ECW Weekender: Gettysburg Off The Beaten Path

Modern view of the Benner Farm.

Heading to Gettysburg this weekend or in the near future?

We’ve pulled Kris White’s series Gettysburg Off The Path from the archives for the weekender feature. If you’re looking for some unique stories and places to explore at Gettysburg, this is for you! And if you’ve visited some of these places, leave a comment and let us know which ones…

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Reintroduced

Gettysburg: Off the Beaten Path: The “Wounding” of Richard Ewell

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Bliss Farm

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The First Shot Marker

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Josiah Benner Farm

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Jones Artillery Line

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Fahnestock Building

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Rock of the 40th New York

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Fall of Harrison Jeffords

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Death of Colonel Charles Taylor

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Vincent’s Rock

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Death of William Barksdale

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Wounding Site of Daniel Sickles

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Hood’s Protest and Howe Avenue

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The 27th Connecticut Monuments at Gettysburg

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Wesley Culp

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Benner’s Hill

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Eagle Hotel and Christ Lutheran Church

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Colors of the 149th Pennsylvania

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Capture of James Archer

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: Moritz Tavern

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The First Federal Cannon Shot

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The Death of George W. Sandoe

Gettysburg Off the Beaten Path: The 26th Pennsylvania Emergency Militia Monuments

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3 Responses to ECW Weekender: Gettysburg Off The Beaten Path

  1. billhenck says:

    This is cool stuff. Thank you.

  2. Mike Busovicki says:

    These are fantastic! There is *always* something more to discover at Gettysburg!

  3. Max Terman says:

    Where did the Confederates keep the thousands of Union prisoners of war captured in the town of Gettysburg on July 1 1863? I suspect in a field to the west of Gettysburg behind Seminary Ridge but in my research have found little information on this handling of the high numbers of Union prisoners (including my ancestor in the 82 Ohio, 11th Corps).

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