Pastors & Patriots – The Muhlenberg Family of Pennsylvania - by Lisa Minardi
BK178 | $ 40.00
This publication explores the history and material world of the Muhlenberg family, one of the most influential German-American families of all time.
The Life of General Samuel K. Zook – Another Forgotten Union Hero – By A. M. Gambone
BK074 | $ 30.00
This book describes the military life of General Samuel Zook, a citizen soldier who contributed greatly to the Union cause. Early in the war he led the 57th New York Infantry, and later he commanded a brigade in Hancock's II Corps. He fought at both Fredericksburg and Gettysburg.
Major-General John Frederick Hartranft – Citizen Soldier and Pennsylvania Statesman by A.M. Gambone
BK035 | $ 30.00
Drawing on family records, the General’s letters and scrapbooks, contemporary accounts and secondary studies, A. M. Gambone has crafted a readable, accurate biography of this important Civil War leader and Pennsylvania Governor.
The President’s House Revisited Behind the Scenes: The Samuel Fraunces Story – by Charles Blockson
BK163 | $ 14.99
He was not one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence or authors of the Constitution, but Samuel Fraunces probably spent more time with George Washington than any of the Founding Fathers
Sally Wister’s Journal – A True Narrative – by Sally Wister
BK089 | $ 9.95
Sally Wister a young girl’s account of her experiences during the Revolutionary War
Winfield Scott Hancock – A Soldier’s Life – by David M. Jordan
BK038 | $ 23.99
A biography of the life of Winfield Scott Hancock. David M. Jordan recounts Hancock’s tale with sympathy and verve, and brings Hancock superbly to life in our times.
The life of Adam Jacoby Slemmer…one strong voice of defiance – by A. M. Gambome
BK065 | $ 30.00
This book recounts the life and deeds of Adam J. Slemmer from his birth in Frederick Township, Montgomery County to his heroic defense of Fort Pickens, at Pensacola Harbor, Florida during the Civil War to his service during the Indian Campaigns and his death at Fort Laramie, South Dakota.