3 edition of Lewis and Mary at the Battle of Gettysburg found in the catalog.
Lewis and Mary at the Battle of Gettysburg
Frederick Easton Walter
English text, parallel German translation.
|Other titles||Lewis und Mary bei der Schlacht von Gettysburg|
|Statement||by Frederick Easton Walter.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Biography|
|LC Classifications||E475.53 .W27 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||2009901483|
Mary Virginia Wade ( – July 3, ), also known as Jennie Wade or Ginnie Wade, was a resident of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the Battle of the age of 20, she was the only direct civilian casualty of the battle, when she was killed by a stray bullet on July 3, The house where she was killed is now a popular tourist attraction and museum . YOU ARE THERE (Produced and directed by Robert Lewis Shayon) THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG--July 3, as reported by C.B.S. correspondents in the Columbia Broadcasting System's radio programs. With Don Hollenbeck, Richard C. Hottelet, John Daly, Ken Roberts, Ned Calmer Columbia 78rpm Set MM First broadcast Digital transfer .
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About the Book Lewis B. Walter and Mary Trostle were children growing up near the quiet farming town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On July 1–3,their lives and the history of the United States of America was forever : The Paperback of the Lewis And Mary At The Battle Of Gettysburg by Frederick Easton Walter at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more!Pages: Lewis and Mary's story is another rich fiber in the tapestry of the Gettysburg story. How they survived, how their family rebuilt the Trostle Farm, and how the Trostle Farm became a piece of the Military Park is fascinating American history.
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Lewis B. Walter and Mary Trostle were children growing up near the quiet farming town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. On Ju Brand: Xlibris US. Lewis and Mary at the Battle of Gettysburg: Frederick Easton Walter: Paperback: General bookBrand: Xlibris Corporation. The wedding photo of Gettysburg natives Lewis Walter, who was 6 when the battle occurred, and Mary Trostle-Walter, appears on the book’s front cover.
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They, as part of Maj. Gen. Richard H. Anderson’s Division, were too far to the rear to engage with the Union. Mary Armistead refers to Mary, in remembering the last night with Hancock and Hancock's wife Almira.
While not specifically stated, it is assumed this is his deceased wife's name. Pickett, Sallie (LaSalle Corbelle) George Pickett's wife; at the time of Gettysburg. Lewis B.
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Maria Lewis alias George Harris was a Union Civil War soldier, and former slave, who gained distinction in the Eighth New York Cavalry. Biography. Lewis was born aroundin Albemarle County, Virginia, where she and her family were kept as slaves.
At the age of seventeen, she emancipated herself from slavery by disguising herself as a "darkly tanned" Battles/wars: Battle of Waynesboro, Virginia, Battle.
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