Let"s go to the Battle of Gettysburg

  • 44 Pages
  • 1.53 MB
  • English
Putnam , New York
Gettysburg, Battle of, Gettysburg, Pa., 1863 -- Juvenile litera
Statementby Judith M. Spiegelman. Illustrated by Charles Dougherty.
GenreJuvenile literature.
ContributionsDougherty, Charles, illus.
LC ClassificationsE475.53 .S7
The Physical Object
Pagination44 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5940455M
LC Control Number65010871

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Published inthis book by Kent Masterson Brown is about the Confederate’s retreat from the Battle of Gettysburg. Brown argues that even though the battle was a defeat for the Confederates, the retreat was a victory because it helped the Confederates hold on to whatever they had left, which ensured that the war would continue.

This book tells the sweeping story of the Gettysburg Campaign in dramatic fashion. To bring the marching and battle scenes to life, talented contemporary photographers—some dressed in period-authentic uniforms—participated in th Civil War reenactment events across the country.

They made more thanimages. The second exciting book in the series about boys swept up in the historical fight for freedom Twelve-year-old Will wants to be a drummer in the Union army, but he's stuck far from the fighting in his sleepy hometown of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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The Battle of Gettysburg Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: Civil War period () Subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Campaigns Subject. This is a day-by-day, hour-by-hour account of one of the bloodiest and most momentous battles in history.

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The earth, torn up in clouds, blinded the eyes of hurrying men; and through the branches of the trees and among the gravestones of the cemetery a shower of destruction crashed ceaselessly.

The explanations of the battle are told in a way that is complete and at the level of the elementary school student. Any study of the American Civil War must include coverage of the battle of Gettysburg and given the sound coverage in this book, it is an excellent resource for the study of history in American elementary schools.

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Battle of Gettysburg, major engagement in the American Civil War that was fought southwest of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and was a crushing Southern defeat. The three-day conflict involved more t Confederate troops commanded by General Robert E.

Lee and nea Union troops under General George Meade. The Battle of Gettysburg: Cover: Little Round Top and the Valley of Death, by Dale Gallon, compliments of Dale Gallon Historical Art Gallery, Gettysburg, PA. TEXT BY HARRY W.

PFANZ. Additional text by Scott Hartwig. Maps by George Skoch. Thanks to James Roach, Scott Hartwig and the interpretive staff at Gettysburg National Military Park. " Flames Beyond Gettysburg " I really do consider a must-read, since it reminds you that the battle was the main feature but there was an awful, awful lot going on here in PA in late June and early July because the battle was just part of an entire invasion.

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From the acclaimed Civil War historian, a brilliant new history–the most intimate and richly readable account we have had–of the climactic three-day battle of Gettysburg (July 1–3, ), which draws the reader into the heat, smoke, and grime of Gettysburg alongside the ordinary soldier, and depicts the combination of personalities and circumstances that produced the greatest battle of.

It's and Thomas and his father are slaves heading for freedom. Will they survive the Battle of Gettysburg. Watch this booktalk to find out more about the book by Lauren Tarshis. The Battle of Gettysburg is an article from The American Historical Review, Volume 4.

View more articles from The American Historical this. The battle of Gettysburg was undoubtedly one of the greatest conflicts of modern times, not only from the number of combatants engaged and the desperate nature of the struggle, but because on the now classic heights of Cemetery Ridge, Culp's Hill, and the Round Tops the future of the American Republic, for weal or for woe, was fought and won on those memorable July days.

Letters reveal pain of those left behind. I n the weeks following the July Battle of Gettysburg, tens of thousands of families waited anxiously for word of the fate of their loved ones and friends serving in the contending armies. Had they been killed in the fighting.

Had they survived only to suffer from agonizing wounds in crude, makeshift hospitals. The Battle of Gettysburg has been analyzed by writers, historians, photographers and documentarians for over years. Nearly every minute of every hour of the three-day battle. Stripped of the glamour which has made its every stick and stone an object of eager curiosity or pious veneration, Gettysburg becomes a very plain, matter-of-fact Pennsylvania town, of no particular antiquity, with a very decided Dutch flavor in the names and on the tongues of its citizens, where no great man has ever flourished, or anything had happened to cause its own name to be noised.In former Confederate Army general John Hood wrote to James Longstreet, the second-in-command under General Robert E.

Lee at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 1–3, ). Hood’s letter recalls his role in the battle, up to the point where he was injured and carried off the field.east along the Chambersburg Pike toward Gettysburg, the operational objective setting the stage for the first day of battle had been achieved.

The Union army had found the enemy force, or at least a part of it. Ensuing events on the Confederate side concurrently helped shape the conduct of the first day of battle.