The Hummelstown Area Historical Society will feature Rev. Curt Weber to answer the headline question, as he makes a presentation on the life of Chamberlain on Monday evening, November 18, 2019 in the History House at 32 West Main Street Hummelstown, at 7:00 pm.  

Although best known as the general who saved the day at the Battle on Little Round Top at Gettysburg, Chamberlain was also a college professor and president, and a minister, surveyor and governor.   Rev. Weber will also have a display of photographs, paintings, prints and flags dealing with Chamberlain, from his collection.    

Rev. Weber, a retired minister with a Masters of Divinity Degree from Lancaster Theological Seminary, has done extensive research about Chamberlain, having traveled from Virginia to Maine to research Chamberlain’s multifaceted life.  Rev. Weber has a love of history and historical research and is currently a member of the Society Board.  The meeting is open to the public and free of charge.  Please contact the Society office at 717-566-6314 with any questions.

November 18, 2019 Program “What’s So Great About Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain?”

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