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Gettysburg's Flagship podcast dedicated to telling the stories of Gettysburg. The show has taken on a few different formats.
1. The Narrative episodes: Tell the history of the Gettysburg Campaign starting with the battle of Antietam, and going through the Battle of Gettysburg and beyond. These are researched and written with the help of local historians and will feature original music, and guest voiceovers.
2. Ask a Gettysburg Guide: We host a variety of different Licensed Battlefield G… Continue Reading >>
Gettysburg's Flagship podcast dedicated to telling the stories of Gettysburg. The show has taken on a few different formats.
1. The Narrative episodes: Tell the history of the Gettysburg Campaign starting with the battle of Antietam, and going through the Battle of Gettysburg and beyond. These are researched and written with the help of local historians and will feature original music, and guest voiceovers.
2. Ask a Gettysburg Guide: We host a variety of different Licensed Battlefield Guides and ask them questions (submitted by our Patreon Patrons) about the Battle of Gettysburg. If you have a question you’d like answered, please become a Patron at www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg
3. Gettysburg NPS Winter Lecture Series: We record as many Winter Lectures as we are able to. Those who can’t attend these lectures will be able to hear these amazing talks with some of the best authors, Rangers, and Guides Gettysburg has to offer.
4. Premium Content: The premium content will take many forms. << Show Less
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Matt Borders' History of the Army of the Potomac- 1861 Back by popular demand, historian and co-host of the History Things Podcast Matt Borders, joins us to talk about the history of the Army of the Potomac. This episode covers the year 1861.    For those of us who have had our heads buried in books about the Battle of Gettysburg, we might find ourselves surprised at how different the organization of the AoP was. It helps us better understand how the army seemed to pull itself together just in time for Gettysburg, but like with anything, nothing happens over night.    This special episode is brought to you without commercial by our Patrons over at www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg Please support the show by joining us at Patreon. 2nd Lieutenant level and above gets all content produced exclusively for our Patrons.
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Matt Borders' History of the Army of the Potomac- 1861 Back by popular demand, historian and co-host of the History Things Podcast Matt Borders, joins us to talk about the history of the Army of the Potomac. This episode covers the year 1861.    For those of us who have had our heads buried in books about the Battle of Gettysburg, we might find ourselves surprised at how different the organization of the AoP was. It helps us better understand how the army seemed to pull itself together just in time for Gettysburg, but like with anything, nothing happens over night.    This special episode is brought to you without commercial by our Patrons over at www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg Please support the show by joining us at Patreon. 2nd Lieutenant level and above gets all content produced exclusively for our Patrons.
Ask A Gettysburg Guide #55- Meade Takes Command with LBG Jim Pangburn LBG Jim Pangburn is back to talk about one of his favorite subjects: George G. Meade and what a great job he did at Gettysburg and during the retreat, despite the cirumstances he was faced with upon taking command.  Support the Show by: Becoming a Patron- click here Grabbing some merch- click here Getting a book- click here Donating directly via PayPal- Click here Joining our book club. Email addressinggettysburgbookclub@gmail.com   Supporting Our Sponsors:   Mike Scott Voice GettysBike Tours- Call 717-752-7752 to book your tour and receive 15% off if you mention Addressing Gettysburg Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Available in your phone's App Store The Heritage Depot For the Historian- Mention us for 20% off retail sales (in store) plus free shipping (online) The Badgemaker Gettysburg Battlefield Tours Civil War Trails Buy Billy Webster's Music- Billy Webster arranged and performed the rendition of "Garryowen" that you hear at the end of the show.
Gettysburg A Testing of Courage with Author Noah Andrew Trudeau "Keep up the good work!" is what we hear from you almost daily. The best way to ensure that happens (and to hear shows like this one in a timely manner) is to become a patron here https://www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg ands we thank you in advance.    One of my favorite Gettysburg books is Noah Andre Trudeau's "Gettysburg: A Testing of Courage." His writing style really made the story of the battle come alive and flow for me when I first read it in 2004. About a year ago, friend of the show, Steve Phan, mentioned that he knows author Noah Andre Trudeau. Finally, I decided to ask Steve to put us in touch so I could interview him.  What an enjoyable time I had talking with Noah about writing history books. He's a very friendly man with a good sense of humor that comes through in this interview. I hope you enjoy.  If you haven't read A Testing of Courage, it's available at www.addressinggettysburg.com/books
Get Out Of The Car Tour- May 28, 2022- Perrin's Brigade ACHTUNG! The date for this tour is May 28. This episode was recorded in January, prior to learning that Tim and Garry decided to do their tour on May 21st. We just can't compete with them, even with a free tour to offer, so we changed the date to May 28. AGAIN, that's May 28. The 28th of May. 28/5/22 or 5/28/22. Always check the link below for the correct date of all tours.    “To stop was destruction. To retreat was disaster. To go forward was orders.“ July 1, 1863 proved to be a deadly day for both armies at Gettysburg, and despite the apparent defeat inflicted on the Union Army, their ability to inflict their own brand of punishment on Confederate units would later prove crucial in subsequent days. Join us as we walk in the path of one of those unit’s, the brigade of Colonel Abner Perrin, as they attacked the last Union line northwest of Gettysburg that afternoon. It's FREE! Please register here PARK ALONG REYNOLDS AVE OR AT WEST END GUIDE STATION. TOUR BEGINS AT THE STATION.
Ask A Gettysburg Guide 56- The 26th North Carolina with LBG Eric Lindblade Eric Lindblade is a Licesned Battlefield Guide and cohost of the Battle of Gettysburg Podcast with Jim Hessler.  For many years, Eric has been researching and writing a book on the 26th North Carolina. So, who else would we get to talk about them? The 26th joined the Battle of Gettysburg with over 800 men and officers. By the time the battle was over, they left the field with just a few hundred fit for duty.  Support the Show by: Booking a tour with an LBG from the show! Becoming a Patron- click here Grabbing some merch- click here Getting a book- click here Donating directly via PayPal- Click here Joining our book club. Email addressinggettysburgbookclub@gmail.com   Supporting Our Sponsors:   Mike Scott Voice GettysBike Tours- Call 717-752-7752 to book your tour and receive 15% off if you mention Addressing Gettysburg Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Available in your phone's App Store The Heritage Depot For the Historian- Mention us for 20% off retail sales (in store) plus free shipping (online) The Badgemaker Gettysburg Battlefield Tours Civil War Trails Buy Billy Webster's Music- Billy Webster arranged and performed the rendition of "Garryowen" that you hear at the end of the show.
High Water Mark Heroes, Myth and Memory- with Scott Hartwig ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE JANUARY 11, 2021 ON PATREON.  And speaking of Patreon, did you know that 8 out of 10 doctors in Northern Ireland agree that the best preventative measure you can take for good health include diet, exercise and becoming a Patron of Addressing Gettysburg? Of course you didn't know that. I just made it up and, while it may not be scientifically true, we all know it to be true. It's just that no one has been able to prove it in a study yet. So, help the scientists gather data for our health. Join today https://www.patreon.com/addressinggettysburg While with the Park Service, Scott Hartwig wrote an essay entitled "High Water Mark Heroes, Myth and Memory." It covers the piece of ground that includes landmarks such as "The Angle" and "The Copse of Trees" and answers some questions about just where Pickett's and Pettigrew's divisions were heading on July 3, 1863. Was their objective the Copse of Trees or Zeigler's Grove? What about Cemetery Hill?  Scott joins us to dispell the myths that have popped up over the years since the battle of Gettysburg.  There's a lot more detail in the article and we recommend you read it before you listen. http://npshistory.com/series/symposia/gettysburg_seminars/12/essay2.pdf
Ask A Gettysburg Guide #57- Must-Have Books For Studying Gettysburg- with LBGs Lewis Trott and Chris Army LBGs Lewis Trott and Chris Army stopped by the studio to share their top 5 choices for Gettysburg books/resources. If you're a serious student of the battle, or you're studying for the guide exam when they offer it in 2098, you need to listen to this episode. Perhaps you're familiar with some of the resources, perhaps not. Pressing play is the only way to find out.  Support the Show by: Booking a tour with an LBG from the show! Becoming a Patron- click here Grabbing some merch- click here Getting a book- click here Donating directly via PayPal- Click here Joining our book club. Email addressinggettysburgbookclub@gmail.com   Supporting Our Sponsors:   Mike Scott Voice GettysBike Tours- Call 717-752-7752 to book your tour and receive 15% off if you mention Addressing Gettysburg Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Available in your phone's App Store The Heritage Depot For the Historian- Mention us for 20% off retail sales (in store) plus free shipping (online) The Badgemaker Gettysburg Battlefield Tours Civil War Trails Buy Billy Webster's Music- Billy Webster arranged and performed the rendition of "Garryowen" that you hear at the end of the show.   Music by: "Garryowen" by Billy Webster Camp Chase Fifes & Drums and our website is campchasefifesanddrums.org California Consolidated Drum Band check them out here: https://www.facebook.com/CCDrumBand
"Ends Of War" with Author Caroline Janney Caroline Janney, author of the new book from UNC Press, "Ends of War", was kind enough to join us to talk about how many different ways the war ended for Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. It wasn't as cut and dry as we like to think it was.    You can find her book and others HERE
FEED SWAP- History Daily- The Battle of Gettysburg Begins and the Gettysburg Address We are very excited to do a feed swap with the History Daily podcast. In this upload you will hear two of their episodes: The Battle of Gettysburg Begins and The Gettysburg Address.  The Battle of Gettysburg Begins July 1, 1863. Confederate troops engage with Union troops outside of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, setting off one of the bloodiest and most important battles of the American Civil War. The Gettysburg Address November 19, 1863. In the midst of a bloody Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln delivers one of the most famous speeches in American History.   From History Daily: "On History Daily, we do history, daily. Every weekday, host Lindsay Graham (American Scandal, American History Tellers) takes you back in time to explore a momentous event that happened ‘on this day’ in history. Whether it’s to remember the tragedy of December 7th, 1941, the day “that will live in infamy,” or to celebrate that 20th day in July, 1969, when mankind reached the moon, History Daily is there to tell you the true stories of the people and events that shaped our world—one day at a time. So if you’re stuck in traffic, bored at work—wherever you are, listen to History Daily to remind yourself that something incredible happened to make that day historic. A co-production from award-winning podcasters Airship and Noiser."
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