale at the Gettysburg National Military Park visitors' center bookstore.
Gettysburg National MIlitary Park was blanketed in a thick fog this morning. The 2nd Company Andrew Sharpshooters monument is to the left of “The Loop” on the Stony Hill. The monument in the right of frame is to the 22nd Massachusetts Infantry. This view was taken facing northwest at approximately 6:50 AM on Thursday, March [...]
The Daniel Klingel House along the Emmitsburg Road in Gettysburg National Military Park. This view was taken facing southeast at approximately 4:15 PM on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. Previous coverage on the restoration work performed...Show More Summary
A 42-acre wood lot located on the northwest section of the Gettysburg battlefield is getting a makeover, according to a spokeswoman for the national military park. When the battle commenced on July 1, 1863, the property was known as Herr Woods and was a source of income for Frederick Herr, who sold timber and firewood. Show More Summary
National Park Service volunteer Barb Adams hand-paints a carriage in the Gettysburg National Military Park Cannon Shop. In the first year of Gettysburg Daily, we visited Barb in the summer of 2008 at the High Water Mark. This view was taken at approximately 3:45 PM on Wednesday, January 4, 2012. In part one of our visit, [...]
A cannon carriage undergoing restoration in the Gettysburg National Military Park Cannon Shop. The shinier spokes on the wheel in the foreground are new, and have been replaced during the restoration process. This view was taken at approximately 3:45 PM on Wednesday, January 4, 2012. We had an opportunity yesterday afternoon to visit the National Park [...]
The Alabama State Monument, located on Warfield Ridge in Gettysburg National Military Park along South Confederate Avenue. This view was taken facing west at approximately 10:00 AM on Wednesday, December 21, 2011. Since the summer of this year, we’ve been following the restoration of the Alabama Monument along South Confederate Avenue. Last time we visited in [...]
The Gettysburg National Military Park is currently home to 371 cannons, displayed in various locations around the park. (At the turn of the century there were over four hundred cannons on display, and at one time or another, the park...Show More Summary
The 2011 set features America the Beautiful Quarters® honoring Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania; Glacier National Park in Montana; Olympic National Park in Washington; Vicksburg National Military Park in Mississippi; and Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Oklahoma. Show More Summary
The North Gettysburg Trail and the Josiah Benner Farm, as the sun sets near Gettysburg National Military Park. This view was taken facing southwest at approximately 5:20 PM on Sunday, November 6, 2011. On Wednesday, we took a look at the recently paved North Gettysburg Trail from town to Howard Avenue. Today we’ll finish walking the [...]