Gettysburg Hospitals

11th Corps at Gettysburg

Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak is the host for our Gettysburg Hospitals program.

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Downloadable Files
PDFHospitalMarkers.pdf ZipPart3HistoricImages.zip
PDFOfficialReport.pdf ZipPart5HistoricImages.zip
ZipPart2HistoricImages.zip ZipPart6HistoricImages.zip

Gettysburg Hospitals Part 1
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak introduces us to the George Spangler Farm which is known as the site where Confederate Brigadier General Lewis Armistead died.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 2
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows some photographs taken on the farm by William Tipton circa the 1880s and in 1906.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 3
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the George Spangler Barn, used by the wounded of both sides.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 4
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the George Spangler House, and the smokehouse.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 5
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the George Spangler Summer Kitchen where Confederate Brigadier General Lewis Armistead died on July 5, 1863.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 6
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the Aaron Sheely, Red Hill, and the property of the Jacob Schwartz Farm.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 7
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us more of the Jacob Schwartz Farm including the Jacob Schwartz Barn.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 8
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the sites of a couple of hospitals on the Taneytown Road, including the Sarah Patterson Farm.
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Gettysburg Hospitals Part 9
In today’s Gettysburg Hospitals’ post, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide Phil Lechak shows us the interior of the Sarah Patterson Barn, built in 1830.
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