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Gettysburg Magazine
 Edited by James S. Pula

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ISSN  2372-6059

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The current issue of Gettysburg Magazine is now available in bookstores throughout the US. 

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.


The 13th Massachusetts on July 1: The Repulse of O’Neal’s Brigade on Oak Ridge
Bradley M. Forbush

“Press On, Men, Press On!”: The 21st North Carolina on July 1
Lee Sherrill

A Man of Maladies: Reexamining Lt. Gen. A. P. Hill’s Leadership Failures at Gettysburg and Beyond
Paul Jussel, George M. George, Daniel R. George, Tonya Crook

James Longstreet and the Famous “Order to Attack”
Harrison Florence

The Memorial Art and Architecture of Gettysburg
Michael W. Panhorst
Human Interest Stories

A Company of Officers Commanded by a Cook
J. Keith Jones

Remembrance Day: If You Want to Go
Sonny Fulks

Book Notes
Chris Mackowski, Kristopher D. White, and Daniel T. Davis. Fight like the Devil: The First day at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863.
Robert M. Dunkerly

Sean Conant, The Gettysburg Address: Perspectives on Lincoln’s Greatest Speech.
Brian Matthew Jordan

Chris Brenneman and Sue Boardman, The Gettysburg Cyclorama: The Turning Point of the Civil War on Canvas.
Jonathan M. Steplyk

Stephen M. Hood, The Lost Papers of Confederate General John Bell Hood.
Peter C. Luebke
Also of Interest

Busy in the Cause
Lowell J. Soike

Scientific Way of War
Ian Clarence Hope

Ross Coen

Stolen Words
Mark Glickman