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What is in a Gallon?
9:00 pm on the evening of the 2nd of July, 1863 - General Harry T. Hays’ Brigade of Louisianians capture the guns of the First New York Artillery on Cemetery Hill.
Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863 - Confederate General James Longstreet surveys Union defenses just prior to Pickett’s Charge.
May 30, 1863 - This ambush of a Federal supply train was the first of many by the legendary Confederate Partisan Ranger, John S. Mosby.
Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863 - Union skirmishers begin to retreat while Pickett’s Division march as if on parade toward Union positions on Cemetery Hill at Gettysburg.
The Wheatfield, Gettysburg, PA, July 2, 1863 - At less than fifty yards, the men of Colonel Pat Kelly’s famed Irish Brigade prepare to fire their first volley into the South Carolinians.
Gettysburg, PA, July 1, 1863 - The 6th Wisconsin Vol. Inf. Regiment charges the 2nd Mississippi Vol. Inf. Regiment.
Gettysburg, PA - Reilly’s Battery of the famed Hood’s Division, engaged in counterbattery action against Hazlett’s Union Battery on Little Round Top.
Gettysburg, PA, July 3, 1863 - Picket’s Charge - Pickett said "Up men, and to your posts! Don’t forget today that you are from Old Virginia!"
John C. Pelham leading Stuart’s horse artillery to the support of Jackson at Sharpsburg.
July 1863 - Lt. General James Longstreet and his beloved First Corps, marching to Gettysburg.
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