32nd Massachusetts Field Hospital

32nd Massachusetts Field Hospital

Although many structures in and around the Gettysburg have signs/markers signifying that they were a hospital during or following the battle, few field hospitals approximately 100 yards behind the battlelines are so marked.
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32nd Massachusetts Field Hospital
Part 1

The 32nd Massachusetts fought in this area bordering the Wheatfield on July 2, 1863. Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Ed Suplee shows us their movements.
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32nd Massachusetts Field Hospital
Part 2

In today’s post, he shows us how the field hospital was forced to pull back to the northeast side of Rose’s Wheatfield (THE Wheatfield).
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32nd Massachusetts Field Hospital
Part 3

In today’s final post he shows us where the 32nd entered the Wheatfield to fight for a second time, the hospital at the Jacob Weikert House, and where some members of the 32nd Massachusetts are buried in the Soldiers’ National Cemetery.
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