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"41" For Freedom Second Edition Dale Schoepflin Now They Are Gone
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781633182547
The objective of these writings is to give honor and stature to the approximately 25,000 men who were willing to leave their homes and families, while they subjected themselves to the tedium of repeatedly going where, they did not know, to stand ready to do, something they wished never to need to do, only to return to rest awhile so that they could do it all over again and again and again. They wear few medals, are the subjects of no individual monuments to their tireless efforts, and seek no special favors for their individual sacrifices.
"Bumping Off" Huns: Coalinga's Students in the First World War David Paul Davenport
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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.
65 Years of Secrecy John Cardinalli
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ISBN: 9781633181984
Sworn to secrecy for 65 years, John Cardinalli can finally talk about his life as an OSS agent during World War II. Slipping behind enemy lines on dangerous missions, training would-be spies — it’s exciting and way better than a James Bond movie because it’s true. Step into the world of a wartime spy and prepare to be amazed.
A Family's Civil War Story Christine A Holley
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Size: 8" x 10"
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ISBN: 9781637908228
This story practically began to write itself. It was now the year, 2013 and the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Which was also one of the most significant battles of the Civil War. The irony was that this was a story from the 150th Pennsylvania Bucktail Brigade of McKean County, PA. and the 150th anniversary of the battle. Perhaps this authors’ great, great, grandfather, Lorenzo Hodges had decided that it was now time for his story to be told. As time went on, even more interesting information found its way to my desktop. This information presented even more possibilities to this story, as well as even more potential questions for the descendants of Lorenzo Hodges, of Ce ...
A NATION BORN The American History Project Volume I 1776 - 1865 RANDALL M DEWITT
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781633181564
THE AMERICAN HISTORY PROJECT is a compilation of essays spanning the breadth of America and the forging of a nation, one which in time became the single global superpower in the world. Volume I, A NATION BORN, brings to light America’s beginning with the onset of the American Revolution and progresses through the Civil War. Topics range from the "Era of Good Feelings" and the James Monroe Presidency to the expansion of democracy under Andrew Jackson. A NATION BORN then addresses western movement into Oregon Country and the Mexican borderlands.
A SCOUT WITH THE BUFFALO SOLDIERS from an 1888 Outing Magazine by Market Art Publishing
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Frederic Remington (October 4, 1861 - December 26, 1909) was a painter, sculptor, illustrator, and writer who specialized in vivid depictions of the Old West. Unlike other artists of his generation who romanticized the era, Remington went out and experienced the period himself, bringing it to life for his own generation, and many to come, through his art. In this written piece originally published in Outing Magazine in 1888, Remington details his experience traveling with the 10th United State Cavalry composed of black men known as the "Buffalo Soldiers." Included is his original artwork depicting the various events and his impressions. If you've an interest in the his ...
A Soldier Writes Home Compiled and enhanced by Emily Heap.
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The letters and photographs sent home by Jack V. Heap during his service in World War II. This collection of documents was compiled by his granddaughter and combined with a sprinkling of wartime history.
AMERICA The Grand Illusion, BOOK II What God has joined... Jeffrey Bennett
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ISBN: 9781620303238
If during the War of Independence eighty-five years earlier, we were a “nation conceived in liberty,” then we as a people had not learned the lessons of freedom. You'll discover slavery through the eyes of Washington, Jefferson, Hopkins, Pinkney and others of the Colonial era, and how 85 years later, the Nation erupted in BLOOD. With this volume we learn of a rising awareness of slavery and it's part in the American Civil War - although it was not the reason we went to war. We read the letters and speeches of import from John Brown, Thoreau, Calhoun, Clay, Choate, Douglas and many more. We go to the Alamo and study the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the Gadsden Purchase, the Dred Scott dec ...
AMERICANS AT WAR The WWII Generation In Their Own Words RANDALL M DEWITT
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ISBN: 9781633189393
An Illustrated Guide to Civil War General Officers T.R. Lazorishak (U.S. Air Force veteran)
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ISBN: 9781642546545
The American Civil War was a major event in American history. Thousands upon thousands of men (mostly young) died on both sides of the conflict. This is a brief, photographic journey, highlighting the commanders of the North & South. Some general officers (generals) died on the battlefield leading their men, gallantly, or, later, because of their wounds. Like the thousands of young men they commanded, many generals were caught up in a whirlwind of death & destruction. Their blood was shed just as easily as young privates & corporals caught up in battle.

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