Fine. Green spined PB with brown lettering. copyright date is 2003. pages as new. For quick service, please consider Expedited shipping since standard delivery may range from 4-18 business days. Thank you.
Near Fine+ No Jacket Issued. Signed by Author This is a soft cover paperback Penna. Civil War book in Near Fine+ condition. 2003. Inscribed by Author. This is a very solid, flat and square book. It is in great condition, looks unread. It has a very bright & very clean cover, with great edges and spine ends. Very smooth spine. The pages are clean, tight, bright & unmarked. No names. Hardly any shelf wear. 148 pages.
Very Good-SIGNED BY AUTHOR! Signed by Auhor! Slight cover wear. Nice, clean, tight, unmarked copy. Signed by author on title pg! "...a collection of 24 historical short stories about what happened in south-central Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. He also looks into the history of Curtin, Cameron, and T. Morris Chester. The history in this book is presented in an interesting and entertaining fashion that is both a good read and a great resource for teachers and local history buffs. ┐Snippets┐ connects historical events that occurred in Pennsylvania to the larger Civil War picture. It showcases Pennsylvania's important role, with much of it accruing in Greencastle and surrounding areas, in what could have very well resulted in a different outcome to the war that split and reunited our nation..." TABLE OF CONTENTS: Constitutions, Capitals and a little Pennsylvania History Underground Railroad in Pennsylvania Thomas Morris Chester Pittsburgh Carries Lincoln In and Out Simon Cameron Slavery and the Civil War The First Shots of the Civil War Governor Andrew Curtin / Camp Curtin Greencastle Chambersburg During the Gettysburg Campaign South Mountain and Cove Mountain. Shippensburg Pittsburgh fears attack Carlisle The importance of Perry County during the Confederate Invasion Jubal Early takes York with a Torch. The Skirmish at Sporting Hill Harrisburg / White Hall (later known as Camp Hill) Wrightsville, farthest eastern skirmish Battle of Gettysburg Philadelphia during the Battle of Gettysburg Gettysburg and the Days that Followed. Burning of Chambersburg One, Two, Three Strikes and You're Out in Civil War Baseball Glossary of Terms Acknowledgements.
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