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  • Northwest Quadrant of Market Square, Brick over concrete Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Throughout the Civil War, the Union Army depended on Harrisburg as a hub for troops and supplies. Harrisburg's economic and cultural life centered on Market Square.
  • Downtown Marysville Marysville, PA 17053
    717-957-3110
    Marysville, PA is a picturesque town located in the southern tip of Perry County. The 2 1/2 miles square borough is bounded by mountains to the north and the south, by the Susquehanna River to the...
  • 1 Lincoln Cir. at Reservoir Park Harrisburg, PA 17103
    717-260-1861
    The National Civil War Museum is one of the largest museums in the world dedicated solely to the American Civil war. The Museum seeks to tell the whole story of this most troubled chapter in...
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  • East Main and South Market Streets, In Concrete Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    Mechanicsburg was the northernmost town to surrender formally to the Confederacy or face bombardment.
  • 18th and Walnut Streets Harrisburg, PA 17111
    717-255-3020
    Built in 1872, this 85-acre park hosts many year-round activities. Visitors enjoy art galleries, a summer concert series, and a Civil War Museum.
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  • 300 North St. Harrisburg, PA 17120-0101
    717-787-4980
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  • Riverfront Park at Walnut St., In Grass Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Harrisburg made a tempting target as a key transportation hub and large cache of military supplies at nearby Camp Curtin.
  • 47 E. Main St Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-3852
    The Union Church in Mechanicsburg dates from 1825. The Union Church never had a permanent congregation or a regular pastor. Many of Mechanicsburg's congregations used the Union Church as a meeting...
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