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    National Military Park Pennsylvania

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  • Park Bookstore Closed on Tuesday, September 30

    The park bookstore will close at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 for inventory. It will reopen on its regular schedule on Wednesday, October 1.

Multimedia Presentations

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GETTYSBURG PODCAST TOURS
from Civil War Traveler

In partnership with Civil War Traveler, Gettysburg National Military Park has produced our first battlefield "podcast" tours. Podcasts are file systems that can be downloaded onto an iPod or mp3 player, then taken to the park for a 90-minute walking tour of a Gettysburg battlefield landmark. Podcasts are located on our partner's website at Civil War Traveler.com. There you will find detailed instructions on how to download the tour as well as maps that are essential for the listener to locate stops on the tour. For more information on these podcast tours, visit our Gettysburg Podcast Page.

 

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG ANNIVERSARY BATTLE WALK PROGRAMS
from the Pennsylvania Cable Network

The Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) located in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, has taped and broadcast Gettysburg Ranger-led Battle Anniversary Battle Walks since 1994. These Battle Walk programs are aired on the PCN channel in Pennsylvania during the battle anniversary days and at selected times throughout the year. PCN now offers these broadcasts for purchase. For further information and to purchase copies of the park's battle walk programs, visit the PCN web site at www.pcntv.com.

 

DEDICATION DAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2013

If you were unable to attend the Dedication Day Ceremony and observance of the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, you can see the entire program through this link courtesy of the Gettysburg Foundation.

Dedication Day Ceremony 2013

Did You Know?

Mary Tepe, 114th PA

"French Mary" Tepe, a vivandiere with the 114th Pennsylvania Infantry, assisted with the wounded at Gettysburg and was photographed after the battle by Mathew Brady.