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New Jersey At Gettysburg Guidebook
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Dr.   David   Martin's   "New   Jersey   at   Gettysburg"   Guidebook    is   a   welcome and   timely   addition   to   our   Civil   War   literature.   Few   visitors   to   Gettysburg realize   that   New   Jersey   had   the   sixth   largest   contingent   of   Union   soldiers at   Gettysburg   and   fewer   still   know   what   these   Jersey   boys   did   here.   New Jersey     infantry     regiments     took     horrific     casualties     trying     to     stop Longstreet's   assault   on   Day   2.   On   the   same   day   a   New   Jersey   artillery battery   fired   off   more   rounds   of   ammunition   than   any   other   Union   battery in   the   Civil   War   in   one   day.   A   New   Jersey   cavalry   regiment   assisted   in repulsing   JEB   Stuart’s   Confederate   horsemen   on   Day   3   while   New   Jersey infantrymen helped turn back Pickett’s famous charge. The   splendid   maps,   photos,   and   narrative   will   allow   you   to   follow   in   the footsteps    of    each    New    Jersey    unit,    showing    their    monuments,    their movements   and   where   they   fought.   It   will   also   give   you   a   brief   history   of the   unit   and   where   in   New   Jersey   it   was   raised.   This   unique   book   will appeal   not   only   to   the   casual   visitor   but   to   the   serious   student   of   the   battle as well. It has arrived just in time for the 150th anniversary of the battle.             - John Winkelman, Gettysburg Licensed Battlefield Guide
New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial 150 2011                                                                                2015 New Jersey
New Jersey At Gettysburg Guidebook By David G. Martin Published by the NJ Civil War 150 Committee of NJCWHA
 Civil War 150 Committee
An Official Publication of the New Jersey Civil War Heritage Association Sesquicentennial Committee
80 pages, 18 maps, and 70 Illustrations including pictures of every New Jersey monument with GPS coordinates and portraits of each New Jersey unit commander.
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