|GETTYSBURG LINKS - PAGE ONE|
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|BEST OF THE BEST ONLINE|
|GENERAL TOURIST INFORMATION|
|TOURING THE FIELD|
|THINGS TO SEE & DO|
|GENEALOGY & RESEARCH|
|The Horse Soldier Fine Military Americana. The Horse Soldier, in operation since 1971, specializes in military antiques with items dating from the Revolutionary War to WWI, with an emphasis on the Civil War. Also provides a Soldier Research Service.|
|A humourous - & helpful - two-part look at navigating through the streets of Gettysburg from Kevin Trostle, the president of Main Street Gettysburg.
Driving Tips for Tourists I
Driving Tips for Tourists II
|Gettysburg National Military Park National Park Service web site|
|Four Score Preservation of Pennsylvania Monuments at Gettysburg|
|Music, Gettysburg! Free Concert Series|
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|GENERAL CIVIL WAR LINKS|
|Gettysburg National Cemetery - A complete roll of soldiers buried there|
|2006 EVENTS CALENDAR|
11th Gettysburg National Military Park Seminar
April 8-9, 2006
The Second Day at Gettysburg - "The Most Shocking Battle I Have Ever Witnessed"
For further information, contact Evangelina Rubacalva at the NPS, 717-334-1124, ext. 447
Eisenhower the Artist
April 21-23, 2006
A History Meets the Arts Event
Discover Eisenhower's love of painting and view some of his original paintings. Included in Eisenhower Historic Site admission.
Annual March for Gettysburg
April 30, 2006
A fund raising walk for battlefield preservation, sponsored by the Friends of the National Parks at Gettysburg.
To register call the Friends at 717-334-0772.
Doors Open Gettysburg
May 6, 2006
Visit a number of historic buildings, on the battlefield and in town, that are normally closed to the public. Held in conjunction with the Friends of the National Parks at Gettysburg.
Free. For more info call 717-334-0772.
Memorial Day Parade and Ceremonies
May 29, 2006
139th Annual Memorial Day observances.
Parade at 2 p.m. followed by a ceremony in the
Soldiers' National Cemetery.
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|Maine State Archive Civil War Page Info on Maine units present at Gettysburg.|