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In , a group of concerned citizens established the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association whose purpose was to preserve portions of the battlefield as a memorial to the Union Army that fought here. A Federally-appointed commission of Civil War veterans oversaw the park's development as a memorial to both armies by identifying and marking the lines of battle.
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Administration of the park was transferred to the Department of the Interior, National Park Service in , which continues in its mission to protect, preserve and interpret the Battle of Gettysburg and the Gettysburg Address to park visitors. Explore This Park. Gettysburg National Military Park Pennsylvania. Info Alerts Maps Calendar Reserve. Alerts In Effect Dismiss. The People of Gettysburg. Surgery at Camp Letterman.
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Library of Congress The battle brought devastation to the residents of Gettysburg. National Park Service Prominent Gettysburg residents became concerned with the poor condition of soldiers' graves scattered over the battlefield and at hospital sites, and pleaded with Pennsylvania Governor Andrew Curtin for state support to purchase a portion of the battlefield to be set aside as a final resting place for the defenders of the Union cause. The entrance to the park in Also available online via eBrary. Simpson Call Number: E G75 S94 N38 H65 Hyslop Call Number: G S5 N2 Report a problem.
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Contact Us. At some point I simply climbed on the table and pushed the little light where it belonged. I remember when the map appeared on a government auction site.
Kind of sad and forlorn sitting in two or three shipping containers. Because of the large amount of asbestos in the thing I though it was doomed, so I am glad someone picked it up. It costs more than a visit to Hanover…but then again it costs less than having a family of four see the real one! My husband wanted to see Gettysburg and we finally went. Thankfully we saw the electric map first. And I was able to orient myself and understand better, as we traveled the battlefield.
That was in In , I took my grand daughters to Gettysburg.
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Unfortunately the electric map was down. I regret that, as it may have helped them visuallize the area better. But it was something one wanted to see. Good place to visit anyway. Previous post: Slaveholding in Robert E. Copyright c by Kevin M.
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All rights reserved. Please do not reprint original material from this blog without permission. What do you think? Garry Adelman Aug 28, Reply Link. Kevin Levin Aug 28, Hi Garry. Location is indeed an issue. Garry Adelman Aug 29, Kevin Levin Aug 29, Terry Beckenbaugh Aug 28, Hi Terry. Ben Butina Aug 28, Shoshana Bee Aug 28, You are certainly an interesting test case.
Let us know what you decide and have a great trip. Christopher Graham Aug 28, Yeah, those Civil War Trust maps are very helpful. Bill Aug 29, Hi Bill, Thanks for dropping by and for taking the time to leave a comment. Michael Aubrecht Aug 29, HankC Aug 29, The photography revolution matured with battlefield scenes.
One could do quite a study of the history of battlefield depictions. Richard Keyes Sep 6, Buck Buchanan Aug 29, Not to mention it was a handy reference if you are touring in snow or fog…as I have done. Ryan A Aug 29,