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Pale horse at Plum Run : the First Minnesota at Gettysburg
Leehan, Brian
Adult Nonfiction E475.53 .L48 2002

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ContentsPage
Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xvii
1 - I had been sleeping with a dead manp. 3
2 - The morning of a better hopep. 14
3 - The best we had in the shopp. 28
4 - What meaner place could man be put in?p. 38
5 - My God, are these all the men we have here?p. 51
6 - Behold! A Pale Horsep. 56
7 - Dead men and horses lying all around mep. 77
8 - We just rushed in like wild beastsp. 82
9 - The funeral of our regimentp. 99
Epilogue: Ready to do it, whatever it might costp. 124
Appendix 1 - A Question of Timep. 141
Appendix 2 - The Tools of Deathp. 144
Appendix 3 - The Mythology of the First Minnesotap. 152
Appendix 4 - Casualtiesp. 169
Bibliographyp. 189
Notesp. 198
Indexp. 235
Maps
Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, 1862-63p. 23
Gettysburg, July 1, eveningp. 31
Gettysburg, July 2, 3:30 to 5:00 P.M.p. 40
Gettysburg, July 2, about 7:00 P.M.p. 57
Gettysburg, July 3, through the end of the cannonadep. 88
Gettysburg, July 3, Pickett's Chargep. 92


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