York County Civil War writers to sign their works
For decades, not much was written in York County wrote about the Confederate invasion of the county and other pieces of the county’s Civil War story.
At the risk of oversimplification, that’s the cost of surrenderingYork without a fight. People got lost in the ignominy of the surrender and turned their research pursuits elsewhere.
Anyway, writers have hit stride, and it’s about time.
In fact, the public will have a chance to meet several writers of Civil War books, including yours truly, as part of the a Patriot Days Weekend on June 23. ,,,
The following authors will be at the York County Heritage Trust, 250 E. Market St., from 2-4 p.m.:
Dennis W. Brandt – “From Home Guards to Heroes the 87th Pennsylvania and its Civil War Community.”
Scott D. Butcher – “Civil War Walking Tour of York, Pennsylvania also: York – Postcard History Series.”
Lila Fourhman-Shaull – “A walking tour of Civil War-era residents at Prospect Hill Cemetery York, PA.”
James McClure – “East of Gettysburg – A Gray Shadow Crosses York County, Pa.”