Battle of Gettysburg Poem

Battle of Gettysburg Poem

Battle of Gettysburg Poem is written and narrated by Christopher Rudolph. This Epic Poem tells the story of the epic battle between the Union Army of the Potomac and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia that took at Gettysburg from July 1st to July 3rd, 1863.

A “Monumental piece.” Janet Morgan Riggs – President of Gettysburg College

“Excellent, and a great way to get students interested in history! It’s extremely creative, and a great approach to teaching.” – Dianne Zazalli DeBella – Writing Professor at University of Colorado

“It may be especially effective as a teaching tool because it is a different way of presenting the information, and is much livelier and more emphatic than most epic poems.” – Bill O’Leary

Christopher Rudolph has “a really powerful voice which is impressive with this poem. I loved it. Quite a tour de force.” – Judy Hammer – High School English and Drama Teacher

Written and Narrated by Christopher Rudolph © 2015

Chapter 1 – Army of Norther Virginia Marches North

Chapter 2 – Army of Potomac Pursues

Chapter 3 – The Spy Reveals

Chapter 4 – Colonel Chamberlain of Maine

Chapter 5 – Buford Finds High Ground

Chapter 6 – Longstreet’s Men

Chapter 7 – The First Shot

Chapter 8 – Lee – First Day Begins – July 1st, 1863

Chapter 9 – General John Buford  – July 1st

Chapter 10 – Iron Brigade vs Confederates – July 1st, 1863

Chapter 11 – 6th Wisconsin, 95th NY, 14th Brooklyn – July 1st, 1863

Chapter 12 – Robert E. Lee – First Day – Moving Into Gettysburg

Chapter 13 – Chamberlain – July 1st – First Day 

Chapter 14 – Longstreet Forebodes – Night of July 1st

Chapter 15 – Lee – Night Before The Second Day

Chapter 16 – Buford – Night Before The Second Day

Chapter 17 – Chamberlain 2nd Day – July 2nd, 1863 

Chapter 18 – Longstreet 2nd Day 

Chapter 19 – Charge of the 1st Minnesota – 2nd Day

Chapter 20 – Charge of 20th Maine – 2nd Day

Chapter 21 – Saviors of Little Round Top Right – 2nd Day

Chapter 22 – Greene and Ireland – Culp’s Hill – 2nd Night

Chapter 23 – Longstreet – Night Before 3rd Day

Chapter 24 – Lee – Night Before 3rd Day

Chapter 25 – Chamberlain – 3rd Day Begins – July 3rd, 1863

Chapter 26 – Longstreet – 3rd Day

Chapter 27 – East Cavalry Field – 3rd Day

Chapter 28 – Armistead  – Pickett, Pettigrew, and Trimble’s Charge

Chapter 29 – Bloody Angle – 3rd Day

Chapter 30 – Longstreet – The Aftermath

Chapter 31 – Colonel Chamberlain – End of 3rd Day


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