Final Charge at Gettysburg

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The final charge of the Battle of Gettysburg. Both the Confederates and the Union lost thousands of soldiers on the final day of fighting. This is the cause for the Gettysburg National Cemetery and Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address was to honor the fallen Union soldiers and to redefine the war’s meaning.


Williams, George F. Bullet and Shell: War as the Soldier Saw it (New York, NY: Fords, Howard & Hulbert, 1883) 238


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