Union Defense at Cemetery Ridge
This was a session of the 19th Annual Conference on the Art of Command in the Civil War.
Wayne Motts talked about the third day of Gettysburg as the turning point of the battle and the Union defense of Cemetery Ridge. He described the background of some of the men involved on both sides and the Union response to Pickett’s Charge.
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Childs Burden President Mosby Heritage Area Association
Wayne Motts Chief Executive Officer National Civil War Museum
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