Battle Of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg was fought over three days, July 1st to 3rd, 1863, as part of the American Civil War. The Union Army of the Potomac, commanded by George G. Meade, defeated the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by Robert E. Lee. Over 46,000 soldiers were killed, wounded, or captured. Many historians consider the battle of Gettysburg the turning point of the war.

Bibliographers estimate that perhaps over 30,000 books have been written about the Battle of Gettysburg or the Gettysburg campaign.

The Killer Angels (The Civil War Trilogy, #2)
Gettysburg: The Last Invasion
Gettysburg--Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill
I Survived the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863 (I Survived, #7)
The New Gettysburg Campaign Handbook: Facts, Photos, and Artwork for Readers of All Ages, June 9 - July 14, 1863 (Savas Beatie Handbook)
Gettysburg--The First Day
Gettysburg, Day Three
The Gettysburg Campaign: A Study in Command
Cain at Gettysburg
Gettysburg: A Testing of Courage
The First Day at Gettysburg: Essays on Confederate and Union Leadership
The Maps of Gettysburg: An Atlas of the Gettysburg Campaign, June 3 - July 13, 1863
The Gettysburg Campaign June-July 1863

Stephen W. Sears
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Stephen W. Sears, Gettysburg

Buford didn’t dress for respect, he earned it. He didn’t try to get his name in the newspapers, instead he led with deeds that caused his men to follow his guidon with confidence and the full expectation of success.
Eric J. Wittenberg, The Devils to Pay: John Buford at Gettysburg. a History and Walking Tour.

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