The LeMoyne House is the 1812 home of Dr. F. Julius LeMoyne, a physician, abolitionist, and humanitarian. The house was a stop on the Underground Railroad and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. Dr. LeMoyne was a candidate for governor of Pennsylvania on an antislavery platform. His son, Dr. Frank LeMoyne, was a surgeon for the Union during the Civil War. The military museum occupies one room in the LeMoyne House. The core collection contains Civil War artifacts, including military equipment and uniforms and a military history library.
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania | Part of the National Park Service, the "Lincoln Room" is located in the historic site, where President Lincoln stayed the night before he gave his Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania | The ten-acre Campus of History features the historic grounds and gardens of the historic site, the Louise Arnold Tanger Arboretum, and the award-winning, and environmentally-sustainable headquarters of LancasterHistory.org.
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