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Stop By The Daniel Lady Farm in Gettysburg!

Stop by the Daniel Lady Farm, while in Gettysburg, to chat with a Living Historian and learn how a soldier would load his gun while in battle! It was a slow process that took about 20 to 30 seconds per round. A well-trained soldier could load and fire a smoothbore musket two or three times a minute.
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Civil War church service happening now at the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association reenactment at the Daniel Lady Farm in Gettysburg! ... See MoreSee Less

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It's A Beautiful Reenactment Morning In Gettysburg!

Good morning from the Daniel Lady Farm in Gettysburg! The mist is rising off the pond and the troops are stirring in the camps. Another day filled with living history programs and skirmishes awaits those that attend this event!

For more information go to www.gbpa.org/ events
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~Living Historians and Live Music!~

Stop by the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association reenactment to learn and listen! Living Historians with a wealth of knowledge are throughout the historic Daniel Lady Farm to answer your Civil War questions. The 46th PA Regiment Band is on site for your listening pleasure as well!

To ask all your questions and listen to live music this weekend, come to the Daniel Lady Farm in Gettysburg!
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It's a beautiful morning at the Daniel Lady Farm, in Gettysburg, for a reenactment weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

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Youth Activities Tent

From the first event in 1995, The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee events have always featured some of the best living history at any civil war reenactment. Over the last 4 years a Youth Activities Tent has been added to the living history smorgasbord. An array of activities at this tent will include enlistment, life and equipment of a young soldier, medical, music, drilling, a civil war art contest and honorable discharge. The Youth Activities Tent allows the youth that come to the event to get a feeling for what a child their age might have down back in 1863.