The General Meade Society offers its members opportunity to post research on items related to the American Civil War and related history. The Society in no way endorses any ideas or theories that are posited, nor does it verify facts or other data. Entries are welcome, but the Society reserves the right to reject or edit articles.

These articles are in PDF format.

1. Donald J. Wetekam,
Corporate Author: Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, DC
THE EFFECTS OF LOGISTICAL FACTORS ON THE UNION PURSUIT OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMY DURING THE FINAL PHASE OF THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN. Source Code: 177100; AD Number: ADA288206
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2. Kevin B. Marcus,
Corporate Author: Army Command and General Staff, College of Fort Leavenworth, KS, School of Advanced Military Studies
THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN: BIRTH OF THE OPERATIONAL ART?   

Source Code: 416090; AD Number: ADA391163
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3. Terrence L. Salada and John D. Wedo,
AN ESSAY ON GENERAL LONGSTREET’S PROPOSED FLANKING MANEUVER
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4. John Wedo,
WOULD STONEWALL HAVE EVEN BEEN THERE?
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5. John Wedo,
THE ERROR OF ASSERTIVE SPECULATION IN DISCUSSING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
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6. Terrence L. Salada and John D. Wedo,
WHAT IF REYNOLDS LIVED AND OTHER UNION WHAT-IFS FOR THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
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7. John D. Wedo,
RATING CIVIL WAR GENERALS: WHAT’S WRONG WITH HAVING MORE MEN?
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8. Terrence L. Salada and John D. Wedo,
ON LEE’S MANAGEMENT OF CAVALRY DURING THE GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN
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9. John D. Wedo,
ON CIVIL WAR TURNING POINTS
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10. John D. Wedo and Terrence L. Salada,
CIVIL WAR WEAPONS AND TACTICS AND OUR JUDGMENT OF GENERALS [PDF Article]

11. John D. Wedo and Terrence L. Salada,
USING COMMUNICATION THEORY IN THE ANALYSIS OF CONTROVERSIAL GETTYSBURG ORDERS [PDF Article]

12. Terrence L. Salada and John D. Wedo,
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON MEADE’S ACTIONS FOLLOWING THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
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13. Terrence L. Salada and John D. Wedo,
THE EN ECHELON ATTACK IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
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14. John D. Wedo and Terrence L. Salad,
A TIMELINE ANALYSIS OF THE CONFEDERATE EN ÉCHELON ATTACK ON JULY 2, 1863
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