The Trostle House, taken where the 9th Massachusetts battery was cut up. Dead horses and debris still laying in the yard. It was in this area of the battlefield where Union General Dan Sickles was wounded, losing his leg. 

Description Source - Library of Congress

Year - 1863

Trostle House on the Battlefield of Gettysburg

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