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Roads to Gettysburg. Revised Edition. John W. Schildt. Softcover, (1978), repr. 2003, New, Footnotes, Illus., Index, 600 pp.
Roads to Gettysburg is an indispensable aid to anyone trying to follow two vast armies across the landscape to their meeting a few miles north of the Mason Dixon line. Through John Schildt's description, you can almost feel the fatigue of the soldiers as they pondered what lie ahead, and the awe of the farmers and villagers as tens of thousands marched by.
Thousands of books have been written about Gettysburg. Out of the vast array of combat literature there are a few volumes that are essential reading for any serious student of this momentous event...one is Roads to Gettysburg by John Schildt. Out of print for more than 25 years, this newly-revised edition gives modern readers the opportunity to travel those roads with the men of the Army of Nothern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac. Your Gettysburg library will not be complete without this valuable edition.