Civil War Era Studies
Buried somewhere inside of what we now call the "Schultz House" is a relic of a long-lost adopted hero of Adams County. The house, which stands on the corner of West Confederate Avenue and the Fairfield Road in Gettysburg, started its life as the pet project of Herman Haupt. When he lived here Haupt was a simple, unassuming engineer. He taught at Pennsylvania College. He ran a girls' seminary atop Oak Ridge. He did contract work for local railroads designing bridges and causeways. [excerpt]
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Rudy, John M. "Story of Long-lost Adopted Hero Lives On." Gettysburg Times (April 25, 2016).