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"Bumping Off" Huns: Coalinga's Students in the First World War David Paul Davenport
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645507758
President Wilson's call to arms was met enthusiastically by about forty young men who attended Coalinga's schools from 1908 to 1917. Considering that the High School graduated its first class of two in 1912 the fact that so many took up arms speaks well of the patriotism of these young men, their families, and of the community as a whole. Their biographies are presented here as augmented with illustrations and by letters published in the Coalinga Oil Record.
Half Face: One man's struggle With Covid-19 David Paul Davenport, Ph.D.
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648583278
As Americans address the "new normal" created by the Covid-19 pandemic, Dr. David Paul Davenport provides an "essay" that journals his reaction to the pandemic as it transforms American society and becomes a life-altering event for every American in 2020.
Lincoln's Hammer Volume I David Paul Davenport
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648587047
Preserving the Union was the goal of Henry Banta of Collamer, Indiana, when he enlisted on April 21, 1861, to put down the rebellion by those dissatisfied with the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Four and a half years later he returned home victorious having served as a foot soldier, a pioneer, a mounted infantryman, and an engineer building fortifications at Chattanooga. Volume I elaborates upon his diary and provides details of his service in Western Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, a smidgen of Mississippi, much of northern Alabama, and some of northwestern Georgia as he served under Generals Reynolds, Buell, and Rosecrans, and fought at Greenbrier Bridge, Corinth, Stone's River, Hoover' ...
Lincoln's Hammer Volume II David Paul Davenport
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648587054
Preserving the Union was the goal of Henry Banta of Collamer, Indiana, when he enlisted on April 21, 1861, to put down the rebellion by those dissatisfied with the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln. Four and half years later he returned home victorious having served as a foot soldier, a pioneer, a mounted infantryman in John Wilder's Lightning Brigade, and an engineer building fortifications at Chattanooga. His orders took him to West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, a smidgen of Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia as he served under Generals Buell, Rosecrans, and Sherman, and fought at Greenbrier Bridge, Corinth, Stone's River, Hoover's Gap, Chickamauga, and Farmington. He re-enlisted in Januar ...
Whiskey Row: the Development of Coalinga's Front Street, the liveliest place on the West Side David Paul Davenport
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645507758
Coalinga, California, began in 1889 as a supply center for a coal mine and became a boom town when oil was discovered nearby in 1896. Seemingly overnight the oil district attracted wildcatters who explored and proved the field making it by 1910 the largest producing oil field in California. As the supply center for this district Coalinga's population soared from a couple of hundred in 1900 to over 6,000 in 1910 making it the second largest city in Fresno County. | One consequence of this explosive growth was the desire of some residents to separate those who worked in the oil fields from their hard-earned money, so Coalinga attracted liquor dealers, gamblers, and fallen women. Those who ...