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Gettysburg Magazine
 Edited by James S. Pula

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Read this important message from the University of Nebraska Press about the magazine's transition process.

The University of Nebraska Press is proud to announce that Professor James S. Pula of Purdue University will be the new editor beginning with Issue 50. He is currently accepting submissions for future issues. Information about submitting articles for consideration is available by clicking the "Submission and Book Review Guidelines and Contacts" link at left; the information will appear in a box below.

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Established in 1989, The Gettysburg Magazine publishes accessible and engaging works of original scholarship concerning the battle and campaign of Gettysburg. Serving a community comprised of both professional academics and independent scholars alike, the magazine showcases a broad array of historical, field, and personal essays, as well as features considering primary documents and first-hand accounts from battle participants, art, and photography of and from the site.

Issue 50 (January 2014)

Contents
Introduction

Articles
On the Ground at the Gettysburg Sesquicentennial: Eight Views from July 2013
Allen C. Guelzo

The Contested Meaning and Enduring Relevance of the Gettysburg Address
Michael Burlingame

If You Want to Go: Anniversary of the Ages, for All Ages
Sonny Fulks

Documents
What Did It Mean to Them?
Gettysburg Fifty Years Afterward
Herbert Francis Sherwood

The Journey to Gettysburg
Annette Tucker

What Did the Veterans Do at Their Reunions?
Lewis Daniel Hillard

Looking to the Future
John H. Leathers

All Was Peace and Joy
J. T. B. Hoover

The Final Charge
Raleigh (NC) News and Observer, 1913

The Wounds Healed
Charleston (SC) News and Courier, 1913

A Student's View of the Last Reunions
Lauren Roedner

John Hay's Description of the Gettysburg Address
Michael Burlingame

The True History of the Gettysburg Speech
Ward Hill Lamon

Gettysburg's Greatest Day: November 19, 1863
Henry Eyster Jacobs

President Woodrow Wilson's Address at Gettysburg, July 4, 1913

President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Speech at the Dedication of the Peace Memorial

Human Interest Stories
When Veterans Meet, Anything Can Happen

Old Soldiers Defy Gettysburg Heat
New York Times, 1913

Making Peace on the Gettysburg Battlefield, Fifty Years Later
James Rada Jr.

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