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American Civil War Gettysburg Paper Soldiers--PDF

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Recreate the pivotal battle of Gettysburg with this book of paper soldiers!  This 12 page downloadable PDF includes 50 soldiers and 50 bases so they can stand.  Each base is marked with a national flag, so that there is no confusion between sides in the heat of battle.

There are 25 Confederate soldiers, including an officer and drummer, from the 14th Virginia Regiment.  They are ready to take part in Pickett's Charge on the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg. They are opposed by 25 Union soldiers, including an officer and drummer, from the 69th Pennsylvania Regiment. These two units battled each other during Pickett's Charge. 

Will the Union forces turn back the Confederates like in the real battle, or will it be a Confederate victory?  You decide!  Pages are 8.5" x 11", so they can be printed from any color printer.  All you need to recreate Pickett's Charge is glue, tape, and a pair of scissors!

 
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Edwina M September 01, 2016 5:25 pm UTC
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Bought this for our son to work with during an upcoming trip to Pennsylvania. I just have a couple questions about it though! It doesn't say whether we should print on regular paper or the heavier card stock? Also, where could we find information to help "fight" the battle as it happened in a format a 13 year old can easily understand and follow?
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ACWPS001
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File Last Updated:
December 15, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on December 15, 2015.