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The summit of Barlow's Knoll on the battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Here Union Brig. Gen. Francis Barlow was ordered to protect the right flank of the army on Oak Ridge on the first day of the fighting. Barlow chose this high ground for his position but got too far in front of his support and was overrun by troops from Georgia. General Barlow was wounded in the fight. 

Description Source - Library of Congress

Year - 1910 - 1915

Summit of Barlow's Knoll at Gettysburg

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