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The Angle (Bloody Angle colloq.) is a Gettysburg Battlefield area which includes the 1863 Copse of Trees used as the target landmark for Pickett's Charge, the ...


The Copse of Trees on the Gettysburg battlefield, the target for Pickett's Charge during the Battle of Gettysburg.


Apr 20, 2013 ... The Copse of Trees was the focal point of Pickett's Charge on July 3rd, 1863, the last day of the Battle of Gettysburg. It is located inside The ...


Jan 4, 2017 ... Answer 1 of 3: Does anyone know the type or types of trees that made up the focus of the 3rd day?


My understanding is that Basil Biggs harvested the original trees, The Copse of trees in 1863 was larger than today, extending to the west.


Apr 30, 2014 ... We were talking about Gettysburg the other day in my Pennsylvania History course and I found myself referencing the infamous "copse of trees.


Jul 20, 2013 ... Several years after the war, perhaps in 1868 or 1869 Bachelder came upon Basil Biggs, a farmer whose property included the Copse of Trees, ...


Copse of Trees September 1998, Looking North Focus of Lee's Attack on July 3, 1863. Copse of Trees November 1998, Looking East Confederate View See the ...


Jan 21, 2009 ... The Service cut down four "witness trees" from the Gettysburg battlefield. The white oak trees were between 160 and 229 years old and were present at the ... As many visitors to Gettysburg know, the “Copse of Trees” above ...