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    Council Member ganulv's Avatar
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    Default Gettysburg GIS

    Smithsonian Magazine has a nice Battle of Gettysburg GIS up online [LINK]. I don’t know enough about military history to feel like I can assess the conclusions, but I know enough about GISes to be impressed by the presentation of the data.

    I visited Gettysburg National Military Park a couple of years ago. It’s the most commemorated patch of terrain I’ve ever seen. Monuments and statues everywhere.
    Last edited by ganulv; 07-13-2013 at 02:16 PM.
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