Gettysburg Magazine 62

Gettysburg Magazine 62

Edited by James S. Pula

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Table Of Contents

Number 62 (2020)

Contents


Introduction

Articles

James Longstreet and the Third Day: “We Were Not Hunting for Any Fight”
Cory M. Pfarr

Howard at Gettysburg: A Reappraisal
James S. Pula

“I Should Not Be Surprised If They Cross the River Tonight”: A Resolute Lee vs. A Reluctant Meade, July 13, 1863
Thomas J. Ryan and Richard R. Schaus

The Making of an Artillery Officer: Major John Cheves Haskell at Gettysburg
David L. Shultz and Steven C. Nelson

The Role of Railroads in the Handling and Transportation of the Wounded During the Gettysburg Campaign
Anthony Puzzilla

Reexamining the Accounts of Two Female Casualties of Pickett’s Charge
Shelby Harriel

A Revealing Letter from Robert E. Lee to Samuel Johnston
Ronald S. Coddington with Dave Batalo

If You Want to Go: General Gouverneur Kemble Warren—A Picture Is Worth More Than a Thousand Words
Sonny Fulks

Book Notes
Cory M. Pfarr, Longstreet at Gettysburg: A Critical Reassessment
James S. Pula

Peter G. Tsouras, Major General George H. Sharpe and the Creation of American Military Intelligence in the Civil War
James S. Pula