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A Reference Guide to the Artillery of Gettysburg

George W. Newton

Format: Hard Cover, 240 pages.
Price: $29.95
ISBN: 1-932714-14-6
eBook: 978-1-61121-012-5
On Sale: Spring 2005

Foreword by Brad Gottfried

36 photos, maps, charts, tables, notes, index, and d.j.

      

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface and Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: the Gettysburg Campaign: An Overview

Chapter 2: Field Artillery in the Civil War

Chapter 3: Artillery Organization

Chapter 4: Loading and Firing

Chapter 5: Artillery Today at Gettysburg National Military Park

Chapter 6: Touring the Gettysburg Battlefield

Chapter 7: Gettysburg Artillery Trivia

Appendix 1: Order of Battle: Union and Confederate Artillery at Gettysburg

Appendix 2: Artillery Batteries Arranged by State

Appendix 3: Biographical Sketches and Official Reports: A Selection of Union Artillery Officers who Served at Gettysburg

Appendix 4: Biographical Sketches and Official Reports: A Selection of Confederate Artillery Officers who Served at Gettysburg

Appendix 5: Glossary

Notes

Bibliography

Index

 

George W. Newton

George W. Newton is a native of Baltimore and a 1973 graduate of McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. A veteran of the United States Air Force, Newton served in Vietnam War and is a retired executive from the insurance industry. Read More...

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