Civil War Heritage in Dutch Country Roads PA

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  • 97 Taneytown Rd Gettysburg, PA 17325-2804
    717-334-1124
    The Gettysburg National Military Park Cyclorama Center is the home of the "Battle of Gettysburg" Cyclorama, a 360 degree circular oil-on-canvas painting that depicts "Pickett's Charge," the...
  • 233 Frederick St Hanover, PA 17331-3602
    Telegraph operator Daniel Trone knew he'd be a target during the Battle of Hanover, so he hid his equipment in a loft and left two broken sets on a table in his office as decoys before fleeing....
  • 8 Lincoln Sq Gettysburg, PA 17325-2205
    717-334-2499
    David Wills House, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Web site coming soon, call them at 1-800-486-5735.
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  • 2 Library Pl., Guthrie Memorial Library. In grass. Hanover, PA 17331-2261
    During the Army of Northern Virginia's two-week raid on Pennsylvania, thousands of barrels of flour, 30,000 cattle and 20,000 horses and mules were confiscated.
  • PO Box 1773 Carlisle, PA 17013-2896
    717-243-5121
    Dickinson College.
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  • High Street, Dickinson College. In Grass. Carlisle, PA 17013
    With a student body fairly evenly split between northern and southern students, many expected to meet one another on opposite sides of the battlefield - many did.
  • Dykeman Rd. Shippensburg, PA 17257
    At this site on June 26, 1863, thousands of Confederate troops camped overnight as they began their invasion of Cumberland County. The next morning troops followed the present-day Walnut Bottom...
  • Cavalry Field Road Gettysburg, PA 17325
    East Cavalry Field was one of the sites that saw fighting on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • 170 Locust St Columbia, PA 17512-1109
    The Columbia national Bank financed the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge which was destroyed by Union Troops rather than allow the Confederate Army to cross.
  • Baltimore St., Rihl Monument, Fleming Farm, Downtown, Brick Sidewalk Greencastle, PA 17225
    Cpl. William Rihl, a Philadelphia native, was the first Union soldier killed on Pennsylvania soil.
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