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  1. Nice piece of Civil War Americana This makes you want to time travel back to the 19th century when the battlefield was still pristine. 20 years after the battle...the scars were still evident everywhere.---
  2. A comparison of the conduct in the charge at Gettysburg of the troops commanded respectively by Generals Pickett and Pettigrew---
  3. The Battle of Gettysburg is haunted by "what ifs." Why did General Sickles move his Third Corps forward without orders? Sickles claimed this was the proper tactical maneuver. The position favored by Meade was "in a hole." At Chancellorsville, a few months earlier, he had been ordered to give up a dominating height, to retreat to low ground. The Confederates then occupied the height, and bombarded Sickles' Corps. Thus, at Gettysburg, he was not content sitting in a hole.---
  4. The Gettysburg Discussion Group is a nonprofit organization founded by Bob and Dennis Lawrence in January of 1995. Our primary mission is to preserve the documents connected with Gettysburg on this site. The GDG also provides a forum for discussion of the Battle of Gettysburg for over 700 members throughout the world. Anyone with an interest in the three days in July of 1863 that gave a new birth of freedom to our nation is invited to participate.---

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  1. An interesting and well laid out site about the battle.It covers both battle overviews along with vignettes about actions, personalities and units.---
  2. The story of the Battle of Gettysburg as told by its monuments and historical markers. With photos, descriptions, background history and map locations.---
  3. A comparison of the conduct in the charge at Gettysburg of the troops commanded respectively by Generals Pickett and Pettigrew---

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  1. Papers presented at the 1995-2014 annual Gettysburg National Military Park Seminar held each March. Essays are in PDF format and arranged by year - 4th Annual Seminar 1995 through 15th Annual Seminar 2014. Click on the year you want. A table of contents is available at the top left and titles of individual essays are listed down the left margin.---
  2. You will find more than 1,100 photographs and over 100 links on this site that includes interesting and out of the way sites and walks at the battle park.---
  3. Total Gettysburg is committed to bringing the Battle of Gettysburg to you with rich narrative, stunning photos and detailed maps that bring the battle to life. Our goal is to educate about the battle that decided the fate of a country and inspire you to action to protect these sacred Civil War battlefields. The American Civil War has much to teach us and Total Gettysburg will get you started.---

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  1. An interesting and well laid out site about the battle.It covers both battle overviews along with vignettes about actions, personalities and units.---
  2. The story of the Battle of Gettysburg as told by its monuments and historical markers. With photos, descriptions, background history and map locations.---
  3. Total Gettysburg is committed to bringing the Battle of Gettysburg to you with rich narrative, stunning photos and detailed maps that bring the battle to life. Our goal is to educate about the battle that decided the fate of a country and inspire you to action to protect these sacred Civil War battlefields. The American Civil War has much to teach us and Total Gettysburg will get you started.---

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