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Great Ghosts of Gettysburg Between the first and the third of July, 1863, more blood was shed in a formerly little-known Adams County farm community than at any battle in history. The deaths on the battlefield at Gettysburg numbered 7,500, and probably a tenth of the wounded died later. With around ten thousand men down in a few horrific days, it’s hardly surprising Gettysburg has its fair share of ghost stories. But oddly enough, one of the stories comes to us from the time of the battle…

Great Ghosts of Gettysburg Between the first and the third of July, more blood was shed in a formerly little-known Adams County farm community than at any battle in history. The deaths on the battlefield at Gettysburg numbered and probab

Gettysburg, Civil War Art/ Battle of "The Devil's Den", "Slaughter Pen", and Little Round Top - Gettysburg, 5PM, July 2nd, 1863

Gettysburg, Civil War Art/ Battle of "The Devil's Den", "Slaughter Pen", and Little Round Top - Gettysburg, July 1863

Teaching Students to Recognize Bias--do this in world history

On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee's last attempt at breaking the Union line ends in disastrous failure, bringing the most decisive battle of the American Civil War to an end.

More than 95% of all documentary Civil War photos were taken by northern photographers within Union lines, but among the best of the 5% is an early war series of photos of Mississippi soldiers in Florida. At least six views show Confederates drilling and, in this detail, at leisure in camp. Very cool photo from the Huntington Library.

This photo is of a Confederate camp, but I imagine my gr-gr-grandfather's relaxation time in the Union camp looked similar. Photo from the Huntington Library.

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