The evolution of the Gettysburg battlefield

Written by Matt Paul, Reporter/Producer | Jul 1, 2013 4:01 AM
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Devil's Den

(Gettysburg) -- Three days of fighting on the rolling hills of Gettysburg, in July 1863, resulted in 51,000 casualties in what many historians call the turning point of the Civil War. 150 years later, work is underway to ensure the hallowed ground looks nearly identical to how it was when Union and Confederate troops met in those fields.

But witf's Matt Paul reports Gettysburg National Military Park has undergone many changes since the famed battle.

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