Adams County History is the annual publication of the Adams County Historical Society in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It has been published since 1995 and includes stories of many eras of local history. Some articles are ongoing research projects based out of the Society's archival collection while others are research interests from academic or amateur historians. In every issue, the Historical Society strives to share interesting local stories as well as thoughtful research.
To learn more about the Adams County Historical Society, please visit their website.
Gettysburg Social Sciences Review is dedicated to providing a forum for undergraduate students to develop and share critical research and writing in the Social Sciences. We encourage submissions from a wide spectrum of topics relevant to the Social Sciences. The journal seeks to advance the mission of Gettysburg College by fostering exchanges of ideas across disciplines to promote critical thought and active participation while highlighting the academic contributions of Undergraduate Research.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
The Gettysburg College Journal of the Civil War Era annually publishes undergraduate papers on the Civil War Era and its lasting memory. We are interested in academic essays, public history essays, and book reviews broadly relating to the American Civil War. For further details on submitting your work, please see About this journal.
The Gettysburg Historical Journal features original undergraduate student research and essays. It is produced by students at Gettysburg College and published annually. While the Gettysburg Historical Journal focuses on research in the field of history, we publish and encourage submissions from other disciplines that utilize historical viewpoints or methodologies, including sociology, anthropology, and classics.
The Mercury: The Student Art & Literary Magazine of Gettysburg College began in 1893 and is currently published annually. All students of the College are invited to participate and submit their work. Student editors are elected annually by the entire staff. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, with a deadline of December 31 for each issue. Submissions are reviewed and chosen anonymously by the staff. The magazine is published in April.
The Mercury accepts submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, artwork, and photography. See the Submission Guidelines page to answer your questions about what and how to submit your work.