These Gettysburg Study Notes are for people who want some 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. Instead, you will find links to well-established web sites, annotated reading recommendations, and online notes that include flashcards. For a different approach to learning, try our Battlefield Fun pages of photographs, interactive quizzes, and scavenger hunts (with maps!). Then visit our Shop for bicycling maps that include monument photos, a guidebook (2019), and more.
Tip: Flashcards are anonymous fun, click into them!
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