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Historic photograph of where the 150th Pennsylvania charged--looking NW on Chambersburg Pike west of Gettysburg, toll keepers house next to Willowbh Run on left behind tree--I've stayed in that house.

Historic photograph of where the Pennsylvania charged--looking NW on Chambersburg Pike west of Gettysburg, toll keepers house next to Willowbh Run on left behind tree--I've stayed in that house.

Black Horse Tavern, or Bream’s Tavern is located at the intersection of the Fairfield/Hagerstown Road[...]

Adams County Civil War Taverns Part Gettysburg LBG John Winkleman

Visit the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg to learn the story of 20-year-old Jennie Wade, fiancée to Corporal "Jack" Skelly, and the only civilian casualty during the Battle of #Gettysburg. You'll get a first-hand look at the kitchen door still peppered full of bullet holes.

Gettysburg, PA - Jennie Wade House Jennie Wade, fiancée to Corporal "Jack" Skelly, and the only civilian casualty during the Battle of Gettysburg. Kitchen door still peppered full of bullet holes.

Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Headquarters ~ Gettysburg ~ Pennsylvania ~ General Lee (1807-1870) commanded the 75,000 Confederate troops at the Battle of Gettysburg.  He set up his headquarters at this small house.

Gettysburg ~ Pennsylvania ~ Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Headquarters ~ General Lee commanded the Confederate troops at the Battle of Gettysburg. He set up his headquarters at this small house.

Civil War Photos - 547. Soldiers Killed on July 2 in the Wheatfield Near Emmittsburg Road - Gettysburg, PA, July 1863

Civil War Photos - Soldiers Killed on July 2 in the Wheatfield Near Emmittsburg Road - Gettysburg, PA, July 1863

American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Brandy Station, Virginia. Headquarters, Army of the Potomac. Eastern half of the camp.

American Civil War Tents / Encampments pictures - photos & art pics - Page…

American Civil War Pictures & Photos | Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Battered trees on Culp's Hill.

Bullet-Ridden Trees on Gettysburg Battlefield - interesting pictorial of the bullet-battered trees at Culp's Hill on the Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. - Library of Congress

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