Interview With Garry Adelman
We talk about Civil War battlefields, preservation, and Civil War photography. Hope you enjoy it.
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Interview with Garry Adelman
There are few people more enthusiastic about Civil War history and the preservation of Civil War battlefields than my guest today. Garry Adelman is the chief historian at the American Battlefield Trust, formerly the Civil War Trust. Before assuming the position of chief historian for the organization Garry served as director of history and education, which is how our paths first crossed some 15 years ago. Garry is also the vice president of The Center of Civil War Photography and has worked as a Licensed Battlefield Guide at Gettysburg National Military Park since 1995.
In this interview Garry and I talk about his interests in Civil War battlefields, Civil War photography, and his work as a battlefield guide. I hope you enjoy our discussion and I encourage you to explore the links below for additional information about some of the topics covered.
Garry Adelman’s Civil War Page (Facebook)
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