New 4x6 Civil War Photo: South View Of Town Before Gettysburg Address Ceremony
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New 4x6 Civil War Photo: South View Of Town Before Gettysburg Address Ceremony:
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Title -View of Town before Cemetery Dedication
Description - Crowd and marching troops on way to cemetery for dedication ceremony for the new Soldier's National Cemetery at Gettysburg. It was during this event that President Abraham Lincoln gave his now-famous "Gettysburg Address". Crowds gather around troops marching down the Baltimore pike.
Description Source - Library of Congress
Year - November 19, 1863
SKU - GB-0168
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- 4"x6" (approximate)
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- Acid free to prevent yellowing
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