Personal, painful, poignant: Area heroes showcased in Minnesota's 'legendary' Civil War history
ST. PAUL -- On the second day of the Battle of Gettysburg, Confederate forces had broken through the Union Army lines. Col. William Colvill, commander of the 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, was ordered to charge his regiment in a desperate attempt to stall the Confederate advance.
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