Pamela A. Bakker is a lover of history. She is a published author of books, articles, and historical poetry. She has also written curriculums, short stories, and music. Her books include: Eyes on the Sporting Scene, 1870–1930: Will and June Rankin, New York’s Sportswriting Brothers (McFarland Publishers, 2013); The 104th Field Artillery Regiment of the New York National Guard, 1916–1919 (McFarland Publishers, 2014); and McDowell’s Mill Fort in Markes, Pennsylvania, 1953–1840: French and Indian War to the Establishment of a New Nation (Sunbury Press, Inc., 2020)
Some of her articles include: “The Rankin Brothers: Will and June,” Nineteenth-Century Notes, 19th Century Committee of the Society for American Baseball Research, summer 2013, 1–3; “Franklin County, Pennsylvania Abolitionist, Andrew Nerva Rankin, Esq.” in Schiwek, Beate A., Ed., Franklin County Historical Society-Kittochtinny Journal, Vol. XXIII, the 150th Anniversary Civil War Issue (Chambersburg: Heritage Books, 2011); and “Mike Moynahan (1856–April 19, 1899), hard-hitting shortstop,” in The 1883 Philadelphia Athletics (Society for American Baseball Research, 2020).