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Creature Feature Weekend 29m
Joining us for is Jeremiah Crow's Creepy Collection of Curiosities. They'll have a 24x24 room exhibit of oddities. Come join us for the weird and wonderful!
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OutletAtGettysburg 23m
Going on now at Brooks Brothers Factory Store! Up to 40% OFF+ Clearance up to 80% OFF! *Please see a sales associate for details & exclusions.
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Roll Hard! 18h
They are reminded that nature abhors a vacuum.
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OutletAtGettysburg 6m
Join us July 20th for the first ever Gettysburg Open! Prizes! Meet & mascots! Spaces are limited, so register at today!
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
Confederate Gun No. 14. Produced at Macon Arsenal Georgia in 1863. Placed currently along Seminary Ridge for Brander’s Btty. of AP Hill’s Corps
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
This gun is placed in Ward’s Battery. The front is worn but the right side of the gun shows it’s from Georgia. The end of the gun is still shiny and hasn’t weathered like the rest of the cannon, so it’s good too see that looking as it would in 1863
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Sandra Oldfield Jun 16
Sign at the bar I’m at
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OutletAtGettysburg Jun 18
🚧Part of Main Street will be closed this week due to paving.
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Destination Gburg 36m
is just two weeks away! Will you join us in for our FREE community concert and event? 🎵🎸🎆🎇 Learn more here: .
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tony picciuti Jun 10
Need to get my head on straight. Nothing better then watching love this country.
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
This gun stands next to the Pee Dee Artillery marker of Hill’s Corps on Seminary Ridge. J.M.W stands for James Madison Wittemore of the Phoenix Iron Works in Pennsylvania, so interestingly its a Union gun!
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
It has begun to rain now but here is the Alabama (!) memorial. It’s an interesting one as the lady is pointing across to Little Round Top where Alabaman régiments attacked on Day 2.
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
The slopes of Big Round Top, just at the beginning of Sykes Ave. hold memorials to Fisher’s 3rd Bde. of V Corps. Massachusetts and Pennsylvania troops were here, as were the 20th Maine eventually on Day 3 (not at all like the movie)
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
And the fan-fave 20th ME marker. I’ve been looking though the US Army manual for the battle and how Chamberlain defended this position. It’s interesting to see it in person again
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
Lt.Gen. James “Pete” Longstreet’s statue on Seminary Ridge. People have left pennies in his horse’s shoe so I have done the same. Arguably the best statue at even though he didn’t have the greatest three days here
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
Met a very nice Texan lady. I don’t think I’ve personally met a mean Texan. Good job
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Destination Gburg Jun 15
Do you remember the first time you saw this view? 👀
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Iain Standen 21h
Just turned on the TV and look what is playing! 😀
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Cory Pfarr Jun 17
Replying to @cory_pfarr
guided as he was by General Lee’s staff officer, could not have attacked before 2 o’clock, on the 2nd, and it is yet to be shown that he could have attacked before 4, when he did make the assault.” - Lafayette McLaws, from the SHSP, Volume 7
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Ethan Bober Jun 17
Replying to @EthanBober
Here is the cliff side of the 20 ME monument. It reads simply that the colours were placed here according to veterans in the 1880s. So this is the anchor point of the regiment. Ugly terrain to hold with so many rocks. Lots of cover for the 17 Alabama
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