Adams County Civil War Taverns

Adams County Civil War Taverns

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman is our host for the series on Adams County Civil War Taverns.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 1
In today’s post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman begins his series on Adams County Civil War Taverns. He starts at the Graffenberg Tavern on South Mountain in Franklin Township.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 2
In today’s post, Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman continues his tavern tour by showing the location of Newman’s Tavern. He also describes a “bushwacking” incident on June 23, 1863.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 3
In today’s Adams County Civil War Taverns’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman shows us the Willow Springs Hotel, the junction of the Hilltown Road and the Chambersburg Pike, and the location of Mary Bruch’s Tavern.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 4
In today’s Taverns’ post, John Winkleman shows us the Cashtown Inn, McKnightown’s Latshaw’s Tavern/Miller’s Tavern, and the Seven Stars Tavern.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 5
In today’s Adams County Civil War Taverns’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman shows us Herr’s Tavern located on Herr’s Ridge.
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Adams County Civil War Taverns Part 6
In today’s Adams County Civil War Taverns’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide John Winkleman shows us Bream’s Hill and the Black Horse Tavern.
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