Gibboney, Douglas Lee. Stonewall Jackson at Gettysburg
Divergence: 1863 CE
What if: Stonewall Jackson was wounded at but survived Chancellorsville.
Summary: The narrative of one of Jackson's couriers, including the fall of Harrisburg to JEB Stuart, the one-day battle at Gettysburg climaxed by Jackson's occupation of Cemetery Hill, and then the great battle at Pipe Creek-Taneytown, including Jackson's attempt to flank Union troops at Liberty Town. But the Confederacy cannot win and narrowly escapes disaster at South Mountain during the retreat back to Virginia.
Comments: For an alternative battle at Pipe Creek, see Newt Ginrich and William R. Forstchen's Gettysburg: A Novel of the Civil War.
Published: Sergeant Kirkland's 1997 (1887901043BUY); Burd Street 2002 (1572493178BUY).
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