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Gettysburg By Morning

Eloise Jacobson celebrates the Fourth of July, 1861, by delivering a rousing speech, calling for war against the South. She inspires her brother to enlist, but he decides to run instead, and she takes his place. As a result, Eloise becomes one of over 200 documented cases of women served in the Civil War.