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  • "The enemy is there, General, and I am going to strike him," said Marse Robert in his firm, quiet voice. - Page 94. From The Heart of a Soldier: As Revealed in the Intimate Letters of Genl. George E. Pickett C.S.A.


  • Gen. James Longstreet, C. S. A. Gen. Robert E. Lee, C. S. A. Lieut. Gen. Jubal A. Early, C. S. A. Gen. George E. Pickett, C. S. A. Lieut. Gen. Richard S. Ewell, C. S. A. Gen. E. P. Alexander, C. S. A., Chief of Artillery in Longstreet's Corps at the Battle of Gettysburg From Reminiscences of the Civil War.


  • Do you remember, my Sally, how many times we said good-bye that evening?—Page 80. [Frontispiece Image] From The Heart of a Soldier: As Revealed in the Intimate Letters of Genl. George E. Pickett C.S.A.


  • You must have been up all night, my Prettice, to have made up and sent out such a basket of goodies and baked and buttered such a lot of biscuits and made so many jugs of coffee. My, I tell you, it all tasted good!—Page 106. From The Heart of a Soldier: As Revealed in the Intimate Letters of Genl. George E. Pickett C.S.A.