Phyllis Haislip

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Phyllis Haislip

Phyllis Haislip (born September 1, 1944) is an American author and historian. Her best-known work may be "Lottie's Courage," the story of a contraband slave growing up during the American Civil War.

Haislip’s work is informed by a Ph.D. from Columbia University in history and extensive, primary source research. She has taught history at universities such as The College of William and Mary and the University of Richmond. Her scholarly historical works range from the European Renaissance to the United States in World War II. Her published works on World War I submarine warfare and naval commerce raiders have been especially popular. She writes both fiction and non-fiction and has won awards such as The Beacon of Freedom [1].

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Year Title
2003 Lottie’s Courage: A Contraband Slave's Story
2003 Marching in Time: The Colonial Williamsburg Fife And Drum Corps (non-fiction)
2004 Anybody's Hero: The Battle of Old Men and Young Boys
2005 Divided Loyalties: A Revolutionary War Fifer's Story
2007 Lili's Gift: A Civil War Healer's Story
2010 The Time Magus
2013 The Viscount's Daughter (The Narbonne Inheritance, Book 1)
2014 The Viscountess (The Narbonne Inheritance, Book 2)
2016 The Viscountess and the Templars (The Narbonne Inheritance, Book 3)

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