Battle of Gettysburg with PCN
Recognized as the turning point of the American Civil War, the Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1–3, 1863, in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Since 1995, PCN has provided viewers with Gettysburg programming, including battlewalks, books, interviews, historical portrayals, and expert panels. Whether a Civil War expert or amateur historian, PCN's Battle of Gettysburg coverage has something for everyone.
Stream PCN's Battle of Gettysburg programs on demand with PCN Select.
Gettysburg Battlewalks | Streaming On Demand
Civil War historians and enthusiasts meet on America’s most famous battlefield every year to walk in the footsteps of the soldiers who fought there in July of 1863. The Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest fight to ever take place on American soil, is explained to visitors and PCN viewers by Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers (GNMP) and licensed battlefield guides from the National Park Service.
Gettysburg Collection | Exclusive Gettysburg Content
The Gettysburg Collection is an extensive digital library exploring the Battle of Gettysburg. Explore the battlefields with the Gettysburg National Military Park Rangers, stream lectures from nationally acclaimed historians, and listen to Civil War experts explain the key moments and figures of the bloodiest battle ever to take place on American soil.
Living History Portrayals | Streaming on Demand
Gettysburg Living History Portrayals performed by The Confederation of Union Generals are available to stream on demand with PCN Select. The Confederation of Union Generals is a non-profit Civil War Living History educational organization based in Gettysburg, PA.
Civil War Institute | Streaming on Demand
PCN has covered the Civil War Institute (CWI) Summer Conference since 2002. Led by a prestigious lineup of Civil War scholars, speakers, and tour guides, the conference includes lectures, battlefield tours, and roundtable conversations about the Civil War era.