JULY  1863
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Johnny Reb
The Battle 
Of Gettysburg
July 1, 2 & 3 1863
Billy Yank
Find out what is happening in and around Gettysburg.
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1861 Springfield 58 cal. rifled musket. Mainly a Union weapon
It is my intention to present the story of this battle through photographs and maps, with brief descriptions and short explanations. My wish is to present a visual effect using the more notable names and places of the battle. Although historically, all the names of Union and Confederate units, commanders and engagements should be listed, it would not be possible for me to do so due to website size constraints, and I apologize for that. Please be patient while the pages download, there are a lot of pictures and information on them and it may take a few minutes for it all to load.  If all the elements do not load correctly, it may be necessary to click "refresh" to get them to show. 

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Gettysburg Address
Prelude
Eve Of War
Day One
Day Two
Day Three
Meet The Host
What's Going On
 In Gettysburg?
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Troop Strength
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Starring: Tom Berenger, Jeff Daniels and Martin Sheen.
140th Anniversary
2003 Battle Reenactment Pictures Click Here
July 1, 1863. Heth's attack and  Buford's defense
July 2, 1863. Longstreet's assault. Battles for the Wheatfield and Peach Orchard and Culp's Hill. Chamberlain's defense of Little Roundtop .
July 3, 1863. Pickett's Charge and the stand at the Stone Wall by Hancock's 2nd Corps
The day before the Battle. Lee's plan and Buford's arrival on June 30, 1863.
Listen to and read Mr. Lincoln's famous speech.  See photos of the event.
Events leading up to the battle.
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.58 cal. Enfield rifled musket. Mainly a Confederate weapon.
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1863 Photos;
After the Battle
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