The Battle of Gettysburg: A History of the Civil War in America

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Digital Scanning, Incorporated, 2001 - History - 340 pages
The Comte de Paris' account of the battle of Gettysburg is widely acknowledged to be the fairest description of the battle ever written. An itinerary of the Army of the Potomac and cooperating forces in the Gettysburg campaign, June and July, 1863, has also been revised and enlarged from documents in the possession of the War Department.

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