Civil War Institute
This semester, I have had the honor of working on the Civil War Institute’s Killed at Gettysburg project, hosted at killedatgettysburg.org. The project seeks to document the lives and legacies of soldiers who died during the three days of fighting in July 1863. I am happy to be contributing to Killed at Gettysburg again, as I strongly connected with the project when I worked on it for Dr. Carmichael’s Gettysburg class last semester. [excerpt]
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Bilger, Ryan D., "Improving the Present by Studying the Past: Killed at Gettysburg Remembers O’Rorke and Phelps" (2017). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 273.