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Gettysburg Seminar Papers

THE THIRD DAY:
The Fate Of A Nation
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover


Cover design by Angela Atkinson. Photo by Bill Dowling. Pickett, Meade and Lee photographs courtesy LC

Contributors

Forward

Photo Abbreviations

The Third Day at Gettysburg



(The following essays are in PDF format)

The General Plan of Attack Was Unchanged:
Robert E. Lee and Confederate Operations on July 3
William D. Hewitt, Lt. Col, U.S. Army (ret.)

High Water Mark: Heroes, Myth and Memory
D. Scott Hartwig

Sharpshooters Made a Grand Record This Day:
Combat on the Skirmish Line at Gettysburg on July 3
Timothy J. Orr

For an Hour And a Half We Had a Grand Fourth of July Performance:
Robert E. Lee and Cannonade of July 3
Bert H. Barnett

More May Have Been Required of Them Than They Were Able to Perform:
Seminary Ridge on July 3
Matt Atkinson

And So The Murderous Work Went On:
Pickett’s Charge and Other Civil War Frontal Assaults
Jennifer M. Murray

Alexander Hays and the "Blue Birds:" Brig. Gen. Alexander Hays and the Third Division, Second Corps During Longstreet’s Assault
Karlton D. Smith

Right Gone Awry
Charles Teague

Did Meade Begin a Counteroffensive After Pickett’s Charge
Troy D. Harman

A Brief History and Analysis of the The Hunt-Hancock Controversy
Eric A. Campbell



"The Battle of Gettysburg" by Peter Rothermel, LC


PHOTO ABBREVIATIONS
CWLM — Civil War Library and Museum
GNMP — Gettysburg National Military Park, National Park Service
LC — Library of Congress


Graphics: Edwin Forbes, "Pickett’s Charge," LC, page i; Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, page ii.

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