Vermont statue at Gettysburg features hatchet

Vermont statue at Gettysburg features hatchet

Can you see it? If you visit the Gettysburg Civil War Battlefield, make sure to look up at the 13th Regiment Vermont Volunteers monument located on the east side of Hancock Avenue. Though not real obvious, you might notice by the figure’s right foot something...
Haunted Gettysburg: Sachs Bridge

Haunted Gettysburg: Sachs Bridge

SACHS BRIDGE Since one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War took place in Gettysburg, it’s not surprising that there are many places that are considered haunted. One of the places ghost hunters like to visit (including me and my nieces and nephews) is a...
Gettysburg churches a treasure trove of history

Gettysburg churches a treasure trove of history

Trinity UCC, Gettysburg I’ve been attending different church services the last few weeks–which may not seem like a topic for an historical fiction author’s blog–expect that every church I have attended was used as a hospital during the Civil...
Witnesses to Battle of Gettysburg gone

Witnesses to Battle of Gettysburg gone

It was heartbreaking to see the two historic witness trees in front of the Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Gettysburg being removed on Tuesday. The trees are reported to be about 170 years old so were there to witness the Battle of Gettysburg. Church leaders...
Taking a step back in time in Gettysburg

Taking a step back in time in Gettysburg

I intended to write this post much earlier today, but my dog found something really smelly to roll in this morning so I had to throw her in the tub for a bath – and then clean the entire bathroom. (Still can’t get that smell out of my nose). Anyway, I had...
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