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From the Publisher"With Gettysburg: The First Day, the first day's fighting finally receives its due. . . . Offers a detailed tactical description. . . . [Pfanz] draws on deep research in published and archival sources to challenge some of the assumptions about the battle."
Highly readable, features many excellent maps, outstanding research, and a variety of unfamiliar photographs. (Blue & Gray Magazine)
An exhaustive and intimate description of the tactical events of day one. (Washington Post Book World)
This eagerly anticipated study will undoubtedly become a classic and the standard work on the fighting of July 1. (America's Civil War
[This book] is a careful reconstruction of events, based on extensive research in official reports, contemporary accounts, and soldiers' memoirs. (Civil War Book Review)
This book complements Pfanz's other works on the battle. (Library Journal)