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  • Civil War Saga

    Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse after the battle of Gettysburg, circa July 1863. #civilwar

  • Tom Asby

    The Civil War era captured on camera (98 Photos)

  • thekingswarrior

    6) Incidents of war. Gettysburg, Pa., The cemetery gatehouse- The Battle of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (July 1–July 3, 1863), was the largest battle of the American Civil War as well as the largest battle ever fought in North America, involving around 85,000 men.Casualties at Gettysburg totaled 23,049 for the Union (3,155 dead, 14,529 wounded, 5,365 missing). Confederate casualties were 28,063 (3,903 dead, 18,735 injured, and 5,425 missing), more than a third of Lee’s army.

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1.) Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg, PA: Gettysburg was one of the hardest fought battles of the Civil War. In the battlefield's cemetery there are often sightings of the apparition of a barefoot man in Texas militia garb who walks from the cemetery to Devil's Den every night. Supposedly he also talks to his witnesses, saying "What you’re looking for is over there,” before pointing towards Plum Run and then vanishing.