Nancy Niblack Baxter
||Baxter, Nancy Niblack (Arthur R.) (1942- ) Author, journalist |
In addition to being an author and publisher, she has been a teacher and reporter for the Indianapolis News.
She and her husband began Guild Press in 1987
Nancy Baxter is a fifty-year Christian Scientist, a class-taught student and a member of The Mother Church and
branch church in the northern Indianapolis area.
Nancy Baxter has edited more than 200 books and is now senior editor at Hawthorne Publishing in Carmel.
She is the 2000 recipient of the Eli Lilly Lifetime Achievement Award in history from the Indiana Historical Society.
She is a member of the Board of Directors of Indiana Writers Center.
She is the author of
- Gallant Fourteenth: the story of an Indiana Civil War regiment (Pioneer Study Center Press, Traverse City, Mich., 1980;
Emmis Publishing, Zionsville, IN, 1995; Guild Press of Indiana Inc, 1999)
- The Movers (Emmis Publishing Zionsville, IN, 1986; Guild Press, Texas, 1987; Guild Press of Indiana,2006
- The Miamis! (Guild Press of Indiana, Indianapolis, 1987;)
- Lords of the River (Emmis Publishing, Zionsville, IN,1988;
- Lords of the Rivers the Heartland Chronicles, Book II (Guild Press Of Indiana)
The Dream Divided (1990 by Guild Press of Indiana in Indianapolis)
- All the Bright Sons of Morning (Emmis Books, 1992; Guild Press of Indiana)
Hoosier Farmboy in Lincoln's Army (June 1992 , Guild Press of Indiana )
- Charmed Circle: Indianapolis 1895: (Emmis Publishing, Zionsville, IN, 1994; Guild Press Of Indiana, 2003)
- Keeping the Faith: Best Indiana Sermons Nancy N. & Arthur R. Baxter, Editors (Emmis 2003,2004)
Open the doors of the Temple: The Survival of Christian ( May 2004 by Hawthorne Publishing)
“Mr. Dickey: Secretary to Mary Baker Eddy” (August 1, 2005, Hawthorne Publishing )