Workers cut Gettysburg oak, find Civi...

Workers cut Gettysburg oak, find Civil War bullets

There are 2 comments on the Danville News story from Aug 9, 2011, titled Workers cut Gettysburg oak, find Civil War bullets. In it, Danville News reports that:

Workers cutting up a fallen tree at Gettysburg National Military Park came across some Civil War artifacts when their chain saw struck bullets buried in the tree trunk.

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Gettysburg, PA

#1 Aug 9, 2011
big f deal. who owns the bullet? the park service or the tree cutting company who probably is raking in the bucks for cutting up the wood and selling it for firewood at our expense. did the nps have to pay for the saw blade? how much did we have to pay for the inflated price.


Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#2 Aug 10, 2011
Just throw the freakin' bullet over the fence and call it a day! GROOVIN!

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