Hunterstown Historical Society will be selling a selection of fine items
for our members and
friends to purchase.
It is our hope that these items will become "conversation" pieces
that will aid
us in telling the story of
our very historical village of Hunterstown and its battlesite.
All the Hunterstown Gift Items
may be purchased at The
Historic Tate Farm
or by emailing:
|A historic look at the CW Era Homes in Hunterstown
| 2009 Calendar Sold Out
Tate Farm presents the "2009 Hunterstown Calendar"
the artwork and preservation efforts of Edwin L.Green, Artist, Willimsburg, Virginia
the full history of "North Cavalry Battlefield"
by NPS Ranger
and historian, Troy Harman...
and the "History of Hunterstown", by our own local historian,
We are proud to share our history!
|Price of each ornament...$8 -
The Historic Jacob Grass Hotel,
Union headquarters for Judson Kilpatrick.
It was in this very
location that the orders were given
to General George Armstrong Custer to "charge"
the Confederate line
that was located just
over the ridge on the Hunterstown Road
on July 2, 1863.
also be purchased at the Gallery 30, Gettysburg)
Hunterstown Historical Society
is offering two crocks
made by local craftsmen, Willis & Denise Myers.
The larger crock measures
6 1/2 " tall by 5 " wide at the top.
It is signed and dated 2007 on the bottom
the potter's mark.
The smaller crock is 6" tall by 3" at the opening
crossed swords depicting
the cavalry that was here in Hunterstown.
It is also signed and dated 2007 on the bottom.
All proceeds from the sale of these ornaments and crocks
Hunterstown Historical Society.
To place an online order,
use the link below.
There will be an additional $6~ for shipping
and handling per crock.
To Place an Order...
|"The Historic Felty Barn-North Cavalry Battlefield
|Click here to read more...
To View the Hunterstown Collection...
- Civil War Village -
by Edwin L. Green, Artist
Oil Paintings/Watercolor Paintings
are an effort to show what of the Civil War or older is extant at the present day and to demonstrate the town's importance
as an historic relic."
The Hunterstown Prints and Notecards (pkg. of 14 different views,
including The Felty Farm)
are available at The Historic Tate Farm.
Prints in this series are individually signed and numbered
by the artist.
Editions are limited to a 100 prints each.
Standard frame size is 9x12.
$45 each plus
$5 shipping per order
...a portion of every sale going to the effort to save historic Hunterstown.
prints may be ordered through The Historic Tate Farm.
Edwin Green's HUNTERSTOWN Preservation Efforts... The Jesse McCreary House...