Gettysburg: A Journey in Time
This book is a unique example of photographic detective work in which the famous battle is re-created almost as if it were a contemporary news event. The reader is transported to the battlefield by the photographs and through the analysis of the photographs to the battle itself. We watch it unfold, action by action. In meticulous close-up fashion, with documentary force, we see the terrible encounters of men at war. - Publisher.
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The Gettysburg PhotographsA New Approach
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Alexander Gardner appears approximately artillery Baltimore Pike Baltimore Street battle of Gettysburg Big Round Top bodies boulder Brady's photograph burg cameramen Camp Letterman captions Cemetery Hill Cemetery Ridge Chambersburg Civil Corps Culp's Hill Darrah day's field Dead Confederate soldier dedication ceremonies Devil's eight-by-ten-inch Emmitsburg Road Evergreen Cemetery famous fighting following the battle foreground Gardner's crew gathered for burial Gettys Gettysburg battlefield Gettysburg photographs Gettysburg series Gibson grave Harper's Weekly identified infantry Iron Brigade Little Round Top Mathew Brady McPherson's Woods Meade's headquarters modern photograph modern version morning of July National Cemetery negatives Northern O'Sullivan o/a July Pickett's charge plate portion recorded Regiment reproduced Rock Creek Rose farm Rose Woods scene seen Seminary Ridge Sketch Book Slaughter Pen Southern Spangler's Meadow stereo series stone wall Tipton town of Gettysburg trees Trostle Tyson brothers Union breastworks Union dead Union positions vicinity view looking visible Weavers Wheatfield York