Hugh St.Clair's Civil War Diary relates a fateful march of the Penn Volunteers through Middletown, Fredricksburg, Littletown and were tagged in the rear by General Stonewall Jackson on their march to Burlington and Hanover. June 30, 1863 found them on the Harrisburg Road on their way to Gettysburg where the War would start to turn against the desperate Rebs. It turned out especially badly for Pickett and his men below Big Round Top.
Truly, these two pages chronical 6 devastating days in the swing of America's Civil War. Perhaps this would account for Hugh St.Clair's sour looks in all his existing portraits.