Download PDF by John M. Archer: Culp's Hill at Gettysburg: "The Mountain Trembled..."

By John M. Archer

The seriously wooded slopes of Culp’s Hill don't simply lend themselves to visions of lengthy, gallant traces of charging infantry as do different components at the battlefield at Gettysburg. however the regimental monuments and lines of breastworks that line the slopes of Culp’s Hill undergo silent testomony to a hellish clash: no different spot at Gettysburg could see this kind of sustained interval of brutal wrestle as whilst North and South vied for this ground.

The reader is invited to journey this seldom explored section of the conflict utilizing maps, pictures, and first-hand bills to aid comprehend the original personality of the fight for Culp’s Hill and the lads who fought for its slopes.

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