Welcome to Sam Teddy Publishing
We offer high quality paper bound books suitable for any bookshelf. While we predominately publish works of historical or genealogical significance, other genres of writing are also in production.
Whether you have a desire to browse our line of books, or are interested in our Authors' services, please enjoy your visit to Sam Teddy Publishing.
To learn more about Jeffrey A. Linscott, please visit our ABOUT US page.
Special note regarding Amazon.com searches: All of Sam Teddy Publishing books are now listed on Amazon.com. However, as a good number of STP's titles are historical book reprints, a search on Amazon.com of the title of a book will provide numerous occurrences of that title, not necessarily STP's copy. To ensure that you are getting STP's copy of any title, it is better to search for any title by the ISBN. To that effect, all of the books listed on this web site now include the ISBN at the end of the book description.
NEW TITLE RELEASES FOR 2015:
Moose Tales (Allardyce & Waugh)
Vital Records of Woolwich, Maine (Maine Genealogical Society)
History of Rumford, Oxford County, Maine (reprint)
Pillars of Fire (lighthouse stories, Schlenker & Waugh)
Loss of the Sultana (Civil War non-fiction, reprint)
Born to be Wild: Giant Book of Classic Animal Stories (Lewis & Waugh)
Giant Book of Classic Dog Stories Volume 2 (Lewis & Waugh)
A History of the Port Royal Bands (Civil War bands, new, John Brookfield)
History of Early Schools in Searsmont, Maine, 2nd Edition (Maine history, Hill & Maresh)
Sam Teddy Publishing welcomes you to the following 2016 events. I will be having a vendor's table at the following genealogy conferences/fairs/reunions this year (all of STP's books will be 25% off at each event [does not apply to family histories]):
May 21, 2016 - STP will have vendor table set up at the 3rd Annual Southern Maine Genealogy Conference, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Keeley's Banquest Center, 178 Warren Ave., Portland, ME. Keynote Speaker: D. Joshua Taylor. For more information please contact (207) 899-9640 or visit www.gpcmgs.org.
[more will be forthcoming]