Gone but not Forgotten~ Gettysburg National Cemetery

The Gettysburg National Cemetery is the final resting place of more than 3500 Union soldiers killed in the Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863.

On November 19, 1863 the cemetery held a dedication ceremony. President Lincoln was asked to say a few words. His two-minute speech became known as The Gettysburg Address, one of the most highly regarded speeches in American History.

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Gettysburg National Cemetery is but one of our national landmarks that pay tribute to those who are gone but not forgotten.

19 thoughts on “Gone but not Forgotten~ Gettysburg National Cemetery

  1. Beautiful photo! I have a distant cousin (as many of us do) that died in this battle in July 1863. I have a letter that he wrote to his mother and sister before his death. His name was James Henry Triplett. Gone, but not forgotten.


  2. I’ve been to Gettysburg several times since I live about three hours away. I’ve never seen it surrounded by such glorious colors. Beautiful photograph of hallowed ground.


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