More Gettysburg

If you are unable to make it to Gettysburg this week (or if you have deliberately decided to avoid the crowds), the Civil War Trust  is tweeting all the events of the Battle of Gettysburg over the next few days.  Here is a taste:

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    Soldiers await battle as the armies move into position.Learn about the opposing generals
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    US Gen. George Meade fortifies Cemetery Ridge, Cemetery Hill and Culp’s Hill. Lee plans to strike all 3. Map: