America's Civil War

It’s Relative

1. Which son-in-law of Philip St. George Cooke held a command in the opposing

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By 1860, Gettysburg, Pa., boasted about 2,400 citizens. Ten roads led into the town, which created a few small but thriving industries such as carriage manufacturing, shoemaking, and tanning, as well as several educational institutions. Although the