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150 years ago the history of America changed forever. Live 1863 through the stories of some of our finest writers – the passion, the romance, the tragedy, and the triumph.Carrie Fancett Pagels. Kathleen Maher. Joy Ross Davis. Sarah Price. Karen AnnaMore150 years ago the history of America changed forever. Live 1863 through the stories of some of our finest writers – the passion, the romance, the tragedy, and the triumph.Carrie Fancett Pagels. Kathleen Maher. Joy Ross Davis. Sarah Price. Karen Anna Vogel. Patrick E. Craig. Willard Carpenter. Big Daddy Abel. Murray Pura. David Stearman. And many more.The plantations. The Underground Railroad. Chancellorsville. Vicksburg. Gettysburg. Little Round Top. Chickamauga. Chattanooga. Missionary Ridge. The soldiers in the field. The families at home. The nurses in the hospitals. The speeches at Richmond and Washington. The prayers in churches North and South. It’s all here in one of the most dramatic series ever produced. A new story by a different author released every two weeks between April and November. Join us for one of the most exciting events in American inspirational publishing – Helping Hands Press presents CRY OF FREEDOM!The war is closing in on Pennsylvania. Abram and Thomas, the two oldest sons of the Lapp family in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, have a decision to make. Both want to support their country, yet only one of them can go for their father needs their help with the farm work. Leaving their family farm to join with the militia in Harrisburg means more than just risking death on the battle field. It means a certain spiritual death among their Amish family and community as the Amish are staunch pacifists.How do two brothers make the decision and what happens to the loved ones left behind?Sarah Price, best-selling author of Amish Christian Romances, explores the aftermath of such a decision in Gettysburgs Chosen Sons. Based in part on her own family history when her great-great-great-granduncle (pictured on the cover) left his Mennonite family to fight at Gettysburg, Ms. Price explores the emotional turmoil of what happens to those left at the farm, worried and wondering about the safety of their loved ones on the battlefront.