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150th Gettysburg Anniversary National Civil War Battle Re-enactment

SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS:

June 21, 2013

150th Gettysburg Anniversary National Civil War Battle Re-enactment

Battle re-enactment highlights only

For a complete schedule, go to www.gettysburgreenactment.com

Thursday, July 4

11 a.m. — Abraham Lincoln (Jim Getty) will deliver the Gettysburg Address before the battle. 

Battle: The Devils to Pay: First Day Struggle, Willoughby Run

6:00 p.m. — Battle: Crossroads of Destiny, Federal and Confederates, Troops Pour into Battle on the First Day

Friday, July 5

11 a.m. — Abraham Lincoln (Jim Getty) will deliver the Gettysburg Address before the battle.

Battle: Springing The Trap:  Cavalry Battle at Hunterstown

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6 p.m. — Battle: A Bloody Harvest, Ferocious Fighting in the Wheatfield

Saturday, July 6

11 a.m. — Abraham Lincoln (Jim Getty) will deliver the Gettysburg Address before the battle.

Cavalry Battle: We Have No Time: Stuart Arrives on the Battlefield

1 p.m. — Battle: Hold the Line: Gallant Rally at the Klingle Farm

6 p.m. — Battle: Thundering Hell: Defending East Cemetery Hill

Sunday, July 7

11 a.m. — Battle: Come On You Wolverines, East Cavalry Field, Followed by a grand review

3:30 p.m. — Abraham Lincoln, (Jim Getty) will deliver the Gettysburg Address before the battle.

Battle: The High Water Mark:    Pickett’s Charge

*Event schedule subject to change

Ticket prices, purchased in advance

Ages 13 and older — $35 to $90

Ages 6 to 12 — $15 to $40

Ages 5 and younger — free

Grandstand seating all ages — $15 to $60

Directions to reenactment battle sites:

From Washington County, follow U.S. 15 north to Hunterstown Exit, Route 394, (Shrivers Corner Road), then left on Shrivers Corner Road to left on Table Rock Road to parking lots.

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