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All Roads Led to Gettysburg
A New Look at the Civil War's Pivotal Battle
By (author): Troy D. Harman
Troy D. Harman

Imprint:

Stackpole Books

ISBN:

9780811770637

Product Form:

Hardcover

Form detail:

Dust jacket
Hardcover , Dust jacket
English

Audience:

General Trade
Aug 15, 2022
$38.95 CAD
Forthcoming

Dimensions:

9.38in x 6.29 x 1.21 in | 1.26 lb

Page Count:

360 pages

Illustrations:

40 Illustrations including: - 3 Halftones, Black & White including Black & White Photographs; - 37 Maps.
Stackpole Books
HISTORY / United States / Civil War Period (1850-1877)
  • Short Description
Gettysburg Ranger and historian Troy Harman reframes the story of the Battle of Gettysburg from the historical view that it was an “accidental” battle to show that it was instead a logical and strategic clash, based on his years of researching the Civil War and studying the terrain of Gettysburg, south-central Pennsylvania, and northern Maryland.
Gettysburg Ranger and historian Troy Harman reframes the story of the Battle of Gettysburg from the historical view that it was an “accidental” battle to show that it was instead a logical and strategic clash, based on his years of researching the Civil War and studying the terrain of Gettysburg, south-central Pennsylvania, and northern Maryland.

Troy D. Harman has been a National Park Service ranger since 1984, including stints at Appomattox Court House National Historic Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park, and Independence National Historical Park. Since 1989 he has worked at Gettysburg National Military Park, where he has become one of the battlefield’s most popular and engaging rangers, with a devoted following on PCN, the Pennsylvania Cable Network. Harman, who holds a doctorate in history from Lehigh University, has published numerous articles in various Civil War publications, has spoken to Civil War Round Tables and seminars around the country, and appears regularly on the Pennsylvania Cable Network. He is an adjunct professor at Penn State University. He lives near Gettysburg.

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