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Jim Pangburn

6 Podcast Episodes

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Ask A Gettysburg Guide #55- Meade Takes Command with LBG Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

LBG Jim Pangburn is back to talk about one of his favorite subjects: George G. Meade and what a great job he did at Gettysburg and during the retreat, despite the cirumstances he was faced with upon taking command.  Support the Show by: Becoming a Patron- click here Grabbing some merch- click here Getting a book- click here Donating directly via PayPal- Click here Joining our book club. Email addressinggettysburgbookclub@gmail.com Supporting Our Sponsors: Mike Scott Voice GettysBike Tours- Call 717-752-7752 to book your tour and receive 15% off if you mention Addressing Gettysburg Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Available in your phone's App Store The Heritage Depot For the Historian- Mention us for 20% off retail sales (in store) plus free shipping (online) The Badgemaker Gettysburg Battlefield Tours Civil War Trails Buy Billy Webster's Music- Billy Webster arranged and performed the rendition of "Garryowen" that you hear at the end of the show.

2hr 9mins

25 Apr 2022

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Battle of Gettysburg 158th Anniversary Special- July 4 1863 and Lees Retreat Into Virginia- with Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

On this 158th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg podcast, we sat down on Sach's Covered Bridge with Licensed Battlefield Guide Jim Pangburn to discuss what happened after the fighting ended on July 3, 1863 and where the Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac went. Plus, what condition were they in? Did George Meade really have Lee in his grasp and let him go? Was the virtually unused XI Corps really able to make the difference? Press play and find out.  Support the show by supporting this episode's sponsor, Mason Dixon Distillery. Mention you heard about them on Addressing Gettysburg and receive a FREE DESSERT  with your entree. 

1hr 19mins

4 Jul 2021

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Battle of Gettysburg 158th Anniversary Special- July 2, 1863- with LBGs Deb Novotny and Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

On this Battle of Gettysburg Special Podcast, Licensed Battlefield Guides Deb Novotny and Jim Pangburn join Matt at the Peach Orchard to discuss the actions of July 2, 1863. How far did Captain Johnston go? Which action/officer's decision was most critical in determining the outcome of the day? Should Hood have "gone around to the right?" Was Wright's report about his brigade's penetration into the Union line exaggerated? Find out this and more by pressing play, sharing it, pressing play again and listening to it at half-speed.  Support the show by supporting this episode's sponsor, TR Historical. Use promo code GBURG1863 and get 10% off plus FREE SHIPPING (orders shipped within the US) at www.trhistorical.com

1hr 27mins

2 Jul 2021

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Ask A Gettysburg Guide #27- John B. Gordon- with Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

John Brown Gordon was a brigadier general at Gettysburg and commanded a brigade in Early's Division of Ewell's 2nd Corps. His brigade was comprised of 13th Georgia 26th Georgia 31st Georgia 38th Georgia 60th Georgia 61st Georgia But his life did not begin or end at Gettysburg. LBG Jim Pangburn joins us for this, the first biographical Ask A Gettysburg Guide, and tells us about the exciting life of General John B. Gordon. Support The Show By: Getting a book! (the holidays are coming, you know) Becoming a Patron Help complete the studio by sending us something off of our wishlist Donate directly via PayPal

2hr 4mins

9 Dec 2020

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Ask A Gettysburg Guide #21- Little Round Top- with Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

Rain. Thunder! A gift from a listener and a shocking gift for Eric the Producer, from Matt. That's how this episode starts off before LBG Jim Pangburn takes questions about Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg. Podcast listening is a good way to start your journey into history, but it doesn't replace touring the battlefield yourself, or, better yet, with a Licensed Battlefield Guide. Shoot us an email at matt@addressinggettysburg.com if you'd like to book one of our guides for a tour.  Questions cover: Vincent's Brigade Crawford's 5 acre memorial to his troops Captain Johnston's Reconnaisannce Paddy O'Rorke's Nose The March of Law's Brigade Restoration proposals for Little Round Top Was Little Round Top really that valuable for the Confederates? and more! Questions are submitted by Patrons in the 2nd Lieutenant tier right here.

1hr 45mins

3 Sep 2020

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Ask A Gettysburg Guide #10 with Jim Pangburn

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

Jim Pangburn is back in the studio with us for our tenth Ask A Gettysburg Guide. What do we cover on this episode? Let's see: - did Longstreet dawdle? - medal of honor winners - Doubleday's removal from command of the First Corps - substitutes - Civil War soldier basic training - Batteries on Benner's hill This is free because of our sponsors and our generous Patrons. Please consider becoming a Patron and/or supporting our sponsors to keep the show going.  Outro music, "Garryowen" arranged and performed by Billy Webster. 

1hr 17mins

9 Mar 2020