This is where most people do a jump off point for Picketts charge
Biggest monument ever!!
One of my favorite stops on the Battlefield......
Virginia obviously had the biggest monument budget
Robert E. Lee rocks.
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Little Round Top
Sykes Ave (Crawford Rd)
"My favorite stop on the tour...took a long time at this one. The view, the woods. The hill. The fields. I can't even imagine. Vast. Awe inspiring."
Soldiers' National Cemetery
Gettysburg National Cemetery (Baltimore Pike)
""The original (Evergreen) cemetery was a very handsome enclosure, and contained many elegant monuments, very few of which were injured, notwithstanding the terrible nature of the conflict.""
""On the Fourth of July, 1863, Lee's shattered army withdrew from Gettysburg...The artist, in passing over the previous days' engagements, found in a lonely place the covert of a rebel sharpshooter.""
Louisiana Memorial, Gettysburg Battlefield
SW Confederate Ave
Wheatfield, Gettysburg Battlefield
Sickles Road (DeTrobriand Rd)
"Charge and countercharge left this field and the nearby woods strewn with over 4,000 dead and wounded."
Oak Ridge Hill
"Does not follow the "tradition" - Longstreet was not wounded at Gettysburg."
Gettysburg Battlefield Observation Tower On Confederate Avenue
"It is well worth the climb! Great view for pictures!"
"Take your time and really take it in. If you listen closely you can almost hear it happening."
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Civil War History - All
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Some favorite Gettysburg addresses
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