Panoramics
 
  These prints provide a panoramic view of the battle  
 

20th Maine and 15th Alabama
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20th Maine and 15th Alabama
 
Col. Joshua Chamberlain and the 20th Maine on Little Round Top defending the left of the Union line.


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Coming Rain
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Coming Rain
 
Buford with his brigade commanders, Devin and Gamble, discuss the impending battle.


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Confederate Glory
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Confederate Glory
 
Brigadier General Richard Garnett leading his brigade of Pickett's Division, attacking the Union Center.


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Essayons: Engineers at Fredericksburg
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Essayons: Engineers at Fredericksburg
 
Soldiers of the Fiftieth New York Engineers try unsuccessfully to complete their pontoon bridge under fire.


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Expecting a Battle
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Expecting a Battle
 
Major General George G. Meade speaks to Major General Winfield S. Hancock of the Second Corps.


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Hood's Protest
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Hood's Protest
 
Major General John Bell Hood confers with Lieut. General James Longstreet about a flank attack on Little Round Top


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Jackson In The Valley
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Jackson In The Valley
 
Stonewall Jackson with a portion of his staff in the Shenandoah Valley.


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Little Round Top and The Valley of Death
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Little Round Top and The Valley of Death
 
Federals and Confederates clash from Houck’s Ridge, through the Valley of Plum Run, to the slopes of Little Round Top.


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Lord of the Valley
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Lord of the Valley
 
Brig. Gen. Richard Taylor reports to Maj. Gen. T. J. "Stonewall" Jackson.


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Old Pete
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Old Pete
 
Confederate General James Longstreet surveys Union defenses just prior to Pickett’s Charge.


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Pride of Erin
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Pride of Erin
 
At less than fifty yards, the men of Col. Pat Kelly’s famed Irish Brigade prepare to fire their first volley into the South Carolinians.


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Railroad Cut, The
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Railroad Cut, The
 
The 6th Wisconsin Vol. Inf. Regiment charges the 2nd Mississippi Vol. Inf. Regiment.


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