Gettysburg High Water Mark


High Water mark at Gettysburg is the limit to which the Confederate troops of Pickett’s Charge advanced. After marching in a line across the fields while companions fell or were killed, scaling or attempting scale the split rail fences, and fighting through the hail of grape shot and Minnie balls, very few Confederate troops made it to this mark before being repelled or killed. in the background is the Pennsylvania Monument.
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