I’m excited to announce IndieGo Publishing’s newest published book:
The Greensboro Blockhouse Project: An Historical and Archaeological Investigation in Greensboro, Vermont
Jill L. Baker and Patricia L. Haslam
As the Revolutionary War progressed, little-known events were unfolding in the rugged wilderness region of northern Vermont. General Jacob Bayley, Colonel Moses Hazen and their soldiers carved out a military road, the Bayley-Hazen Military Road, from Newbury to Westfield, also known as Hazen’s Notch. The intended purpose of this road was to provide a speedy conduit for troops to reach southern Canada. Four blockhouses were constructed along the road to accommodate soldiers and act as footholds in the region. After the war, the road and blockhouses facilitated the spread of settlement in the untamed wilderness. The Greensboro blockhouse provided housing to soldiers and civilians, aiding in the establishment of the town of Greensboro, Vermont. Eventually the blockhouse fell into ruin and folkloric memory, until now. This book presents the history of the Greensboro blockhouse and the data produced from four years of archaeological investigation, both of which reveal this little-known chapter in America’s formative history, turning folkloric memory into living memory for generations to come.
Coming Soon – Harry Heron: No Quarter by Patrick G. Cox
This is the third book in the Harry Heron Adventure Series following the flagship book, Harry Heron: Midshipman’s Journey and Harry Heron: Into the Unknown.
We invite you to read those books now to get caught up in the story and ready for new action when Harry Heron: No Quarter is published in August 2017.
To see the variety of books published by IndieGo Publishing, click each portfolio page below: