I was using Google Maps and just playing around following the Appalachian Trail north. In doing so I veered off and looked at Wrightsville, Pennsylvania. I just happen to read where PA Militia made a stand there to block Confederates under Gordon from crossing the river. Apparently the militia fired the bridge when the retreated and the Confederates worked all night on a bucket brigade to save the town from burning down. I'm not trying to start anything coming off the heels of the ill-tempers in the "Yankees behaving badly" thread but this did strike me as interesting. http://www.visitpa.com/pa-civil-war-heritage/wrightsville Thoughts?