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Bank of Chambersburg & Franklin House, Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa., destroyed by the rebels under McCausland, July 30th, 1864

Bank of Chambersburg & Franklin House, Chambersburg, Franklin Co., Pa., destroyed by the rebels under McCausland, July 30th, 1864

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Photo shows buildings burned by the Confederate cavalry troops of General John McCausland in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, in reprisal for destruction by Union troops in the Shenandoah Valley.

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01/01/1864
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Location

Chambersburg (Pa.)39.93750, -77.66111
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