The History

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The History

Dale Gallon...The Artist that Brings You the History!

Each of Dale’s paintings is a history lesson on canvas. He is known for his attention to detail and historical accuracy. To assist the collector in understanding the history, important people and landmarks are identified on the upper and lower borders of each limited edition paper print. To assist Dale in the complex research, he works closely with historians who are responsible for researching every detail and writing a comprehensive historical essay which accompanies the limited edition paper prints and limited edition canvas giclees. Dale’s art stands in a class of its own – for the collector who seeks historical accuracy.

Dale has painted over 300 historical paintings since 1980 and his works are highly sought after worldwide. His originals are currently displayed at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA, the Pentagon, Command & General Staff College in Leavenworth, KS, Army Engineer Museum at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO, Virginia Military Institute, Norwich University, University of Mississippi, Industrial College of the Armed Forces at Ft. McNair, Washington, D.C., Minnesota State Capitol, Guilford Battleground in Greensboro, NC, Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum, and numerous private collections.

Dale Gallon

Below are local links that take you into History.

Adams County Historical Society, Gettysburg, PA

The Adams County Historical Society's mission is to identify, preserve, and tell the stories of the people, organizations, businesses, and events that have shaped Adams County, Pennsylvania. As a result, the Historical Society is sometimes affectionately referred to as the county's attic - a repository of rich, local, cultural heritage.

In order to preserve the heritage of this nation, the mission of the Friends of the National Parks at Gettysburg is to support, protect, and enhance, on behalf of all generation of American people, the resources associated with the National Parks at Gettysburg, the Battle of Gettysburg, and the Eisenhower Farm."

Visit: Adams County Historical Society, Gettysburg, PA

Motts Military Museum

"Unique to central Ohio, Motts Military Museum has a special interest in the young people of our country. We are concerned that so many may not have the opportunity, to relive the history that has shaped our country - with Motts Military Museum available many will be able to take a real look into the history and, perhaps, take away a new appreciation for our nations heritage."

Visit: Motts Military Museum

The Dobbin House

Four Score and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, (1776), Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a new life in America for himself and his family. Today his home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a colonial restaurant where candlelit elegance, superior food is in abundance, and gracious service brings back the sights, sounds and tastes of two centuries ago. It consistently wins Mobil Guide's highest area rating. The friendly hospitality of the Dobbin House extends to the Springhouse Tavern, Gettystown Bed and Breakfast, Country Curiosity Store, Abigail Adams Ballroom, in-house bakery and secret "underground railroad" slave hideout.

Visit: The Dobbin House

The Cashtown Inn

The Cashtown Inn offers seven guest rooms, an elegant dining room for dinner or group functions; a cozy Tavern room for lunch, drinks and dinner; a porch for sitting and swinging as well as various gardens for strolling. For a relaxing and quiet get-away choose the Cashtown Inn and take a step back in time.

Visit: The Cashtown Inn

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Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum


Visit: Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum