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Gettysburg National Battlefield Museum Foundation

The Gettysburg National Battlefield Museum Foundation is a private, nonprofit educational organization established in 1998 in partnership with the National Park Service to preserve the resources of the park, to tell the story of the Gettysburg Campaign, and to give visitors a deeper, more lasting appreciation for what happened there. To accomplish these goals, it will fund and construct new museum and visitor center facilities, restore portions of the battlefield, and preserve the park's collection of Civil War archives and artifacts, including the Cyclorama painting.

For more information, visit http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org/


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