It's Only Ink! Shepherdstown's Story
It's Only Ink!
Authored by a resident near Shepherdstown, "Images of America: Shepherdstown" features over 200 archival photographs of the past. Dolly Nasby has captured the many wonderful aspects of living in a small town in West Virginia. Each photo tells the story of family leisure time, moms and dads and their children, playtime between friends and the many wondrous events that change our lives.
Civil War buffs and the people of Shepherdstown will delight as they read through this photo-essay book that clearly displays the rare homespun image and beauty of this charming town.
Named after 1700s Thomas Shepherd, Shepherdstown became an official town on December 23, 1762.
"Images of America: Shepherdstown" is a splendid book. Those interested in history and quaint small towns will absolutely adore it. Nasby has done a terrific job at presenting the town's past businesses, houses, and people through photos and phrases.
Images of America is a series by Arcadia Publishing. It celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns and cities across the country.
This reviewer highly recommends all books in the Images of America series.
Images of America: Shepherdstown by Dolly Nasby
Published by Arcadia Publishing, www.arcadiapublishing.com
Release: October 2005
Jennifer LB Leese is a writer from Maryland who writes children's picture books, young adult novels, and paranormal fiction. Visit her online at: www.geocities.com/ladyjiraff