Evergreen Cemetery Gatehouse: Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Ironically, the Confederates moved in from the north and the Union marched from the south...not exactly sure where each other was. South of Gettysburg on a ridge was a quiet 29 acre rural cemetery called Evergreen Cemetery. This cemetery would become headquarters for the Union Army and the namesake for Cemetery Ridge where the Battle of Gettysburg thundered and roared over the next 3 days.
General Hancock at Evergreen Cemetery
A sign posted near the arched gateway to the graveyard read:
"ALL PERSONS FOUND USING FIREARMS ON THESE GROUNDS
WILL BE PROSECUTED WITH THE UTMOST RIGOR OF THE LAW."