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"The Dead and Dying Were All Around Us"
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The story of Lydia and Hugh Ziegler, two children living in the Lutheran Theological Seminary at the time of the battle. They witnessed the building being used as a field hospital during and long after the Battle of Gettysburg.

Author: Lydia Ziegler Clare & Hugh Ziegler
Publisher: Adams County Historical Society
Publish Date: 2013
The Story of Lee's Headquarters, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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After many years as a battlefield guide and researcher at the Adams County Historical Society, Tim Smith has compiled a concise history of the building featured throughout the novel "Killer Angels" and movie "Gettysburg". At one time owned by Thaddeus Stevens and known more popularly as the Thompson house, this was a significant feature on the first day's battlefield. The book is a history of the house and land, the severe fighting that occurred around the house, Mary Thompson, her family and descendants, and the controversy surrounding the actual site of General Robert E. Lee's headquarters.

Author: Timothy H. Smith
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 1996
ISBN: 9780939631858
Gettysburg By the Numbers
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Published by the Adams County Historical Society, this little book has a lot of helpful information about the Battle of Gettysburg.

Publisher:
Adams County Historical Society
Publish Date: 2006
History of Company K: The Boys Who Fought At Home
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Reprint of the original 1891 book on the company of infantrymen who came from the town and fought in the Battle of Gettysburg, written by their captain. Now honored with a monument on the town square in Gettysburg, these men were recruited and enlisted in Adams County and later found themselves in the unique situation of fighting in and around their hometowns. During the battle they took part in a charge down what is now known as "Little Round Top."

Author: Henry W. Minnigh
Publisher: Thomas Publications
ISBN: 9781577470403
The Early Gettysburg Battlefield: Selected Photographs from the Gettysburg National Military Park Commission Reports, 1895-1904
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Author: Adelman, Garry E.
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 2001
ISBN: 9781577470731
First Day at Gettysburg: A Walking Tour
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A walking tour (actually three) that cover the entire first day of the battlefield. Each includes many stops along the traditional avenues and optional excursions to remote sites off the beaten trail. Take the time to walk the battlefield! It is good exercise, and if you have to exercise, you might as well do it on a Civil War battlefield. Additionally, walking gives you an unhurried experience that will allow your senses to take in much more than any auto tour. The monuments and the landscape will reveal many secrets to those taking the time to look!

Author: James E. Thomas
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 2005
ISBN: 9781577471196
The Gettysburg Then and Now Companion
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Like its predecessor, this tour of historic sites on the Gettysburg battlefield and surrounding area offers both a glimpse into the past as well as modern views of each photographic site and includes more previously unpublished views of the field.

Author: William A. Frassanito
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 1997
ISBN: 9781577470182
Gettysburg Then and Now: Touring with Old Photos, 1863-1889
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This tour of historic sites on the Gettysburg battlefield and surrounding area offers both a glimpse into the past as well as modern views of each photographic site. Includes previously unpublished views of the field.

Author: William A. Frassanito
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 1996
ISBN: 9781577470038
Farms at Gettysburg: The Fields of Battle
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A look at farms which were involved in the Battle of Gettysburg. This work contains 90 images, many of which appear in print for the first time. The bulk of the images illustrated are from the collections of the Adams County Historical Society. The book is 56 pages. This work is signed by the author.

Author:
Smith, Timothy H.
Publisher: Thomas Publications
Publish Date: 2007
ISBN: 978-1-57747-125-7
Beyond the Gatehouse: Gettysburg's Evergreen Cemetery
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In November of 2000, the first publication on the cemetery's history became available for purchase. Beyond the Gatehouse: Gettysburg's Evergreen Cemetery contains summaries of the lives of many of the notable people buried in Evergreen and an overview of the history of the cemetery. The book includes a map of the cemetery so visitors may easily find the gravesites of the chosen subjects. The soft cover guide was written by Brian Kennell, the eighth superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery who has lived at the cemetery gatehouse since 1976.

Author: Brian A. Kennell
Publisher: Evergreen Cemetery Association
Publish Date: 2000
ISBN: 9780966477207