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    Civil War in York County, Pa.

    Photos of the people, places, and events related to the Civil War in historic York County, Pennsylvania. More than 11,000 Confederate soldiers and 10,000 Union soldiers passed through here in June and July 1863 in the Gettysburg Campaign.


    Civil War in York County, Pa.

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    This rare Civil War envelope from Camp Scott in York PA sold for $240 on eBay in February 2016.

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    York's old Northern Central Railway station in 1852.

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    1862 draft notice for a man from Manchester Township.

    Civil War Document, York PA, Draft Registration , Manchester

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    1865 DANDY Man GAY Interest? Silk STOVEPIPE Hat SPIFFY FROCK Coat Suit Tax STAMP

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    Mr. E. D. Logan

    Tax STAMP ID'd CIVIL WAR Beauty MRS. E. D. LOGAN Hoopskirt by EVANS & PRINCE cdv

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    TAX Stamp DATE 3-17-1866 Lovely Young LADY Hint of SMILE Hoopskirt by WALLIN, PA

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    TAX Stamp CIVIL WAR Lady TRAVEL TOILETTE Hat CRINOLINE Hoopskirt Travel CAPE cdv

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    eBay listing - rare postcard of the "Farthest East" monument in Wrightsville.

    Wrightsville PA 1913 Postcard Farthest East Confederates Reached Civil War GAR

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    The Wrightsville Burning of the Bridge diorama on Hellam Street is open on Sunday afternoons from 1 until 4. Low cost, educational.

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    Civil War memorial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Hanover, Pa.

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    The York #17 at historic Hanover Junction in June 2013.

    Did you know? 150 Civil War facts about York County, Pa.: Part 6

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    "The Picket" Civil War Memorial postcard from Hanover, Pa.

    Civil War postcard from Hanover, Pa.

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    CDV Civil War Era Hoop Gathered front Dress with soutache braid, belt buckle, Sheaffer's Hanover PA | eBay

    CDV Civil War Era Hoop Dress Plain Black Ethnic Dress - Sheaffer's Hanover PA

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    This photograph captured President Lincoln at Hanover, Pennsylvania on his way to deliver a few remarks at the dedication of a national cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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    The Hanover Junction (Hanover, Pennsylvania) Railroad Station in 1863.

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    Photo by Sonny Eline. One of the Civil War wayside markers in Hanover, Pennsylvania. This one recounts how the town took care of the wounded after the battle.

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    Samuel Weaver supervised the exhumation of Union soldiers from the battlefield and surrounding communities so that they could be reburied in Gettysburg’s National Cemetery. Here he is in Hanover, Pennsylvania, supervising the removal of bodies from the cemetery at the Trinity Reformed Church near York Street. Samuel Weaver is the shorter person on the far right with the long beard and notebook in his hand. The building with the cupola in the background is the Hanover Public School Building.

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    eBay | PHOTOGRAPHER: CHAS. E. WALLIN & CO. OF YORK, PENNSYLVANIA 3-CENT PROPRIETARY U.S. INTERNAL REVENUE TAX STAMP

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    eBay | PHOTOGRAPHER: CHAS. E. WALLIN & CO. OF YORK, PENNSYLVANIA 3-CENT PROPRIETARY U.S. INTERNAL REVENUE TAX STAMP

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    Man with One Leg on Crutches - Carte de Visite: by Chas. E. Wallin & Co. of York, Pennsylvania has a green 3 cent revenue stamp on the back. This means that it was taken during the American Civil War. The man with one empty pants leg pinned up might be a veteran returned from the war.

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    eBay | PHOTOGRAPHER: CHAS. E. WALLIN & CO. OF YORK, PENNSYLVANIA 3-CENT PROPRIETARY U.S. INTERNAL REVENUE TAX STAMP

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    Edmund Spangler (August 10, 1825 – February 7, 1875), also known as Edman, Edward, and Ned Spangler, was originally from York, Pennsylvania, but he spent the majority of his life in the Baltimore, Maryland area. Convicted of conspiracy in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, he was employed at Ford's Theatre at the time of Abraham Lincoln's murder.

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    1860's Civil War era CDV photograph & revenue tax stamp York Pennsylvania (dress is made of two different fabrics)

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    York County carpenter of the Civil War era; photo by Henry Barratt.

    Orig. Barratt York PA CDV Of A Civil War Era Carpenter

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    MOM WITH 2 YOUNG CHILDREN DRESSED ALIKE, CIVIL WAR ERA,YORK PA, CDV | eBay

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