Civil War Institute
The normally quiet town of Gettysburg was once more disrupted by battle when two groups of protesters went head-to-head over the memory of the Confederate flag. Since the tumult and confusion of that fateful Saturday two weeks ago, many have weighed in on the day’s events with varying degrees of accuracy and distorted perceptions of reality. The following is my account. [excerpt]
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Lauck, Jeffrey L., "What I Saw of the Rally: A Few Observations from the Confederate Flag Protests" (2016). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 145.