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The Battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest of the major civil war battles. Find the best Gettysburg battle summary here.
The Anaconda Plan was originally developed by General Winfield Scott prior to the Civil War. It was part of a grand plan designed to control the seceding states.
Take a quick tour through the major sites of conflict on the historic Gettysburg battlefield. Gettysburg battlefield tours are a great way to review the Battle at Gettysburg.
Tillie Pierce was one the great Civil War heroes for her service to the many Union Gettysburg casualties. Her accounts of the Battle at Gettysburg are among the most detailed ever recorded.
Jennie Wade holds the tragic distinction as the only civilian killed at the Battle at Gettysburg. There are many ironies to her story and her fiance and good friend Wesley Culp play a role.
Gettysburg Battle Reports are detailed accounts written by the commanders themselves, and provide a unique look inside the battle from the perspective of the men who led.
See how a Gettysburg battlefield map provides an excellent reference point for those looking for a visual representation of the Battle at Gettysburg. Access the Gettysburg maps for more detail.
Civil War political cartoons offer a satirical perspective on events and people. Generals, heads of state and politicians are the common targets and we've compiled a collection that can't be missed.
The Union Generals of the American Civil War were comprised of the professional soldiers, statesmen, lawyers, politicians, doctors and others.
The Confederate Generals of the American Civil War were comprised of the professional soldiers, statesmen, lawyers, politicians, doctors and others.
There is no shortage of Gettysburg hotels in and around the Gettysburg PA area and Total Gettsyburg has it all here for you.
See how Civil War nurses played an integral role in caring for the sick and wounded of the American Civil War.
Taps is a song from the American Civil War in 1862 and is still used in military funerals today.
Civil War songs have long endured since the days of the great American conflict right up to today and serve to connect us to the past.
The Volunteer is a song from the American Civil War in 1861.