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60 Years on a Precipice Hope Porter
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ISBN: 9781648581977
A personal account of the land wars to save the farmland in Fauquier County, Virginia.
65 Years of Secrecy John Cardinalli
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ISBN: 9781633181984
Sworn to secrecy for 65 years, John Cardinalli can finally talk about his life as an OSS agent during World War II. Slipping behind enemy lines on dangerous missions, training would-be spies — it’s exciting and way better than a James Bond movie because it’s true. Step into the world of a wartime spy and prepare to be amazed.
A Black History Journey Margaret McCants
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ISBN: 9780997270709
America has 2 histories: American history and Black history. American history is "of the people, by the people and for the people." Black history is the struggle for equal citizenship, full person-hood, within the framework of The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution. Malcolm X stated, "History is a people's memory..." As science is discovering, through the study of epigenetics, summed up in a quote by author, Isaiah Washington,"DNA is memory!" History has made us who we are today. And we in turn are creating the present for future generations. If we don't access our memories, we won't know who we are. The cost of not honoring one's ancestors is not honoring oneself. ...
A Boy Named Shirley Gene Powell
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ISBN: 9781467529983
This is an autobiography of Shirley William Brown, born in West Virginia, served in WWII on B-24s in the Pacific, and migrated to California after the War. He ran several businesses culminating in the sale of Casa de Oro Hardware and retirement in Spring Valley, CA. In this book he relates his life growing up in West Virginia, serving in the B-24 crews and life after the war and includes a short survey of the ancestors of the Brown family.
A Brief History of the Rico Colorado Medallions Michael Sheperek
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In the mid 1970s the Rico Argentine Mining Company commissioned a series of Silver Medallions. At least 10 varieties of the Medallions were made and sold to the public. The Medallions could be purchased directly from the Rico Argentine Mining Company office in Rico Colorado. Silver in the mid 1970s was in the low $4 per troy ounce price range, but double the price of a few years earlier. The silver used was from the old mine dumps from the Enterprise and other mines on Newman Hill. The old mine dumps ore was leached to extract silver and gold.
A Chronological Calendar Alwyn Nicholas
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A Chronological History of Education Alwyn Nicholas
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This book traces the History of Education from Pre-Historic times to the 21th century. It is a chronological listing of the most outstanding events that took place in education during this time period.
A Chronological History of the Development of Psychology Alwyn Nicholas
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This book is about the chronological history of Psychology. It starts from the 6th century BC to the 1990s. It lists the names and contributions of the major psychologists throughout those years. Many of the pictures of the psychologists are also included. The various schools and eras in psychology are presented within the chronology.
A Conversation in Experiencing Black History Journey 101 Lornabelle Gethers Coakley
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Author, Lornabelle Gethers shares her perceptions of the journey of Black History 101 in such a way to ask the readers to imagine that they were the ones experiencing every part of it. And she also asks them how they feel about it all in a poetic fashion. This is an attempt to work on a healing of race relations.

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