Tag: Pickett’s Charge

It Pays to be Different

By Thomas J. Stanley on Aug 6th, 2013 in Mentor's Corner

The next time you visit the Gettysburg Battlefield stop by the National Museum.  It is near the high water mark of Pickett’s ill-fated charge.  Inside the museum you will find a long set of glass cases.  They are filled with numerous clusters of lead bullets, grape shot, and cannonballs all which met/fused together in mid air […]