CD: Prelude to Gettysburg

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CD: Prelude to Gettysburg

19.00

When General Robert E. Lee moved north up the Shenandoah Valley toward Gettysburg, he ordered Jeb Stuart to screen the Confederate advance from Federal troops east of the Blue Ridge. On a hot, dusty day in June of 1863, Federal horsemen collided with Stuart's pickets at Aldie and began five days of fierce cavalry actions moving west through Middleburg and culminating in the Battle of Upperville, where 10,000 troops were engaged. Approximately 20 miles. 10 stops. Written and narrated by Robert O’Neill. Introduction by Willard Scott. CD format only – small map included.

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