Looking for a premier 
Civil War Living History experience? 

Places Through Time Living History 
can design a program 
to meet your special needs and budget.

We specialize 
in making history come alive.

The Battle of Gettysburg
The Civilian Experience
Victorian Etiquette

Places Through Time Living History, Inc.
Experience the Civil War in a way you never imagined
Classroom Visits   ~   Educational Programs   ~   Meetings and Seminars     
51 Impala Drive 
Dillsburg, PA 17019
Places Through Time Living History
Experience the Civil War in a way you never imagined
       In choosing to do living history interpretations, Myra Reichart combines her life-long fascination with  Civil War history in general and the Battle of Gettysburg in particular with her love of theater and  teaching. What she says is culled from personal reminiscences of Gettysburg citizens. Her dialogue      and her persona are created from bits and pieces found in her research into the battle, the community  and 19th century life. The beautifully crafted and period-perfect dialogue that Reichart employs makes listeners think they’re having an intimate conversation with someone who was there, and her     characters often speak to issues and ideas that resonate for contemporary society.                                         Reichart, a western Pennsylvania native, and her husband Paul now live in Gettysburg, PA, surrounded by the Gettysburg battlefield. She is a charter member of the National Civil War Museum, a First Corps member of the Friends of Gettysburg,                                                                                                                        
Places Through Time Living History

and a member of The Society for Women and the Civil War.  She also belongs to and supports the Adams County Historical Society, the Northern York Co. Historical and Preservation Society, the Gettysburg Civil War Roundtable, and The Civil War Trust.
       Places Through Time Living History has been providing high quality historical interpretation for more than 15 years.