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Gettysburg Monument
GETTYSBURG:
STORIES FROM THE BATTLEFIELD


An OnQ Documentary


Winner of the 2009 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for Outstanding Musical Composition/Arrangement

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Millions of people visit the Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania - to admire the monuments and to walk the battlefield. But beyond the battle and impressive "stone soldiers" are sights most visitors will never see. This 30-minute OnQ documentary takes viewers where tour groups don't go, tells stories that don't show up in the history books and shows good deeds that are quietly done by battlefield volunteers.

Bugler Linda Bell
Above: Bugler Linda Bell plays "Taps" at Gettysburg - every day.

"Gettysburg: Stories from the Battlefield" is brought to you by the Emmy-winning team of producer/writer David Solomon, photographer/editor Paul Ruggieri, and narrator Michael Bartley.

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Author Michael Dreese
Above: Author Michael Dreese tells the unforgettable story and sacrifice of "The School Teachers Regiment."

horseback tour
Above: Terry Latschar gives horseback tours of the battlefield.

Barb Adams
Above: Barb Adams volunteers to paint cannons.

 

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