The Civil War in Four Minutes: National Cemeteries
VIDEO | Don Pfanz, one of the founders of the American Battlefield Trust, details why National Cemeteries were made after the Civil War and describes the process of transporting bodies from battlefields to those cemeteries. Also given are modern day similarities of National Cemeteries throughout the country.
VIDEO | Douglas Ullman, Jr. and Kristopher White of the Civil War Trust are joined by Don Pfanz and Chris Mackowski to discuss which wounding was more devastating to the Confederate Army, Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville or James Longstreet at The Wilderness?
Garry Adelman and Douglas Ullman, Jr. meet with Wayne Motts of The National Civil War Museum to look at artifacts owned by Captain Henry Fuller, who was killed in The Battle of Gettysburg. Adelman and Small also visit the site where Fuller took his final breaths.
Historian Jared Frederick discusses the impact of religion on soldiers, armies, and strategy throughout the Civil War. This video is part of the American Battlefield Trust's In4 video series, which presents short videos on basic Civil War topics.
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