20th Maine and the Battle of Gettysburgh
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December 1, 2015
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The Confederate army had pushed the small Union cavalry forces out of Gettysburg, driving them into the hilly country south of the town which was comprised of many steep hills and ridges. The surviving portion of the North took up defensive positions and waited for reinforcements from General George Meade and the Army of the Potomac...
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The surviving portion of the North took up defensive positions and waited for reinforcements from General George Meade and the Army of the Potomac.
After the Confederate victory on the first day of fighting in Gettysburg, the Union army had been heavily reinforced and took up defensive positions along the high grounds in the shape of a fish hook, extending from Culp's hill to the north to Little and Big Round Top in the south...
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