Civil War Era Studies
Statistically, about 50% of Adams County’s history has been women’s history since the dawn of time. But it can sometimes be painfully difficult to find out about the women of our county and their experiences. And as with most history, it is the troublemakers who stand out in the records. Luckily one of Adams County’s greatest troublemakers, Elsie Singmaster Lewars, is easy to find in the files of the Adams County Historical Society. Mrs. Lewars had the courage to speak for those without a voice. [excerpt]
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Rudy, John M. "She Spoke For Those Without A Voice." Gettysburg Times (March 28, 2016).
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This article appeared in the Gettysburg Times on March 28, 2016 as part of the Adams County Historical Society's monthly local history column, Historically Speaking.