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  • Prince Street Lancaster, PA 17603
    A short drive from Baltimore and Philadelphia, downtown Lancaster offers over 300 boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, museums and entertainment
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  • Dykeman Rd. Shippensburg, PA 17257
    At this site on June 26, 1863, thousands of Confederate troops camped overnight as they began their invasion of Cumberland County. The next morning troops followed the present-day Walnut Bottom...
  • Cavalry Field Road Gettysburg, PA 17325
    East Cavalry Field was one of the sites that saw fighting on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • 10655 Antrim Church Rd. Greencastle, PA 17225
    717-597-3818
    Monument site in Antrim Township where Enoch Brown (teacher) and 10 scholars were scalped by indians during the Pontiac Rebellion (1764) following the French and Indian War.
  • Fairfield, PA 17320
    Site of the Lee's retreat during the Civil War. After the failure of the Pickett-Pettigrew-Trimble charge on July 3, Lee led the retreat through Fairfield to Monterey Pass over South Mountain. This...
  • 401 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325-2623
    717-334-8838
    Descend the staircase into our Victorian Viewing Parlor in the cellar of Gettysburg's most haunted Inn. Gather around the coffins and hear dramatic stories of the battlefield, as the veils of the...
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  • 31 S. Baltimore Ave., Holly Inn. In Blacktop. Mount Holly Springs, PA 17065-1304
    William Luther Beetem, first Carlisle man to give his life in the Civil War.
  • 170 Locust St. Columbia, PA 17512-1109
    Enjoy a guided tour of the First National Bank Museum. This is one of the few known banks still preserved in its original setting in the U.S. Marvelous details from the bank's working years survive...
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  • 170 Locust St Columbia, PA 17512-1109
    The Columbia national Bank financed the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge which was destroyed by Union Troops rather than allow the Confederate Army to cross.
  • 20 Dickinson Ave. Carlisle, PA 17013-2948
    This is the oldest public building in Carlisle built on the Square in Carlisle between 1769 and 1772. James Wilson, Signer of the Declaration of Independence, belonged to this church as did many...
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