Barlow Knoll

Barlow Knoll Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: Howard Avenue.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify Barlow Knoll.

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Culp’s Hill

Culp’s Hill Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: Summit of Culp’s Hill.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify Culp’s Hill.

Bryan House

Bryan House Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: North Hancock Avenue.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify the Brian House.

Ziegler’s Grove

Ziegler’s Grove Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: North Hancock Avenue.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify Ziegler’s Grove.

G. Weikert House

G. Weikert House Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: Sedgwick and United States Avenues.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by the War Department to identify the G. Weikert House.

The Angle

The Angle Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: Hancock Avenue.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify The Angle.

Devil’s Den

Devil’s Den Tablet.

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Erected: 1896.

Location: Sickles Avenue.

Description: One of thirty-five site tablets. Cast iron site tablet was designed by E.B. Cope. Mounted on fluted post, overall height is three feet. Constructed by War Department to identify Devil’s Den.