Podcast Ep48: The ACTUAL Hero of Gettysburg never got his credit

Brigadier General Strong Vincent played a KEY ROLE in winning the Battle of Gettysburg. We’ll give you one guess who told the now famous Joshua Chamberlain where to hold the line at Little Round Top. Yup…(then) Colonel Strong Vincent. Join us as we explore the life and history of a lawyer from Erie, Pennsylvania –Continue reading “Podcast Ep48: The ACTUAL Hero of Gettysburg never got his credit”

Ghostbusters Wanted? – History and Hauntings in Gettysburg Pennsylvania

While visiting Gettysburg, Pennsylvania I got the chance to take a ghost tour with a local touring company. I have found that you can learn a surprising amount of history on these tours…and you can too! I highly encourage you to support these small businesses and don’t be afraid to go learn some history byContinue reading “Ghostbusters Wanted? – History and Hauntings in Gettysburg Pennsylvania”

Touring the Gettysburg Address Location

I was lucky enough to get a quick tour of the Gettysburg National Cemetery and found out that the monument that stood where people thought Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Address was recently found to be in the wrong spot! I show you where he actually stood when he gave his most famous speech as weContinue reading “Touring the Gettysburg Address Location”

Strong Vincent at Little Round Top the Battle of Gettysburg

Part 1 of my Gettysburg tour takes me to visit the statue of Strong Vincent and Little Round Top! This was such a treat to be able to visit and I cannot recommend this enough to anyone who has a chance to go. Intro: 0:00Gettysburg Visitor’s Center: 2:08Gettysburg Devil’s Den: 2:35Strong Vincent Statue: 5:29Strong VincentContinue reading “Strong Vincent at Little Round Top the Battle of Gettysburg”

President Eisenhower’s Gettysburg Estate

When our friends over at History Hunters on YouTube recommended visiting the Eisenhower National Historic site in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania…how could I resist!?!? This little treasure of a historic location is right next to the famous battle field and it was amazing to walk where so many presidents, foreign dignitaries, and other historic figures walked beforeContinue reading “President Eisenhower’s Gettysburg Estate”