The GBPA was founded in 1959 as the first public/private partnership at Gettysburg. Over the years, the GBPA has played a continuous role in purchasing endangered battlefield land. Such properties, like the Meals Farm, Timbers Farm, Wolf Farm, Taney Farm, The Colgrove Tract, The Willoughby Run Tract, The East Cavalry Field Tract, and other parcels have been saved from urban development and commercialism. Support The GBPA and Become a member see the Join page for details then use the Paypal Link Below to Donate!
For fifty years, The GBPA has continuously worked to protect the battlefield from modern development. The site of the decisive battle should be preserved for future generations, so that they can understand the sacrifices made by common men and women in freedom’s sake.

Through lectures, publications, seminars and living history programs, the GBPA is informing the public of our unique American heritage.

The Motorcycle Ride to Gettysburg, The Annual Civil War Book Sale and The Christmas Tour of Gettysburg’s historic houses ( including our own Daniel Lady Farm) are just a few of our public events each year.


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September 21, 2010 - Press Release from State Rep. Harry Readshaw Honoring the GBPA

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The Daniel Lady Farm
The Daniel Lady Farm - Headquarters of the GBPA
( Photograph by Darryl Wheeler for The Gettysburg Companion)