G. Clifton Wisler - United States - 1995 - 131 pages
Recounts the courageous exploits of Willie Johnston, an eleven-year-old Civil War drummer, who became the youngest recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.
G. Clifton Wisler - Heroes - 1997 - 133 pages
In this fact-based story, fourteen-year-old drummer boy Orion Howe displays great bravery during a Civil War battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1990 - 240 pages
Darby Prescott and his friend Tom Shea agree to lead a wagon train of 150 men, women, and children headed for Oregon safely to their destination, but the trail they take is ...
G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1999 - 295 pages
A legacy from his long-lost, disgraced father leads Tory Bratton on a dangerous quest in search of a fortune in gold and a chance to reconcile himself to the painful secrets of ...
G. Clifton Wisler - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 137 pages
As his family makes the long and difficult journey from Tennessee to their new home in Texas in 1852, twelve-year-old Jericho Wetherby, teased by his sister and brothers about ...