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Gettysburg National Military Park #104 | Trailhead Graphics - Inc.

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General Robert E. Lee, eager to move the fighting north, advanced into Pennsylvania in June of 1863. After suffering heavy losses over the three day battle, Lee retreated back to Virginia. Another example of an indecisive victory strategy-wise, Gettysburg was a great morale booster for the North. In November, President Lincoln traveled from Washington and issued the Gettysburg Address. Map Features: Over 435 monuments and 416 markers and tablets highlight this very detailed park map. Both 1863 and modern tree lines, historic and modern roads, and 10' contour intervals help define the battlefield. Three index maps, simple troop movement maps, and an Organizational Chart are also included.

ISBN: 9781883271039
Publication date: 2012
Folded dimensions: 9.45 x 4.33 in. / 24 x 11 cm
Unfolded dimensions: 30.71 x 20.87 in. / 78 x 53 cm