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  • The Battle of Gettysburg
  • July 1-3, 186358,000 total casualtiesover 31,000 union losses and over 27,000 confederate losses
  • who
  • why
  • the battle of gettysburg was a very important battle in the Civil war because it is considered the turning point.
  • what
  • from the north (left), George Meade, and from the south (right), Robert E. Lee
  • where
  • The Confederates were convinced that an invasion and victory in the North would encourage foreign nations to recognize the Confederacy as its own sovereign nation.
  • results
  • after 3 days of bloody battling, lee's army retreated in defeat.
  • the battle of gettysburg took place in gettysburg, pennsylvania
  • General Lee invaded the North and was met by the Union army at Gettysburg, PA. After battling, Lee's army retreated in defeat and it was a union victory. It was also the last time the confederate army was able to invade the north.
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