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Local Author Book Fair and Signing

Sunday 07 December 2014, 03:00pm - 05:00pm
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Open Book Clip with Titlle

Looking for that unique Christmas gift for your favorite "book person?" Look no further! The Hancock County Historical Society is hosting a local author book fair and signing on Sunday December 7, 2014 from 3-5 p.m. at the HCHS Chapel in the Park, 28 North Apple Street, Greenfield.

All of the authors are from Hancock County or the surrounding counties or have written a book set in or about Hancock County, Indiana. Most of these authors are freelance writers, and we have both historical, fiction and non-fiction books - as well as adult and children books.

The authors and their books at the event will be:

H. Weir Cook Project -
Heroes of the Sky: The Story of Huey, Tooie, and Sioux

Donna Cronk-
Sweetland of Liberty Bed and Breakfast

Tom Graham-
Steal it Sam

Hancock County Historical Society -
History of Hancock County by John Binford
Interim Report of Historic Hancock County Buildings
Jacob Schramm Letters

Cheryl Jacques-
The Magnolia Principle: How Seeds, Weeds and Needs Bloom Inner Peace

Gayle Johnson-

The Making of Hoosiers:  How a Small Movie from the Hearltand Became One of America's Favorite Films


Alan Kirby -
In the Shadow of the Water Tower

Richard Ratcliff -
Spiceland Township (Henry County)

Kim Rendfeld-
The Cross and the Dragon
The Ashes of Heaven's Pillar

James Whitcomb Riley Boyhood Home -
Child Rhymes
Farm Rhymes
Complete Works
Young James Whitcomb Riley
Best of James Whitcomb Riley
Riley Cook Book

Joe Skvarenina -
Pictorial History of Hancock County
Hancock County Now and Then
Postcard History of Hancock County
Also Great
Black Bonnets and Buggies
Memories of WW II
History Hancock County GOP

Julie Young

 Fifteen minutes of fame
Famous faces of WTTV -4

Eastside Indianapolis
Historic Irvington

A belief in providence (the. Life of st. Theodora Guerin)


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