140 Places Every Guide Should Know

140 Places Every Guide Should Know

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne is the author for our 140 Places Every Guide Should Know series.

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Marker to John Page Nicholson
140 Places Part 1
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne introduces the series and shows us the Gettysburg Legislation Plaque/Marker, and the locations where three African American families lived on the battlefield at the time of the Gettysburg Campaign.
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2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment monument
140 Places Part 2
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the marker for John Page Nicholson, Meade Avenue, and the Stockton Rock outside of the “inner angle” of the stone wall.
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Lieutenant T. Fred Brown
140 Places Part 3
In our today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us Brown’s Gate, the Gibbon Tree, and the first Confederate flag depicted on a Gettysburg monument.
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George Washington Sandoe
140 Places Part 4
In today’s 140 Places post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us where George Washington Sandoe fell and was buried, and provides us new information on the A.L. Coble rock carving.
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Fred Hawthorne in Evergreen Cemetery
140 Places Part 5
In today’s 140 Places post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthone shows us the Hampton Battery Rock and graves of soldiers in Evergreen Cemetery who were buried by Elizabeth Thorn.
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Gettysburg Trinity United Church of Christ
140 Places Part 6
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the grave of Lieutenant Colonel Emmor B. Cope, and the three burial places of Jennie or Ginny Wade.
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Water tanks of the Gettysburg Municipal Authority
140 Places Part 7
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us some rarely seen Ohio flank markers on Cemetery Hill, the burial location of Confederate remains stored in the Rosensteel Museum and those found in the railroad cut, and the grave of Medal of Honor recipient William Miller.
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Fred Hawthorne in the National Cemetery
140 Places Part 8
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the Collis Monument and some Confederate graves in the National Cemetery.
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Muzzle of a rifled napoleon
140 Places Part 9
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us two of the “rifled napoleons” displayed at Gettysburg National Military Park, and the location of the speaker’s stand on November 19, 1863.
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Fred Hawthorne
140 Places Part 10
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the location of the first aid station of the 32nd Massachusetts, the oldest marker outside of the National Cemetery, and the Semmes Rocks.
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Advance Marker for the 27th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
140 Places Part 11
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the location of the Advance Marker for the 27th Connecticut Infantry Regiment, and the Brooke Rock.
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Eastern foundation wall for the Timbers Farm
140 Places Part 12
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the Timbers’ House Foundation, and the rock on which some bodies of field officers in the 124th New York were placed during the fighting near Devil’s Den on July 2, 1863.
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Devil's Den
140 Places Part 13
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the “P. Noel” carving and the “Big Rocks” of Devil’s Den.
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Batteries B and L Second United States Artillery monument
140 Places Part 14
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us Houck’s Ridge and the location of the Granite Schoolhouse.
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Gettysburg-Hanover Railroad Station
140 Places Part 15
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the Western Maryland Railroad Station, one of the the houses that Captain Dwight D. Eisenhower stayed in while he commanded Camp Colt during World War I, Pennsylvania Hall and the President’s House on the Gettysburg College Campus.
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Fred Hawthorne with the statue of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
140 Places Part 16
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the Gettysburg College office of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Coster Avenue, and the Stratton Street houses containing artillery shells.
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An Incident of Gettysburg–The Last Thought of a Dying Father
140 Places Part 17
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the monument to Amos Humiston, and the location of the German Reformed Church and the Adams County, Prison.
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Fred Hawthorne
140 Places Part 18
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the High Street School, the buildings built as memorials to the 25th and 50th anniversaries of the battle, and Penelope.
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Ginnie Wade house plaque
140 Places Part 19
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the three houses associated with Jennie Wade. We will do them backwards with the house where she died shown first, and the house where she was born shown last.
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The Wagon Hotel
140 Places Part 20
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the site of the Wagon Hotel, where a false artillery shell was once located at Twin Sycamores, and the location of the Harvey Sweney House.
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Old Methodist Church Parsonage
140 Places Part 21
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the site of the Stock House, the Garlach House, and the old Methodist Parsonage.
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The Fahnestock Brothers Store
140 Places Part 22
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the site of the Fahnestock House, artillery shells in the McClean House, and the Wills Building.
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Christ Lutheran Church
140 Places Part 23
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the site of the Christ Lutheran Church, and artillery shells in the Gettysburg Academy Building, and the David Troxell House.
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Daniel Sickles
140 Places Part 24
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us places around the Trostle Farm including the Sickles wounding site, Cora, and the artillery shell in the Trostle kitchen.
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Fred Hawthorne near the David Acheson Rock
140 Places Part 25
In today’s 140 Places Every Guide Should Know post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne shows us the Captain David Acheson Rock and some James Rifles marking the position of the 2nd Connecticut Light Battery.
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