Civil War Institute
Gettysburg, a town already so intimately acquainted with war, was the scene of particularly interesting historical encounters. The still too present memory of the Civil War impacted the way Gettysburgians viewed the Great War. Many veterans of the Civil War were still alive, although very old, and it was not uncommon for The Gettysburg Times to run headlines about the death of a prominent Civil War veteran right alongside coverage of the war raging in Europe. [excerpt]
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Johnson, S. Marianne, "Soldiers Past and Future: The Civil War and Great War Meet in Gettysburg" (2014). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 65.