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Site of the mortal wounding of General Armistead on July 3, 1863. Codori farm and monument to the 72nd PA in the distance

Site of the mortal wounding of General Armistead on July 3, 1863. Codori farm and monument to the 72nd PA in the distance

Where Major General Winfield Scott Hancock Fell wounded

Where Major General Winfield Scott Hancock Fell wounded

c. 1898  Marion, Indiana — Veterans eat their meals in the dining hall of the National Soldiers' Home, a facility for the care of disabled American veterans, many from the Civil War. How the last American Civil War veterans lived, loved and died.

How the last American Civil War veterans lived, loved and died

c. 1898 Marion, Indiana — Veterans eat their meals in the dining hall of the National Soldiers' Home, a facility for the care of disabled American veterans, many from the Civil War. How the last American Civil War veterans lived, loved and died.

General Lewis Armisteads monument where he fell

General Lewis Armisteads monument where he fell

The Trostle Farm at Gettysburg -- just after the battle and now. [Many people tend to forget that thousands of horses were casualties.]

The Trostle Farm at Gettysburg -- just after the battle and now. [Many people tend to forget that thousands of horses were casualties.]

True Civil War Ghost | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

True Civil War Ghost | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

from an American Civil War date Collidge U.S. Army field surgeon's companion

from an American Civil War date Collidge U.S. Army field surgeon's companion

Major General Kilpatrick

Major General Kilpatrick

The summer kitchen at the George Spangler Farm. During the fierce days of fighting in July 1863, the kitchen took a completely different role. Many historians believe that Confederate General Lewis Armistead died in the summer kitchen after being treated at the Spangler Farm for wounds he suffered during Pickett's Charge. The Gettysburg Foundation has completely preserved this incredible structure so that visitors can stand where General Armistead most likely spent his final moments.

The summer kitchen at the George Spangler Farm. During the fierce days of fighting in July 1863, the kitchen took a completely different role. Many historians believe that Confederate General Lewis Armistead died in the summer kitchen after being treated at the Spangler Farm for wounds he suffered during Pickett's Charge. The Gettysburg Foundation has completely preserved this incredible structure so that visitors can stand where General Armistead most likely spent his final moments.

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