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Pennsylvania Memorial, Gettysburg National Military Park
Antietam National Battlefield. Sharpsburg, Maryland
Battleground National Cemetery, Washington, D.C.
The Harper's were slave owners, though only a few, who were sheltered in a small cabin like this one...
The Harper House...
Bentonville - "In 1865, a local market for naval stores (tar, pitch, and turpentine).  Bentonville gives name to the battle fought nearby, March 19-21, 1865.  Confederates concentrated here the day before the battle.  As they retreated on March 22, they burned all stocks of naval stores.  Union forces occupied the village March 22-24."  -Summary from nearby Historic Marker
Mower's Charge & Johnston's Headquarters - March 18-21 - Commanding Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston established his headquarters here, near the spot marked by the sign on the left, on the eve of the battle.  It was located here throughout the engagement, at least until an attack by Mower's Division advanced to within 200 yards of it on the 3rd day...
Union Headquarters - Days 2 & 3 - General Sherman made his headquarters here during the second and third days of the battle...
View from Little Round Top. Gettysburg National Military Park
General Meade statue, Gettysburg National Military Park
Pennsylvania Memorial, Gettysburg National Military Park

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Pennsylvania Memorial, Gettysburg National Military Park
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