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Best of 2013: Gettysburg Special Project

Posted By on December 29, 2013

Jake Wynn‘s special project on the Gettysburg Campaign was featured on The Civil War Blog from 15 June 2013 through 15 July 2013.  This post is an index to the series with direct links to each of the individual posts.

Special Project from June 15 – July 15

“Danger is Imminent:” The Beginning of the Gettysburg Campaign

“Our News is Cut Off and We Are Under Rebel Rule”

“A Prelude to the Unutterable Horrors of War”

“The Panic:” Unprecedented Chaos in Harrisburg

Constructing Harrisburg’s Defenses

Charles Coffin’s Pennsylvania Campaign

Fort Couch: Lemoyne, PA

A Visit to Winchester, VA

Seminary Ridge Museum: Gettysburg, PA

Visiting South Mountain Battlefield

Schifferstadt Architectural Museum

Henry Keiser at Gettysburg

Henry Keiser: After Gettysburg

The Hegins Draft Riot

How Far Was the Battle of Gettysburg Heard?

Lykens Valley Coal Strikes During 1863

Six Killed, Many Injured in Train Wreck

Troop Train Wreck on Northern Central Railroad

A Description of the Battlefield at Gettysburg

The Dead of Gettysburg

Another Civil War: Labor, Capital, and the State in the Anthracite Regions of Pennsylvania, 1840-1868

Jebediah Hotchkiss, Confederate Mapmaker, and Lykens Valley School Teacher?

Gettysburg Photo Essay: The First Day

Civil War Cannons: Canister Shot




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