During the Civil War, a young woman's sweetheart enlists to fight for the North, while her brother joins the Confederate forces. These three later join the many whose lives are altered by the great Battle of Gettysburg, fought from July 1 to 3, 1863. Following intense fighting, Confederate General George Pickett's troops are defeated. Later, President Lincoln delivers his Gettysburg Address, and a monument is dedicated on the battleground.
Believed to be lost, except for stock footage used in Cohen Collects a Debt (1912). Please check your attic. See also that film.
Several modern sources credit Charles Giblyn as the co-director. One modern source lists C. Gardner Sullivan as the scenarist, while another credits Charles Brown, Thomas Ince, and Richard Spencer. Sources also conflict regarding cast members: one lists Burton King, Joe King, Gertrude Claire, Shorty Hamilton, Mr. Hadley, and Mr. Edler; the other includes Willard Mack, Charles K. French, Enid Bennett, Herschel Mayall, Walter Edwards, Frank Borzage, J. Barney Sherry, Anna Little, George Fisher, J. Frank Burke, and Enid Markey.