In an attempt to break Chief Pontiac’s siege against Fort Detroit, British Captain James Dalyell urged Major Henry Gladwin to authorize a surprise attack on the Indians. The Wheatfield Road and the bridge which passes over Plum Run on the Wheatfield Road are shown in the background. The banks of Plum Run or “Bloody Run” had difficulty containing the significant amounts of water received recently. Battle of Bloody Run Celebrates its 250th anniversary! 250 years ago this July, the British and the Indians fought a fierce battle. Approximately 4:00 PM February 26, 2008. The flooded Plum Run (Bloody Run). I was excitedly hoping to find the location of some of the photos in the book for my own then and now photos. ... Rose Woods, Seminary Ridge, and even Plum Run, known as Bloody Run after the battle, can be seen meandering through the Valley of Death. Additionally, if you follow Confederate Avenue past the Longstreet Tower, you ultimately arrive at the scene of other truly mythic parts of the battlefield: the boulder-strewn slopes of the Round Tops, Devil’s Den, the Bloody Run or Plum Run at the foot of Little Round Top, the Wheatfield, and the Peach Orchard. Battlefield Map of Devils Den and Little Round Top When picking up the pieces and caring for the dead after the Battle Of Gettysburg was over Confederate soldiers were mostly buried in mass graves and then reburied years later. One of my favorite Gettysburg photographs taken by Mathew Brady is this vast panorama taken from the summit of Little Round Top less than two weeks after the battle. Bloody Run (Everett), Pa.: (refugees from Maryland) Maj. Gen. Robert Huston Milroy (rank=53) (not at Gettysburg ) (arrested July 20) This view is from the bridge on Crawford Avenue which passes over Plum Run. The Confederates were forced to retreat while the Union rejoiced at Lee's defeat. The Confederacy lost 3,903 soldiers and the Union 3,155 during the bloody, three-day battle that raged from July 1 to July 3. This view was taken facing southeast at approximately 1:45 … The Round Tops are in the background. In 1795 the town adopted the name Waynesburg after the military figure Mad Anthony Wayne and it remained so until 1860 when Bloody Run surfaced again. The bridge over Crawford Avenue is also visible. It quickly got renamed the Bloody Run. View is from the southeast facing northwest. On my first trip to Gettysburg back in the early 1990's, I parked in the Devil's Den parking area and got out of the car with Frassanito's Journey in Time in hand. In 1873 the town renamed itself after the noted orator Edward Everett who spoke at great lengths before President Lincoln made his famous Gettysburg … After three days of bloody fighting, the Battle of Gettysburg ended with more than 50,000 casualties. Many historians believe the defeat suffered by Robert E… The South was shattered both militarily and politically — and the turning point of the Civil War had now occurred. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania is justly famous for the pivotal Civil War battle that occurred there during the first three days of July in 1863.