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Who We Are The Life and Times of David Carll Francis S. Carl
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781648589485
As the Civil War came to an end, David Carll, a black soldier from the 26th United States Colored Troop Regiment returned to his hometown of Oyster Bay, New York. As David attempted to put the horrors of the war behind him and resume his life with his bride Mary, both would soon realize they would have to fight another war at home. Another war against hatred, racism, and rejection as they navigated through life in their interracial marriage during reconstruction. Who We Are is a continuation of the book, Footsteps of a Forgotten Soldier The Life and Times of David Carll and explores the life of David and Mary Carll from 1865 to 1885 in a small Long Island village.
WINTERVILLE Georgia A Classic Railroad Town Emma Foley
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The places and people that make Winterville, Georgia a unique town. Full color, full of beautiful photography and interesting stories.
Пережив Війну - Survived Volodymyr (Vlodko) Wasylkewycz
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ISBN: 9781645509653
Autobiography of a Ukrainian patriot, Volodymyr (Vlodko) Wasylkewycz, shot by Bolshevik partisans, and left for dead. He describes brutal conditions during WWII Polish, German and Soviet occupation, and how he survived the difficult refugee journey to Austria, getting to Canada, and the beginnings of immigrant and community life in this new world, far from his homeland. Translated by Roman George Wasylkevych, his nephew.

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