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Battle of Gettysburg
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  • Well, the clerk wakes a nice young bell hop—fine lad—not a day over seventy-nine years old—fought at the Battle of Gettysburg and doesn’t know it’s over yet—thought I was one of the Confederates, I guess, from the way he looked at me—and Rip van Winkle took me up to something—I found out afterwards they called it a room, but first I thought there’d been some mistake—I thought they were putting me in the Salvation Army collection-box!

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  • It wasn’t that my life was ruined because I never sang in a holiday choir or that I missed the thrill of reenacting the Battle of Gettysburg with water balloons and squirt guns.
    Laurie Halse Anderson  --  The Impossible Knife of Memory
  • It was the battle of Gettysburg, the biggest and bloodiest of the Civil War.
    Lauren Tarshis  --  I Survived: The Battle of Gettysburg, 1863

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