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  • Hanover, PA 17331
    John and William Hoffacker - casualties of war.
  • 725 Baltimore St. Hanover, PA 17331-4127
    717-637-5294
    Final resting place of Civil War pioneer newspaperwoman Mary Shaw Leader, and Corporal John Hoffacker, a soldier killed in the Battle of Hanover. One can also view the Soldiers' Memorial with...
  • 111 Barto Rd. Barto, PA 19504-8730
    610-845-3000
    The National Centre for Padre Pio honors St. Pio the Capuchin Friar from San Giovanni Rotondo Italy, the only priest to receive the Stigmata of Christ. The Centre's two large buildings offer our...
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  • 97 Taneytown Rd Gettysburg, PA 17325-2804
    Located at Seminary Ridge, the North Carolina monument represents a group of North Carolina soldiers in "Pickett's Charge," and consists of a stone monolith that lists the North Carolina commands...
  • North Queen St. Shippensburg, PA 17257
    For nearly 200 years the North Queen Street Cemetery, now called Locust Grove, has been the final resting place of many Shippenburg area African-Americans. The cemetery was first acknowledged in...
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  • S.W. Corner of King and Earl Streets, in concrete Shippensburg, PA 17257
    The first major military engagement in Cumberland County during the Civil War took place in Shippensburg in the week leading up to the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • Dickinson College Campus Carlisle, PA 17013
    717-243-5121
    Old West, initially known as New College, was in the process of being built into what college historians believe was a square, red-brick building when it was destroyed by fire in 1803. The college...
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  • 20 Presidential Cir Gettysburg, PA 17325-8399
    Park Trek provides reservation services for Officially Licensed Battlefield Guides, tested and licensed by Gettysburg National Military Park. Guides are available for group and family tours...
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  • 400 Saint Johns Church Rd. Camp Hill, PA 17011-5735
    717-737-6492
    Die Frieden Kirche or Peace Church was begun by a group of German farmers who worshipped in their homes. The Reverend Anthony Hautz officially organized the congregation in 1793. In 1797 a small...
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  • W. College Ave. & S. Pershing Avenue York, PA 17404
    The former location of the York Fair and the U.S. Army Hospital during the Civil War, Penn Commons Park is a beautifully restored greenway that features a tennis court, playground and pavilion. The...
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