Harry W. Pfanz

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The First Day (Gettysburg Trilogy, #3) was the most recently released book by Harry W. Pfanz, on July 1st, 2001.

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Harry W. Pfanz Stats: The most read book by Harry W. Pfanz on Book Notification is The First Day, the 3rd novel in the Gettysburg Trilogy series.

Below is a complete list of Harry W. Pfanz books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series. The most popular series by Harry W. Pfanz is the Gettysburg Trilogy Series.

List of Gettysburg Trilogy Books in Publication Order

List of Civil War America Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
1987
2
Two Great Rebel Armies (By: Richard M. McMurry)
1989
3
Fighting for the Confederacy (By: Gary W. Gallagher, Edward Porter Alexander)
1989
4
1990
5
Lee Considered (By: Alan T. Nolan)
1991
6
The Battle of Belmont (By: Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.)
1991
7
Let Us Have Peace (By: Brooks D. Simpson)
1991
8
Burnside (By: William Marvel)
1991
9
In the Hands of Providence (By: Alice Rains Trulock)
1992
10
Glorious Contentment (By: Stuart McConnell)
1992
11
Richard Taylor (By: T. Michael Parrish)
1992
12
Pea Ridge (By: Earl J. Hess, William L. Shea)
1992
13
1993
14
1993
15
Romance of Reunion (By: Nina Silber)
1993
16
Andersonville (By: William Marvel)
1994
17
The Confederate Republic (By: George C. Rable)
1994
18
When the Yankees Came (By: Stephen V. Ash)
1995
19
The Alabama and the Kearsarge (By: William Marvel)
1996
20
1996
21
Bentonville (By: Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.)
1996
22
1997
23
1997
24
1997
25
War at Every Door (By: Noel C. Fisher)
1997
26
Richard S. Ewell (By: Donald C. Pfanz)
1998
27
Lee's Miserables (By: J. Tracy Power)
1998
28
The Children's Civil War (By: James Marten)
1998
29
1998
30
1998
31
Sherman's Civil War (By: Brooks D. Simpson, William T. Sherman, Jean V. Berlin)
1999
32
Don Carlos Buell (By: Stephen D. Engle)
1999
33
2000
34
2000
35
Wilson's Creek (By: William Garrett Piston, Richard W. Hatcher III)
2000
36
2001
37
The Imagined Civil War (By: Alice Fahs)
2001
38
2001
39
2001
40
Lee's Last Retreat (By: William Marvel)
2002
41
A Soldier's General (By: John C. Oeffinger)
2002
42
Fredericksburg! Fredericksburg! (By: George C. Rable)
2002
43
Lee's Tar Heels (By: Earl J. Hess)
2002
44
When Sherman Marched North from the Sea (By: Jacqueline Glass Campbell)
2003
45
Roots of Secession (By: William A. Link)
2003
46
Staff Officers in Gray (By: Robert E.L. Krick)
2003
47
Staff Officers in Gray (By: Robert E.L. Krick)
2003
48
Calculating the Value of the Union (By: James L. Huston)
2003
49
2004
50
Cities of the Dead (By: William A. Blair)
2004
51
Women at the Front (By: Jane E. Schultz)
2004
52
2004
53
The Grand Old Man of Maine (By: Jeremiah E. Goulka)
2004
54
Vicksburg (By: Michael B. Ballard)
2004
55
Retreat from Gettysburg (By: Kent Masterson Brown)
2005
56
Plain Folk's Fight (By: Mark V. Wetherington)
2005
57
A Shattered Nation (By: Anne Sarah Rubin)
2005
58
2005
59
The Divided Family in Civil War America (By: Amy Murrell Taylor)
2005
60
2006
61
2006
62
Germans in the Civil War (By: Walter D. Kamphoefner)
2006
63
2007
64
Why Confederates Fought (By: Aaron Sheehan-Dean)
2007
65
Wade Hampton (By: Rod Andrew Jr.)
2008
66
Freedom for Themselves (By: Richard M. Reid)
2008
67
Burying the Dead but Not the Past (By: Caroline E. Janney)
2008
68
Lincoln and the Decision for War (By: Russell A. McClintock)
2008
69
2008
70
U. S. Grant (By: Joan Waugh)
2009
71
Mutiny at Fort Jackson (By: Michael D. Pierson)
2009
72
Modernizing a Slave Economy (By: John Majewski)
2009
73
Wars Within a War (By: Gary W. Gallagher, Joan Waugh, Mark V. Tushnet)
2009
74
A Savage Conflict (By: Daniel E. Sutherland)
2009
75
In the Trenches at Petersburg (By: Earl J. Hess)
2009
76
Army at Home (By: Judith Giesberg)
2009
77
A Dangerous Stir (By: Mark Wahlgren Summers)
2009
78
Fields of Blood (By: William L. Shea)
2009
79
West Pointers and the Civil War (By: Wayne Wei-siang Hsieh)
2009
80
Reluctant Rebels (By: Kenneth W. Noe)
2010
81
The Bravest of the Brave (By: George G. Kundahl)
2010
82
Confederate Minds (By: Michael T. Bernath)
2010
83
Border War (By: Stanley C. Harrold)
2010
84
Creating a Confederate Kentucky (By: Anne E. Marshall)
2010
85
The Won Cause (By: Barbara A. Gannon)
2011
86
Sing Not War (By: James Marten)
2011
87
2011
88
Lincoln's Forgotten Ally (By: Elizabeth D. Leonard)
2011
89
The Revolution of 1861 (By: Andre Fleche)
2012
90
2012
91
Kennesaw Mountain (By: Earl J. Hess)
2013
92
Atlanta, Cradle of the New South (By: William A. Link)
2013
93
The Green and the Gray (By: David T. Gleeson)
2013
94
Nature's Civil War (By: Kathryn Shively)
2013
95
Washington Brotherhood (By: Rachel A. Shelden)
2013
96
2013
97
Learning from the Wounded (By: Shauna Devine)
2014
98
Stonewall's Prussian Mapmaker (By: Robert K. Krick, Richard Brady Williams)
2014
99
Through the Heart of Dixie (By: Anne Sarah Rubin)
2014
100
A Gunner in Lee's Army (By: Graham Dozier, Thomas Henry Carter)
2014
101
Belligerent Muse (By: Gary W. Gallagher, Stephen Cushman)
2014
102
Lincoln's Autocrat (By: William Marvel)
2015
103
The Stormy Present (By: Adam I.P. Smith)
2017
104
Embattled Freedom (By: Amy Murrell Taylor)
2018
105
Men Is Cheap (By: Brian P Luskey)
2020
106
Meade at Gettysburg (By: Kent Masterson Brown)
2021
107
2022
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Harry W. Pfanz: Biography

Harry W. Pfanz is the author of the Gettysburg Trilogy series which currently consists of 3 novels. The Gettysburg Trilogy series started in 1987 with the novel The Second Day. The most recently released novel in the Gettysburg Trilogy series was The First Day which was released in 2001. There are no upcoming novels for the Gettysburg Trilogy series.

Harry W. Pfanz has also written the Civil War America series which has 107 books including The Second Day and Two Great Rebel Armies.

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Harry W. Pfanz: F.A.Q

What was the first book Harry W. Pfanz wrote?

The first book written by Harry W. Pfanz was The Second Day, published in 1987.

What was the most recent book Harry W. Pfanz wrote?

Their most recently released work was The First Day on July 1st, 2001.

Will there be any more books by Harry W. Pfanz?

Harry W. Pfanz does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Harry W. Pfanz written?

Harry W. Pfanz has written 3 books. 3 books in the Civil War America Series, 3 books in the Gettysburg Trilogy Series.

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