Soldiers Orphanage Package


Pair the locally made “stump doll” with the heart wrenching story of Amos Humiston who’s death during the Battle of Gettysburg set actions in motion for the start of the National Soldiers Homestead Orphanage in Gettysburg. This package makes a wonderful gift for the Gettysburg lover in your life!

What is a “stump doll”? Popular in the 1800’s, especially after the Civil War when money was scarce, stump dolls, still made by the Amish today, feature no arms, legs or face. They were made from any scraps and stuffing mother could find.

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Gettysburg’s Unknown Soldier & Orphanage Stump Doll

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