Cactus Book Shop is in San Angelo, Texas where signed copies can be purchased via online contact, or, in person.
What others are saying about the book...
"I am truly honored to have my own copy of your well written, and well organized, historical perspective of Lake View -"
Jamie Highsmith SAISD Public Information
"The Lake View community is an important part of the history of San Angelo, and this detailed perspective of the school is a gift to all whose lives were impacted by being a part of Lake View's history."
Karen Shirley Payne - Class of '68 - retired English teacher
LONE SURVIVOR AT SHILOH is available online at eParks.com and now Amazon.com
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Signed copies of this 2nd edition in 2011 by the author are available only at the Shiloh National Military Park bookstore, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee. If you can't visit in person you may place a phone order with them by calling 731-689-3475 and asking to make your purchase by credit card.
What others are saying about the book…
“Certain phrases of alliteration astound us, and give us a good feeling of a profound contribution you have made to the literary world of a lone cabin in Tennessee.”
- Howard & Margaret Montgomery, University of Texas Alumni
“For Civil War buffs, this will shed new light on ‘bloody Shiloh,’ one of the most horrific battles fought between the Union and Confederate armies. Although a technical victory for northern forces, it was overshadowed by appalling losses, costing 13,000 Union casualties and nearly 11,000 Confederates. Duane Helweg has done a remarkable job telling the personal story of one family in the midst of this tragic war.”
– Ross McSwain, retired award winning journalist and author of eight books…has worked with Helweg through the San Angelo Writers Club in Texas.
“...your manuscript, Lone Survivor at Shiloh ....is business-like and professional. You have a lot of very good folklore in it, the kind of how-they-did-it information we don’t often find about practices and methods of the past. For instance, the ash hopper, preparing for funerals, etc...”
– Elmer Kelton, Voted Best Western Author of All-Time, Several-Time Spur Award and Western Heritage Award Winner.