What’s more American than the Gettysburg Address cobbled together using American TV and film snippets? The only way it would be more American is if all the film scenes were recreated with obese eagles. Actor and comedian Shawn Kohne ? explainer of the Sandlerverse ? has edited together this patriotic gem to reignite your love for our great nation. Show More Summary
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“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.
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Ghost tours have always been popular in certain cities year-round, such as New Orleans, Charleston, and Gettysburg, but a new breed of “ghost tour” is cropping up around the country with the popularity of paranormal investigation shows. Show More Summary
America’s national parks began with a vision of peace. On June 30, 1864, about a year after the Civil War’s deadliest battle, at Gettysburg, President Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act, protecting for the first time—for all time—tens of thousands of acres of wilderness. Show More Summary
Popular vote loser Donald Trump made a lot of promises last October, back in his Gettysburg airing of grievances. Along with vowing revenge on all the women and complaining about a rigged election, he made a bunch of promises about what he was going to do on his first day as president. Show More Summary
An inmate on a work-release program was taken back to a Pennsylvania prison after he was caught having sex with a woman inside a car with two children in the back seat, state police said. Torrey Lee Rudisill, 28, of Gettysburg, and Taylor Leigh Skursky, 26, of Sykesville, Md., were spotted by a passerby having...
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The Gettysburg Address was seven score and thirteen years ago. Related: President James Garfield’s birthday – when he was shot, Alexander Graham Bell showed up with a metal detector to try to locate the bullet. The Japanese Museum of...Show More Summary
The Gettysburg Dime Museum is a recreation of a 19th century dime museum. Loaded with oddities and curiosities, the museum exhibits a mixture of authentic and not-so-authentic artifacts leaving it to the visitor to distinguish between the two. Show More Summary
This week’s episode of Foodspin takes us to historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where Burneko and I sampled Civil War-era game pie and pumpkin fritters. I am going to assume these were pro-Union dishes, and therefore NOT racist food.Show More Summary
Donald Trump delivered his own Gettysburg Address over the weekend, on the actual battlefield where the tide against the Confederacy during the Civil War, because he “feels a kinship with lost causes that will haunt our country for generations,”...Show More Summary