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I could be wrong, but that large rock just doesn’t look like it belongs. I do really like the combination of rock wall and wooden fence, so typically Gettysburg, and the contrast between earthy browns and grays. This was taken at Stevens Knoll, looking out over the fields where Hays’ Tigers charged toward East Cemetery Hill on the night of July 2nd. Maybe someday I’ll find out if that rock actually does grow there naturally or if someone put it there to be aesthetically pleasing :-)
PVT. ELI ALBERT HAIN
Co. H, 82nd Ohio Infantry
Born February 06, 1843 --- Died July 01/03, 1863 at age 20
Pvt. Hain enlisted in October 1862 when still in his teens. He was mortally wounded at Gettysburg and later buried at the National Cemetery.
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