Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Gettysburg Magazine

Yesterday, I received a letter from Andy Turner, the newish editor ofGettysburg Magazine. Gettysburg Magazine is a publication devotedentirely to the study of the Gettysburg Campaign. I've been subscribing for about six or seven years, and I've had three articles, all about North Carolina, published in the magazine. Each issue of the magazine runs about 150 pages, has great maps and photographs, and no advertisements! It is released twice a year and is an incrediblere source. To be honest, it is more of a academic journal than amagazine.
In his letter, Andy writes:
The subscription rate has remained steady for many yars now at about 1,500. I find it hard to believe that in this entire country there are only 1,500 people who would want to subscribe to this magazine. This is where we can use your help. If every subscriber could get one new subscriber, it would go a long way to securing the future of the magazine. It could be a friend, a fellow Round Table member, or even the local library. Every subscription helps.
I would highly recommend anyone interested in the battle of Gettysburg to subscribe to this most worthy publication. For more information, please contact Andy at:

email: gettysburgmagazine@yahoo.com

Gettysburg Magazine
P.O. Box 1311
Dayton, Ohio 45401
(937) 667-6737

Now, if we could just get other such publications on other campaigns- like the Overland Campaign or North Georgia...

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