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Author Topic: Gettysburg Battlefield and Monuments  (Read 2847 times)
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« on: 26 August 2009, 23:34:06 »

Postcard view with map of the battlefield at Gettysburg PA.  The three-day battle is seen as the turning point in the war--the point at which the South was at its strongest and a Confederate victory may have toppled the US government and/or given the South recognition as an independent country.

The Eternal Light Peace monument, Gettysburg PA Battlefield, on a 1938 postcard.  President Roosevelt dedicated this monument on the 75th anniversary of the Battle, in July 1938.
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