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Ashley Whitehead Luskey

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Killed at Gettysburg with Dr. Ashley Whitehead Luskey

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

NOTE- Beginning with this episode, Addressing Gettysburg will release two old Patreon episodes a month, in their entirety, FOR FREE. It won't be all Patreon episodes and it won't be any recent ones. Why are we doing this? Because we need your support to make more! Therefore, we're doing away with 15 minute previews. What's unique about our Patreon feed is that you're actually get something in return like interviews with authors, historians, actors from the movie Gettysburg and more. Depending on the tier you choose, you can get 2-4 episodes a month, videos and other special episodes created just for our Patrons. On Patreon, we don't shy away from controversial topics or opinions because we believe that, to learn, we must be willing to be uncomfortable and that requires open communication. So, we invite you to become a patron and learn with us by clicking here. ABOUT THIS EPISODE This episode was recorded at our first studio in the offices of Destination Gettysburg. Eric was not yet a part of the team. Bob Steenstra was still co-host and Matt's allergies were evident in his voice. Here is the original show description: Dr. Ashley Whitehead Luskey is the assistant director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and heads up an ambitious project called "Killed at Gettysburg". KAG sets students on a journey back into the lives of the men killed during the battle. After their research is complete, the students create profiles on the project's website . Dr. Luskey sat down with Bob and I to discuss the project's history and goals. We think you'll find this fascinating. 

57mins

9 Aug 2021

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PATREON PREVIEW- Killed at Gettysburg with Dr Ashley Whitehead Luskey

Addressing Gettysburg Podcast

Dr Ashley Whitehead Luskey is the assistant director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College and heads up an ambitious project called "Killed at Gettysburg". KAG sets students on a journey back into the lives of the men killed during the battle. After their research is complete, the students create profiles on the project's website . Dr Luskey sat down with Bob and I to discuss the project's history and goals. We think you'll find this fascinating.

15mins

16 Dec 2019

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