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

Summit of Little Round Top.

Little Round Top, from Devil's Den, Gettysburg, U.S.A.

Little Round Top. Swamp and breastworks in foreground.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

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

Little Round Top, from Devil's Den, Gettysburg, U.S.A.

Little Round Top. Swamp and breastworks in foreground.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Summit of Little Round Top.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

The valley of death, from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

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

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

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

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

The valley of death, from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

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

North from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

North from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

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

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

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

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

North from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

The valley of death, from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

Little Round Top, from Devil's Den, Gettysburg, U.S.A.

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

Little Round Top. Swamp and breastworks in foreground.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Summit of Little Round Top.

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

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

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

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

North from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

From Little Round Top, overloooking the Valley of Death.

The valley of death, from Little Round Top, Gettysburg.

Little Round Top, from Devil's Den, Gettysburg, U.S.A.

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

Little Round Top. Swamp and breastworks in foreground.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Natural fortifications on Little Round Top.

Summit of Little Round Top.

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

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

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

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

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