Approx. 448 pp., 6 x 9, 80 color plates., 60 halftones, 42 maps, notes, index
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-3335-0
Published: March 2017
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With new stops, maps, soldier vignettes, and illustrations, the enhanced e-book edition of A Field Guide to Gettysburg adds more human stories to an already impressive work that remains the most comprehensive guide to the events and history of this pivotal battle of the Civil War.
About the Authors
Carol Reardon is George Winfree Professor of American History at Pennsylvania State University.
For more information about Carol Reardon, visit the Author Page.
Tom Vossler is a retired colonel in the U.S. Army and former director of the U.S. Army Military History Institute in Carlisle, Pa.. He is a licensed battlefield guide, leading some ninety battlefield tours each year.
For more information about Tom Vossler, visit the Author Page.
“An extremely useful resource for making one’s way intelligently across the battleground as well as a stirring account of the battle and its varied meanings in the past and present. . . . This unique book enables all readers to better comprehend the places, events, and memories that make up the battle of Gettysburg. As such, no matter how limited or extensive one’s Civil War library, it deserves a special place on the shelf.”--Civil War Monitor
“The most helpful book in understanding the field of battle at Gettysburg. . . . A superb and surprising addition to the library of Gettysburg books, valuable for the novice, the ardent Civil War buff, and the scholar alike.”--Civil War Book Review