Mossy Feet Books New Releases

Indiana’s Role in Civil War
The Indiana Regiments of the Civil War

Indiana’s Role in the Civil War recounts the stories of the regiments that served in the War Between the States. Indiana had the second largest per capita number of men fighting for the Union Army in the four years of the war. From the first battle, the Battle of Philippi, to the Grand Review of the Armies Hoosiers played a prominent role in the defeat of the rebellion of the Confederacy. The book includes a county by county history of the regiments as well as the story of the longest raid of the Civil War, Morgan’s Raid.

Pokagon Indiana State Park

Pokagon Indiana State Park

Pokagon Indiana State Park, A Tourism and History Guide to the Park relates the history of the park as well as a thorough tourism guide to the park and surrounding area. The book includes local museums, wildlife refuges, hiking and other Steuben County attractions in Angola and other towns in the county.

 

 

 

 

A Short History of Basketball – Indiana Edition

The Short History of Basketball leads readers through the fascinating history of the sport of basketball. The book includes a history of the game and Indiana basketball sports highlights. Readers will discover a complete listing of Indiana high school championship winners and Mr. and Miss Basketball awards. The book also covers the Kentucky/Indiana High School All Star Series as well as some of the iconic high school gymnasiums in the state.

 

A History of Ohio County, Indiana
Learn the history of the Hoosier State’s smallest county with this historical guide to Ohio County and Rising Sun, Indiana. The book covers the early settlement, involvement in the underground railroad and events of Ohio County. The book includes a time line of events as well.

The Story of the Indiana Constitution

Composed in the summer heat in the shade of a huge elm tree in Corydon, Indiana the 1816 Constitution served Indiana’s needs until replaced by a new document in 1851. The Story of the Indiana Constitution serves as a handbook and guide to the foundation of Indiana law. It includes the text of the original 1816 Constitution as well as the original text and amendments of its 1851 replacement.