Gettysburg Magazine 65

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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 65 (July 2021)


Ed Bearrs Remembered . . . And Now To Be Quoted
Sonny Fulks

“It Was the Intention to Defend the Place”: John Reynolds and the Decision to Fight at Gettysburg
Allen R. Thompson

The Forgotten Assault at Gettysburg: Richard Anderson’s Division on July 2
Mike Rinehart

The Myth that Mahone’s Brigade Did Not Move on July 2, 1863
John Horn

In Their Role as Commander-in-Chief: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis during the Gettysburg Campaign Part One: April–May 1863
Thomas J. Ryan

Died at Culp’s Hill: The Saga of Major Benjamin W. Leigh
David G. Martin

“How Am I Going . . . To Show My Rank?” What George Armstrong Custer Actually Wore at Gettysburg
Gregory J. W. Urwin

When Is the Best Time to See Gettysburg?
Sonny Fulks

Book Notes
Gregory A. Coco, A Strange and Blighted Land: Gettysburg, the Aftermath of a Battle
Angie Atkinson

James S. Pula, Under the Crescent Moon with the XI Corps in the Civil War: Volume 2: From Gettysburg to Victory, 1863–1865
Dan Welch

Eric J. Wittenberg and Daniel T. Davis, Out Flew the Sabres: The Battle of Brandy Station, June 9, 1863
Alison Handy

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