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95 Presidential Circle , Gettysburg, United States
2634 Emmitsburg Road, Gettysburg, United States
115 Presidential Circle, Gettysburg, United States
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... of the dispute (the southern states suceeding from the Union over Lincolns legislation outlawing slavery) and how the battles led up to Gettysburg. Gettysburg came about 2 years into the war, and it raged on for another 2 yeaars after, but it was a ...
... take people in to stay, they were closed for the season. As so many places are now. Carried on late as we had decided to get to Gettysburg. So it was dark by the time we got in. Not a good idea as the indicators dont work, and the headlights point in odd ...
Penn. is beaut. I went around Gettysburg to start crossing the ...
The Battlefield National Park Visitor's Centre. Culp's Hill and the Union right flank. Devils Den, the Peach Orchard and the Wheatfield. Little Round Top.. ... and some of us run up Big Round Top ...
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97 Taneytown Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Site of one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War.
309 Baltimore St., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Award winning Gettysburg museum, dedicated to the civilian experience during the Battle of Gettysburg, is situated in the heart of Gettysburg's historic district. The home of George and Hettie Shriver appears much the same way it did when it was first built in 1860. Today, guides in period dress recount the harrowing story of the Shriver family's experiences. The thirty minute tour includes all four floors including the Confederate sharpshooters nest in the attic.
20 E. High St., Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
250 Eisenhower Farm Lane, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, United States
President Eisenhower used this farm as a retreat from the White House, then retired here.