Beyond the Civil War battle… After the President’s speech… Gettysburg still has stories to tell.
Gettysburg is where President Abraham Lincoln gave his most famous speech. It is also where he wrote parts of the Gettysburg Address.The town and its history have inspired many other writers to express their feelings and dreams on paper, whether is a nonfiction examination of the historic battle, a story of a restless spirit in town, or poetry about the people. Gettysburg has inspired many authors, including the members of the Gettysburg Writers Brigade. Four Score & Seven Stories Ago is a collection of fiction and nonfiction about Gettysburg. Eleven talented members of the Gettysburg Writers Brigade have created stories related to the most-famous small town in America.
Sgt. Francis Cassidy and Cpl. Paddy Quinn have looked danger and death in the face while fighting with the Union Army. Their friendship and love of their fellow soldiers of the “Irish Volunteers” now takes them to the Battle of Gettysburg, where they must meet their destiny.
Nestled in the rows of flat grave markers in the Gettysburg National Cemetery lies a veteran of World War II who may be one of the few that knows the true story of the Kennedy assassination.
The death of a father sends a Gettysburg family into crisis. Dark secrets from the past come back to complicate the life of a son struggling to help.
The small garden of her Gettysburg farm was often busy with guests, mostly the ghostly type, and then someone from Abigail's past surfaced there... as she dug him up in her flower bed.
Hometown hero or traitor? One Civil War soldier’s views of life, family, and friends in Gettysburg, inspired by true events.
This is Gettysburg from new viewpoints and in new voices, and Four Score & Seven Stories Ago is how Gettysburg inspired these authors
- S/L # 35138
- 162 pages