Battle of Gettysburg
Confederate casualties lie where they fell in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, just two days after the decisive Union victory.
Photograph by Alexander Gardner, courtesy Library of Congress
specific place where violence is carried out, as part of a larger war or other conflict.
activities designed to achieve a social, political, or military goal.
(1860-1865) American conflict between the Union (north) and Confederacy (south).
having to do with the Confederate States of America (south) during the Civil War.
able to make decisions with certainty.
very destructive or damaging.
terrible and damaging event.
to develop or come into view.
position of a particular point on the surface of the Earth.
a skillful movement.
word or phrase used to represent something else, or an understanding of one concept in terms of another concept.
invading or attacking, not defending.
to go back to a familiar or safe place.
to give up.
final or maximum.
having to do with states supporting the United States (north) during the U.S. Civil War.