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Wrong Troy Harman?

Troy D. Harman

Tour Guide

Civil War Round Table

Email: t***@***.com

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Civil War Round Table

58 Andrew Street

Lynn, Massachusetts,01901

United States

Company Description

Since its beginnings, The Civil War Round Table of Greater Boston, has always been involved with the local Communities, Veterans, Reenactors, Historical and Geneological Societies, or any other group or organization that needs our assistance. We have raised mo...more

Background Information

Employment History

Lehigh University


Teacher In the History Department

Harrisburg Area Community College


Park Ranger

Gettysburg Tours Inc


Contributor

Civil War News


National Military Park Ranger

Friends


Affiliations

National Park Service

Historian and Ranger


NPS

Ranger and Historian


Hunterstown Historical Society

Own Local Historian


Appomattox Court House National Historic Site

Historian With the National Park Service


Education

B.A.

history

Lynchburg College


M.A.

Shippensburg University


Ph.D.

history

Lehigh University


Web References(116 Total References)


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After we arrive in Gettysburg, check into The Quality Inn there for the next few evenings, and after we have our evening meal, Al has arranged to have a Civil War Seminar featuring our Tour Guide Troy Harmon (NPS Gettysburg Park Ranger) and that "famous Lincoln guy" James Getty at the Quality Inn.


This is a list of our Events Coming Up in the Month of March:

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Friday & Saturday we will be led by Troy Harmon, the NPS Gettysburg Ranger on some new an ddifferent looks at a battlefield that we all thought that we knew.
This Tour will include The McGinn Motorcoach and all of their lavish & comfortable facilities, our Tour Guide Troy Harmon, ALL Admissions, ALL Gratuities and Tips, Three (3) Continental breakfasts, Two (2) Dinners, and the cost of the Seminar which will include Troy Harmon and "famous Lincoln Guy" James Getty at the Quality Inn.


Rantings of a Civil War Historian » 2006 » June

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"That just takes the wind out of you," said National Park Service ranger-historian Troy Harman, who has been studying the battle and working with preservationists to save at least some portion of the field.
But ranger-historian Harman sees the battle a little differently. Harman says Custer planned a careful trap. But Harman says the battle was important because it kept the attention of both sides focused on the northern end of the battlefield when the crucial struggle was to the south, at Little Round Top and the Peach Orchard. The cavalry action further delayed and weakened Confederate attacks on Culp's Hill. It also delayed the redeployment of Union cavalry to the south, leaving the Union left flank unprotected on July 2. Harman likes to call Hunterstown, four miles north of Gettysburg, the "north cavalry field," following the pattern of the east and south cavalry fields. He sees the seemingly separate cavalry actions from Hanover to Fairfield as unified elements, part of the big picture of the Battle of Gettysburg. "In all of these actions, Union cavalry buffered key Union positions in four directions of the compass," he wrote in a recent article. While I pretty vigorously disagree with most of Troy Harman's interpretation of the fight, I do give him credit for focusing attention on this little gem of a battlefield (he calls it North Cavalry Field, a name I think is not only very appropriate, but also very fitting), and I had hoped that his efforts might help to save the field.


Rantings of a Civil War Historian » 2008 » May

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Among the presenters are Ed Bearss, Ted Alexander, Kent Masterson Brown, Jeff Wert, Ethan Rafuse, Rick Sauers, Dick Sommers, Troy Harman, Gary Kross, Wayne Wachsmuth, David Martin, Blake Magner, Scott Mingus, Joe Bilby, Eric Campbell, and others.


Rantings of a Civil War Historian » 2008 » October

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2:15-3:15: Final Presentation will be given by Troy Harman
Troy D. Harman: National Park Service Ranger since 1984. His assignments have included historical interpretation at Appomattox Court House National Historic Park (NHP), Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park (NMP), Independence NHP, Valley Forge NMP, Eisenhower National Historic Site (NHS), and, since 1989 Gettysburg NMP. He also teaches in the history department at Harrisburg Area Community College and is working on a Ph.D. in history at Lehigh University. Troy received an M.A. from Shippensburg University, and a B.A. from Lynchburg College, both in history. He has presented his book, Lee’s Real Plan at Gettysburg, in seventeen states, and it is in its fourth printing. Troy, his wife Lisa, and 6 year old son Daniel live near Gettysburg. Unfortunately, a scheduling conflict forced Kent Masterson Brown to pull out, but Troy Harman has agreed to step up and take his place.


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