ways that you can support the cause
One year ago, the efforts to restore and preserve the monuments to Pennsylvanians and the men of all the other states, North and South, who fought there, were sporadic at best. Federal funding for their preservation was and remains woefully inadequate. And while some organizations and individuals have had success in targeting particular monuments, overall, it has been a losing battle --until now!
We are proud to announce the newest addition to our efforts. The Guide to Pennsylvania Troops At Gettysburg is now available for purchase. With the information provided in this 2nd Edition, you can follow in the footsteps of an individual or unit from the Keystone State in the Civil War's most important battle. When the two great armies met in Gettysburg, troops from Pennsylvania were well represented. The book includes when and where each unit was raised, the officers, weapons, strengths and losses, a map to follow the unit's actions and excerpts from official reports. A narrative of each unit's actions, written with modern landmarks, allows the reader to easily follow troop movements. For more information on how to order your copy today, click on the image of the cover. Note: this book has just gone out of print, but we will again sell it when it comes back in print.
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