Gettysburg Magazine 64

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Written for both professional and amateur historians, Gettysburg Magazine has been publishing engaging and highly readable works of original scholarship concerning the battle and campaign of Gettysburg since 1989. Each issue presents peer-reviewed research into the strategies, the controversies, the participants, the witnesses, and the events leading up to and following the battle. Features include personal essays, historical and contemporary photography from the site, and maps that allow readers to more fully visualize the events of those critical three days in American history.

Table Of Contents
Issue 64 (January 2021)


“Ours Was a Desperate Position to Hold”: A New Look at the 1st Rhode Island Cavalry at Middleburg
Robert Grandchamp

The Art of Command and Intelligence: Jeb Stuart in the Gettysburg Campaign
Thomas J. Ryan

Henry Heth and His Division at Gettysburg on July 1
Darrell Collins

Disaster on the Flank: The 17th Connecticut Infantry
Andy Ward

Lincoln’s Call for the Destruction of Lee’s Army after Gettysburg: A Postmortem
Thomas J. Ryan and Richard R. Schaus

The Battle of Gettysburg
Capt. Louis G. Young

On the Path of History: A Monumental Mystery
Jeff Harding

If You Want To Go: And Things Not Seen
Sonny Fulks

Book Notes
Ronald D. Kirkwood, “Too Much for Human Endurance”: The George Spangler Farm and the Battle of Gettysburg
Cameron Sauers

Joe Owen, Lone Star Valor: Texans of the Blue & Gray at Gettysburg
James S. Pula

Leon Reed, Stories the Monuments Tell
James S. Pula

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