Frank Brusca interprets Pickett’s Charge

Today, July 3, 2013,  is the 150th Anniversary of Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg.  I’ve already done a long post which describes George R. Stewart’s book about the Charge.  Today, on a lighter note,  I’m sending out a new map of the event.  Frank Brusca, who’s a noted Stewart Scholar with special expertise in Stewart’s work on the U.S. 40 highway book, has done a tongue-in-cheek version of the battle map.

Here it is, for your enjoyment.  Notice the lower left hand corner.GRS at Gettysburg, via FXB

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