CEMETERY HILL: "The General Plan was Unchanged"
Baltimore: Butternut & Blue, 2001. SIGNED hardcover first edition - "When struggling to answer the questions of 'why' that surround the Battle of Gettysburg, there are fewer elements of certitude. . . This study provides a fresh and provocative analysis of why Robert E. Lee conducted the battle as he did. . . it is centered upon the thesis that the central and unchanged objective of Lees tactical plans from the late afternoon of July 1st through the failure of Longstreets Assault on July 3rd was to render Cemetery Hill untenable. " SIGNED on the half title page. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Endnotes, bibliography, index. viii, 204 pp. ISBN: 0-935523839.