How many people died at Gettysburg during the civil war?
the 1st day- 14,160 the 2nd day- 8,220 the 3rd day- 35,400 total of 57,780
The reason Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address is because he was reminding people about the billions of people that died from the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War. Also because he was asked to speak a few words at the dedication ceremony for the Soldiers National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. And because he hates you.
Why was the battle at Gettysburg often referred to as the high tide of the confederacy during the civil war?
Somewhere around 4000 Confederate soldiers died at Gettysburg. Records from this era do not usually include soldiers who may have died later from wounds received during a particular battle. Somewhere around 4000 Confederate soldiers died at Gettysburg. Records from this era do not usually include soldiers who may have died later from wounds received during a particular battle.
The significance of the battle of Gettysburg, in the civil war was all the men that fought on 25 square mile of land. all the men who died and the effects it had later on in the civil war. many men and horses died. it was so confusing that stonewall Jackson was shot by his own men. and the military strategy's used then.
This question may refer to the Gettysburg Address, if so, it came about because of the large battle of Gettysburg. After this major battle was over, Lincoln felt compelled to visit the site of the battlefield to pay honor to the brave soldiers who fought and died there. Lincoln's famous speech, the Gettysburg Address was a short but magnificent homage to the soldiers in the Battle of Gettysburg.
i know for a fact that Colonel Robert Shaw died in battle at fort Wagner during the united states civil war. as for the others who died, you're on your own. good luck! many people died. i don't think this will help but maybe......Google search ''famous people who died in the civil war....i know that it isn't the best but i think it can give you more information than i could give you alone...I hope…