Days at Gettysburg--July 1, 2, & 3, 1863
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by General Henry J. Hunt, Chief of Artillery of the Army of the Potomac.
Our author was on the field directing the artillery for the U.S. and relates his
experiences and those of other units during these 3 tragic days when the Southern Army of
Confederates seemed within striking distance of Washington, D.C., the nation's capitol. A
preface written by the National Park Service Research Historian opines that Hunt's story
is "readable and informative, and may be the best introductory history of this great
Civil War battle." The battle was great, too, in the sense of the wounded, missing,
or dead during these 3 days, estimated at 51,000!
Engravings are throughout the text. 64 pages.
Order #: VIST0036 paper$6.95
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