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34 Howard accompanied Barlow to the fields north of the town. He examined the position there but, unfortunately, did not meet with Schurz at this time to discuss the Eleventh Corps deployment with him. He sent Major Howard to speak with Buford and then rode left to the line of the First Corps. He passed behind Robinson's position near the Mummasburg Road and stopped to speak briefly with Wadsworth, whom he told to hold Seminary Ridge as long as possible. He noted Wadsworth's and Doubleday's divisions' positions and found Doubleday about a quarter mile beyond the seminary.
He wanted to climb into the courthouse belfry but found no ladder there. A young man, Daniel A. Skelly, stepped forward and suggested that he try the "observatory" above his father's store in the Fahnestock building across Middle Street from the courthouse. Skelly led the general through the general merchandise store and up to the observatory. Here Howard found the view he wanted. The town lay beneath him, and its roads radiated to all directions of the compass—back southwest toward Emmitsburg, south to Taneytown, and southeast toward Baltimore.