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Battle of Gettysburg, Pa.

Group of dead horses in Trostle's farm-yard.

Rebel shot lodged in Union gun at Gettysburg.

Dead at Little Round Top, position of Berdan sharp-shooters.

The woods from which the 2nd Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

The woods to right from which 2d Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

The Rostrum, Soldier's National Cemetery.

Federal breastworks on Culp's Hill, position carried by Confederates. July 2, 1863.

Federal breastworks on Culp's Hill.

Effects of Union shot and shell on Culp's Hill.

Soldiers' National Cemetery, general view from Lodge.

View at Devil's Den, '63.

View at Devil's Den, '63.

Entrance to National Cemetery.

Model for the Meade statue by Bailey.

Battle-field of Gettysburg - inside view of the Gate-way of the Soldier's National Cemetary.

Position occupied by a rebel sharpshooter in rear of "Devil's Den," and the place he lost his life.

Little Round Top. Swamp and breastworks in foreground.

Charge of the 19th Regiment, battle of Gettysburg.

Wall charged by Pickett, S. to Round Top, the war's "High Water Mark" of clump of trees, Gettysburg.

Wall charged by Pickett, S. to Round Top, the war's "High Water Mark" of clump of trees, Gettysburg.

From Seminary Ridge S.E. to Penn. College, Gettysburg, used as a hospital during battle.

Forget not the fallen. 3,590 of the great battle's dead, New York State Monument, Gettysburg.

Looking down the stream from above the dam on Rock Creek.

Natural protections for our men on Rock Creek.

Nigger Head on Round Top from the south side.

Looking down the glen from the Devil's Den.

Looking up between the rocks at the Devil's Den.

The Devil's Den from above.

Head Sanitary Commission at Gen. Hospital Gettysburg.

From cupola of Theological Seminary, looking southeast in National Cemetery.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Monument in Soldiers' National Cemetery.

Redans on east Cemetery Hill, position of Union batteries.

View from Battlefield Observatory.

Summit of Little Round Top.

John L. Burns.

From the Battlefield Observatory, Soldiers' Nat. Cemetery.

View of Gettysburg from the Artesian well.

Section of unknown graves, Nat. Cemetery.

91st Pa. Vol. tablet on Little Round Top, looking across Valley of Death to Wheatfield, Peach Orchard, &c.

Calvary Shaft, Rummel's Farm.

Jennie Wade, killed at Gettysburg.

17th Penn's Cavalry Monument.

40th N.Y. Inft. Monument, Devil's Den.

Tree showing effects of shell, Culp's Hill.

Looking over boulders of Devil's Den to Little Round Top.

90th Penn. Inf., Reynold's Ave., Gettysburg, Pa.

5th Maine Stevens' Battery, near Culp Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

National Monument, Gettysburg, Pa.

Stereoscopic views of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

1st N.Y., Bat. K, S.E. of Stannard's Column, Gettysburg, Pa.

The spring near Devil's Den, Gettysburg, Pa.

Devil's Den, Gettysburg, Pa., June 25, 1892. [Group posing at Devil's Den.]

Battles of Gettysburg.

Battles of Gettysburg.

View of breastworks on Round Top, the hill which formed our extreme left at the Battle of Gettysburg.

View of breastworks on Round Top, the hill which formed our extreme left at the Battle of Gettysburg.

View around Abraham Trossel's house, near centre of battlefield of Gettysburg.

View of breast-works on Round Top, Gettysburg.

Slaughter Pen on left wing at Battle of Gettysburg.

Dead Confederate sharpshooters of Hood's Division among the rocks in Devil's Den in front of Little Round Top.

The "Seminary" at Gettysburg.

Dead Confederate sharpshooters of Hood's Division among the rocks in Devil's Den in front of Little Round Top.

The Slaughter Pen at Gettysburg.

General Meade's headquarters at Gettysburg.

In Trossel's barnyard, Gettysburg [showing dead animals].

The horrors of war. [Dead Union soldier at Gettysburg.]

On the battlefield at Gettysburg. [Union dead.]

Battle of Gettysburg: descriptive march

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Breastworks on left wing, Gettysburg.

General view of National Cemetry [Cemetery].

Round Top Gettysburg.

Pickett's Charge, Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., U.S.A.

Stereoscopic views of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Dead Union soldier, arm torn off and disemboweled.

Stereoscopic views of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

During Pickett's Charge. [Penna.?] Brig[ade] in action.

A view to the right of Angle along the stone wall.

The death of Lt. Cushing.

Union batteries hurrying into action.

Taking prisoners.

General Harrow at Gettysburg.

General Harrow wounded.

Convalescence at [Genl?] Hospital. [View of soldiers in front of the tents at Camp Letterman General Hospital.]

Charge of the Penna. Reserves.

Pickett's Charge, 3rd day's fight.

Battle of Gettysburg July 2 1863.

View of dead at Devil's Den.

Dead soldiers near Wheatfield.

North from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

Battery B, East Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg, Pa.

From the Panorama of the Battle of Gettysburg. Gen Gibbon's Brigade repelling Pickett's Charge.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

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