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In July 1863, Union and Confederate troops met in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and in three days forever changed the course of American history. In the first of a two-part program, three of America’s most renowned Civil War historians discuss the Battle of Gettysburg, one of the conflict’s bloodiest and most haunting battles, and examine why it has endured in American memory more than any other incident in the Civil War.
James M. McPherson is the George Henry Davis 1886 Professor of American History Emeritus at Princeton University and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Battle Cry of Freedom. His latest book is War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies, 1861-1865. John F. Marszalek is executive director of the Ulysses S. Grant Association and has written several major Civil War books, including Sherman’s Other War. Harold Holzer (moderator) is the author, coauthor or editor of more than 40 books on Lincoln and the Civil War era and a recipient of the National Humanities Medal. His latest book is Emancipating Lincoln.
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