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A History and Guide. Garry E. Adelman & Timothy H. Smith. This detailed history of one of the Civil War's most fascinating and mysterious places was written by two licensed Gettysburg battlefield guides, and includes rare period photographs and a guided tour section. "…has everything going for it: good writing, excellent maps, and quality photographic reproduction. The volume will be of use to both experts and novices alike. I highly recommend this volume…" - Civil War News. 168 pgs., 100 B&W photos, 15 maps, 8½"x 11", sfbd.


Devil's Den: A History and Guide

Devil's Den & Little Round Top


Beautiful framed piece features two Gettysburg prints along with U.S. and CSA patches. Hazlett's Battery presents the view from Little Round Top as it looked to the men of the 5th U.S. Artillery fighting to hold it. In Little Round Top and The Valley of Death, Federals and Confederates clash from Houck's Ridge, through the Valley of Plum Run, to the slopes of Little Round Top. Measures 15¾"x 22" including matte and wood frame.
 

Books and Videos containing Photos of Historic Gettysburg


Early Photography at Gettysburg

Frassanito. The long-awaited companion to Gettysburg: A Journey in Time. In the 20 years since Journey, Frassanito has uncovered many more never-before published photos of people and places significant to Gettysburg's early history as well as new information on commonly known photos.


Gettysburg, Then & Now: Touring the Battlefield With Old Photos

 


The Gettysburg Then and Now Companion

 

Devil's Den Gettysburg, the scene of horrific fighting during the American Civil War in 1863.
If you haven't been to Gettysburg's Devil's Den in a while, it may look a little different to you when you visit again. One of the many National Park's restoration projects, is to eliminate trees and tree lines that were not present during the Battle of Gettysburg. This allows the visitor to better understand what the armies saw in 1863, without the hindrance of present day tree lines that sprung up over the last 140 years. Below is a new picture of the way Devil's Den looks today.

Devil's Den photo before restoration.
Devils Den photo
Devil's Den from the Valley of Death.
Gettysburg NMP
Devil's Den photo from March 2005.
Devil's Den Picture

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