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GETTYSBURG'S FORGOTTEN CAVALRY ACTIONS: Farnsworth's Charge, South Cavalry Field, and the Battle of Fairfield, July 3, 1863
GETTYSBURG'S FORGOTTEN CAVALRY ACTIONS: Farnsworth's Charge, South Cavalry Field, and the Battle of Fairfield, July 3, 1863
In 1998, Eric J. Wittenberg's Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions won the Bachelder-Coddington Award for the year's best new work interpreting the Battle of Gettysburg. This fully revised edition adds extensive new research, interpretations, and conclusions that substantially add to our understanding of these important mounted actions.
Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions examines in great detail three of the campaign's central cavalry episodes. The first is the heroic but doomed legendary charge of Brig. Gen. Elon J. Farnsworth's cavalry brigade against Confederate infantry and artillery. The attack was launched on July 3 after the repulse of Pickett's Charge, and the high cost included the life of General Farnsworth. The second examines Brig. Gen. Wesley Merritt's tenacious fight on South Cavalry Field, including a fresh look at the opportunity to roll up the Army of Northern Virginia's flank on the afternoon of July 3. Finally, Wittenberg studies the short but especially brutal cavalry fight at Fairfield, Pennsylvania. The strategic Confederate victory kept the Hagerstown Road open for Lee's retreat back to Virginia, nearly destroyed the 6th U. S. Cavalry, and resulted in the award of two Medals of Honor.
Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions: Farnsworth's Charge, South Cavalry Field, and the Battle of Fairfield, July 3, 1863 boasts several worthy additions: nearly 15,000 words of new material based upon recently uncovered archival sources, including a new appendix (co-authored with J. David Petruzzi) that resolves the dispute about where Farnsworth's Charge and Merritt's fight occurred; a walking and driving tour complete with GPS coordinates; and updated photographs to reflect the modern appearance of the Gettysburg battlefield, which now better reflects its 1863 appearance.
About the Author: Eric J. Wittenberg is an accomplished American Civil War cavalry historian and author. An attorney in Ohio, Wittenberg is the author of many articles and the author or co-author of more than a dozen books on Civil War cavalry subjects, including The Battle of Monroe's Crossroads and the Civil War's Final Campaign; Plenty of Blame to Go Around: Jeb Stuart's Controversial Ride to Gettysburg; and One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863. He lives in Columbus, Ohio, with his wife Susan.
REVIEWS
"I recommend Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions to cavalry students and fans of Gettysburg. It is both enjoyable and informative." - Bret Schulte, TOCWOC-A Civil War Blog
"Updated, revised, and better than ever, Eric Wittenberg's Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions highlights the important role cavalry played at Gettysburg-and how students of the battle (and thus the general reading public) have largely overlooked it. This book needs to be read by every Gettysburg and Civil War enthusiast who wants a complete story of the battle." - J. David Petruzzi, author of The Complete Gettysburg Guide
"For too many years the cavalry, especially the Federal cavalry, and their contribution to the success or failure of the armies to which they belonged has been largely ignored. Over the last decade that has slowly begun to change. Amid the continuing flood of publications on the battle of Gettysburg one might wonder in disbelief that any aspects of the battle are still 'unknown', but three cavalry actions on July 3rd on the southern flank of the armies fall into that category, especially Merritt's fight on South Cavalry Field. Eric Wittenberg's Gettysburg's Forgotten Cavalry Actions rights that wrong. Whether the proper term is forgotten, unknown, or ignored, few people visit these three fields. After reading this book that will change. Armed with Eric's account, John Heiser's maps and some tantalizing 'what ifs' tomorrow's visitors to the park will discover an aspect of the great battle that few before have seen or appreciated, and finally the soldiers who fought and died there will take their rightful place alongside their more well known comrades." -- Robert F. O'Neill, Jr., author of: The Cavalry Actions at Aldie, Middleburg, Upperville

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Fairfield Smoky Mountains
Fairfield Smoky Mountains
When Karen and I were married in nearby Gatlinburg, March 30, 2002, we wanted something a little nicer than a hotel room, so we opted for the Fairfield Smoky Mountains Resort. Actually, this wasn't our honeymoon. After two nights in Sevierville, we were off to Great Britain for ten days. Still, this will always be a special place to us because it's the first place we stayed as man and wife. Unique Qualities: Fairfield Smoky Mountains at Governor's Crossing is very conventiently located for all the many attractions nearby in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Each unit is two bedrooms (we only used one) with two baths and full kitchens. As in all Fairfield Resorts the units are nicely decorated, and equipped with every necessity and convenience imaginable. One need not leave the resort to have an enjoyable vacation, with indoor and outdoor pools, etc. But there is so much to do and see in the area you probably won't be spending much time on the resort property anyway. It is a great place, especially for families, to stretch out and relax after a long hard day of doing the Smokies. This is a time-share facility, listed as an RCI Gold Crown Resort. However, for those who do not belong to RCI, rental units may be available.
Fairfield at Lakota East
Fairfield at Lakota East
Fairfield at Lakota East – Lakota East won the game by the score of 7-1 Thursday, May 19. Photo taken by Adam Kiefaber of WestChesterBuzz.com. Fairfield head coach Brenda Stieger talks with her team.

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The Boy on Fairfield Street
Award-winning author Kathleen Krull zeros in on the formative first 22 years of the life of Ted Geisel. This is the first picture book biography of Dr. Seuss, written especially for his young fans who want to know what made him tick. The animals in the zoo that his father ran and his fondness for drawing them, the injustices he suffered as the child of German immigrants, and his inherent sense of humor all fed into the imagination of this boy. He was a square peg in a round hole until he found that he could make a living doing exactly what he pleased—doodling and writing funny things about the world as he saw it.

The last section of the book outlines the important events in his adult life. In addition to the evocative paintings by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, the book is profusely decorated with art from Dr. Seuss books.


From the Hardcover edition.

Award-winning author Kathleen Krull zeros in on the formative first 22 years of the life of Ted Geisel. This is the first picture book biography of Dr. Seuss, written especially for his young fans who want to know what made him tick. The animals in the zoo that his father ran and his fondness for drawing them, the injustices he suffered as the child of German immigrants, and his inherent sense of humor all fed into the imagination of this boy. He was a square peg in a round hole until he found that he could make a living doing exactly what he pleased—doodling and writing funny things about the world as he saw it.

The last section of the book outlines the important events in his adult life. In addition to the evocative paintings by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, the book is profusely decorated with art from Dr. Seuss books.


From the Hardcover edition.

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