Civil War Institute
This semester, I have been working on the Killed at Gettysburg digital history project, which aims to tell the story of soldiers who died at Gettysburg while also tracking their movements on a map so that they can be followed. I was given Hannibal Howell of Company C of the 76th New York Infantry, and his story proved to be a lot more than I expected. [excerpt]
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Tracey, Jonathan, "The Howell Brothers: A Costly Sacrifice on the Altar of Freedom" (2017). The Gettysburg Compiler: On the Front Lines of History. 269.