Contents: Summer 2013 (Vol. 3, No. 2)
Special Issue: Gettysburg at 150
Badge of Honor
Think getting into Harvard is tough? Try gaining entry into Gettysburg's elite cadre of licensed battlefield guides.
By Jenny Johnston
Did Daniel Sickles, the Union's most notorious general, save the day for the Army of the Potomac at Gettysburg? That's exactly what he wanted you to believe.
By Allen C. Guelzo
Faces of Gettysburg
A selection of images—and stories—of some of the over 160,000 Union and Confederate soldiers who found themselves swept up in the epic engagement.
By Ronald C. Coddington
The Long Roll of Fire
From the war's outset, the men of the 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry had never shied away from a fight, shedding blood on the conflict's grimmest battlefields. At Gettysburg, as Pickett's Charge roared toward their lines, the Bay Staters would again be called into the breach.
By Patrick Brennan
The Parodox of the Gettysburg Address
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address is one of the most famous speeches in American history. But how to reconcile the wildly varying remembrances of those who were there to hear it?
By Glenn W. LaFantasie
Editorial: The Big One
Salvo: Facts, Figures & Items of Interest
Travels: My Gettysburg
Voices: Talk of the Town
Figures: Gettysburg by the Numbers
Rapid Fire: Expert Takes on Gettysburg
Preservation: An Unfinished Work
Disunion: When Texas Came to Gettysburg
In Focus: Reunion on Little Round Top
Conversation: Director Ron Maxwell
Battlefield Echoes: Gettysburg—The Army's Living Classroom
Casualties of War: The Dead of Gettysburg
Books & Authors:
Angels of the Lost Cause
By Thom Bassett
Parting Shot: A Rare Reprieve