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Pre-Civil War Home
This location is a Pre-Civil War home located along what was once known as "No Man's Land," where the streets ran red with blood in 1863. Many of the homes along this stretch were converted into makeshift field hospitals during the battle. Just over 100 years after the war, another tragedy occurred here... In the 1980's, thsi locations was the site of a horrific murder.
Pre-Civil War school House
The Pre-Civil War school House stood where Maverick's Calvary Division was deployed. Union and Confederate forces clashed in the wooded area behind the school house resulting in the death of many soldiers.
Union Field Hospital
This location was a Union Field Hospital during the Civil War. Many spirits reside in this large arm house situated along East Cemetery Hill, where many famous battles took place during the Civil War.
Michael Crist Farm
In July 1863, Confederate force congregated on the fields of the Michael Crist Farm before heading south to fight the Union Army. The farm is literally touching the battlefield and was a confederate field hospital during the battle of Gettysburg. The farm was the last thing many confederate soldiers ever saw.
The Daniel Lady Farm
Also the location of Lee's War Council, The Daniel Lady Farm was a Confederate field hospital that saw most of it's casualties from Culp's Hill and Benner's Hill. It has three mass burial areas, as well as an amputation barn that still has soldiers' initials carved and preserved into the walls.
General Reynolds Building
General Reynolds' lifeless body was taken to this ouse after suffering a fatal wound on the first day of the battle on July 1st, 1863. Like many of our other locations, this historical building sits on what was once referred to as "No Man's Land" where the streets ran red with blood.
Located right on the outskirts of the battlefields near Pickett's Charge, the Confederate Army was positioned right across the river from Sach's Bridge. Once the battle had ended they retreated across this bridge, walking right past three Confederate deserters, who were executed and displayed for their crimes. The bridge was also used as a field hospital during the three days of battle.
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