Paradis Publishes Sesquicentennial Edition of ‘African Americans and the Gettysburg Campaign’

By schwartzsa | August 30, 2012

James M. Paradis, Adjunct Professor of History, published the Sesquicentennial edition of African Americans and the Gettysburg Campaign (Scarecrow Press), which expands the range of research beyond its original 2006 edition.

The new edition includes appendices on points of interest in the town of Gettysburg, an updated tour of Gettysburg highlighting the roles of African Americans, and finally a list of black veterans who attended the 75th Anniversary reunion in Gettysburg. This work includes more than 40 images and several maps.