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  • on: Gettysburg Wikipedia Named for Samuel Gettys, settler Gettysburg A borough in Pennsylvania Battle of Gettysburg Gettysburg Address Gettysburg Campaign
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  • Confederate brigade that breeched the Union line during Pickett's Charge, Battle of Gettysburg, July 3, 1863): Give them the cold steel, boys! 1995 David Palumbo-Liu
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  • ablative singular form of via ‎(“way”, “road”). viâ (British) Dated form of via. 1886: Comte De Paris, The Battle of Gettysburg, page 248[1]: Stahel's
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  • though 2009, John Hough, Seen the Glory: A Novel of the Battle of Gettysburg[1], Simon and Schuster, ISBN 9781416589655, page 121: I wonder now when
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  • Francis Marshal Pierce, The battle of Gettysburg: [...] but, rising abruptly northward, they prevented the passage of armies except at the far north
    1 KB (202 words) - 13:08, 17 December 2015
  • Heth, quoting Robert E. Lee, in "Causes of the Defeat of Gen. Lee's Army at the Battle of GettysburgOpinions of Leading Confederate Soldiers.", Southern
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  • unfears) Want, lack, or absence of fear; fearlessness. 2009, John Hough, Seen the Glory: A Novel of the Battle of Gettysburg - Page 163: It would have been
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  • dat Gettysburg battle […] And I was eighteen in dat October after dat big fight what Marse Thad and Marse Hampton got kilt in. ^ Etymology of kilte
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  • 1987, "Thornburgh turns down Reagan offer", Gettysburg Times, 1987 April 29: In its newsletter, Defense of Life described Thornburgh as "pro-abort" and
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