This book makes you think and is a good read!
Despite its focus on the American Civil War, this book has universal significance and demands reading by anyone genuinely interested in the social sciences.
Ms. Rearson goes into great detail to uncover them and to separate fact from fiction and history from memory.
This is a book filled with numerical data about the troops fighting that day. If that is your interest this is the book for you.Published 9 months ago by susan smith
Students of history, official and amateur, will enjoy and profit from this thoughtful book. Using Pickett's Charge as an example, Prof Reardon examines how history is written and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by patrick harmon
Brilliant work of history. Author has created a classic study that will prove timeless.
Such a fresh, ground-breaking work about Pickett's Charge was long overdue.
Too little history, but a good primer on why we will never fully understand nor comprehend precisely what happened here.Published 15 months ago by Jeffrey R Carlson
As a recent Civil War buff, I have read about 30 books on the war and several on the Battle of Gettysburg. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Fritz H. Riley Jr.
Although I have not finished this book, for what I have read it is great. I purchased this on recommendation by my journalist brother-in-law.Published 20 months ago by Stan Jaros
The book was in the condition described, and it was timely delivered. I was very happy with the transaction, and would be happy to do further business with this seller.Published on January 4, 2011 by Gee Kay
Good historians/faculty/writers love their subject and want us to appreciate and understand their discipline. There is no question in my mind that Dr. Read morePublished on November 15, 2010 by Eclectic Reader
As one who has visited the great Battlefield at Gettysburg more times that I can count and who has studied the battle since I was a teenager those many years ago, I was impressed... Read morePublished on January 13, 2009 by Michael Patterson