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  • Gettysburg Document Claim for Flour and Horses Taken During the Battle

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    Gettysburg Document Claim for Flour and Horses Taken During the Battle - Inventory Number: GET 351

    Rare claim from 1891, submitted by Charles W. Gniest of York Springs, Pennsylvania. The document states “That the party of the first part agrees to take the exclusive charge and control of a certain claim which the party of the second part holds against the Government of the United States for forty barrels of flour taken for the use of the U.S. Army during the battle of Gettysburg, PA. And for two horses taken by the U.S. Cavalry during the operations of the U.S. Army around Gettysburg, PA.” This is a rare claim document that shows the impact of the battle on the civilian population.

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    Inventory Number: GET 351