Civil War Heritage in Chambersburg PA

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  • Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Abolitionist John Brown, using the alias of Isaac Smith, took up residence in Chambersburg in the summer of 1859, prior to his "raid" on Harper's Ferry.
  • Chambersburg Memorial Square, Facing US 11, In Dirt Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Unable to pay the ransom demanded by the Confederate army, Chambersburg is ordered burned. More than 500 structures were destroyed and more than 2,000 were left homeless.
  • 100 Lincoln Way E. Chambersburg, PA 17201-2291
    717-264-7101
    The Chambersburg Heritage Center is located at the scenic center of Franklin County's seat, Chambersburg, PA. The Heritage Center is open 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and Saturday 10 a.m....
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  • N. 2nd Street at E. King St. Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Of Georgian design, this jail was built in 1818 and was in continuous use for 152 years. The third oldest building in the borough, it survived the burning of Chambersburg by Confederate forces...
  • Chambersburg, PA 17201
    717-264-7101
    Major General John McCausland set up his headquarters at Greenawalt House in 1864. On the morning of July 30, McCausland met with his officers and, in a rancorous session, told them he planned to...
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