Army Barracks CIVIL WAR Civil War Carlisle CARLISLE CIVIL WAR CARLISLE With Augmented Reality...

Army Barracks CIVIL WAR Civil War Carlisle CARLISLE CIVIL WAR CARLISLE With Augmented Reality CW5004-072011
Army Barracks CIVIL WAR Civil War Carlisle CARLISLE CIVIL WAR CARLISLE With Augmented Reality CW5004-072011
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  • Self-guided Tour

    CIVIL WAR

    CARLISLE With Augmented Reality

    CW5004-072011

    CUMBERLANDCIVILWAR.COM

    Produced by:

    Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau visitcumberlandvalley.com

    For more self-guided or guided tours visit the

    Cumberland Valley Visitors Center inside History on High - The Shop at 33 W. High St, Carlisle, PA 17013

    (888) 513.5130

    What is “augmented reality”? Augmented Reality (AR) is a term for a new technology that allows you to enhance or augment the reality you see through cameras in GPS-enabled smartphones or tablet computers by streaming text, images, audio, and video.

    How to install the Layar App and open the Civil War Carlisle layer

    Go to the app store (iphone) or the market (android) • and search for Layar

    Install and run the Layar app•

    Scroll down the Layar home screen and select the • City Tours category

    Then the • Civil War Carlisle layer, select it and select Launch

    Maximize your experience by • using AR at Historic wayside markers or by purchasing tickets for a guided tour at the Cumberland Valley Visitors Center on High Street.

    Or you can scan this QR code • with a bar code scanner app

    About Cumberland County Civil War 150 Steering Committee:

    The Cumberland County Civil War 150 Steering Committee coordinates countywide activities for the 2011-2015 U.S. Civil War commemoration period, in partnership with Pennsylvania Civil War 150. Individuals or organizations wishing to participate should contact the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau at (717) 240.7190 or visit cumberlandcivilwar.com.

    Changing Layar options on iPhone

    Switch views•

    Select the camera • icon at the bottom of the screen to switch to list or map view

    Use the “i” icon to • toggle tour stops and image overlays

    Changing Layar options on Android

    Switch views•

    Select menu on the • phone then choose list or map view from the options

    Select menu then • settings to toggle tour stops and image overlays

    PARTNERS

    Tour Stops Old Courthouse1. : Associated with some of the nation’s most important Underground Railroad episodes, the Old Courthouse served as Cumberland County’s primary government building from 1846 to 1962.

    Dickinson College2. : Reopened under Methodist leadership in 1833, Dickinson College produced some of the era’s leading fi gures, including a president and Supreme Court chief justice.

    Historical Society3. : Residents and soldiers from the Cumber- land Valley left a rich collection of letters, documents and artifacts about combat and the home front now available at the Historical Society.

    Army Barracks4. : During the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign, Confederate troops occupied parts of the Cumberland Valley and burned down the Army Barracks, which were eventually rebuilt as the Carlisle Indian School.

    Lincoln Cemetery5. : Now known as Memorial Park, the former Lincoln Cemetery contains the remains of many local black Union Army veterans, even though most of the headstones have been removed.

    Bentz House6. : Noted abolitionist Frederick Douglass spoke in Carlisle in 1872 but the local hotel segregated him from white guests in the dining room, offering a sad reminder of the “unfi nished work” of the Civil War era.

    Tour Stops Old Courthouse1. most important Underground Railroad episodes, the Old

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    government building from 1846 to 1962.

    Dickinson College2. in 1833, Dickinson College produced some of the era’s

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    Court chief justice.

    Historical Society3. land Valley left a rich collection of letters, documents and

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    at the Historical Society.

    Army Barracks4. Confederate troops occupied parts of the Cumberland

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    eventually rebuilt as the Carlisle Indian School.

    Lincoln Cemetery5. former Lincoln Cemetery contains the remains of many

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    the headstones have been removed.

    Bentz House6. spoke in Carlisle in 1872 but the local hotel segregated

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  • Map created by: Kerstin Martin

    www.cumberlandcivilwar.com/carlisle-map

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