Gettysburg Magazine 40

Gettysburg Magazine 40

Edited by Andy Turner

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Table Of Contents

Introduction: "Gettysburg Revisited"
by Edwin C. Bearss

In Their Words: Cannoneers as Cavalrymen
by Silas Felton

An Historical "Urban Legend": O'Neal's Brigade at Gettysburg on July 1
by Paul Clark Cooksey

The 157th New York Volunteers at Gettysburg
by R. L. Murray

Pvt. Stephen O. Gray, Company C, 12th New Hampshire Infantry
by Joseph Stahl

Col. George Hull Ward of the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
by David L. Callihan

Absolutely Essential to Victory: Brig. Gen. George S. Greene's Brigade and the Fight for Culp's Hill
by Richard Urban

If You Want To Go
by Sonny Fulks

Why Did the Artillery Preparation at Gettysburg Fail?: An Examination of the Day-Three Artillery Fighting
by Michael J. Forsyth

The 72nd Pennsylvania Monument Controversy
by Jonathan D. Neu

Death of a Secessionist Regiment: The Losses of the 1st Tennessee at Gettysburg
by Timothy P. Mulligan

The Politics of Command in the 83rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry and the Bizarre Case of Maj. William H. Lamont
by George E. Deutsch

The Gettysburg Magazine Interview: Wayne E. Motts