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"You brought two too many!" William Russell
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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This book covers some famous lines/quotations from well-known Westerns as ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST and who uttered them.
100 YEARS in THATCHER 1883-1983 James Claridge
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A history of the Pioneers sent from Utah to settle in Thatcher, Arizona in the late 1800's.
A Journey of Innocence Kohar Pearl Kaliakin
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Size: 5" x 8"
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ISBN: 9781642541656
A look into the twists and turns of a young immigrant woman searching for a better life in America after surviving the Armenian Genocide in 1915.
A Melody of Time Robert Booth
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A Mere Remnant: Our Hope Cathy Arritt
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Size: 5.06" x 7.81"
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A POOL OF THOUGHTS James Pool
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781737205807
I am Mr. James Mapes Pool, and I was born in Chandler, Minnesota. I am the first child of my parents, Dan, and Vera Pool. I am proud about my ancestry. Within the following pages and in accordance with historians and family members, herein, you will find the written version of my family history. Additionally, people, places, and things, to include, but not limited to, biographical photos of families which in successive generations have been documented and identified with the development of a nation. That nation is called the United States of America. It was and remains excessively a big part of American history. For example: The Pool family farm was located 5½ miles from Chandler, but to ...
A Trip to President Obama's Hometown Alwyn Nicholas
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This is a book about a trip that started in Miami and ended in the South side of Chicago in the state of Illinois. The object of the trip was to visit the neighborhood around where President Obama lived. The name of the place where he lived is Hyde Park.
Abby Guy : Race and Slavery on Trial in an 1855 Southern Court Russell Mahan
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9780999396209
Abby Guy was an illiterate slave woman, but bold and audacious, who took the slave establishment to court and put race and slavery on trial before a jury. She lived three decades as a slave and then ten years as a free woman, wife, widow and mother. In December of 1854 she and her four children were kidnapped by her former owner, William Daniel, and re-enslaved. Abby filed a Petition for Freedom in the Circuit Court in Hamburg, Ashley County, Arkansas, claiming that she was wrongfully enslaved and should be freed because she and her children were white. Her owner denied it, saying that she was born a slave and was still a slave. This is the true story of an audacious woman with an unconq ...
Amboy Cheri Mattson and Vivian Mattila Walikainen
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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This little book is just a taste of Amboy’s yesteryears. It’s not meant to be an exhaustive history lesson or even a complete listing of eye-witness happenings. It’s the voices of people who lived in and around Amboy through the century; it’s a collective history, with some folklore mixed in.

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