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March 2013 Posts

Posted By on April 5, 2013

A listing of the March 2013 posts on the Gratz Historical Society Civil War Blog with direct links:

Abraham Lincoln on Stamps – Regular Issues of the 1950s through the 1960s

Solomon Eyster of Barry Township – Died at Mower General Hospital, Philadelphia

John Orth – German Immigrant in the 127th Pennsylvania Infantry

Victorian Home: How They Lived (part 1 of 10)

February 2013 Posts

A Searchable Index to the Pennsylvania Monument at Gettysburg

Abraham F. Lantz – 210th Pennsylvania Infantry

Stephen Chubb – Killed at the Wilderness

David Peters – 208th Pennsylvania Infantry

Another Lost Film – The Battle of Gettysburg

John H. Meredith – 13th Pennsylvania Cavalry

Thomas Hoch and Son of Barry Township

The Long Road to Gettysburg – A Book for Young People by Jim Murphy

Capt. Alexander C. Landis – Tailor, Merchant and Democratic Party Leader

Trevorton Area Civil War Veterans

Alfred H. Chubb – 208th Pennsylvania Infanry

Civil War Conference at Gettysburg College

Victorian Home: Styles and Conventions(Part 2)

A Student Film Project on Returning Soldiers and the Transition from War to Peace

Joseph Witman – Tinsmith of Gratz and Halifax

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – The Visitor Center

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Battery 5 and the Dictator

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Battery 8

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Battery 9

What Jake’s Reading: March 2013

Abraham Lincoln on Stamps – Commemorative Issues, 1909-1958

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Harrison’s Creek

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Fort Stedman

Touring the Petersburg National Battlefield – Fort Haskell

Events of the World: March 1863

 

 


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