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I get a very 150 years ago our country stood divided during the four years of the civil war.
Americans were killed today we mark the anniversary the largest battle of that -- the battle of Gettysburg.
And of course is in Gettysburg Pennsylvania with more -- yeah.
Hey good morning -- good morning to everyone at home although a solemn time the commemoration of that.
Anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg is a great opportunity for folks to get excited about learning our history and teaching -- our children.
We got an up close look with some of the 101000 -- actors here for the events.
It's the biggest battle on this continent.
It was the biggest to manulife alive he is a hole and can be -- expiration.
Then it brought to the -- for winning this battle helped them for -- -- why is it important for our kids a lot about the battle of Gettysburg.
A lot her name is their chance to live English slam.
That being beautiful and honor for trying to protect their homes.
And families to get this world were they did what they had to do.
And many are -- right around here yes there.
Despite the bloodshed on the battlefield only one civilian was killed a woman struck by a stray bullet while baking bread but all the other town's people lived in fear.
How much damage was left after the battle of Gettysburg.
Homes storr stopped the pages they -- listing of damage.
Brand hundreds of pages when the citizens lay claims.
To the federal government.
And although the civil war did drag on for an extended two more years the battle of Gettysburg is seen as the major turning point leaving 51000.
Wounded missing or captured -- -- really is seen as a solid ground we're at the memorial here.
Seven million bullets were fired during that three day battle and if you take a look at the differences.
Between the -- union bullets and the confederate bullets these have three hearings.
And these have to hear so a lot of history out here and we'll be talking with president Abraham Lincoln and Robert.
Outlets and I think from the dead and putting their differences aside for a fantastic up migrating those are such.
Great reminders of Gettysburg and it's staggering numbers 609000.
And as history an account of that they was saying that one of the rob really made a mistake he had very -- about how are -- the we're the union was coming from and how many soldiers they actually had so we made some key mistakes because he didn't have.
Great surveillance and -- I.
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