October Discussion: 30 Odd Minutes, Ghosts of Gettysburg with Mark Nesbitt

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LoyaltyOfDogs

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I'd like to read more about its significance to Native Americans. Do you know any good sources, NH Civil War Gal? I'm guessing that Garry Adelman and Tim Smith might have covered that in their book, which I have yet to read.
 

NH Civil War Gal

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It was Diane from CWT that told me about this - the one that knows so much about Forrest. I was trying to do some research today on it, but I also work and didn't have the time.
 
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@ami and @W. Richardson do you remember our "Ghost Tour" at Gettysburg?? I would have loved to see a ghost - but alas - there was nothing. But at least we heard some good stories!

Yes I do remember it. It was really fun. Rose and I both enjoyed it. We have taken ghost tours in Charleston and Savannah as well and have enjoyed them also, but as of yet not seen any "ghost".....................

Respectfully,
William
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