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  • 1820 Red Bridge Rd. New Oxford, PA 17350-9641
    717-624-8176
    The 1863 Gettysburg Civilians: Hear their stories! Experience their Drama! Step back in time with American Stories and experience the drama of the 1863 civilians as they are surrounded by the...
  • 146 Carlisle St. Hanover, PA 17331
    717-637-6130
    One of the reasons General Robert Lee failed to gain victory at Gettysburg might have been the unplanned encounter at Hanover. Come trace the footsteps of the Battle of Hanover in a self-guided...
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  • 233 Frederick St Hanover, PA 17331-3602
    Telegraph operator Daniel Trone knew he'd be a target during the Battle of Hanover, so he hid his equipment in a loft and left two broken sets on a table in his office as decoys before fleeing....
  • 2 Library Pl., Guthrie Memorial Library. In grass. Hanover, PA 17331-2261
    During the Army of Northern Virginia's two-week raid on Pennsylvania, thousands of barrels of flour, 30,000 cattle and 20,000 horses and mules were confiscated.
  • Hanover, PA 17331
    Custer's troops helped push the Confederate cavalry of J.E.B. Stuart out of Hanover delaying Stuart's arrival at Gettysburg.
  • 116 York St Hanover, PA 17331-3126
    717-637-2233
    Bodies of the Union cavalrymen killed or mortally wounded in Hanover on June 30, 1863 were buried in the German Reformed Cemetery; later exhumed, and reburied in the National Cemetery at Gettysburg...
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  • 105 High St. Hanover, PA 17331
    717-632-5199
    Come visit Hanover Square and monuments of the Civil War. Best to visit in the Spring and Summer. Plan a full day to explore all that Hanover Square has to offer.
  • Low Dutch Rd. & Hanover Rd. Gettysburg, PA 19147
    This Confederate brigade marker reads, "C. S. A. ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA, STUART'S CAVALRY DIVISION, JENKINS' BRIGADE, 14th 16th 17th Virginia Cavalry and 34th 36th Virginia Cavalry Battalions....
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  • Hanover, PA 17331
    John and William Hoffacker - casualties of war.
  • 725 Baltimore St. Hanover, PA 17331-4127
    717-637-5294
    Final resting place of Civil War pioneer newspaperwoman Mary Shaw Leader, and Corporal John Hoffacker, a soldier killed in the Battle of Hanover. One can also view the Soldiers' Memorial with...
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