The Ever-Present Past: How History and Historiography Collide In The Reunions of Gettysburg
Presented by Alyce Gray-Army
THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Unfortunately, the October monthly meeting has to be cancelled. We will try to re-schedule this program for a future date.
Please join us on Tuesday October 7, 2014 at 7 p.m. inthe Valentine Hall auditorium on the Lutheran Theological Seminary campus for "The Ever-Present Past: How History and Historiography Collide In the Reunions of Gettysburg"
When veterans and visitors returned to Gettysburg to remember the battle, they, in turn, became historical events within the life of the town. Juxtaposing historical analysis and popular culture, our October program will assess how historical memory is shaped by its contemporary culture.
This program will be presented by Alyce Gray-Army, a librarian with the Adams County Public Library and historical researcher.
It is free and open to the public thanks to our sponsor ACNB Bank.
Frequently Asked Questions
What materials does the Society possess related to the Civil War and Battle of Gettysburg?