The Gettysburg Museum of History has put up a variety of civil war relics for sale on its website at http://www.gettysburgmuseumofhistory.com/product-tag/civil-war-relics-for-sale/.
During the summer of 1908, a recommendation was made by James T. McCleary, 2nd Assistant Postmaster General and former member of Congress from Minnesota. Read Entire Article
Federal and Confederate forces clashed in Gettysburg in 1863 in what is regarded by many historians as the bloodiest battle and turning point of the Civil War Read Entire Article
When artist Wayne White takes on a gallery installation project, he likes to base it at least in part on the local history of the place where he’s working. Read Entire Article
The elegance of the 1860s will come to life at the Annual Civil War Preservation Ball in Harrisburg. The event will be held in the Capitol Rotunda on March 29. Read Entire Article
As a former park service law enforcement officer with a degree in biology, the new superintendent of the Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower Historic Site Read Entire Article
Abraham Lincoln: $1,500. John Wilkes Booth: $350. Bidding farewell to a piece of Gettysburg history: Priceless. Read Entire Article
The paraffin soldiers of the American Civil War Wax Museum at the edge of the Gettysburg battlefield have stood stiff guard over the past for more than 50 years. Read Entire Article