New Book Releases - Mossy Feet Books

New Book Releases - Mossy Feet Books



Hikers will love the rugged, magnificent trails at Turkey Run State Park in Parke County, Indiana. Stay at Turkey Run Inn and dine in the restaurant or camp in the beautiful campground. Canoeists can float down Sugar Creek, which traverses two State Parks. Considered the Covered Bridge Capitol of Indiana, Parke County maintains several lovely covered bridge auto tours which allow visitors to drive through the countryside and see the 31 surviving covered bridges in the county.


Learn about the first United States train robbery as well the story of Indiana's trains, electric traction railways and accidents. The book includes an extensive listing of train museums in the Hoosier State. 




Explore the beginnings of farming and gardening. The Short history of Gardening and Agriculture includes sections on the Cradle of Civilization, Egyptian, Greek and Roman agriculture as well as the rise of steam power. Discover the beginnings of gardening as humans planted forest gardens of fruits, vegetables and herbs.  Readers will also discover the history of many of the vegetable crops we grow and eat. 



The Short History of Railroads takes readers on a journey along the trail of the evolution of the railroad. Discover the role trains had in the transportation revolution that changed the world. 
 Gardener's Guide to the Raised Bed Garden
Home Grown Vegetables for Beginner and Veteran Gardeners
The Gardener's Guide to the Raised Garden Bed provides a wealth of information about growing vegetables in raised beds. The book includes chapters about building materials, siting, plant nutrients, soil amendments, irrigation, soils, composting and much more. Gardeners will find a monthly journal of garden activities to guide them along. Gardeners using row style gardens will find the information useful, as well



Learn the story of the fire fighters, companies and fire towers in Indiana. The book includes the histories and locations of the Hoosier State's remaining fire towers and a full listing of the fire fighting museums in the United States and Indiana. 

Indiana State Park Travel Guide Series 
Visitors will find Indiana's first State Park, established in 1916, full of history, hiking, picnicking and other fun outdoor activities. Camp at the campground, luxuriate at Canyon Inn or relax in a family cabin. This tourism and history guide to McCormick's Creek State Park includes a wealth of information about the park, nearby Spencer and Owen County, Indiana. The Owen County area is a wonderful place to spend a family vacation. 




A History of Napoleon, Indiana
The Story of Napoleon and Jackson Township
Available Now
Description:
Named for Napoleon Bonaparte, the town of Napoleon was platted in 1820, the second town in Ripley County, Indiana. Early in its history, Napoleon was a center of transportation and an important hub in the Underground Railroad. Berry's Trace, the Michigan Road and the Brookville/Napoleon Road connected the village to distant towns in Indiana as well as with the new state capitol in Indianapolis.








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Short History of Fire Fighting
Discover the fascinating story of the fire fighter and fire departments with the Short History of Fire Fighting. The book includes historical information on fire engines, bunker gear and other equipment needed by a fire department. The book includes an extensive listing of fire fighting museums in the United States as well as section on fire towers.

Short History of Fire Fighting


A History of Indiana Libraries - Ripley County Edition
The Short History of Libraries, Printing and Language relates the story of printing, language, books, writing and libraries. Learn about the development of ink, papyrus, parchment, paper and the story of Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press. This Ripley County Edition relates the history of early Indiana libraries, the Indiana State Library and Indiana library laws. It includes the libraries of Ripley County, Batesville, Milan, Versailles and Osgood.
Softbound Price - $9.99


Short History of Libraries, Printing and Language - Indiana Edition
The Short History of Libraries, Printing and Language tells the story of printing, language, books, writing and libraries. Learn about the development of ink, papyrus, parchment, paper and the story of Johannes Gutenberg’s printing press. This Indiana Edition relates the history of early Indiana libraries, the Indiana State Library and Indiana library laws.
$8.99