The town of Gettysburg, PA serves as a constant reminder of the human condition and how far someone will go to fight for what they believe in. Ever since 1863, the townspeople of Gettysburg have taken it upon themselves to remember the battle and the soldiers. The “Remembering Gettysburg” project explores the story of Gettysburg and the ways in which the people of Gettysburg remember the battle. From the Battle of Gettysburg and Lincoln’s Address to the present, the people of Gettysburg have been devoted to the education and preservation of history. Historic sites like Gettysburg use the living history model as an education medium, especially in reenactments, in order to fully immerse audiences in the days of the past. Tourism fads have shifted over the turn of the century, and now ghostlore has also become a predominant attraction in Gettysburg. The “Remembering Gettysburg” project examines the history of storytelling in Gettysburg, as well as the development of Civil War remembrance at Gettysburg College. To learn more about the “Remembering Gettysburg” project, visit the About Page.