Save the Flanks at Gettysburg
Most visitors suppose that the famous Union "fishhook" position rested its flanks on Little Round Top and Culp’s Hill—both sites that have been immortalized by bravery of the men who fought there. But the Union and Confederate lines were even longer than most people realize.
The Civil War Trust now has the tremendous opportunity to save 112 acres of the Gettysburg battlefield—and save forever the "forgotten flanks" of the Union and Confederate armies at this iconic battle.
Help us save the flanks of Gettysburg!