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(October 2007) Evergreen Cemetery. Monument and grave of James Getty, founder of Gettysburg
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(October 2007) Enlarge Old Railroad Station (1858). This building on Carlisle Street which had housed the Visitor Center has been repainted and restored and is open to the public. Abraham Lincoln arrived here on November 18, 1863 and was taken to the nearby Wills home for the night as a guest of attorney David Wills

During the war this building was used as a hospital and many wounded soldiers departed from it


(October 2007) Enlarge David Wills House. In October 2007 the Wills house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was being restored by the National Park Service to house a new museum and visitor center as part of the Gettysburg National Military Park and scheduled to open in September 2008


(October 2007) Enlarge Lincoln spent the night of November 18, 1863 in the second floor guest bedroom located above the light in this view where it is thought he finished his Gettysburg Address speech which was given the following day


(October 2007) Enlarge Cashtown, PA. This building built in 1791 houses the Cashtown Inn now operated as a B & B


(October 2007) Interpretive marker near the inn
Marker 2 at the inn

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