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The Best Sites For Learning About The Battle Of Gettysburg

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It’s the 150th anniversary of the Battle Of Gettysburg, and there isn’t a shortage of related online resources.

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About The Battle Of Gettysburg:

Gettysburg: The bloodiest battle is an Associated Press interactive.

A Cutting-Edge Second Look at the Battle of Gettysburg is an interactive from Smithsonian Magazine.

INTERACTIVE TIMELINE: The Gettysburg Battlefield is from The Hartford Courant.

The U.S. Army has developed an impressive interactive on the Battle.

Civil War: Gettysburg is a photo gallery from The History Channel.

The Smithsonian has an interactive on the Gettysburg Address.

Here are two more interactives of the battle.

150th anniversary of Battle of Gettysburg provides a bigger story is from CNN.

Where They Fought: The Battlefields of Gettysburg is a Wall Street Journal slideshow.

The Many Faces of Gettysburg is another WSJ slideshow.

The Many Faces of Gettysburg is another WSJ slideshow.

The Battle of Gettysburg: 150 Years Ago is a photo gallery from The Atlantic.

Gettysburg, Pa., then and now is a photo gallery from The LA Times.

The Legacy of Gettysburg
is a photo gallery from ABC News.

Gettysburg by the Numbers is a great site. Thanks to Louise Maine for the tip.

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