Eve of Battle, The - by Mort Kunstler
On June 30, the eve of the battle of Gettysburg, General John Buford (walking in front of the Gettysburg Seminary) contemplates the enemy position and prepares for the next day's battle. Later the seminary was turned into a makeshift hospital for the wounded. Buford leads his staff into position near the seminary at dawn on July 1.
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