Gettysburg College was featured in a March 22 Patriot-News article about the town of Gettysburg's role in the Civil War.
From the Patriot-News:
One-hundred fifty years ago this summer, the most important battle of the Civil War took place at Gettysburg.
The year-long observance is expected to draw four million people to the battlefield’s iconic places like Devil’s Den, Little Round Top and that chilling expanse across which Pickett made his charge.
Less well known is what went on nearby in the little town of Gettysburg.
Right now, before people from all over the world descend on Gettysburg for the sesquicentennial, might be a good time to go find out.
A group of licensed, knowledgeable Main Street Gettysburg guides tell the town’s stories on scheduled walking tours and on private tours that can be arranged anytime by reservation.