Get your updated copy of Glory, Valor and Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War today!

Click here for info on our narrated bus tours to these sites

From the chair President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in to the hometown of the infamous Civil War hero General George Armstrong Custer, Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War lists 80+ sites – a few in northwest Ohio too – that tell the story of the local people from SE MI who bravely fought and those who died to protect and preserve the Union.

Also, includes sites significant to the Underground Railroad.


Glory, Valor and Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War not only pays homage to those who fought for our nation on the battlefield, but to those  who courageously raised their voices to challenge oppressive ideology and laws, thereby shaping the Nation we live in today.

Buy the guide and take the tour!

“I had no idea there was so much out there and/or that it could be presented in such a ‘mixed media’ way: houses, monuments, cemeteries, etc.” Dennis Nawrocki, College for Creative Studies, Author, Art Critic
“Interesting and Informative. A must read!” C. Baker, Brownstown

$10 plus $3 shipping and handling

Click here to order your copy today!

To pay by mail, send check or money order to:

Hometown History Tours

24401 Hickory Drive

Grosse Ile, MI 48138

For further information, call 734.642.5712 or email k_risko@yahoo.com

Available April 30th at the following locations:

The Book Nook, Monroe

Times Square Boutique, Grosse Ile

The Detroiter Travel Center, Woodhaven

GV&S guide authors Karin Risko and David Ingall

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