Lutheran Theological Seminary Cupola

Lutheran Theological Seminary Cupola

Licensed Battlefield Guide Tim Smith is also the Research Historian for the Adams County Historical Society, located in Schmucker Hall on the campus of the Lutheran Theological Seminary. Tim takes us on a two-part tour of the Lutheran Theological Seminary Cupola that examines Buford’s time in the cuploa on July 1, 1863, as well as giving us an idea of what Buford would have seen from inside the cupola.
Downloadable Files
ZIPPart1HistoricImages.zip
ZIPPart2HistoricImages.zip
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The Adams County Historical Society


Lutheran Theological Seminary Cupola Part 1
Over the years, there has been some question if United States Brigadier-General John Buford used the cupola at the Lutheran Theological Seminary as an observation post…
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Lutheran Theological Seminary Cupola Part 2
Today we show you the panoramas from the cupola of the Lutheran Theological Seminary building, or Schmucker Hall. We’ll show you the panoramas, and then the panoramas with labels on some of the landmarks.
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