Finding a roster of all of the men who attended the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg will be nearly impossible. Below are a pair of links to the Sons of Union Veterans, the heir to the Grand Army of the Republic, and Sons of Confederate Veterans. These groups may have some type of list of attendants in there archives. Another source of information is your local library or state library.
Confederate soldiers were headed to Gettysburg Pennsylvania seeking shoes. Inadvertently they encountered Union soldiers. This was the inception of the Battle of Gettysburg.
There were about 40,360.
Both the Confederate and the Union soldiers that died while fighting in the Battle of Gettysburg.
What was the objective of the confederate in the battle of Gettysburg
At the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863, the Confederate army suffered 28,000 casualties. This figure represents both wounded and killed soldiers.
At the US Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, the Union army captured a significant number of Confederate soldiers. The total was about 13,000, including about 7,000 wounded soldiers that were too weak to escape.
The Confederate Army was looking for shoes which Gettysburg had a factory for. The Confederate Army had sent soldiers to the town to get the shoes but ran into waiting Union Soldiers. (idiots)
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 army had around 70,000 men, to the federals 93,500.
Confederate 75,000 men Union 88,289 men
Where every combat soldier sleeps. In a fighting hole or on the ground.
High Casualties, Many soldiers retreating, and Confederate Victory.
General George G. Meade
Robert E. Lee led the Army of Northern Virginia.
The confederateThe Confederate Won The Battle Of Gettysburg
Abraham Lincoln was the one that delivered the Gettysburg address. It was given in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on Thursday, November 19, 1863. It was a dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery roughly four months after Union soldiers defeated Confederate soldiers in the Battle of Gettysburg.
About 300,000 soldiers burried at the battle of gettysburg
General Robert E. Lee was in command of the Confederate army at Gettysburg.
The number of Confederate soldiers at the Battle of Shiloh was 44,699.
The Battle of Gettysburg is known by that name alone in the North and the South.