|Another Clip from the 1938 Gettysburg Reunion|
75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, 1938. Footage of Confederate and Union veterans shaking hands over a stone wall. I don't know if this wall contained stones used in a stone wall during the actual battle in 1863, but probably so. It starts with the old veterans shaking hands and calling "Hello Yankee" and "Hello Johnny" and things like that, then one Confederate near the camera takes up the Rebel Yell for a few seconds. Laughter is heard (source unknown, possibly a bystander), then the old old Johnny identifies it: "That's the Rebel Yell!"
|The Union Position on Day One|
A dramatic recreation of General Lee and his staff assessing Federal strength and positioning from the film "Gettysburg". You might be amused to notice that the map used in this scene is the same Gettysburg map offered on this site which was published by Harper's Magazine some months following the battle.
|Pickets Charge on the Third Day|
A dramatic recreation of Picket's Charge from the film, "Gettysburg".
|Bayonet Charge on Little Round Top|
A clip from the film "Gettysburg" re-staging Colonel Joshuah Chamberlain's (Jeff Daniels) necessary bayonet attack from the slopes of Little Round Top.
|The Gettysburg Address|
A nice delivery of the address accompanied by a slide show of Civil War imagery.
|The 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg|
A montage of archival footage from the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg (1938).