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Gettysburg is a place with plenty of history. Everyone knows about the battle of Gettysburg in the civil war and that it took place on this campus. Everyone knows that President Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg Address just minutes from the Gettysburg College campus. This area is rich in history that Americans know. When Gettysburg College opened in 1832, it too began to makes its own history space. New buildings erected, some buildings knocked down, new memorials, and everything on this campus has a certain history. [excerpt]
- Course Title: HIST 300: Historical Method
- Academic Term: Spring 2006
- Course Instructor: Dr. Michael J. Birkner '72
Hidden in Plain Sight is a collection of student papers on objects that are "hidden in plain sight" around the Gettysburg College campus. Topics range from the Glatfelter Hall gargoyles to the statue of Eisenhower and from historical markers to athletic accomplishments. You can download the paper in pdf format and click "View Photo" to see the image in greater detail.
Gettysburg College, Hidden in Plain Sight, Athletic Hall of Fame, Bream Wright Hauser Athletic Complex
Public History | United States History
Schroeder, Eric J., "Ronald Warner: The Unknown Superstar" (2006). Hidden in Plain Sight Projects. 27.