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Gettysburg may refer to: == Events == Gettysburg Campaign, a series of American Civil War military engagements in the Main Eastern Theater. Battle of Gettysburg, July 1–3 military engagements during the 1863 Gettysburg Campaign Retreat from Gettysburg, the Confederate and Union armies' return to the South following the Battle of Gettysburg Gettysburg Address, President Abraham Lincoln's speech at the November 19, 1863, Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg. == Places == Pennsylvania-related articlesGettysburg, Pennsylvania Gettysburg Battlefield Historic District, 11,000 acres (4,500 ha) of historic properties, buildings, and structures in Adams County, Pennsylvania Gettysburg National Military Park, 4,000 acres (1,600 ha) protected by the National Park Service Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center, the National Park Service's reception center Gettysburg National Cemetery, a district of the military park on Cemetery Hill Gettysburg National Museum, the 1921 museum used as the 1974-2008 NPS visitor center and the corporation which owned it before 1974 Gettysburg National Tower, the former hyperboloid tower seized under the Takings Clause Gettysburg Battlefield, the area of Civil War military engagements partially within the military park Gettysburg Armory, a vacant borough facility on the National Register of Historic Places Gettysburg College, a liberal arts college mostly within the borough Gettysburg Railroad Station, a defunct railway station of which only the depot building survives, which houses a railway museum Gettysburg Theological Seminary, the original name for the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg Gettysburg Area School District, a region of Adams County, Pennsylvania, with a high school north of the borough Gettysburg Regional Airport, a general aviation airport in Adams County, Pennsylvania, west of the borough York-Hanover-Gettysburg, PA Combined Statistical Area, a combined statistical area in York and Adams counties Gettysburg, PA USA, a United States Metropolitan Statistical Area that is the Adams County portion of the York-Hanover-Gettysburg CSAElsewhereGettysburg, Ohio, a village Gettysburg, Preble County, Ohio, an unincorporated community Gettysburg, South Dakota Gettysburg Air Force Station, a General Surveillance Radar Station in South Dakota during the Cold War Gettysburg, Washington Gettysburg Township, Graham County, Kansas Gettysburg Seamount, the highest peak of the Gorringe Ridge, a seamount in the Atlantic Ocean == Entertainment == Gettysburg: A Novel of the Civil War, an alternate history novel by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen Gettysburg Cyclorama or The Battle of Gettysburg, an 1883 painting by Paul Philippoteaux Gettysburg (1993 film), a film based on the novel The Killer Angels Gettysburg (2011 film), a History Channel television movie "Gettysburg" (The Office), a television episode "Gettysburg" (The Outer Limits), a television episode Sid Meier's Gettysburg!, a computer game Gettysburg (block wargame), from Columbia Games Gettysburg (game), a board game Gettysburg (1863), a trilogy of songs by Iced Earth from The Glorious Burden, 2004 "Gettysburg", a song by Ratatat from Classics, 2006 == Other == Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association, a former preservation organization for the battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Gettysburg Electric Railway, the 1893-1916 Gettysburg Battlefield trolley Gettysburg Railroad, the first of several Gettysburg-named steamtrain lines servicing Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, prior to the Western Maryland and Reading railroads Forest City and Gettysburg Railroad, formerly servicing Gettysburg, South Dakota The Gettysburg Championship, a former women's golf tournament in Adams County, Pennsylvania The Gettysburg Times, an Adams County, Pennsylvania, newspaper USS Gettysburg (1858), a Scottish ship supplying the Confederate States of America until captured by the Union Navy and renamed in 1864.
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