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Pickett, Lasalle C. (1848-1931) Pickett and his Men

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC08401 Author/Creator: Pickett, Lasalle C. (1848-1931) Place Written: Atlanta, Georgia Type: Book Date: 1900 Pagination: 439 p. 22 x 16 cm

Summary of Content: Second edition, with an introduction by James Longstreet. An inscribed copy to General Ell Torrance and his wife: "For General and Mrs. Ell Torrance with love and regards from the author, Lasalle Corbell Pickett. Think of the men who held these heights' 'Yes' he [Lincoln] replied, 'but think of the men who stormed these heights'. Page 408."

People: Pickett, La Salle Corbell, 1848-1931

Historical Era: Progressive Era to New Era, 1900-1929

Subjects: Confederate General or LeaderCivil WarMilitary HistoryConfederate States of AmericaUnion ForcesBattle of GettysburgBattle

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