Digging History Magazine: July 2018 Issue

The new issue is out and features several stories about early America and the Revolutionary War era.  Stories include:

  • Declaring Independence:  May 20, 1775 or July 4, 1776?
  • Radical Presbyterianism:  Seeds of Revolution?
  • The First and Last Men of the Revolution
  • Feisty Females:  Women of the Revolution
  • Overmountain Men, America’s Humble Heroes
  • Drawing the Line:  Quakers in Conscientious Crisis
  • Nineteenth Century Rainmaking (Part II)
  • July 4, 1876:  It Was a Blast!
  • The Dash:  Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego Pierson

Download a July 2018 Sample.

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  1. Does your magazine come in print? Or is the only way to read it in print by downloading it and printing it myself? Would really like it if it came in print

    • Connie,

      It is a PDF download only. I know some subscribers print their own copy. You are not the only one who has asked for a print version but the costs are absolutely ASTRONOMICAL. I hope you’ll reconsider and become a subscriber. These are the subscription options: Month-to-Month (automatically recurring each month until you tell me you want to cancel); 3-month; 6-month and 1-year. I can give you a discount code for the one-year if you decide to go that route — just contact me before purchasing and I’ll provide it.

      If you would like a free issue to look over, let me know and I’ll forward one to you with my compliments.

      Sharon Hall, Editor and Publisher, Digging History Magazine


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