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What was Jeb Stuart doing on East Cavalry Field, July 3, 1863?

The following inquiry appeared on some forum boards: What is the reasoning behind most historians today not willing to accept that Stuart’s attack was in cooperation with Pickett’s attack ? Now I have heard that one reason was because neither Stuart nor Lee made mention of it in their Gettysburg Battle reports. They also did not make mention of the signal shots but most historians think they happened, but not as signal shots.
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