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Sacred Trust Talks 2014 On-Demand

The Gettysburg Foundation would like to thank all of the speakers, signers, audience members and viewers who made the 2014 Sacred Trust Talks and Book Signings a resounding success. The talks are archived below, available for on-demand viewing. Be sure to join us next year as we present another round of perspectives on the Battle of Gettysburg and the events of the American Civil War.

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Michael C.C Adams

1864: To the Edge of Sanity - 'Many a Man Has Gone Crazy'


Edward L. Ayers

Gettysburg, the Aftermath

David Coffey

Phil Sheridan, His Lieutenants, and the Campaigns of 1864


Howard Coffin

Gettysburg in Vermont: Civil War Discoveries in the Green Mountain State

Stephen Davis

What the Yankees Did to Us Sherman's Bombardment and Wrecking of Atlanta


Stephen Fox

The Confederacy at Sea: Raphael Semmes and the CSS Alabama


Philip S. Greenwalt

From 'Old Bald Head' to 'Lee's Bad Old Man'


Allen Carl Guelzo

Lincoln's Strangest Document: The Cabinet Memorandum of August 23, 1864


Christopher Gwinn

'My Time I Suppose Has Passed, and I Must Now Content Myself With Doing My Duty Unnoticed' Meade in 1864

D. Scott Hartwig

'Day After Day We Stupidly and Drearily Wait the Order That Summons Us to the Fearful Work': The Army of the Potomac from Brandy Station to Petersburg


John Heiser

The Great Reunion of 1913

Richard Jacoby, Edwin Root and Jeffrey D. Stocker

To The Copse of Trees and Beyond


Heath Hardage Lee

Winnie Davis: Daughter of the Confederacy and Last Casualty of the Lost Cause


Marc Leepson

Desperate Engagement


Kevin Levin

Remembering the Battle of the Crater


William Marvel

Gettysburg and the Road to Andersonville


Richard M. McMurry

Atlanta 1864: The Campaign that Re-Elected Lincoln


Brian Craig Miller

Remembering Failure: John Bell Hood in Civil War History and Memory


Wayne Motts

Fighting the Civil War: Treasures from the National Civil War Museum from 1864


Jennifer Murray

Nor Long Remember: Gettysburg, 1863-2013

Frank A. O'Reilly

Grant & Lee 1864: Masters of War


James "Bud" Robertson

The Untold Civil War

Daniel Vermilya

Sherman, Kennesaw Mountain, and the Atlanta Campaign


John C. Waugh

Re-Electing Lincoln


Kristopher D. White

'We Might Have Gained A Great Victory'


Brian Steel Wills

The Fates of Gettysburg