Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide (The Civil War Series)
Beautifully bound and illustrated volume of the Civil War featuring Gettysburg: The Confederate High Tide.
He later served in the Alabama legislature, in the U.S. House of Representatives and as Alabama's governor. of Sickles; VI Corps would take the place of Sykes's corps in reserve. out to make endangered Then Meade rode a personal reconnaissance of the left. With him went the army's chief topographical engineer, Brigadier General Gou- verneur Kemble Warren. Warren was an emotional man, with the soulful eyes of a know of III Corps pushed forward, skirmishers in endowed with an.
Quick a to add: scribable soldierly quality of a better term — we "In that inde- which — for shall call dash, unsurpassed by any officer in want he was our Corps." enemy batteries in a — it thunderous duel with was Smith's cannon that had Hood al in the ranks, a And arm. from one of wounded General then, from the Feder- cry had arisen: Here they come!' a shell Run and wrapped it around his head to cool himself. The handkerchief was an inviting target Before.
Confirm sequence of the assault. Thus Lee's attack his point. From the Federal right near Culp's Hill to the left on hook-shaped line Little Round Top, Meade's failure of his at exactly the right to ad- moment would cause breakdowns in the carefully contrived unfolded in fits and now fierce and starts, sputtering, feeble. now The battle quickly slid stretched three miles — out of control for the Confederates, and in and he had available an average of 17,000 time Lee's.
Ward the Rappahannock. As they did so 1st at Brandy Station. New Jersey A Cavalry recalled that one guidon changed hands six times during the battle. ending up back with the Federals. 19 ^m mmk. . A Hard Road North cavalrymen dismounted to form skirmish lines alongside infantrymen who groups of had come up charge, from jiifliiiuli* support. Just as the Confed- in erate regiments **''' were gathering for a decisive . • * Grumble Jones received bad news A column.
Howard. 148 Wheat Field. 98-101, 103. 105. map 108 Steinwehr, Adolph von, 52, 62-65 Charge. 136; at Pitzer's Woods. 76 Wdkeson. Bavard. 5S-59 Willard. George L, 108./ 54 , , George H. Maryland .24.26. 115- 116.127, 129 Strickland, Francis, /55 Wilcox. Cadmus Emmitsburg road. Williams. Alpheus . M Williams. 10, 16, 17, 18, 21-22, 25; at Carlisle. 73; Winchester. \ . criticized, 25, directive at from Lee, 25-26; Gettysburg. 71, 132. in Lee's retreat. 151. at Middleburg. 26. 28.