Battle of Gettysburg

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American History

 

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Eric W

 

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December 10, 2014

 

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University

 

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B

 

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His troops went from town to town for food and supplies. On June 28th they crossed into Pennsylvania and toward Gettysburg. Upon arrival about a mile northwest of town, Colonel Buford's cavalry unit met Lee's III Corps headed by General Hood. Much to his disappointment his troops had began to fight without his acknowledgement...
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Meanwhile, the Army of the Potomac was hot on Lee's heels but marched east of the Blue Ridge so as not to be detected. Meade with 100,000 men would arrive piece by piece in the next two days from the south of town. The battle was inevitable and it began here in a little known farm town. Both sides knew that Antietam was just a prelude, a year earlier, to the carnage which was to come...
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