The three days of fighting in Gettysburg started on July 1, 1863. The Union victory came at high cost for all with the wounded and the dead.
Daniel Lady Farm on Hanover Road in Gettysburg.
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Remembering the past.
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The first reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the cabinet / painted by F.B. Carpenter ; engraved by A.H. Ritchie.
Got my hands on a very old print of this picture.
New friends helping to honor Lincoln.
Work of art in pennies!!!
Honoring the fallen from the civil war
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Resting after the first day on the battlefield
Clouds have been a sight to see against the monuments.
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Can't you just hear the cannon fire?
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View from Gettysburg National Military Park
Local frog at our campground.
Mother and daughter enjoying the day.
Evening arrives at the Living History Encampment near the Pennsylvania Monument
Resting after a long hot day
Evening brings a chance to rest and talk over the day's activities
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Calvary Battle at Hunterstown. Custer had just been promoted to General and almost died here.
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Leaving the battle
Looking over the field before the battle
Custer at the ready before the battle.
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