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Volume Six, No. 3

Gettysburg: Regimental Leadership and Command

Format: Paperback, 216 pages
Price: $12.95
ISBN: 1-882810-57-0
eBook: Not available at this time
Published: 1999

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About this Book

This issue of Civil War Regiments helps all students of the Civil War era understand more about the courage of those who answered the call of their country and their conscience in the 1860s plus:

  • Introduction
  • Comanches on the Warpath: The 35th Battalion Virginia Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign
  • "The Severest Fought Battle of the War": Charles Wellington Reed and the 9th Massachusetts Battery
  • "The Ground Trembled as They Came": The 1st West Virginia Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign
  • Twice Lost: The 8th Louisiana Volunteers' Battle Flag at Gettysburg
  • "On the March Again at Daybreak": Major John I. Nevin and the 93rd Pennsylvania Infantry
  • "The Most Notable Event at Gettysburg Since the War": The Reunion of the Philadelphia Brigade and Pickett's Division, July 1887
  • The Continuing Battle of Gettysburg: Near "These Honored Dead" -- More Development Lies Ahead
  • Book Reviews
  • Index