Lewis and Mary at the Battle of Gettysburg: A True Story

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Lewis B. Walter and Mary Trostle were children growing up near the quiet farming town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On July 1-3, 1863, their lives and the history of the United States of America was forever changed. From a prosperous farming town, to a battlefield, to President Lincoln's address in November 1863, to a National Military Park, the name Gettysburg echoes through time. Lewis and Mary's story is another rich fiber in the tapestry of the Gettysburg story. How they survived, how their family rebuilt the Trostle Farm, and how the Trostle Farm became a piece of the Military Park is fascinating American history.

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