The Battle of Gettysburg

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Digital Scanning Inc, Jan 1, 2002 - History - 124 pages
This account of Gettysburg was written by Haskell to his brother, shortly after the battle, and was not intended for publication. This fact ought to be borne in mind in connection with some severe reflections cast by the author upon certain officers and soldiers of the Union army. The present text follows the unabridged reprint of the Wisconsin Historical Commission; and the notes on Haskell's estimates of numbers and losses have been supplied by Colonel Thomas L. Livermore, the well-known authority on this subject. Also contains seven historical civil war documents. Reprinted from the Harvard Classic's edition of 1910
 

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The Battle of Gettysburg
3
Lincolns Gettysberg Address 1863
97
Proclamation of Amnesty 1836
98
Lincolns Letter to Mrs Bixby 1864
102
Terms of Lees Surrender At Appomattox 1865
103
Lees Farewell to His Army 1865
105
Lincolns Second Inaugural Address 1865
106
Proclamation Declaring the Insurrection At an End 1866
109
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