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Finding Arizona's Past-Graham-Greenlee-Gila & Maricopa Counties James Bean
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Size: 6" x 9"
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With over 50 ghost towns and 40 cemeteries, there is a lot to see here. This is the 5th book of the series. The series will contain 13 of the 15 counties in Arizona. For color photos of many of these towns and others join us on Facebook at Finding Arizona's Past. This book has 7 trips in 4 counties with several towns and cemeteries in each. Coordinates and detailed directions will get you through each one of them. This is 88 pages, 6X9, Spiral bound. Enjoy and be careful out there.
Finding Arizona's Past-Santa Cruz-Coconino-Pima & Pinal Counties James Bean
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The 7th and last of a series, taking you through Arizona's ghost towns. There are 50 ghost towns and over 30 cemeteries in this one plus 8 sites you won't want to miss. Each town, cemetery and site have their coordinates and detailed driving directions to them. In this there are 10 trips and so much to see. This book covers 4 counties. Come visit us on Facebook at Finding Arizona's Past for color photos and more. This is 95 pages, 6X9, spiral bound. Enjoy and be careful out there.
Finding Family from Lower Richland County, S.C. An African-American Perspective Elton Vrede
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ISBN: 9781946982049
This book is about Lower Richland County, South Carolina, with a focus on the African-American perspective. Historical information about this part of the county is presented. Historical information includes information about selected townships that makes up this part of the county. The townships acknowledged are Eastover, Hopkins, Kingville (no longer exist), and Gadsden. Some information related to the history of education is also presented. It covers a period from late 19th Century to late 20th Century. A large portion of the book presents genealogical information about families from the Lower Richland County area. Surnames and related genealogy included are Pringle, Harris, Sco ...
For the Culture, #Blackthen #Blackstill All Day Production LLC
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ISBN: 9781469149677
For The Culture #Blackthen #Blackstill
From Glory to Glory Joan Davis
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Size: 5.25" x 8"
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The story of Harbor Christian Center begins in the 1930s. God spoke to Helen Carl and her husband, Norman, about a place called Wilmington. He wanted them to build a church there. From small and humble beginnings, God would raise up a church with international influence. A church whose sound would be heard around the world. A church that He continues to take from glory to glory. Recorded by Joan Davis, the pages of this book capture the supernatural history of Harbor Christian Center. You’ll read a first-hand account of someone being raised from the dead in the middle of a church service and you’ll even learn about how a group of our leaders survived a plane crash in Mexico. Through e ...
Hidden Treasures of Northwest Florida and Alabama By Wayne Ruple
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"Hidden Treasures of Northwest Florida and Alabama" is a look at some of the exciting history of Gulf Coast pirates and the stories of hidden treasures as well as Indian, Civil War and more modern day sites in the Florida Panhandle and Alabama where a treasure hunter might find relics from the past.
HIGHLAND COUNTY LYNCHING Harold Crist
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The Civil War is finally over, in the small town of Monterey, Virginia., people find themselves tryng to reach a normalcy in the rubble that the war left behind, but the hearts of many remain deeply affected and forever changed. Around this time, a man by the name E. D. Atchison wanders into town. No one has heard of him before, but soon everyone knows his name. Where E. D. Atchison goes, trouble seems to follow. The townfolk. wanting to protect their families from fear of the unknown in this unsable time of regrowth, take matters into their own hands. In this riveting and colorful Back To The Alleghenies sequel, Harold Crist explores the circumstnces that led a group of men i ...
Hip-Hop: The Origin Story & Coloring Book Charles Turner
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Hip hop is more than just music. It's a way of life, a culture, and a movement. It started in the 1970s in New York City, when people from different backgrounds came together to create something new and exciting. They used their voices, their turntables, their bodies, and their spray cans to express themselves and their stories. Hip hop has four elements: rapping, DJing, breakdancing, and graffiti. In this book, you will discover how hip hop origins and how it changed the world. You will also get to color some of the hip hop pioneers and icons who made history. So grab your crayons and get ready to explore hip hop origins!
Historical Markers NEVADA Jack Young
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HISTORICAL MARKERS NEVADA Historical Marker Series Volume 19. This book shows you the HISTORICAL MARKERS in the state of NEVADA. In this edition you will find a total of 369 historical markers. Each marker is described with its location, GPS coordinates, and the exact inscription. The markers are sort by the name of the location. The list of the markers will never be complete. Every day new markers will be added. Perfect travel guide to take with you on your trip to Nevada. I hope you are a little satisfied with this arrangement of facts.
History Of Twelve Generations Of The Ellis Family 1636-1974 James Ellis
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History of Twelve Generations Of The Ellis Family 1636-1974 by Ann Ellis Sheek reprint 40 years later with some additional photos and comments especially relating to the branch of the Family who moved to Nebraska. This book traces the landing of Edward Ellis in Virginia in 1636 to the migration of one branch of the family to Davidson and Davie County North Carolina 5 generations later. This book Focus is on the Davie County Ellis that are descended from this Edward Ellis. The update in 2016 gives more information on a branch that moved to Southwest Nebraska between 1910-1929 along with many pictures and an appendix with some obituaries from this branch. There is also some updated inf ...

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