Retreat from Gettysburg: Lee, Logistics, and the Pennsylvania Campaign

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Illustrations
General Robert E. Lee4
Adalbert Volck drawing of General J. E. B. Stuart and his men21
The dead along the fields south of Gettysburg and east of the Emmitsburg Road42
Confederate soldier and his slave51
Salem “Moravian” Band of the Twenty-sixth North Carolina59
Dr. Lafayette Guild71
Major John Alexander Harman79
Brigadier General John Daniel Imboden81
Three Confederate stragglers captured in the wake of Lee’s retreat94
“Good-bye”: A. C. Redwood’s drawing of a soldier bidding farewell to a wounded comrade101
Chambersburg Pike looking west toward the Frederick Herr Tavern103
Chambersburg Pike looking toward Cashtown and the Cashtown Pass119
The Fairfield Road looking west showing the Blackhorse Tavern and barn123
The Monterey House125
Captain George M. Emack126
General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick and staff129
Mule-drawn ambulances and wagons, with walking wounded, making their way toward Williamsport, Maryland, in the driving rain150
Williamsport, Maryland, as it looked during the war168
Farmer’s Inn, Emmitsburg, Maryland183
Captain Abram Jones199
Brigadier General John Buford216
Colonel J. Lucius Davis222

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