GETTYSBURG -- Behind the metal door of Room 133, where a sign says, "Enter, Alarm Is Off," lies a trove of objects that the hallowed ground here has given up over the past 150 years.   Full Story
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GETTYSBURG -- Connecticut resident George Sipprell stood in the cupola of the new Seminary Ridge Museum and gazed out on the breathtaking view of the hilly terrain where Northerners fought Southerners on July 1, 1863, exactly 150 years ago Monday.   Full Story
Expect to spend at least $1,300 for a uniform, a musket and other items that a new recruit would need. But that cost rises for higher quality clothing, and it doesn't even include the cost for camping gear.   Full Story
PHILADELPHIA -- At the 150th anniversary celebration of the Battle of Gettysburg, many Civil War re-enactors will eschew the use of modern technology, but scores of tourists will embrace it.   Full Story
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Mayor Rick Pope lived near an old garage on Main Street in Dover Borough, not knowing the historical significance of the site.   Full Story
Nothing makes the Civil War real quite like a bullet hole in a pocket Bible. The small book belonged to Jacob Crist, a York County man who carried it into the Battle of Shiloh.   Full Story
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Anne Moul, 56, is the great-great-granddaughter of a Columbia man who, upon seeing Rebel soldiers on the Wrightsville banks of the Susquehanna River, torched the bridge that connected York and Lancaster counties.   Full Story
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For 135 years, 23 handwritten letters passed from generation to generation of John Harvey Anderson's family.   Full Story
The 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry not only missed the defining battle of the Civil War, it missed the battle that was in its own backyard.   Full Story
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Thompson Dasher isn't the stereotypical Civil War re-enactor. At 13, he is one of a few teens who have taken up the hobby, a choice that surprises even him.   Full Story
For two days and two nights in 1963, York City was occupied by Confederate soldiers. The occupation was largely peaceful, though the Rebel army demanded a $100,000 ransom and stole horses and supplies from area farms.   Full Story
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Sure, the main event might be in Gettysburg. But York County tourism officials are hoping the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg will bring some visitors -- and their money -- to this side of the border.   Full Story
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