|Name origin: Henry Spangler,:'93 (farm owner)|
|NPS unit||Gettysburg National Military Park|
|Biome||Northern Piedmont ecoregion|
|Geology||Gettysburg-Newark Lowlands, Rossville Diabase dike (50 feet thick)|
Spangler Woods is a Gettysburg Battlefield location used during the Battle of Gettysburg and is near the Virginia Monument. On July 2, 1863, Garnett's Brigade bivouacked on the border of the woods.
- Gettysburg National Military Park Commission. "An Introduction to the Annual Reports of the Gettysburg National Military Park Commission to the Secretary of War". The Gettysburg Commission Reports. Gettysburg, PA: War Department.
- "Gettysburg National Military Park and Eisenhower National Historic Site: Geologic Resources Inventory Report" (PDF). Denver, Colorado: National Park Service: Natural Resource Program Center. 2009. Retrieved 2010-02-02.
- Cope, Emmor (1920), "Spangler Woods - Cast Iron Site ID Tablet] ([http://www.hscl.cr.nps.gov/insidenps/report.asp?PARK=GETT&RECORDNO=182 Spangler House)" (NPS.gov webpage), List of Classified Structures, p. 8, United States Department of War marker, retrieved 2011-06-06,
1 of 35 Site ID Tablets by War Dept's ... Designer ... Cope, E. B. ... Painted raised letter and border inscription tablet, 2'1"x1'8". Mounted on fluted post, 3' high.External link in
- "Query Form For The United States And Its Territories". U.S. Board on Geographic Names. Retrieved 2011-06-06.
- "Garnett's Brigade Marker". Hmdb.org. 2008-09-30. Retrieved 2012-01-25.
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