Now available as an ebook short, The March to Gettysburg, Including the Battles of Second Winchester and Stephenson’s Depot, June 3-30, 1863 plows new ground in the study of the campaign by breaking down the entire campaign in 29 detailed full page original maps. These cartographic creations bore down to the regimental level, offering students of the campaign a unique and fascinating approach to studying what may have been the climactic battle of the war.
The March to Gettysburg, Including the Battles of Second Winchester and Stephenson’s Depot, June 3-30, 1863 offers three “action-sections” including:
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Gottfried’s original maps enrich each map section. Keyed to each piece of cartography is detailed text about the units, personnel, movements, and combat (including quotes from eyewitnesses) that make the Gettysburg story come alive. This presentation allows readers to easily and quickly find a map and text on virtually any portion of the campaign. Serious students of the battle will appreciate the extensive endnotes and will want to take this book with them on their trips to the battlefield.
Perfect for the easy chair or for stomping the hallowed ground of Gettysburg, The Maps of Gettysburg promises to be a seminal work that belongs on the bookshelf of every serious and casual student of the battle.