New PDF release: Tillie Pierce: Teen Eyewitness to the Battle of Gettysburg

By Tanya Anderson

think being fifteen years outdated, dealing with the bloodiest conflict ever to occur on U.S. soil: the conflict of Gettysburg. In July 1863, this is often precisely what occurred to Tillie Pierce, a standard youngster who grew to become an not likely heroine of the Civil warfare (1861-1865). Tillie and different girls and women like her stumbled on themselves trapped in this serious three-day conflict in southern Pennsylvania. with out education, yet with huge, immense braveness and compassion, Tillie and different Gettysburg voters helped shop the lives of numerous wounded Union and accomplice infantrymen.

In gripping prose, Tillie Pierce: youngster Eyewitness to the of conflict Gettysburg takes readers backstage. and during Tillie’s personal phrases, the tale of 1 of the Civil War’s most renowned battles comes alive.

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