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Gettysburg Turns the Tide for the Union.
Gettysburg often is seen as the turning point in the Civil War. From what you've found so far and the research that you have done, do you think that this belief is accurate? Why or why not?
Historians believe that the Battle of Gettysburg was the turning point of the Civil War. It was until the Battle of Gettysburg that the Union had the higher chance of winning the Civil War. It was the largest battle on American soil and took the lives of about 50,000 Union and Confederate forces. This was a significant engagement in that it detained the Confederate's second and last major invasion o…
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