ARMISTEAD AND HANCOCK: Behind the Gettysburg Legend of Two Friends at the Turning Point of the Civil War
Hancock and Armistead knew each other well before the Civil War. They crossed paths at a fort in Indian Territory before the Mexican War and then served together in California, becoming friends, and they parted ways when the Civil War broke out. Their lives wouldn't intersect again until Gettysburg, when they faced each other during Pickett's Charge. Photos.
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