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|Rather than investing a gread deal......... Last year, Barnes & Noble reprinted the Official Military Atlas and was selling it for $20. There's enough detail on that plate to locate the farm unless it's under a shopping mall. The second map I used I found in the book: John Bachelder's History of the Battle of Gettysburg. It's available through Morningside at a price less than the actual maps -- maybe even less through amazon or abebooks. At any rate, if you have interest in Gettysburg, they are good books to have. I'd also suggest asking Eric Wittenberg about maps as he wrote extensively on the cavalry fracas. The other author posts here, 'though.