Guest blogger and licensed battlefield guide John T. Krepps presents the story of David Thompson, a Black soldier from Hanover, PA.
“Mad Anthony” Wayne’s 1,000-man force camped on Hershey’s Hill near Menges Mills, PA, on their way to Virginia in the American Revolution.
Recently, I gave a customized tour of Jeb Stuart’s ride through York County, Pa., during
Image collector Ron Coddington shares 100 photos from his Military Images magazine and the stories of the soldiers depicted.
Quaker businessman A.B. Farquhar, who played a prominent role in the surrender of York PA during the Civil War, had Maryland roots.
Five Confederate soldiers who died in York PA from wounds suffered at Gettysburg are buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery.
June 30, 2022, marks the 159th anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Hanover, PA, the largest battle in the history of York County, PA.
Scott Mingus and Jim McClure explore some “lost” Civil War & Underground Railroad sites in historic York County, PA.
Civil War Trails has recently installed new interpretive signs in York County PA. A new book offers perspectives on key events in the area.
Author Vincent L. Burns gives a sweeping history of the Union Army of the Potomac, spiced with anecdotes from the soldiers and officers.