Discussion in 'Battle of Gettysburg' started by wilber6150, Feb 26, 2012.
The First Shot At Gettysburg - Rich Kohr - ALBG
The Mystery Slab At Gettysburg - Andie Custer - ALBG
A Gettysburg Town Tour -
For those who would like to see another side of Gettysburg - Enjoy
Address delivered by Gen. Alexander Webb at the dedication of the 72nd Pennsylvania Monument, 1883.
An article from the ALBG - Sue Boardman & Andie Custer
Be advised - zoom up pdf
The below article was written By Andie Custer - a Licensed Battlefield Guide
Probably has to be zoomed via size constraint.
Sort Of A Gettysburg - Tactics & Weapons Primer - written by Mr. Cameron of the Gettysburg Discussion Group
Eicher's Ultimate Gettysburg OOB
including regional departments, general´s seniority and known officers within the regiments - but no unit strenght.
Gettysburg In Print - Seminar 2012 - National Park's List of Primary Books (not exhaustive list).
Stuart's Ride At Gettysburg
Note: Maps are not available
Come visit us at www.confederateplanet.com. Lots of Confederate links and photos.
Great Website Ken, full of good info !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The idea was that Stuarts Calvary was to have smashed the Union center,, from behind,, had that happened,, then it would be a different story.
Not a what if,, but it was part of the overall plan.
Any takes, tales,, death threats??
Here is a songbook, or part of a songbook of the Battle of Gettysburg that a guy named Jeff Stike is working on. I havent heard anything like this since White Mansions with Waylon Jennings. This is gonna be a good storybook when it is done.
Hope you enjoy.
Archer's Brigade at Gettysburg. http://archive.org/stream/confederateveter18conf#page/460/mode/2up/search/archer
Great story on one of the first Confederate casualties. Charles A. Hawkins www.confederateplanet.com
This map is a good example of Marketing the battlefield for the 1913 Reunion. You can get there on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
You should start a thread with this one
National Park Service Gettysburg Seminar Papers online at:
In connection with the 75th anniversary reunion in 1938, Boy Scouts were recruited to help the returning veterans make their way around Gettysburg.
Here's a link to an article with the reminiscences of an 89-year-old gentleman who was one of those Boy Scouts who participated 75 years ago.
Separate names with a comma.