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July 2, 2013 5:46 PM

After 150 years, choices made at Gettysburg still reverberate

In the 1780s, the son of a farmer in south-central Pennsylvania purchased from his father 116 acres where two roads intersected. He laid out 210 lots for a town he named for himself. He was James Gettys.

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