8th Pennsylvania Cavalry at Pennsylvania Monument, Gettysburg, PA

8th Cavalry Monument of Capt. William A. Corrie, Division 2, Brigade 2. Located on Cemetery Ridge with the Pennsylvania Monument. Taken on the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg address with a war reenactment. Because of the US Government shutdown by right wing extremist, the reenactment did not happen here at the Pennsylvanian Monument. The American Civil War fought from 1861 to 1865 was the bloodiest conflict in American history. At Gettysburg was the war's bloodiest battle with 51,000 casualties.

Copyright: Allan Der
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6252x3126
Taken: 19/10/2013
Uploaded: 23/10/2013
Updated: 13/10/2014


Tags: abraham lincoln; address; american; battle; bloody; calvary; captain william a. corrie; cemetery ridge; civil; conflict; gettysburg; history; monument; pa; pennsylvania; reenactment; war
  • Allan Der over 1 year ago
    The rider was holding a riffle, probably broken off by vandals/kids, why are people so destructive of symbols, history, culture?
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