Tag Archives: James Wadsworth

The Bloody Railroad Cut at Gettysburg: Part One

Part One in a Series On the morning of July 1st, 1863, Union and Confederate soldiers made their way towards the small Pennsylvania town of Gettysburg. Three full days of viscous fighting were touched off three miles to the west … Continue reading

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Reynolds Reconsidered

The question that has always lingered in my mind, Was John Reynolds a great corps commander? Major General John Fulton Reynolds reputation as corps commander has always baffled me as an historian. He was only really tested once as a … Continue reading

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