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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for 75th Reunion at Gettysburg My Interviews with the Veterans at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5(1). The Gettysburg reunion was an encampment of American Civil War veterans on the Gettysburg Battlefield for the 75th anniversary of the Battle of gathering included approximately 25 veterans of the battle: 72 with a further 1, Federal and Confederate attendees out of the 8, living veterans of the war. The veterans averaged 94 years of nates: 39°50′22″N 77°14′12″W / °N . The 75th Reunion at Gettysburg Book - $ see also: Mr. Earp recounts his journey to Gettysburg in and his interviews with the veterans. Also included is and overview of the event with photographs of the veterans and the different badges issued to the participants. This 8½x11" book, written by Charles Albert Earp () 32 pages. The Gettysburg reunion was a Gettysburg Battlefield encampment of American Civil War veterans for the Battle of Gettysburg's 50th anniversary. The June 29–July 4 gathering of 53, veterans (~8, Confederate) was the largest ever Civil War veteran reunion, and "never before in the world's history [had] so great a number of men so advanced in years been assembled under field.
A 75th anniversary reunion was held in , but as you might imagine, most Civil War veterans had passed away by then. About 25 veterans who had fought at Gettysburg and 2, other veterans. Next part: “They came by train like specters of a bygone era. The year was , the average age of the boys in blue and gray was ninety-three, and the 75th anniversary of the battle marked the last great reunion of Union and Confederate veterans on the hallowed fields of Gettysburg. The 75th reunion at Gettysburg, my interviews with the veterans. Linthicum, Maryland: Toomey Press. Roy, Paul L. (). The last reunion of the Blue and Gray. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania: Bookmart. National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System. I thought some of you might enjoy this. It's a medal given to my great great grandpappy for serving in the civil war, presented by FDR in This was the last reunion of the Blue and the Gray, 75 years after Gettysburg. Not many veterans still around at that time; this thing is probably pretty rare. I havent seen another for sale.
it is also a first printing and 1st edition by the author mr. earp. this is a brand new book, just published from the toomey press. 'the 75th reunion at gettysburg, my interviews with the veterans', by charles albert earp. a brand new offering from toomey press. this is the very first offering of this book . 75th Anniversary Reunion. The years following the reunion took a very heavy toll on the ranks of the remaining Civil War veterans. By , the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, records indicated that their numbers had dwindled to somewhere in the neighborhood of 8, to 11, A collection of photos of Union and Confederate veterans of the American Civil War and other attendees at the Gettysburg reunion in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Photos are from the book . Hawbaker, Gary T. 75th Anniversary Battle of Gettysburg. 1st ed. Hershey, PA: The Author, Janiskee, Bob. “Rare Motion Pictures Show Civil War Veterans at the 75th Gettysburg Battle Anniversary Reunion” National Parks Traveler. February 8, “Pres. Roosevelt Dedicates Light.” East Berlin New Comet. July 8, Wilson, Woodrow.