Devil's Den

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith are the hosts for our series on Devil’s Den.

A frequent lecturer at Civil War Round Tables, Garry Adelman has appeared as a speaker on HISTORY, C-Span, and Pennsylvania Cable Network. He is the vice president of the Center for Civil War Photography and is a Licensed Battlefield Guide at Gettysburg.

Timothy H. Smith is a native of Baltimore and a life long student of the American Civil War. He is employed as a Licensed Battlefield Guide at the Gettysburg National Military Park and as a research historian at the Adams County Historical Society.

Downloadable Files
ZIPPart2HistoricImages.zip
ZIPPart3HistoricImages.zip
ZIPPart4HistoricImages.zip
ZIPPart5HistoricImages.zip

Devil’s Den Part 1
In today’s Devil’s Den post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Tim Smith and Garry Adelman introduce us to the Devil’s Den series. Garry shows us THE Devil’s Den and the Devil’s Bath.
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Devil’s Den Part 2
In today’s Devil’s Den post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Garry Adelman shows us where the 2nd Georgia Infantry might have attacked through Devil’s Den, the location of the hitching rail, and the Waud Rock.
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Devil’s Den Part 3
In today’s Devil’s Den post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Garry Adelman shows us three rocks by the road and the position of the 4th Maine Monument. Tim Smith shows us a pretty long snake skin.
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Devil’s Den Part 4
In today’s Devil’s Den post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith show us the “Smirking Rock/Smart Ass Rock/Smiley Rock,” the “Trough Rock,” and the location of the Devil’s Den Photography Studio.
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Devil’s Den Part 5
In today’s Devil’s Den post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guides Garry Adelman and Tim Smith show us the location of a pedestrian bridge over Plum Run, the right of way of the Gettysburg Electric Railway (Trolley), and the “Run Up Rock.”
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