The Battle of Gettysburg

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The Battle of Gettysburg

The casualties were massive consisting of infection, broken bones,amputation, puncture wounds, and death.There was at least 46,000 to 51,000 casualties in both armies.

When was the Battle of Gettysburg fought?Wednesday July 1 to Friday July 3, 1863

Union and Confederate LossesUnionkilled wounded missing total3,155 14,531 5,369 23,055Confederatekilled wounded missing total4,708 12,693 5,830 23,231

Who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg? Generals Confederate: General Robert E. Lee, Lieutenant General James LongstreetUnion: Major General George Gordon Meade, Major General John Fullton ReynoldsSoildersConfederate: 70,000 menUnion: 94,000 menThe ArmiesConfederate: The Army of Northern VirginiaUnion: Army of the Potomac

The Battle of Gettysburg

BY: Vinnie DiMauro, Greg Regis, and Chris Duff

The Battle of Gettysburg was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.

Fun FactOnly one civilian died during the whole battle. Her name was Jennie Wade.

The Union won the battle.

The Gettysburg Adress was ten sentences long, but it was one of the greatest speeches in North America. It guided the nation to redefine itself during the middle of the war.

Why was the Battle of Gettysburg fought?After two attacks on Rappahannock River in Virginia, the Union was able to withdraw. After both had seperated they met again Gettysburg.

Major General George Gordon Meade

General Robert Edward Lee

July 1, 2, and 3 were some of the hottest days of that year, 1863..

Jennie Wade


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