Battle Map of Gettysburg


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The Battle of Gettysburg

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Below we present an original Battle Map of the Battle of Gettysburg.  The map was printed in July, 1863, at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg.  The map shows the roads, railroads, mountains, and other geographical landmarks around the city of Gettysburg.  Washington DC can be seen on the map as well.

We acquired this original 140+ year old map for the purpose of digitally archiving it on this site for your research and enjoyment.  If you would like to obtain this original map, it is available for a price of $225. Your purchase allows us to continue to expand the free resources on this site, and allows us to keep this site free of annoying pop-ups.

Original Map of the Battle of Gettysburg



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