Plenty of Blame to Go Around: Jeb Stuart's Controversial Ride to Gettysburg features a comprehensive and detailed driving/walking tour of Stuart's ride to Gettysburg beginning in Westminster, Maryland, and ending at Gettysburg. Eric J. Wittenberg and J. David Petruzzi, noted for their personalized tours of battlefield and cavalry-related sites, are available to give tours of Stuart's Ride for your group.
The full tour begins at Westminster, Maryland, where Stuart clashed with two companies of the 1st Delaware Cavalry on June 29, 1863. The historic location of Union Mills, Maryland follows, where Stuart's brigades camped that evening. Next is a comprehensive tour of sites in and around Hanover, Pennsylvania, the location of Stuart's day-long battle with Union Brigadier General Judson Kilpatrick's cavalry division on June 30. The tour then follows Stuart's long trek on seldom-seen historic back roads to Carlisle. After a tour of the sites in Carlisle, the tour follows Stuart's all-night July 2 march to Gettysburg. Just northeast of the town, one of Stuart's brigades under Wade Hampton clashed again with Kilpatrick's division at the small crossroads at Hunterstown. After examining Hunterstown, the tour then concludes back at Gettysburg.
Fees depend on logistics of the tour for each group, and included is a personally signed copy of the book for each attendee. Simply use the link below to contact the authors.
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