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1863 Gettysburg
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The attached essay clearly states why the Battle of Gettysburg is a significant event in Civil War history, what the Rebels intended and why the battle was such a decisive victory for the Federal Army:

"In the first rush the Confederates were successful, the scattered Union regiments under General Hancock were pressed back. But on the second day, the main body of the Northern army under General Meade arrived, and the contest held even, with awful slaughter on both sides. The third day the Confederates made one last desperate charge...

Click here to read an 1862 review about the Civil War photographs of Mathew Brady.

More about the American Civil War can be read here

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A Summation of the Battle of Gettysburg (Famous Events Magazine, 1913)

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