Lincoln believed the true target for the Army of the Potomac was
The Making of Robert E. Lee was written by
The historian who first raised a major objection to the favorable interpretation of Robert E. Lee was
Union troops fighting around Gettysburg were reinforced late on the morning of July 1 by the arrival of the Eleventh Corps under the command of
The author of A Constitutional View of the Late War between the Stateswas
Books such as A Narrative of the Great Revivaland Christ in the Camp tended to create the impression that
The Battle of Gettysburg was
Confederate vice-president __________ said shortly after the founding of the Confederacy that the new government was built on the “cornerstone” of race-based slavery.
In writing about Robert E. Lee, historian Thomas Lawrence Connelly,
The book A Narrative of the Great Revival was written by
On July 2 James Longstreet believed the Army of Northern Virginia ought to
While waiting for the Confederates to make a move on July 2, Union Third Corps commander __________ became concerned that his troops were in a bad position and redeployed the corps contrary to orders from Meade.
The term “Lost Cause” was coined by
On July 1, 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg began when a probe by Heth’s Confederate division encountered Union cavalry near Gettysburg under the command of General
During the Gettysburg Campaign
Meade and some of the Army of the Potomac’s other generals held Abner Doubleday in low regard primarily because Doubleday
Before the armies actually met at Gettysburg, Meade had sent an order to all his corps commanders directing them to
After the death of the commander of the First Corps in mid-morning of July 1, overall Union command on the Gettysburg battlefield passed to
A Constitutional View of the Late War between the Statessuggested that the Confederacy had been
When the Union Eleventh Corps reached the Gettysburg battlefield late on the morning of July 1, its commander recognized the importance of ________ and placed a division in reserve there.
Longstreet’s assault on the Union left flank late on the afternoon of July 2
According to historian Allen C. Guelzo, the key military terrain feature in the Gettysburg area was
Lee first learned of the presence of the Army of the Potomac in Pennsylvania from