Christine Musser holds a bachelor’s degree in American History from Vermont College. She has also taken history courses at Shippensburg University towards a master degree in Applied History.
The Educational Testing Service (ETS) approached Christine in 2011 to use her article, “Preserving Memory: National Holocaust Memorial Museum Controversy”, in the Advanced Placement (AP) exam booklet. In March of 2013, she was approached again by ETS for permission to print additional copies of the article. She has published several articles on line and in print.
Christine is currently working on a book for Arcadia Publishing for their “Images of America” series regarding the history of Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
She has also done in depth research on a local family who traveled west in the mid-1800s who made a fortune in cattle ranching, investments in the transcontinental railroad, and federal contracts. Her research on the family has taken her to Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
Christine has participated in various historical events and an archeological dig at the Ephrata Cloister in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Besides her interest in history, Christine also loves photography and to travel.
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