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This is great to visit when you are staying an extended time in Gettysburg.
The battle of East Cavalry Field occurred on July 3, the Michigan cavalry of Gen. George Custer defending against Confederate Gen. Jeb Stuart's force.
Nice place to go early in the...More
I finally visited East Cavalry Field after visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield a bunch of times. It was off the beaten path. Read about the cavalry battle before you go. It was nice to see a spot where General George Custer fought and stood out prominently...More
Thia is by far the nicest battlefield to walk in Gettysburg. This is the all important third day when the Calvary (including the Michigan Regiments under the command of Brig. Gen, George Armstrong Custer) met with the artillery of Gen. Jeb. Stuart and Gen. Wade...More
This monument took my breath away. It is truly beautiful and reminds us of the sacrifice the cavalries made at Gettysburg. Such courage it must have took to charge into this battle. It is a place of humility and pride.
Just 3 miles away, about 1 million visitors a year visit Gettysburg and the battlefield that surrounds the town. But here? Where cavalry elements from both armies clashed in the afternoon of the 3rd day, not many people venture. I would venture a guess only...More