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Well-Known Witness Tree on Culp’s Hill Suffers Damage

This prominent witness tree on Culp’s Hill, a white oak, was damaged in December.This image[...] The post Well-Known Witness Tree on Culp’s Hill Suffers Damage appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

New Hotel on Steinwehr Avenue Opening this Spring

From left to right: In the background, the Taneytown Road entrance to the Soldiers National[...] The post New Hotel on Steinwehr Avenue Opening this Spring appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Red-Tailed Hawk along Emmitsburg Road

We noticed a hawk while driving north along the Emmitsburg Road (Business Route 15) on[...] The post Red-Tailed Hawk along Emmitsburg Road appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Tree Down near Virginia State Monument

A large tree fell across the paved walkway near the Virginia State monument along West[...] The post Tree Down near Virginia State Monument appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

It’s Too Foggy. There’s Nothing to See on the Battlefield.

Giving tours on the battlefield on foggy days can be difficult. Your visibility is limited,[...] The post It’s Too Foggy. There’s Nothing to See on the Battlefield. appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

The New Stone Wall at Meade’s Headquarters

A new stone wall was constructed at Meade’s Headquarters (Lydia Leister Farm) last month. This[...] The post The New Stone Wall at Meade’s Headquarters appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Lincoln’s Heads at the Pennsylvania State Memorial

The statue of President Abraham Lincoln is located on the southwest side of the Pennsylvania[...] The post Lincoln’s Heads at the Pennsylvania State Memorial appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

A Wall Too Tall: The Pretty but 1863-Inaccurate Stone Walls at Ziegler’s Grove

In an effort to please a small minority of people who are bored with researching[...] The post A Wall Too Tall: The Pretty but 1863-Inaccurate Stone Walls at Ziegler’s Grove appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Dobbin Decorations and Geese on the Pond

The Dobbin House’s Decorations this Christmas include a sleigh and lots of fruit.This image was[...] The post Dobbin Decorations and Geese on the Pond appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Hancock Avenue Gate Update

The Hancock Avenue Gate, which is being constructed by the National Park Service, is an[...] The post Hancock Avenue Gate Update appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Circling Around Gettysburg’s Christmas-Decorated Square

The Christmas decorations are now displayed on Gettysburg’s Diamond/Square/Circle.This image was taken facing northeast at[...] The post Circling Around Gettysburg’s Christmas-Decorated Square appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

National Cemetery Parking Lot Nears Completion

The National Cemetery Parking Lot is nearing completion. The parking lot has been significantly reduced[...] The post National Cemetery Parking Lot Nears Completion appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 3

The Thompson House along the Chambersburg Pike, west of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Tomorrow morning, Friday, October[...] The post Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 3 appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 2

This map shows the location of the 1863 structures at the Thompson property, acquired and[...] The post Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 2 appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 1

On October 28th, the Civil War Trust will cut the ribbon on the widow Mary[...] The post Lee’s Headquarters: Civil War Trust Restoration Part 1 appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Triangular Field Controlled Burn

On September 7th the National Park Service performed a controlled burn at the Triangular Field area near Devil’s Den. Some parts of the burn appeared to be very effective. We walked around the area before and after the burn to take some panorama shots. Show More Summary

Hupp’s Battery Revisited: Accessing Without the Railroad Tracks

Perhaps you saw our post on visiting Hupp’s Battery and thought, that’s great guys, but I’d really like to do this without getting killed by a train. Let’s start north of the railroad cut bridge along Reynolds’ Avenue. We’ll park here next to the statue for Brigadier General James S. Show More Summary

“Howard Johnson’s” on Steinwehr Avenue Deconstruction

During the Civil War Centennial (late 1950s-early 1960s) Steinwehr Avenue became the home to motels and restaurants which were built to accommodate the millions of visitors that poured into Gettysburg during that time. The Howard Johnson’s was one of those structures. Show More Summary

Corn on Steroids

Don’t let these short stalks in the foreground fool you. The corn rides high in Gettysburg National Military Park this summer. The 8th New York Cavalry Monument is next to the tree in the background – closer to camera is the marker to the 3rd Division of the Army of the Potomac’s 1st Corps. This […] The post Corn on Steroids appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.

Fox and National Cemetery Parking Lot

We know how you missed panoramas on the weekend (we kid — those posts aren’t coming back). Except today you’re probably dying to see the most recent update on the National Cemetery Parking Lot. Scroll down for the most recent panoramic views and a fox. Show More Summary

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