I offer Gettysburg Study Notes for history lovers who need or want help decoding the Battle of Gettysburg. They are a window into my own studies, which I share at Civil War Cycling, because … why not? One thing that you will not find on the web is a free a repository for people who are studying to pass the four-tiered Licensed Battlefield Guide Exam. Civil War Cycling’s “Gettysburg Study Notes” is a modest beginning for such a venture. It is a free, evergreen online notebook.
Gettysburg Study Notes for Interactive Learners
These notes do not regurgitate content that is available elsewhere. We do not want to re-invent the wheel. Instead, we offer links to a few well-established web sites, annotated listings of reading recommendations, and online notes that include flashcards. Please consider augmenting your studies with Civil War Cycling’s Battlefield Fun pages of photographs, interactive quizzes, and scavenger hunts (with maps!).
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Coming soon …
- The Significance of the Names and Shapes of Battlefield Avenues
- Gettysburg in the Civil War Timeline
- Famous Gettysburg Citizens
- A Little About Gettysburg Farms
- Introducing Evergreen Cemetery
- The States at Gettysburg
- Maryland at Gettysburg
- A Short History of the Gettysburg Address
- A Little About Gettysburg Field Hospitals
- Interesting Facts About Civil War Medicine
- Large Weapon Cheat-Sheet
- Small Arms Cheat-Sheet
- Flags at Gettysburg
- Military Uniforms at Gettysburg
- A Brief History of Gettysburg National Military Park
- Numbers, Numbers, and More Numbers
- [Your recommendation!]
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