(Legacy) The Gettysburg Compiler

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About the Gettysburg Compiler

The Gettysburg Compiler is written and edited by students and staff of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College. Its purpose is to be a virtual bridge between student research and the public. Each entry is researched and written by a Gettysburg College student while serving as a Civil War Institute Fellow. Their work interrogates important original sources, much of it housed in the Special Collections at the Musselman Library.

3 comments on “About the Gettysburg Compiler

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  3. loxod357
    August 16, 2016

    Thank you. I find the current blog both encouraging and awakening. It made me aware of how important every voice-and it’s’ right to be heard- is.

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