Using black and white photography and quotes from the Warner family, Constitution Island at West Point, New York is an artistic glimpse into the lives of two nineteenth century American women writers, Susan and Anna Warner. Constitution Island was home to the Warner family for 77 years. The Warner sisters published 89 books from their old Revolutionary farmhouse. They taught Bible to West Point cadets from 1865 to 1915. "The Wide Wide World" by Susan Warner remains in print today. Anna Warner penned the words to the beloved hymn Jesus Loves Me. They are buried in the old Government Cemetery at West Point overlooking their beloved island which they gave to the Nation as a permanent part of West Point.