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I think this path near Big Round Top is a good example of why sunlit summer trails have such an appeal. The mishmash of greens and browns isn’t nearly as boring as one might think, and the dappling of light provides a beacon for the journey. One thing: If you intend on hiking these trails, make sure to put up a good defense against ticks and mosquitoes. Both are prevalent on the battlefield, especially during the summer months.
CPL. FRANKLIN N. “FRANK” HALSEY
Born October 21, 1842 --- Died July 01, 1863
Co. F, 147TH New York Infantry
Cpl. Halsey enlisted in August 1862, and was married to Nellie. He was shot in the head at Oak Ridge, and was later buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery. A photo can be found here.
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