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Taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

Taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

Taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the…

Taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the…

taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

taken from the book "The Jennie Wade Story" A true and complete account of the only civilian killed during the battle of Gettysburg by Cindy L. Small

Image from page 28 of "The true story of "Jennie" Wade : a Gettysburg maid"…

Image from page 28 of "The true story of "Jennie" Wade : a Gettysburg maid"…

Blood-stained floorboard at the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg, PA. Built in 1842, this home was witness to the Battle of Gettysburg. Mary Virginia Wade, better known as Jennie Wade, was the only civilian killed during the battle on July 3, 1863 while baking bread for Union soldiers. She was killed instantly by a single bullet that traveled through 2 wooden doors. The house was the residence of her sister, Georgia McClellan, who had given birth.

Blood-stained floorboard at the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg, PA. Built in 1842, this home was witness to the Battle of Gettysburg. Mary Virginia Wade, better known as Jennie Wade, was the only civilian killed during the battle on July 3, 1863 while baking bread for Union soldiers. She was killed instantly by a single bullet that traveled through 2 wooden doors. The house was the residence of her sister, Georgia McClellan, who had given birth.

Bullet holes at the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg, PA. Built in 1842, this home was witness to the Battle of Gettysburg. Mary Virginia Wade, better known as Jennie Wade, was the only civilian killed during the battle on July 3, 1863 while baking bread for Union soldiers. She was instantly killed by a single bullet that traveled through 2 wooden doors. The house was the residence of her sister, Georgia McClellan, who had given birth on July 1. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

Bullet holes at the Jennie Wade House in Gettysburg, PA. Built in 1842, this home was witness to the Battle of Gettysburg. Mary Virginia Wade, better known as Jennie Wade, was the only civilian killed during the battle on July 3, 1863 while baking bread for Union soldiers. She was instantly killed by a single bullet that traveled through 2 wooden doors. The house was the residence of her sister, Georgia McClellan, who had given birth on July 1. Discover more history @ www.thehistorygirl.com

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