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Going Places: A History of Google Maps with Street View | Computer History Museum

Old picture of cyclorama building at Gettysburg. If you haven't seen the cyclorama, you don't know what you are missing

32 purchase st New Bedford 1911

Newsie Fernance Silvia, 7 year old newsie, used to sell papers until 8 p. New Bedford, August

Gettysburg In A Day (With Young Kids)! |

Gettysburg In A Day (With Young Kids)! |

ANTIQUE  Postcard Gettysburg BattlePay Streak by PostcardsNMore, $7.95

Items similar to ANTIQUE Postcard -Gettysburg Battle"Pay Streak" from World's Fair Seattle 1908 on Etsy

Gettysburg National Museum

Gettysburg National Museum

The History of American Wars - Veterans Day Infographic-There are a couple things that should probably be tweaked on here (like we didn't just fight Nazi Germany during WWII) but overall interesting info graphic

An infographic remembering those who have sacrificed so much on behalf of our great country.

The Electric Map at the former Gettysburg Visitors Center

Last Showing Electric Map, Electric Map Auditorium Demolition, Old NPS VC Update

Gettysburg rose garden tea room

Gettysburg rose garden tea room

Gate to Soldier's National Cemetery

Gate to Soldier's National Cemetery

Vintage postcard of Soldiers National Monument in Gettysburg, PA.

Vintage postcard of Soldiers National Monument in Gettysburg, PA.

Summit of Barlow's Knoll, Gettysburg

Summit of Barlow's Knoll, Gettysburg

Longstreet’s HQs

Thought to have been longstreets headquarters

Tipton 4025, View of Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Looking east to York Street (1919)

Gettysburg Square, with the David Wills house in the background, where Lincoln stayed in November, 1863 when he came to dedicate the National Soldiers Cemetery.

Jackson

Jackson

Larson's Cottage Court Tourist Cottages Gettysburg PA postcard 1930s

Larson's Cottage Court Tourist Cottages Gettysburg PA postcard 1930s

Welcome to my website for Battle of Gettysburg buffs, old and new.

I have tried to focus on the lesser known or visited areas of the battlefield and topics for those of you and your family who are interested in learning or doing more than the average visitor to Gettysburg.

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