How rocks shaped Gettysburg and other Civil War battles

 

A just-published article in Geosphere, the journal of the Geological Society of America, details how rock formations helped to determine the outcome at Gettysburg, where Union forces stopped a desperate Southern effort to invade the North, and ultimately sealed the Confederacy’s fate.

Source: How Rocks Shaped the Civil War 

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