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Essay heading: 20th Maine and the Battle of Gettysburgh
 
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The importance of the 20th Maine's stand at Little Round Top is not to be overlooked. Had their line broken, Longstreet's men would have flanked the Union line, separating the Federal Army from supply lines and its capitol, Washington, D.C. and, in all likelihood, resulted in the near destruction of the Army of the Potomac...
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The importance of the 20th Maine's stand at Little Round Top is not to be overlooked. Had their line broken, Longstreet's men would have flanked the Union line, separating the Federal Army from supply lines and its capitol, Washington, D.C. and, in all likelihood, resulted in the near destruction of the Army of the Potomac...
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