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Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Headquarters ~ Gettysburg ~ Pennsylvania ~ General Lee (1807-1870) commanded the 75,000 Confederate troops at the Battle of Gettysburg.  He set up his headquarters at this small house.

Gettysburg ~ Pennsylvania ~ Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Headquarters ~ General Lee commanded the Confederate troops at the Battle of Gettysburg. He set up his headquarters at this small house.

Deemed by the Travel Channel as “one of the most haunted inns in America,” the Farnsworth House Inn takes pride in its history and ghost lore. During the battle of Gettysburg, sharpshooters used to hide in the attic of the house and shoot through the windows. Today, the ghosts of the soldiers, and their victims, have yet to rest in peace. To continue the haunted experience, visitors can take a walk-through to experience looming spirits for themselves, making it a chilling #FallinPA…

Deemed by the Travel Channel as “one of the most haunted inns in America,” the Farnsworth House Inn takes pride in its history and ghost lore. During the battle of Gettysburg, sharpshooters used to hide in the attic of the house and shoot through the wind

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania -- been there so many times. I've got to get back there!

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Visited with my younger brother, father and grandfather in

on top of Little round top at Gettysburg Pennsylvania

Little Round Top, Gettysburg Battlefield- Monument to the NY (my favorite monument!

The Jennie Wade House museum. This door shows bullet holes from the battle of Gettysburg. One of these bullets killed Jennie as she was making bread.

Door of the Jennie Wade House Museum, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The door shows bullet holes from the Battle of Gettysburg. One of these bullets killed civilian Jennie Wade as she was baking bread.

Gettysburg, PA - went for a visit on July 4, 2013, 150 years after the battle. This should be a mandatory trip for every single American.

Gettysburg, PA - went for a visit on July 150 years after the battle. This should be a mandatory trip for every single American.

Visit the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg to learn the story of 20-year-old Jennie Wade, fiancée to Corporal "Jack" Skelly, and the only civilian casualty during the Battle of #Gettysburg. You'll get a first-hand look at the kitchen door still peppered full of bullet holes.

Gettysburg, PA - Jennie Wade House Jennie Wade, fiancée to Corporal "Jack" Skelly, and the only civilian casualty during the Battle of Gettysburg. Kitchen door still peppered full of bullet holes.

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