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Gregory C. White
Canton, GA, USA
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Books, articles, etc. on Gettysburg battle/campaign. How many?
Posted on: 12/14/2016 1:03:11 AM
Is there an approximate number as to how many books and articles have been published in regard to Gettysburg and the events of July 1863 ?

Please cite the source.

Thanks!
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Rick Schaus
Capon Springs, WV, USA
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Re: Books, articles, etc. on Gettysburg battle/campaign. How many?
Posted on: 12/14/2016 11:00:45 AM
According to Amazon’s page on it Sauers’ 2nd edition (2004) Gettysburg bibliography contains over 6000 entries.

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There have been more books and articles published since that book came out.
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Michigan Dave
Muskegon, Michigan, MI, USA
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Re: Books, articles, etc. on Gettysburg battle/campaign. How many?
Posted on: 12/15/2016 9:46:17 PM
I must have over 100 of them in my library, myself!?
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Gregory C. White
Canton, GA, USA
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E-4 Corporal
Posts: 172

Re: Books, articles, etc. on Gettysburg battle/campaign. How many?
Posted on: 12/17/2016 6:56:29 AM
Thank you, Rick !

I just ordered a copy of the 2004 edition.

Best Regards,

Greg
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