Laurel Hill Cemetery is offering a special program on Saturday, June 1 at 1 PM: “1863, Gettysburg Before and After”, A 150th Anniversary Exhibit Opening, Tours, Lecturer and Dinner. Details are in the link below.
LHC June 1 Gettysburg Program
4th Annual School of Soldier
New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association
Allaire Village in Wall, NJ
June 5, 12, 19: Dr. David Martin on “New Jersey at Gettysburg”
It is probably safe to say that the battle of Gettysburg is the best known battle in American history. The very name calls to mind, not a small town in southern Pennsylvania, but three crucial days in the Civil War. Less well known is the part New Jersey troops played in these three decisive days. New Jersey men did their duty at well known places like the Peach Orchard, Devil’s Den, the Wheatfield, and Cemetery Ridge, and they played a key part in repelling attacks by Confederate Generals George Pickett and Jeb Stuart. To honor and commemorate New Jersey’s service at Gettysburg, the New Jersey Civil War 150th Anniversary Committee is sponsoring a lecture on New Jersey at Gettysburg which will be presented at Camden County College on June 5, Roebling Museum on June 12, and Bergen County College on June 19. Dr. Martin is a well known Civil War historian and author. His works include the seminal study Regimental Strengths and Losses at Gettysburg, the award winning Gettysburg July 1, and most recently, New Jersey at Gettysburg Guidebook, which was published by the New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association. More information is available at www.njcivilwar150.org.
Civil War Day at Manor College. Save the date. More information will follow soon.
American Heroes in Bronze: The Artwork of James E. Kelly, in Morristown. See the news item for details.
June 22-23, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
100 Second Avenue
Roebling, NJ 08554
Exhibit Opening: Steadfast Under Fire: Washington A. Roebling, Civil War Engineer
Encampment Weekend: 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg
This exhibit explores the role of Washington A. Roebling and other engineers during the Civil War and Gettysburg. A living history encampment of Civil War re-enactors on the Museum’s lawn will showcase a soldier’s life on the battlefield—featuring a historic hydrogen balloon!