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Life History of Otto Wood Otto Wood Republished by Maggie Wood
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648585340
Since Otto Wood was seven years old, he had been in trouble with the law, and was notorious for his escapes from the law. He wrote his life history while serving a thirty-year sentence for killing a man in 1923. His hopes were that the book would help a lost soul from going down the same road as he. While, he did not take his own advice, for the last time, he again escaped prison and was killed in a shootout with the Law on December 31, 1930.
My Story: Ninety-Some Years of Recollections Eco-Justice Press, LLC
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9780989129671
The story of Payrlee Huddleston McCall, a true pioneer woman, who lived a long and rewarding life. Her story spans the 20th century - from horse and wagon transportation to the landing on the moon to the internet. She lived through the Great Depression and WWII. She was the epitome of "back to nature" and "use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without" before those concepts became fashionable. She wrote her story so her family could share her perspective on the eventful 20th century.
Once We Were Eight Raymond Fishler
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620308523
On August 31, 1939, Raymond Fishler went to sleep at about midnight dreaming of the wonderful future he envisioned for himself. Less than five hours later he was awakened from his peaceful slumber by the start of World War II. After living through a brutal German occupation, his family made a futile attempt to go into hiding to avoid mass liquidation or being transported to the living hell of a concentration camp. Raymond’s mother made him promise to go to America and tell the world what was done to them. He promised he would, and to this day Raymond has told the story of his life’s journey in classrooms and lecture halls and also on the March of the Living, an annual education program ...
Powell, PA to Burma Jed Lezak, Mary Birdsall Tuttle
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Size: 8.25" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781645504184
William F. Birdsall fought in WWII as part of Task Force Mars in central Asia. Born in rural Powell, PA he entered basic training a country boy ready to serve his country. This collection of his letters to and from home during WWII give us insight into his thoughts and experiences as he journeys through basic training, to war, and back.
Power and Production Jason Nelson
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682733325
This is a simple and easy to read little book. You won't need much time or subject specific knowledge to enjoy this story about economics. The story begins at the beginning of civilization and rockets into the present day hitting all of the significant points and transitions that shape our world along the way. It won't take long for you to finish reading this book but the consequence of its meaning may forever change the way that you think about economics and history.
Self Evident: A Study of American Conservatism Todd Perry
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781467502801
Tales of a Hoosier Boy and Decades On Charles G. Kellerman
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620306321
The Kellerman childhood in Indiana was unique for one particular reason. It was the fifties and we had graduated from the land of Radio to the land of Television. Many advances had been made in America but we were not a well- to-do family so we seemed to live in a half way existence between old fashioned and modern society.
The Curates & The Parish Priests of Killoscobe Gerry Costello
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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This book id a history of the priests that served in the parish of Killoscobe in Co Galway since Menlough and Skehana were put together in the 1800s to form that parish. It also gives an outline of the Archdiocese of Tuam since it's inception with a list of all the Archbishops including their biographies (in as far as we can research) until the present time.
The Emerald Matchbook Elisse Gabriel
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Size: 6.69" x 9.61"
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ISBN: 9781682731895
A story of courage, serendipity and sacrifice, THE EMERALD MATCHBOOK is the true-life story of Chaya, a Jewish child born just before the German invasion of 1941, who survives against all odds. At once heartbreaking and uplifting, THE EMERALD MATCHBOOK takes young readers on a real-life journey of one of the war’s youngest survivors, one that illustrates the full spectrum of human nature, the true meaning of maternal devotion, and the extraordinary measures taken by the war’s unsung heroes, the “righteous among the nations.”
The Minotaur Medallion Bill Underwood
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ISBN: 9781620306659
Thirty years after Jesus walked the earth, a Jewish conspiracy resulted in the arrest of the apostle Paul in Caesarea. Chained like a common criminal, he was taken aboard a ship bound for Rome. It never arrived. Two thousand years later, amateur archaeologist David Connor is on Malta looking for traces of Paul's lost ship. With the help of a smart - and beautiful - professor of ancient history, Caroline, the intriguing artifacts begin to tell their story. But even as the clues mount, so do David's suspicions that someone is trying to kill him. Is someone after his treasure? Or is there a more sinister motive? Is it possible someone is afraid his finds will change history? C ...

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