Hanna's Courage
A Story of Love and Betrayal at the Battle of Gettysburg
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A young girl's first love: Forbidden. Dangerous. While struggling
with her feelings for a handsome Confederate soldier, Hanna
 tries
to save her toddler brother and her friends, former slaves who had
escaped bondage years earlier and were forced to flee their homes
on July 1, 1863.

 

 

"Recommended addition to historical fiction collections"! -
 
Midwest Book Review Small Press Bookwatch, September, 2012.

"Cregar paints the horrors of war with blood-red accuracy" -
Ellen Wittlinger, award-winning young adult author.
www.ellenwittlinger.com


"Elyse Cregar, a school librarian and former Licensed Battlefield Guide makes
that bloody conflict personal and real in Hanna's Courage." -
School Librarian's Workshop for April/May, 2013.
 
Cover Design and Logo artwork by Tamara Clark: www.tamaraclark.com 
 
Historical details of Hanna's Courage have been verified by Miss Debra Novotny, 
a Licensed Battlefield Guide at the Gettysburg National Military Park since 1975:
Civil War Research Links 

Hanna's Courage is now available as an ebook for most electronic reading devices.
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Even today one can walk through the lightly wooded trails of Gettysburg and perhaps glimpse a face in the trees, a stone underneath which a soldier might yet lie, unknown and unmourned, or hear a whisper in the wind as a young girl weeps for her lost love. - Elyse Cregar



 


 For more information, please email: ecregar@hannascourage.com
 
 
 





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