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    • Ashley Landis

      East Cemetery Hill - Gettysburg, PA. I have only been here like twice, which is weird since i live like 30 minutes away.

    • Bennett Toyota

      East Cemetery Hill in Gettysburg #gettysburg #battlefields #history #cemetary #bennetttoyota #allentown #pennsylvania

    • Rebecca Haftmann

      East Cemetery Hill - Gettysburg, PA. We took our daughters here, when they were in high school and this summer we are taking our 13 year old grandson.

    • Nancy Shour

      Winter in Gettysburg, PA. The one season I have not visited the Park. Bucket List or maybe I will apparate!! [NCS]

    • visit PA

      Plan a visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield this winter to embrace the tranquility of this historic site. #PASnowDays

    • Gaby Salinas

      Plan a visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield this winter to enjoy winter scenery like this.

    • Bev Arnold

      East Cemetery Hill - Gettysburg, PA - Gettysburg, one of my favorite "hometown" areas.

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      ❤ East Cemetery Hill - Gettysburg, PA

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    robfromamersfoort (33 months ago | reply) It is indeed shot in 1855 (or maybe 1854). This is Mrs Rogers, a nurse during the Crimean War (like Florence Nightingale). She was the wife of a soldier, and she was nursing, washing and cooking under severe circumstances.