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  • Battle: Gettysburg, Battle of
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    • Broadside of Gettysburg Reunion of Union Veterans
    • 1913
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    • "Commands Honored": Monument at Gettysburg Battle Site
    • 1890
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    • diary
    • Rufus R. Dawes Diary, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • m.- v>:V' l" W'. ' ddi^, [ArdWi ¦ 4 u dyi^ud.'"' n Vi 'wA-^^


    • history
    • 5th Infantry, chapter 15 from E.B. Quiner's Military History of Wisconsin (Chicago, 1866)
    • 1863
    • BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. 517 fighting to open a way to Banks' Ford. They succeeded, the Fifth losing several men in a feAv minutes. Arriving at the Ford, the Fifth was detailed as rear guard, and the Sixth Corps crossed in safety, on the 5th. The...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • CHAPTER XIII. / THE CAMPAIGN OF GETTYSBURG. / , ¦ THE IBON BBIGABE, THIBB, FIFTH, AND TWENTY-SIXTH INFANTBY, ANB BEBBAN SHABP-SEOOTERS, COMPANY O.—MOVEMENT TOW AKD MAEYLAND, CHANGE OF COMMANDERS, THE EEBEL BAID INTO PENN¬ SYLVANIA,...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • GETTTSBURG CAMPAIGN. 407 the enemy, and that was Gettysburg. General Pleasanton, with that view, on the 29th of June sent forward the cavalry division under General Buford to occupy that town, with instruc¬ tions to hold the place to the last...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • 410 WISCONSIN IN THE WAB. Sixth Regiment, and in the charge in the railroad cut. Major Blair, in command of'the Second Mississippi Regiment, sur¬ rendered his sword and men to him. The battle-flag of that regiment was captured previous to the...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • BATTLE OF GETTTSBURG. 411;, officer, a brave man, a genial, whole-souled companion, Tick jior will be sadly missed from our circle. Second Lieutenant 0. D. Chapman, commanding Company C, was also killed at: the railroad cut. He had but lately...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • §W WISCONSIN IN THE WAB. ridge, which sweeps around in the form of a semi-circle, or rather, like a horse-shoe, the hill being at the front or toe part. As General Howard's corps came to the field, on the first day of the battle, General...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • 414 WISCONSIN IN THE WAR. of capturing them, but Sedgwick's corps rushed forward w'tl, tremendous shouting, and barely turned the enemy awav f a victory almost in their grasp. We captured there fo i-,, colors and four or flve thousand...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
    • 1863
    • BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. ^SsBF'' ericksburg after the main army had marched up the Potomac to watch the movements of Lee. But the sixth corps moved on the ISth of June, crossed the Potomac on the 27th, and reached Gettysburg at two o'clock in the...


    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
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    • 420 WISCONSIN IN THE WAK. ' Bull Run, but shared with his regiment in all subsequent engagements up to the battle in which he fell, pierced by a minie bullet in the right breast, and living only a few moments afterwards. Lieutenant Colonel George...


    • history
    • 3rd Infantry, chapter 13 from E.B. Quiner's Military History of Wisconsin (Chicago, 1866)
    • 1863
    • BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. 491 their position one ofthe strongest, until evening, when the divis¬ ion was sent to the aid of the Third Corps, on the left of the line of battle, which had been fighting the enemy in great force during the day. At...


    • history
    • General Military Operations, chapters 8-10 from E.B. Quiner's Military History of Wisconsin (Chicago, 1866)
    • 1863
    • GETTYSBURG. 275 Potomac, some of them penetrating to Silver Spring, on the Seventh Street road, near Washington. On the 28th of June, General Lee, ordered his forces to con¬ centrate at Gettysburg. General Hooker's army had advanced as far as...


    • history
    • 26th Infantry, chapter 34 from E.B. Quiner's Military History of Wisconsin (Chicago, 1866)
    • 1863
    • 750 MILITARY HISTORY OF WISCONSIN. The regiment remained- encamped at Stafford Court House imtil the 12th of June, when orders were received to march without delay. Lieutenant Colonel Boebel was in command of the regiment. Colonel Jacobs being...


    • history
    • 2nd Infantry, chapter 12 from E.B. Quiner's Military History of Wisconsin (Chicago, 1866)
    • 1863
    • BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, JULY FIRST. 459 and did very effective service. They crossed to the north side of the Rappahannock, and moved to Bealeton Station, AA-here they rejoined the brigade, while on its march toAvards PennsylA'ania, to intercept...


    • history; map
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 1
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    • 406 BATTLE OF SBTTTSBUEa. A—Iron Brigade; B—Seminary; C—College; D—Howard; E—Doubleday; F—Meade's HBADdoARTERS; G-Hanooos: ; H—Sedgwiok ; J—SiOELES ; K—Sykes ; L—Little Koond Top ; Ohm ° H "^' ^~^'-'"'™ '• ...


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    • Battle of Gettysburg Panorama #1722
    • 1863
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    • Battle of Gettysburg Panorama #1731
    • 1863
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    • Battle of Gettysburg Panorama #1733
    • 1863
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