The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg

In June 1863, Harrisburg Braced For An Invasion The Confederate Troops Of Lieutenant General Richard S Ewell Steadily Moved Toward The Pennsylvania Capital Capturing Carlisle En Route, Ewell Sent Forth A Brigade Of Cavalry Under Brigadier General Albert Gallatin Jenkins After Occupying Mechanicsburg For Two Days, Jenkins S Troops Skirmished With Union Militia Near Harrisburg Jenkins Then Reported Back To Ewell That Harrisburg Was Vulnerable Ewell, However, Received Orders From Army Commander Lee To Concentrate Southward Toward Gettysburg Immediately Left In Front Of Harrisburg, Jenkins Had To Fight His Way Out At The Battle Of Sporting Hill The Following Day, Jeb Stuart S Confederate Cavalry Made Its Way To Carlisle And Began The Infamous Shelling Of Its Union Defenders And Civilian Population Running Out Of Ammunition And Finally Making Contact With Lee, Stuart Also Retired South Toward Gettysburg Author Cooper H Wingert Traces The Confederates To The Gates Of Harrisburg In These Northernmost Actions Of The Gettysburg Campaign.The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg

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  • Paperback
  • 221 pages
  • The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg
  • Cooper H. Wingert
  • English
  • 06 June 2018
  • 9781609498580

10 thoughts on “The Confederate Approach on Harrisburg

  1. says:

    Cooper Wingert did an impressive job detailing the Confederate approach on Harrisburg during the Gettysburg campaign There were a lot of great details pulled from various sources to create this book, and it opens the door to increased understanding of the battle and of Pennsylvania history.

  2. says:

    Written by a high school student I have to say I m impressed Good use of primary sources and some pretty decent anecdotes relevant to his topic Now if I could get my students to write research papers like this I m a map Nazi , always could use .

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