Standing as a silent sentry above the Columbia River, Maryhill’s Stonehenge serves as a memorial for the 14 brave young men from Klickitat County, who served and died during World War I. More than just names and basic information, this book details their service and sacrifice. Included is a short biography of the visionary behind Stonehenge, Samuel Hill. Also included is a soldier from the community who was inadvertently overlooked during construction.
Andretta Schellinger, author of The Men Beyond the Stones, holds a dual bachelors in history and sociology from Pacific University and a Master’s degree in Diplomatic and Military Studies from Hawaii Pacific University. While working towards her Master’s degree, Ms. Schellinger worked at the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command which assisted in her love of the military and culture. She owns her own writing and research business Schellinger Research.
Moving to The Dalles has brought her passion for history to a local level which prompted her to write “The Men Beyond the Stones”. She has also authored “From Knights to Skulls” and “Aircraft Nose Art: American, French and British Imagery and Its Influences from World War I through the Vietnam War“.
Andretta currently resides in The Dalles Oregon with her husband and daughter. In her spare time, she reads, makes cross stitch patterns, and plays World of Warcraft.
The Men Beyond the Stones was published in March, 2019. For information on how to purchase please email: firstname.lastname@example.org