Other Places To Visit On The Internet
J.A. Trucking, Inc.
- The excess space from their site provides a home for these 40+ panoramic
images. As well as the tools necessary to complete my little obsession that you see
here. So if you are in need of a reliable full truck load carrier that is concerned
about you needs, click and check us out.
Picture - Their Java script is the backbone of this site. I
purchased Photovista from their website in Feb 1998 and they gave me the update in Nov
1998. The earlier version allowed you to use the pans as screensavers, so needless
to say I have some really cool screen savers.
National Park Service (Gettysburg) - These people work hard to keep the
memories alive with the resources available to them. A must for every trip to
Gettyburg is a visit to the electric map. It may sound corny, but it gives an
excellent overview of the battle. Along with the other groups represented on the
main page, the National Park Service could also use your donations in their efforts to
maintain these national treasures.
National Park Service (Chickamauga) - These people work hard to keep the
memories alive with the resourses available to them. There is a display of cannons
just outside the entrance and a multimedia presentation about the battle, the
visitors center is a must visit. Along with the other groups represented on the main
page, the National Park Service could also use your donations in their efforts to maintain
these national treasures.
Gordon-Lee Mansion - This bed and breakfast was our headquarters when we
visited Chickamauga. They arranged our tour for us with Battlefield Tours.
They even have a private museum upstairs with some very interesting artifacts. When
we go back, there is no question where we will stay.
Tours (Chickamauga) - My visit to Chickamauga was designed to follow in
the footsteps of my great, great grandfather a private in the 79th PA. Rock Thomas
researched this regiment for us and provided us with an information sheet about the 79th's
actions. He then tooks us to the approximate locations of where they were
positioned. One location was deep in the woods and we quickly appreciated how easy
it was to become disoriented in there.
The Cashtown Inn
- A bed and breakfast just 8 miles from Gettysburg. It was the headquarters for
General A.P. Hill from the Army of Northern Virginia just before the battle of
Gettysburg. After a hard day of taking my panoramic images, it is nice to grab a
fantastic dinner and then just walk upstairs to go to sleep. It is a fantastic place
to stay and has great food.
The Gettysburg Discussion
Group - I was extremely flattered when they added my site to their
Visiting Gettysburg page. I have visited their site many times reading the volumes
of information that they provide on the web discussion groups. It is a must visit
site if you are interested in the Battle of Gettysburg. Thanks Dennis, hopefully get
to meet everyone at the June muster!
Gettysburg.Com - If my
images have helped insire you to visit the battlefield in Gettysburg, this site can
provide you with a wealth of information about what to do when you get there.
- I was emailed by Mr. Jeff Davis about the efforts of this organization. On my
last visit to the Gettysburg, I went to the Pennsylvania Monument and the stairs to the
observation platform had been locked up. I would have liked to have taken a
panoramic shot from up there. So visit this site to find out how you can help
preserve and make these monuments accessible again.
The Association For The
Preservation of Civil War Sites - This organization uses donations to buy
back the battlefield property to preserve it for future generations. I am a card
carrying member of this organization.
If you would like me to link to your site that relates to these two
battlefields, just send me some e-mail. I will then try to get it up for you. There
is no paid advertising here, so I will be selective if you are a making profit from your