Gettysburg Magazine 66

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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 66 (January 2022)




The Events and Actions of Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery, on July 2, 1863

Steven M. Gates

Confusion over the 2nd Connecticut Light Battery: Here’s What It Really Did at Gettysburg

Ron Kirkwood

Fifteen Men per Monument: The 27th Connecticut at Gettysburg

Mike Rinehart

“His Information Was Always Accurate and Reliable”: John S. Mosby and the Beginning of the Gettysburg Campaign

Rob Orrison and Kevin Pawlak

In Their Role as Commander-in-Chief: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis during the Gettysburg Campaign, Part 2, June 1863

Thomas J. Ryan

"They Would Kill Me for Sure”: The Wild Ride of James Parke Postles

Jeffrey R. Biggs

A Man of Iron: Theodore Pease’s Medical Treatment and Resiliency

Jonathan Tracey

The Death of General Lewis Armistead

Jay Kling

The Gettysburg Diary of Robert Robinson, 73rd Pennsylvania

Kelly Palestini

If You Want To Go: Peaches Then, Peaches Now . . . The Sherfy Orchard

Sonny Fulks

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