THE STORY OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS, GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA

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Item Code: ST501152

By Timothy H. Smith. Thomas Publications, 1995. Softcover, 92 pages. 5 ½” x 8 ½”.

A history of the house and land, the severe fighting that occurred around the house, Mary Thompson, her family and descendants, and the controversy surrounding the actual site of Gen. Robert E. Lee's headquarters, as written by a licensed battlefield guide.

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