BRINGING HISTORY ALIVE

CIVIL WAR TO WOMEN'S SUFFERAGE PRESENTATIONS

 GARY REMBISZ

Gary makes history fun. He will uncover little-known facts and figures that will make you laugh or provide trivia answers that you would never guess.

 

For example, did you know that there is a Union version of Dixie or who made coffee the standard beverage of the U.S. Army? How many pounds of ammunition per casualty at Gettysburg?

Gary Rembisz had been featured in public television, Observer and Eccentric newspapers, speaker at the Historical Society of Michigan.

 

Gary Rembisz on Livonia Public Television
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Treasure Hunters 

Presentation

Gary's presentation focused on the trials and tribulations of the Union Civil War soldier and his daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner diet of salt pork, hard tack, and coffee. 

Gary offered three suggestions for the Treasure Hunters, at Antietam, Fredericksburg, and North Anna.

Governor Warner Mansion

Presentation

Gary spoke of how the Union uniform was made, all wool and how the accouterments were well thought out. Since it was the Victorian Era, the drawers or underpants came to the ankle. Needing rags and heat relief the soldiers would cut the drawers off above the knee.

 

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CONTACT GARY

 

PLYMOUTH, MI 48170

garyrembisz@gmail.com

Tel: 734.207.5225