Editor & Project Manager, Harpers Ferry Historical Association
I love my job.
I get to work in one of the most beautiful spots in the country, where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet, breaking through the Blue Ridge Mountains to create a breathtaking scene of nature. Some of the most fascinating moments in American history happened in front of this backdrop. But Harpers Ferry is more than John Brown, more than Civil War and Civil Rights. It’s where ordinary people performed heroic deeds, and it is my honor to help share their unsung stories with the public.
I am proud to have been the editor and project manager on these publications by the Harpers Ferry Historical Association:
Towpath Guide to the C&O Canal(HFHA, 2015) by Thomas F. Hahn
Harpers Ferry Under Fire: A Border Town in the American Civil War (HFHA, 2012) by Dennis E. Frye
September Suspense: Lincoln's Union in Peril (Antietam Rest Publishing, 2012) by Dennis E. Frye
The Upper Potomac in the Civil War (HFHA, 2012) by Garnet Jex
The Harpers Ferry Anthology: Civil War-era Stories by Park Rangers and Volunteers (HFHA, 2012) Edited by Catherine Baldau
The latter volume contains my contribution: "House Arrest: Mary Entler's Adventure in Harpers Ferry."
All of these books are available at the Park Bookshop in historic Lower Town Harpers Ferry, by calling 304.535.6881, or visiting www.harpersferryhistory.org.
**The Harpers Ferry Historical Association is a non-profit cooperating association supporting the education and interpretive programs of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. All proceeds from the sale of their publications benefit park programs.