John L. Burns, the "Old Hero of Gettysburg," with Gun and Crutches - Gettysburg, PA, July alongside the Iron Brigade
Born in John Burns had already fought in the war of 1812 and later volunteered for the Mexican-American War. By the time the Civil War started in 1861 he was already but once again quickly volunteered. This time however he was rejected
John L. Burns, a veteran of the War of was a resident of the town of Gettysburg who fought along side the Union Army as a civilian during the Battle of Gettysburg. He was wounded yet survived.
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania John L. Burns, the "old hero of Gettysburg," with gun and crutches
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Canadian soldiers standing on top of a flooded German pillbox, Passchendaele, 1917
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April 1917 : Portrait of 81 year old Confederate Captain Edward Camden from Volusia County, Florida Captain Edward put on his Civil War veteran's uniform and tried to register for the draft on the first day of World War I
One of the more notable photos of Gettysburg is the gateway arch to the famed Evergreen Cemetery, which lies directly beside the Soldiers National Cemetery and for which Cemetery Hill and Ridge are named for. On the left is how it appeared just after the battle in 1863.