The Post Civil War Gatherings of the Blue and the Gray Who Fought at Gettysburg and the Coins, Exonumia and Memorabilia Which Both Celebrated Their Reunions and Marked Their Final Passages.
America held its breath, as the Civil War’s final outcome was shaped from July 1-3, 1863, in the environs of the tiny Pennsylvania farm town of Gettysburg. A large legacy of coins, medals, and exonumic memorabilia followed through the years, in memory and honor of that event and all those who shaped it.
Presenter: Bob Bair
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