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Cracking the Camouflage Ceiling Faith Persistence and Progress in the Army Chaplaincy During the Early Integration of Women in the Military

Cracking the Camouflage Ceiling Faith Persistence and Progress in the Army Chaplaincy During the Early Integration of Women in the Military

Chaplain (Colonel) Janet Yarlott HortonUS Army (Ret)

Janet Horton was one of the first women chaplains in the US military. Men in the armed forces were not easily accepting women in the days of challenge and change in the 1970s...

Cabinet of Curiosities from the Civil War in Indiana: Important, Moving and Sometimes Odd Stories of the Human Side of the War.

Cabinet of Curiosities from the Civil War in Indiana: Important, Moving and Sometimes Odd Stories of the Human Side of the War.

edited by Nancy Niblack Baxter

COMING IN JUNE!

Never-before-told or little known stories of Hoosier men in the swamps of the Mississippi valley, brutal prison camps in Texas, or ”punishing” rebel storekeepers in Indianapolis and elsewhere, and of their women and children left behind to plant corn, slaughter hogs, and face Copperheads riding by night.

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Blog Publishers’ Rejections: Learning to succeed instead of getting a dismal “no.”

One of the things publishers like least in their business day is having to reject a  writer’s pride and joy:  a manuscript submitted for review towards publication. At least this publisher does. We reject fifteen out of sixteen books or
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