Beyond the Run: The Emmanuel Harmon Farm at Gettysburg, from Ten Roads Publishing, is notable on more than one level. The Harmon Farm is that area west of Willoughby’s Run on the First Day’s field formerly known as “The Country Club.” It became NPS property back in 2011, and I was lucky enough to be among those on the first ranger-led tour of the site during the battle anniversary programs that year. So here we have a timely study of this area – a farm at the time – before, during, and perhaps most interestingly after the Battle of Gettysburg. A check on the bibliography and notes indicates that, while the usual-suspect published books and articles are represented, the author also consulted numerous newspaper sources and a few manuscript collections, namely local repositories like the Adams County Historical Society (ACHS) and the Gettysburg NMP files as well as those in York County and the National Archives. Clear maps and some rare illustrations enhance the narrative. Perhaps most notably, the author’s biography, which notes he serves as a volunteer at GNMP and the ACHS, also mentions he is a sophomore. In high school.