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Battle of Little Round Top Language Arts/American History Integrated Webliography Brock and Kelly Stalions "The 20th Maine and Third Brigade on Little Round Top." Echoes of Gettysburg. 2006. Echoes of Gettysburg. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.echoesofgettysburg.com/id1.html>. Description: This site has information on the Battle of Little Round Top and has links to first hand accounts (diaries) of soldiers who fought at this battle. "Battle of Little Round Top." Reference.com. 2006. Lexico Publishing Group. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.reference.com/browse/wiki/Battle_of_Little_Round_Top>. Description: Much like wikipedia, this online encyclopedia has some basic facts regarding the Battle of Little Round Top. This site goes into a little more details on strategies and plans for the attack. Beller, Susan Provost. "To Hold this Ground: A desperate Battle at Gettysburg." Susan Provost Beller. 2006. The Authors Guild. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.susanprovostbeller.com/work2.htm>. Description: Susan Provost Beller wrote a book that parallels the lives of two men who fought at Little Round Top: Joshua Chamberlain (20th Maine) and William Calvin Oates (15th Alabama). As well as including great pictures of what Little Round Top looked like, this site gives a synopses of this book and would be a great resource for students who may want to do an independent book study on Little Round Top. "Colonel Chamberlain & the 20th Maine Infantry." Voices of Battle: the Battle of Gettysburg by Those Who Witnessed It. 2006. National Park Service. 6 Jul 2006 <http://nps.gov/gett/gettour/sidebar/chambln.htm>. Description: This site has the entire Col. Joshua Chamberlain diary from the Battle of Little Round Top. "Gettysburg National Military Park: Little Round Top Virtual Tour." National Park Service. 2006. U.S. Department of the Interior. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.nps.gov/gett/getttour/tstops/tstd2-10.htm>. Description: This site from the National Park Service gives a virtual tour of Little Round Top. The views that both the North and South had at Little Round Top is made evident and is made to come to life. This site is more than just a description of what happened at the battle. Goellnitz, Jenny. "Biography of Strong Vincent." Strong Vincent: The Hero of the Battle of Little Round Top. 1997-2006. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.vincent.goellnitz.org>. Description: This site explains the importance of Strong Vincent in defending Little Round Top for the Union. Vincent was the one who originally ordered his troops to defend the hill and is famous for his line, “Don’t give and inch!” before he was mortally wounded. Strong Vincent is an underappreciated but vital member of the Union line of defense and is a must-read for anyone studying the Battle of Little Round Top. Hoemann, George. "The American Civil War Homepage." 2006. 6 Jul 2006 <http://sunsite.utk.edu/civilwar/warweb.html>. Description: This site has links to every primary source from the Civil War. From Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to Congressional letters to diaries of soldiers, this is an amazing web site for primary sources from every battle of the Civil War. "Joshua L. Chamberlain's Pages." Life Stories of Civil War Heroes. 2003. 1st Dragoon's Civil War Site. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/6732/jilc.html>. Description: Access to Col. Joshua Chamberlain’s personal diaries can be obtained from this web site. This site is by far the best source for primary sources of the Battle of Little Round Top and is a must for those studying the literature of this great battle. "Little Round Top." Wikipedia. 2006. 6 Jul 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Little_Round_Top>. Description: This site has basic facts on the Battle of Little Round Top and would be a good starting site for students who are researching this battle and need basic background information. Morgan, James. "Who Saved Little Round Top? A Response to the Melcher Challenge." Camp Chase Gazette July 1996: Gettysburg Discussion Group. 7/6/06 <http://www.gdg.org/Research/People/Chamberlain/flash.html>. Description: Morgan argues in this essay that Joshua Chamberlain is undoubtedly the hero of Little Round Top. Morgan refutes other views on who was responsible for the success of the Union at Little Round Top. This site gives students a look at how history can be debatable and how authors sometimes interprets history differently. "Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War." 2006. PA Civil War Volunteers. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.pacivilwar.com/bios/>. Description: This site has biography and diary links of some 200 soldiers from Pennsylvania, many of whom fought at Little Round Top. This is another amazing primary source link to the Battle of Little Round Top. Schwartz, Peter. "Lietenant Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain." Welcome to the Left End of the Union Lines at Gettysburg on 2 July 1863. 2005. 6 Jul 2006 <http://schwartz.eng.auburn.edu/ACW/lrt.html>. Description: Schwartz’s web site has insights on Col Chamberlain’s heroics at Little Round Top and has links to pictures and letters of Chamberlain. Valentine, John. "Biography Joshua Chamberlain, Colonel - 20th Maine, Army of the Potomac." Civil War Webquest. 2006. San Lorenzo Middle School. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.kcusd.org/~slorenzo/webquests/civilwar/joshua.html>. Description: This web site was created by an 8th grade American History teacher in California and describes the Civil War reenactment project that they do as well as has several links to Joshua Chamberlain and his personal letters. Whittle, Bill. "History: Life During Wartime." EjectEjectEject. 2003. 6 Jul 2006 <http://www.ejectejecteject.com/archives/000039.html>. Description: Bill Whittle has his own website which tries to convince liberals that America is not as bad as they think. If you can get over the politics of this website Whittle makes a great analogy of the war in Iraq to the Battle of Little Round Top. Whittle has an excerpt from Copperhead newspapers from 1863 which is a great primary source where readers can get the views of the newspapers from the Civil War era. "The Will to Win." The American Civil War: Forginig a More Perfect Union. 2006. National Park Service. 6 Jul 2006 <http://cwar.nps.gov/cwss/manassas/military/gettysburg/htm>. Description: This site from the National Park Service gives a great description of the Battle of Gettysburg and focuses on first hand accounts of the happenings at Little Round Top.