The Gettysburg Papers

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Ken Bandy
Pub Date:
Early 2023
Vol. 1: 512 pp., Vol. 2: 640 pp.
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Don't forget to check out our high-quality reprint of the Gettysburg Official Records HERE


Vol 1:

Click HERE to read the Introduction by Bob Younger of Morningside, and the Table of Contents

Click HERE to read Recollections of the 2nd Wisconsin at Gettysburg

Vol 1:

Click HERE to read the Table of Contents

Click HERE to read Gettysburg as We Men on the Right Saw It

Click HERE to read Reasons for the Confederate Defeat, from a Union Perspective 

Bob kept a double set of page numbers, one from the original MOLLUS. Why, I really don't know, but do not be confused by them.  

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The Gettysburg Papers are edited published papers from The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States (MOLLUS), or simply the Loyal Legion, a United States patriotic order organized April 15, 1865, by three veteran officers of the Army. They include a WIDE variety of Gettysburg subjects, all hand-selected by Bob Younger and Ken Bandy. Topics include personal recollections, unit histories, strategy, tactics, cavalry, artillery -- you name it.

They were published (all sorts of things on all sorts of topics) in volumes are incredibly hard to find today at a reasonable price or in any shape you can use, and they have never been digitized. Basically, they have been unseen by 99% of everyone studying the war.