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Gettysburg Historians' Roundtable

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Online
2006
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Battle of Gettysburg

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Online
2004
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Weapons of the Civil War

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Online
2008
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Valley Forge

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Online
2002
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Battlefield Detectives: Civil War :Gettysburg

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July 1-3, 1863: Over three hot days, Union and Confederate forces clashed in and around a small Pennsylvania town. When the Battle of Gettysburg ended, the two exhausted sides had inflicted more than 50,000 casualties upon one another--the largest battle ever fought on American soil. The third day is considered the Confederacy's "high-water mark"--When General Robert E. Lee lost the decisive battle of the Civil War. But scientific battlefield evidence now suggests that by the time the artillery began firing that day, the Confederate fight was already doomed. And when Pickett's Charge--the famous full frontal attack against Union lines--got underway, the battle effectively was over. Experts in physics, geology, crowd control, and cartography join forces with military historians to bet [...]
Online
2004
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Chamberlain at Gettysburg

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2005
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The Irish at Gettysburg

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2005
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Union Officers at Gettysburg

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2006
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Lincoln and Gettysburg

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Discusses the casualties at Gettysburg and Lincoln's memorial to the men who died there.
Online
1995
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Pickett's Charge [electronic resource]

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Examines the spectacular failure of Pickett's charge on Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg.
Online
1995; 1993
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Battle of Gettysburg: Overview

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2006
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Battle of Gettysburg

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2006
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Jennie Wade of Gettysburg

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Online
2005
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Lee at Gettysburg

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2005
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Tillie Pierce of Gettysburg

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2006
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Days of Darkness: The Gettysburg Civilians

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They never expected the war to come to their town, but when it did, the residents of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania became heroes. Some townsment, including seventy-year-old John Burns, joined the fight, while others struggled to help the thousands of soldiers wounded during the three day battle. In aftermath, 50,000 lay dead, and the once quiet lives of the citizens of Gettyburg would never be the same.
Online
2003
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General Joshua L. Chamberlain

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First part focuses on Joshua L. Chamberlain, a professor, who was wounded six times and accepted the Confederate troop surrender at Appomattox. Second part describes the astronomical casualties at Gettysburg and Lincoln's memorial to them.; Part II - Volume II General Joshua L. Chamberlain. Prof. Joshua L. Chamberlain left his teaching post at Bowdoin College to tame the Rebels - and he almost did. As a Union general, he was wounded six times, awarded the Medal of Honor, and accepted the surrender of Confederate at Appomattox." Among those interviewed: Dr. Paul A. Hutton [Prof. U. of New Mexico], James S. Trulock [Historian], William C. Davis [Historian], Brian Pohanka [Civil War Historian], James M. McPherson [Prof. of History, Princeton University], Julia Colvin Oehmig [Curator, J. [...]
Online
1994