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      • Gettysburg National Cemetery is a United States national cemetery created for Union/Federal casualties of the July 1 to 3, 1863 Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War (1861–1865). It is located just outside Gettysburg Borough to the south, in Adams County, Pennsylvania.
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    • Devil's Den. Sketch Artist Alfred Waud in Devil's Den. Alfred Waud sits perched on a rock in Devil’s Den, overlooking the second day’s battlefield in front of him.
    • Rose Woods. Confederate Dead near the Edge of the Rose Woods, Gardner Stereo #257. This view looks southwest, away from the Rose Woods. Three dead soldiers lie next to a large rock.
    • Little Round Top. Little and Big Round Top from the Valley of Death. A photo of Little and Big Round Top, facing southeast. Photographer Matthew Brady can be seen leaning against a tree in the left foreground.
    • Trostle Farm. Trostle House with dead horses from Bigelow's Battery. The historic picture of the Trostle house, held up in the center of the modern picture, shows numerous dead horses from Bigelow's Battery.
  2. Jul 29, 2022 · As of 2008, the National Park Service unit managed 1,320 monuments and markers, 410 cannons, 148 historic buildings, and 41 miles (66 km) of roads (8 miles of them, unpaved). [2] The largest concentration of monuments is at the Gettysburg National Cemetery, where President Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address . Contents 1 About this list

    • McPherson Ridge. The battle begins on July 1, 1863.
    • Eternal Light & Peace Memorial on Oak Hill. Dedicated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on July 3, 1938, the 75 anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, this memorial symbolizes the unity of a once divided nation.
    • Oak Ridge. Climb the observation tower for a panoramic view of this portion of the battlefield. Barlow Knoll. This area doesn’t have a numbered waypoint marker, but it is part of the official driving tour.
    • North Carolina Memorial. One in four of every Confederate soldier killed at the Battle of Gettysburg was a North Carolinian.
  3. Jul 30, 2022 · On November 19, President Lincoln used the dedication ceremony for the Gettysburg National Cemetery to honor the fallen Union soldiers and redefine the purpose of the war in his historic Gettysburg Address . Contents 1 Background 1.1 Military situation 1.2 Initial movements to battle 2 Opposing forces 2.1 Union 2.2 Confederate 3 First day of battle

    • July 1–3, 1863
    • Union victory
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