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Buladean - The Story and History of the Francis Family Roger Francis
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620300176
Follow the Francis Family on their journey to American in 1697. Find out how and why their descendants settled in the area of Buladean North Carolina in 1864 and discover how the Civil War forever impacted their lives.
Carolina Hellbird Harold Wayne Turner
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Size: 7" x 10"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781637900437
Orphaned by the age of 10, Jim Turner was left without a permanent home, bouncing between living with family members in Upstate SC and Transylvania County, NC until he was drafted into the US Army in 1943. He originally volunteered to be a paratrooper but instead found himself on the way to Walker Air Field after graduating parachute rigging school - to join the “Battle of Kansas” in preparation for the new untested B-29 Superfortress. There he became a Hellbird. Then it was off to India, where Jim did triple duty as a parachute rigger, runway inspector and volunteer tail gunner. After surviving a crash in Burma during a mission and almost starving to death, Jim and the rest of the Hellb ...
Columbus, Wisconsin: A Generalized History Vol. II: "The People who built Columbus" Ben Swetmore
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Spiral Bound
In yet another Ben Swetmore history book... We yet again take a deep-dive into the past of Columbus, Wisconsin, as we explore the interesting history of various buildings, locations, objects, and in this volume particularly, the people that helped build Columbus in the 20th Century, being influential to the City’s early development in one way or another. Discover their stories and other interesting tales of years gone by, as we explore individuals born between 1799-1857 in this volume. Join us as we travel back in time to relive Columbus' glory days and discover some of the "People who built Columbus". A fascinating read for local history enthusiasts and historians alike.
Dispelling The Myths Of Revisionist History Robert Dickie
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Size: 5" x 8"
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The marvelous and amazing history of the vast European migration to North America is a story that needs to be told. It is a story of bravery, heroism, sacrifice, vision, and most importantly a story of God’s gracious providence. This story is filled with remarkable chapters of Pilgrims, Puritans, Methodists, Presbyterians, Baptists, Quakers, Jews and Catholics alike. The story spans a wide swath of years from 1493 to about 1890. During these many years a great nation was born. Several wars were fought and won against England, the greatest empire in the world at that time. The brave men and women who came to America from Europe carved out of the rough and rugged wilderness a new nation ...
Dollie Helen Free VanderBeek, Compiler
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620301425
“Dollie” the autobiography of Minnie Adell Hollingshead Wadsworth “John Franklin Hollingshead” by Dollie Wadsworth “Ida Dionitia Lee” by Dollie Wadsworth “Brud” brief biography of Lafayette LeRoy Wadsworth Descendants pictures and family group information Ancestry in pedigree charts updated with family memories from 1997 51 pages Compiled by Helen Free VanderBeek 1973 Reprinted by LaRae Free Kerr M ED 2012 Cover design by Steve LeMmon
Doña Gracia: Women, Patronage, and the Jewish Diaspora Grace Amundsen Barnkow
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Identity. The woman known to history as Doña Gracia Mendes changed names, outward religions, language, and cultural practice throughout her life as the Jewish Diaspora brought her to new places and opportunities. In each pivot, she used her wealth and position to promote the welfare of her persecuted community. Doña Gracia was the richest woman of her era, a successful businesswoman who threw her substantial resources into an intrepid fight against the Inquisition took her across Europe, and ran an underground railroad that conveyed an estimated 200,000 refugees to freedom in the Ottoman Empire.
Duty, Honor and Betrayal Rod Moon
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780615497419
Fly with the men of the 1st Cavalry through the 1968 Tet Offensive, then to Khe Sanh and the A Shau Valley. Join the Special Forces missions to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos and Cambodia. This is a personal, brutally honest, account by a helicopter pilot during the pivotal battles of the Viet Nam war. He is a witness to American victories and the unswerving bravery of his comrades. In pursuit of a determined enemy, they fly with indomitable resolution. Hear of their willingness to face a gauntlet of death each day, and rise the next day to do it all again. He comes home to a bitter unhinged America turning against their army and the people of South Viet Nam. He finds duty and honor ...
Early Photography at Mammoth Cave Bob Thompson
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The book tells the interesting history of the men and women who took pictures of one of America's first tourist attractions, Mammoth Cave. Since 1865, pictures have been taken of this historic cave both inside and out showing the world why it was and still is one of the greatest wonders of the world. Early photographs of Mammoth Cave are shown throughout the book from each photographer. Includes a chapter (with photos) of early transportation to the cave and a chapter about the history (with photos) of group pictures taken at the different cave entrances.
Fact or Fiction? A Small Town Life Revealed Cedric Derecho
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781682732984
You've read "A Small Town Life"... Now hear the true story! Author Cedric Derecho takes you through a journey of Lakehurst history as he distinguishes the truth from the fiction in his book "A Small Town Life". With over 80 historical photos inside, see what it was really like to live in Lakehurst when "Wise Old Bill" did.
Family Roots in Elko County Nevada Photographs 1900 to 1924 From the Clawson and Thompson Family Archives Edited by Linn Clawson Earlier Research and Documentation by Arthur Clawson
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781642548105
The Clawson and Thompson families arrived in Elko County, Nevada in the late 1800s. Agnes Thompson Clawson bought an inexpensive camera and photographed her family and the scenes of life around the different locations in which she and her family lived. Agnes's younger brother-in-law, Ray Clawson, began taking photographs of his own about a decade later. The photographs in this book are mostly from Agnes Clawson's collection, but Ray's have been selectively added when the subject matter complements Agnes's images. The limited narrative in the form of image annotations is based on Agnes Clawson's grandson Arthur Clawson's research and documentation, as well as his own and his younger broth ...

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