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Three Views of the Angle Over Time | Gettysburg

At the culmination of Pickett's Charge, only a few hundred Confederate soldiers actually crossed the wall near the Angle. The breakthrough, if it can be...

A Sad Visit to Gettysburg | Gettysburg | American Civil War Forums

Today I was able to get onto the Gettysburg Battlefield for the first time since March 12. I was saddened to see that we have lost a witness tree. The big...

Gettysburg pictures from the National Archives

What became known as the turning point of the Civil War was the Battle of Gettysburg, 150 years ago this July

10 Things to Know Before Visiting Gettysburg National Battlefield - The Keele Deal

While there are countless places to visit one of the places we go back to over and over again is the Gettysburg National battlefield.

6 Places You Don't Want to Miss at Gettysburg

We love visiting Gettysburg, the drive from Maryland to Pennsylvania is beautiful. Here are a few tips from our trips to Gettysburg.

14 Creepy Incidents That Happened At The Gettysburg Battlefield

For three sweltering days in July 1863, Pennsylvania’s Gettysburg battlefield hosted the bloodiest military conflict in American history. After the smoke had cleared, over 7,000 men were dead and 5…

An aerial view of the southern part of Antietam battlefield, circa the 1930's. The tall monument is for the 9th NY, "Hawkin's Zouaves". The smaller monument for the 8th CT of Fairchild's Brigade. This is the area of furthest penetration by Union troops during the battle. The town of Sharpsburg is just out of the frame, to the upper right.

CLICK ON EACH IMAGE TO ENLARGE. Like this blog on Facebook | Follow me on Twitter On Dec. 2, 1930, an Army Air Force plane took off from Bolling Field in Washington and headed west over Sharpsburg, Md. The mission: Take photographs of the Antietam battlefield, a beautiful, pastoral landscape. A sharp eye can spot significant changes on the battlefield since these photographs, available on the National Archives web site, were shot that winter day. In the above images, the modern Visitors'…

Visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield: History for the Entire Family

Just over 150 years ago, at the height of the US Civil War, Confederate General Robert E. Lee marched his troops into Pennsylvania. Most likely headed towards the capital of Harrisburg, the Confederate troops were