I would like to take a moment to thank all our customers and fans for all your support. We are looking forward to the upcoming spring/summer season at Gettysburg Publishing.
We have released "The Complete Human Interest Stories of the Gettysburg Campaign" by Scott Mingus Sr. We have combined the best stories of Scott's two current volumes and adding many more great stories and photos in one book. We are honored to have Scott aboard.
Next up: The revised Jennie Wade Story by Cindy Small.
"Elizabeth Thorn of Gettysburg" is here !!. If you have ever visited Evergreen Cemetery then you may have seen the statue of Elizabeth Thorn, here is a great way to learn all about her. Sue Boardman and Kathryn Porch bring to life this heroine of Gettysburg.
We also have copies available of "Gettysburg-The Nature of a Battlefield" by our author Patricia Rich about the flowers and wildlife on the battlefield. It will be of interest to those, like myself that have a vast appreciation for the battlefield's plants and animals. I look forward to identifying many of the wonderful subjects Patricia has beautifully photographed and described during her years on the battlefield.
In conclusion, we have many surprises coming up and look forward to meeting all of you at our book-signings, author talks, or in our shop.
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This book is a MUST for any serious student of the battle
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Gettysburg: The Nature of a Battlefield by Patricia Rich
For the Gettysburg enthusiast who has everything (or would like to), Gettysburg Publishing announces the upcoming release of Gettysburg: The Nature of a Battlefield by Patricia Rich.
Patricia Rich, battlefield enthusiast and photographer, has compiled an incredible selection of her best photos into a handy field guide of birds and flowers that can be found in the Gettysburg National Military Park. This book contains page after page of full-color photos along with short descriptions of a large variety of birds and flowers photographed while on tours and random excursions within the park. Small enough to throw into your backpack, tote bag, or glove compartment, but large enough for easy identification while in the field, this guide will soon become a favorite for the battlefield trekker, casual visitor, or true lover of nature.
Experience ALL that the battlefield has to offer.
"The Complete Human Interest Stories of the Gettysburg Campaign" written by award winning author, Scott Mingus,Sr.
We have taken the the best stories of volume one and two and added new stories and photos to make this issue "The Complete edition" of Scott's hard work and research. Taken from primary sources, including, diaries, pension records, historical collections, official records, journals,newspapers and books, presented in chronological order. The Complete Human Interest Stories of the Gettysburg Campaign will resonate with all those who have an interest in those fascinating stories, some humorous, some tragic, as seen through the eyes of the soldiers and civilians.
A great gift for those interested in the Battle of Gettysburg..........160 pages
The long awaited release of "Elizabeth Thorn of Gettysburg" will be available on December 20th. According to the history books, the story of the Battle of Gettysburg ended when the armies departed on July 4,1863. But for the citizens of Gettysburg, their story was just beginning. Many survived three days (July 1-3, 1863) of battle that raged around and through their farms and homes and were left alone to pick up the pieces. To a casual observer, Elizabeth Thorn was no different than all of the other civilians doing their part to restore their town from the devastation of war. However, upon further investigation, she was very different. No other woman in town was a six-month pregnant mother, who simultaneously managed both a household and a cemetery, and acted as sole caretaker to two aging parents. No other woman was asked to dig nearly a hundred soldiers’
graves. Elizabeth performed all of these strenuous tasks in the heat and the stench of a battlefield of bodies left to rot in the hot summer sun. This is her story and the story of the Evergreen Cemetery, a small-town burial ground that acquired national fame.
Kathryn Porch and Sue Boardman - 84 pages