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Harrisburg Cemetery by CivilWarTrails

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2.22 Gigapixels
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Sep 05, 2007
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Sep 04, 2007

GigapanMagazine.org Will open in a new tab or window vol 3 issue 2

Chartered in 1845, here is established Harrisburg’s oldest and largest Cemetery, with period Carpenter Gothic-styled caretaker’s house, as the final resting place of many noted individuals of national, state and local importance. Soldiers from all American Wars, including the Revolutionary War (reinterred) and Civil War, as well as Confederate prisoners from the Battle of Gettysburg who died in Harrisburg hospitals, are reposed here. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the 30-acre Harrisburg Cemetery is one of the few cemeteries in Pennsylvania to hold such a distinction.

Panorama by Jeb Stuart / Jackson Lattimore

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  1. Dave

    Dave (December 17, 2007, 02:49PM )

    Carpenter Gothic-styled caretaker’s house was completed and remains to this day in its original form with floor plan in the sign of a cross. In all actually It was originally an X with one of the ends extended at a later time giving it the cross you see today. I lived in the house for approximately 13 years.

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