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June O Donal

Published by Xulon Press (2016)

ISBN 10: 1498475434 ISBN 13: 9781498475433

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About this Item: Xulon Press, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Benjamin Miller, elder statesman and family patriarch, watches the world, the country and the Miller family become more divided. Farmers daughters are leaving by the thousands to work in textile mills; impoverished Irish immigrants are arriving by tens of thousands and young men head west seeking their fortunes. He worries about the future of his five grandchildren.Elijah Miller, a successful, fourth generation farmer at Riverview Farm, is concerned as young people are leaving Fryeburg and begins a local agricultural fair. He cannot understand how or why his sister can leave.Talented and fiercely independent, Rachel Miller is discontented with life on the farm and living in her mother s shadow. She leaves Fryeburg against her family s wishes to work in a textile mill in Biddeford. There is more in life for Rachel than tending a spinning jenny.Daniel Miller, local sawyer and pious abolitionist, discreetly continues the family mission along the banks of the Saco River. Benjamin sends this quiet grandson to Buffalo to attend the political convention of the Free Soil Party.Ten-year-old Isaac Miller, a generation younger than his siblings, is sometimes overlooked by his busy family. A friendship with an orphan from Ireland teaches him some valuable lessons.Thaddeus Pierce, the precocious only child of Joshua and Abigail Miller Pierce, is a journalist for the New York Post. He covers revolutions in Europe, the Great Hunger of Ireland and the California Gold Rush. However, it is his interview with Karl Marx, the author of The Communist Manifesto which divides the family. Author June O Donal is a museum educator at the Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm in Tamworth, NH, vice-president of the Fryeburg Historical Society, Director of the Hazel and Owen Currier Doll Museum of Fryeburg and a cancer survivor. She and her husband Wayne live in nearby Denmark, Maine and have two adult children. Seller Inventory # APC9781498475433

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June O Donal

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About this Item: Xulon Press, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Benjamin Miller, elder statesman and family patriarch, watches the world, the country and the Miller family become more divided. Farmers daughters are leaving by the thousands to work in textile mills; impoverished Irish immigrants are arriving by tens of thousands and young men head west seeking their fortunes. He worries about the future of his five grandchildren.Elijah Miller, a successful, fourth generation farmer at Riverview Farm, is concerned as young people are leaving Fryeburg and begins a local agricultural fair. He cannot understand how or why his sister can leave.Talented and fiercely independent, Rachel Miller is discontented with life on the farm and living in her mother s shadow. She leaves Fryeburg against her family s wishes to work in a textile mill in Biddeford. There is more in life for Rachel than tending a spinning jenny.Daniel Miller, local sawyer and pious abolitionist, discreetly continues the family mission along the banks of the Saco River. Benjamin sends this quiet grandson to Buffalo to attend the political convention of the Free Soil Party.Ten-year-old Isaac Miller, a generation younger than his siblings, is sometimes overlooked by his busy family. A friendship with an orphan from Ireland teaches him some valuable lessons.Thaddeus Pierce, the precocious only child of Joshua and Abigail Miller Pierce, is a journalist for the New York Post. He covers revolutions in Europe, the Great Hunger of Ireland and the California Gold Rush. However, it is his interview with Karl Marx, the author of The Communist Manifesto which divides the family. Author June O Donal is a museum educator at the Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm in Tamworth, NH, vice-president of the Fryeburg Historical Society, Director of the Hazel and Owen Currier Doll Museum of Fryeburg and a cancer survivor. She and her husband Wayne live in nearby Denmark, Maine and have two adult children. Seller Inventory # APC9781498475433

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Burt Prelutsky

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About this Item: Expandingbooks.Com, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. What drives someone to become a success? Why do people persevere when the odds are against them? Is there a secret to becoming successful? The best way to find out is to interview people who have been there, and done that, who have spent their lives in a pursuit of success in one form or another. And that s exactly what Burt Prelutsky has done in this amazing collection of interviews. The top people of yesterday and today offer their insights into their success and into their lives. In a conversational style, these easy-to-read interviews explore the minds and lives of 78 different celebrities, businessmen, titans of industry, entertainers, and entrepreneurs, all who have achieved the pinnacle of success in their fields. For many like Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Dinah Shore, and Billy Wilder these were the last interviews they gave, making this a truly unique collection of interviews. The book, which reads like a light, breezy magazine article, is a compilation of questions and answers. Prelutsky explores everything from favorite books, to feelings about politics, to questions we ve all wanted to ask any of these favorite celebrities. It s a fascinating look at the great minds and talents of yesterday and today. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Burt Prelutsky is an award-winning writer, political pundit, humor columnist, author and movie critic. He s written for the L. A. Times, New York Times, Washington Times, TV Guide, Modern Maturity, Emmy, Holiday, American Film and Sports Illustrated. During his career as a television writer he wrote for shows such as Dragnet, McMillian Wife, M*A*S*H, Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, Bob Newhart, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Family Ties, The Rockford Files, Diagnosis Murder, Pensacola, and a whole host of TV movies. He s also author of Conservatives Are from Mars, Liberals Are from San Francisco, published by WND. Visit his blog at . REVIEWS OF THE BOOK . .Burt Prelutsky s done us a terrific favor. He s given us an inside look at some extraordinary people. And he s done it in a light-hearted, deft and dandy way that brings us smiles and laughter along with the insights we re all looking for. -Neale Donald Walsch INTERVIEWS INCLUDED IN THE BOOK MARTY ALLEN, STEVE ALLEN, ARMY ARCHERD BEA ARTHUR, ED ASNER, TED BALESTRERI PETER BART, JEFF BERG, MICHAEL BERMAN, JAY BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM PETER BLATTY, HARLAND BRAUN, SID CAESAR, SAMMY CAHN, STEPHEN J. CANNELL, GEORGE CARLIN, JOHN CATOIR, LIONEL CHETWYND, WARD CONNERLY, JACKIE COOPER, DOMINICK DUNNE, LINDA EVANS, JAMIE FARR, BERTRAM FIELDS, EILEEN FORD, GERALD FORD, SUSAN FORWARD, LARRY GELBART, BERNARD GOLDBERG, J.PETER GRACE, FRED HAYMAN, MERRILL HEATTER, JERRY HERMAN, DAVID HOROWITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPHSON, CASEY KASEM, DAVID E. KELLEY, GENE KELLY, VICTOR KIAM, JUDITH KRANTZ, NORMAN LEAR, MICHELE LEE, JACK LEMMON ART LINKLETTER, JAY LIVINGSTON, BOB LURIE, PETER MAGOWAN, HENRY MANCINI, ANDREA MARCOVICCI, MICHAEL MEDVED, RUSS MEYER, MELANIE MORGAN, RANDY NEWMAN JULIE NEWMAR, GARY OWENS, RONN OWENS, MAX PALEVSKY, ROBERT B. PARKER, DENNIS Prager, GEORGE ROBERTS, GINGER ROGERS, PAT SAJAK, G.DAVID SCHINE, LIZABETH SCOTT, CAROLYN SEE, DINAH SHORE, ROGER L. SIMON, JO STAFFORD, JEAN STAPLETON, LEONARD STERN, JACK VALENTI, DICK VAN PATTEN, HENRY WAXMAN, JESSE WAYNE, LEIGH WIENER, BILLY WILDER, PAUL WILLIAMS, BEATRICE WOOD. Seller Inventory # AAV9781934443989

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Burt Prelutsky

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About this Item: Expandingbooks.Com, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.What drives someone to become a success? Why do people persevere when the odds are against them? Is there a secret to becoming successful? The best way to find out is to interview people who have been there, and done that, who have spent their lives in a pursuit of success in one form or another. And that s exactly what Burt Prelutsky has done in this amazing collection of interviews. The top people of yesterday and today offer their insights into their success and into their lives. In a conversational style, these easy-to-read interviews explore the minds and lives of 78 different celebrities, businessmen, titans of industry, entertainers, and entrepreneurs, all who have achieved the pinnacle of success in their fields. For many like Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Dinah Shore, and Billy Wilder these were the last interviews they gave, making this a truly unique collection of interviews. The book, which reads like a light, breezy magazine article, is a compilation of questions and answers. Prelutsky explores everything from favorite books, to feelings about politics, to questions we ve all wanted to ask any of these favorite celebrities. It s a fascinating look at the great minds and talents of yesterday and today. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Burt Prelutsky is an award-winning writer, political pundit, humor columnist, author and movie critic. He s written for the L. A. Times, New York Times, Washington Times, TV Guide, Modern Maturity, Emmy, Holiday, American Film and Sports Illustrated. During his career as a television writer he wrote for shows such as Dragnet, McMillian Wife, M*A*S*H, Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, Bob Newhart, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Family Ties, The Rockford Files, Diagnosis Murder, Pensacola, and a whole host of TV movies. He s also author of Conservatives Are from Mars, Liberals Are from San Francisco, published by WND. Visit his blog at . REVIEWS OF THE BOOK . .Burt Prelutsky s done us a terrific favor. He s given us an inside look at some extraordinary people. And he s done it in a light-hearted, deft and dandy way that brings us smiles and laughter along with the insights we re all looking for. -Neale Donald Walsch INTERVIEWS INCLUDED IN THE BOOK MARTY ALLEN, STEVE ALLEN, ARMY ARCHERD BEA ARTHUR, ED ASNER, TED BALESTRERI PETER BART, JEFF BERG, MICHAEL BERMAN, JAY BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM PETER BLATTY, HARLAND BRAUN, SID CAESAR, SAMMY CAHN, STEPHEN J. CANNELL, GEORGE CARLIN, JOHN CATOIR, LIONEL CHETWYND, WARD CONNERLY, JACKIE COOPER, DOMINICK DUNNE, LINDA EVANS, JAMIE FARR, BERTRAM FIELDS, EILEEN FORD, GERALD FORD, SUSAN FORWARD, LARRY GELBART, BERNARD GOLDBERG, J.PETER GRACE, FRED HAYMAN, MERRILL HEATTER, JERRY HERMAN, DAVID HOROWITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPHSON, CASEY KASEM, DAVID E. KELLEY, GENE KELLY, VICTOR KIAM, JUDITH KRANTZ, NORMAN LEAR, MICHELE LEE, JACK LEMMON ART LINKLETTER, JAY LIVINGSTON, BOB LURIE, PETER MAGOWAN, HENRY MANCINI, ANDREA MARCOVICCI, MICHAEL MEDVED, RUSS MEYER, MELANIE MORGAN, RANDY NEWMAN JULIE NEWMAR, GARY OWENS, RONN OWENS, MAX PALEVSKY, ROBERT B. PARKER, DENNIS Prager, GEORGE ROBERTS, GINGER ROGERS, PAT SAJAK, G.DAVID SCHINE, LIZABETH SCOTT, CAROLYN SEE, DINAH SHORE, ROGER L. SIMON, JO STAFFORD, JEAN STAPLETON, LEONARD STERN, JACK VALENTI, DICK VAN PATTEN, HENRY WAXMAN, JESSE WAYNE, LEIGH WIENER, BILLY WILDER, PAUL WILLIAMS, BEATRICE WOOD. Seller Inventory # AAV9781934443989

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Rev. George White

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About this Item: Pudney & Russell, New York City. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Chatham County, GA, which encompasses the city of Savannah, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 121 Page Illustrated Booklet reprinted from two rare books: the Rev. George White's Historical Collections of Georgia and Georgia, a Guide to Its Towns and Countryside, a WPA publication. The spiral-bound booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the cover. Besides Savannah, places mentioned include: Thunderbolt, Beaulieu, Bonaventure, Brewton's Hill, Gibbons' Plantation, and Cherokee Hill, Jasper, Sprint, Fort Jackson, . The excerpt from White's book covers the development of this area until the publication date of 1854, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glimpse from mid-20th Century vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Among the many and diverse topics in section from White's book are: Extract from 1850 Census; Physical features; Public Buildings; the Female Asylum and its officers; Description of Engineering for new Savanah Water-Works; the Custom House; Count Pulaski who died at the Siege of Savannah; Artist Launitz's description of the Pulaski Monument and list of items deposited in cornerstone ; Hotels; Various early Churches; Early Settlement under Oglethorpe, his dealings with the Indians, and various other information pertaining thereto; Whitefield's Orphan House and a List of some of the children; Fort Pulaski on Cockspur Island; Sgt. Jasper and other heros of the 2nd Regiment in the Revolutionary War; Savannah captured by the English in 1779; the Capture of Mordecai Sheftall of the Continental Troops in 1778; English Account of the Attack and Repulse at Savannah; List of American officers killed; Letters between Count D'Estaing and General Prevost, pertaining to the Surrender of Savannah, Detailed Account of the Tragic Loss of the Steamer Pulaski in 1838 ; Extraorinary Capture of an English command by Colonel White and a handful of Americans near Savannah; Distinguished Men -- Rev. J.J. Zubly, Colonel Francis Harris, Jonathan Bryan, David Montaigut, Major John Habersham, Major John Barnard, Anthony Stokes, William Stephens, James Jones, Noble Wymberley Jones, Colonel John White, Joseph Habersham, the Rev. Henry Kollock, the Rev. Henry Holcombe, the Rev. Edward Neufville, Senator John MacPherson Berrien (detail on his public life and debate on the Fugitive Slave Law), Supreme Court Judge James Moore Wayne, the Rev. Stephen Elliott Jr.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. The WPA section discusses Savannah architecture, Education, Dr. William Houstoun, the Ogeechee Canal, Savanna in the War Between the States; Commercial growth after World Wars I and II; and much more. There's a small 1950s map of Augusta and information on points of interest including Bull Street (City Hall, Johnson Square, United States Customhouse, Christ Episcopal Church, Wright Square, the Tomochichi Marker, Lutheran Church of the Ascension, the W.W. Gordon House, Independent Presbyterian Church, Chippewa Square, the Barrow House, Madison Square, the Meldrim House, St. John's Episcopal Church, Monterey Square, the Henry Jackson House, Armstrong College, Warren G. Candler Memorial Hospital, Forsyth Park, Chatham Artillery Barracks, and Savannah Public Library), East of Bull Street (Factors Row, the Old Harbor Light, Site of Fort Wayne, Site of the Filature, the Pink House, the Richard-Owens House, the Davenport House, the McIntosh House, Colonia Park Cemetery, the W.W. Owens House, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, and the Low House), and West of Bull Street (Site of Oglethorpe's First Camp, Telfair Academy, the McAlpin House, Herty Foundation Laboratory, West Broad Street Negro School, and the First Bryan Bapist Church); and Outside the city (Fort Pulaski National Monument, Fort Screven, Isle of Hope, Diamond B. Seller Inventory # 000467

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Elliott, Carl (compiler). Marc Miller, William H. Key, Jr., James A. Windle, Margaret D. Sizemore, Florence Sizemore, et al (contributors).

Published by Tuscaloosa, AL: privately printed for Carl Elliott by SWS Printers, 1959. (1959)

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About this Item: Tuscaloosa, AL: privately printed for Carl Elliott by SWS Printers, 1959., 1959. Ex-high school library copy. First edition limited to 1500 unnumbered copies. 288 pages. Hardcover: H 24cm x L 15.75cm. Lacks dust jacket. Blue cloth rubbed, spine ends bumped with light fraying at head, library shelf number in white ink near spine heel, scuffing to bottom board corners and front board's bottom edge, strong wear and cloth loss to rear board's bottom edge. Library stamps to toned and soiled text block edges; presentation sticker and library stamp on front free endpaper; library stamps and markings on title page; date due sheet, markings, and pocket on rear endpapers. Interior text pages remain clean and binding is firm. With Preface, two b/w portrait photos, tables, and Index. Text comprised of 36 essays - several being a page or less but most being five to ten pages in length - regarding various historical facets of northwest Alabama encompassing the counties of Blount, Cullman, Fayette, Franklin, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, Walker, and Winston. The more interesting essays are: SKETCHES OF EARLY CULLMAN COUNTY, ALABAMA by Marc Miller; JOHN WILLIAMS ROGERS by Harry V. Barnard; AN ALABAMA HORSE-AND-BUGGY MINISTER-DOCTOR by Margaret D. Sizemore; EARLY DAYS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY by William H. Key, Jr.; RURAL MAIL CARRIERS SEES THE SEASONS by Joe Acee; HEZEKIAH MASSEY (1822-1910) by Charley Ross West; A SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF THE HEZEKIAH MASSEY FAMILY by Charley Ross West; OLD JASPER ACADEMY, 1859-1892 by Sheriff Lacy; THE HAMILTON AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, A HISTORY: 1895-1933 by E.W. Branyon; THE SIPSEY FORK OF THE BLACK WARRIOR RIVER, ALABAMA by Warren W. Scott; WHAT OUR GARMENT FACTORY MEANS TO DETROIT, ALABAMA by Mrs. Opal Thompson; GLIMPSES OF EARLY FAYETTE COUNTY, ALABAMA by James A. Windle and Margaret D. Sizemore; MORE ABOUT ALLEN T. OWEN (1851-1917) by Rosa Odiel Gatewood; SOME RECOLLECTIONS by William Jesse Bonds; MY FOUR-SCORE YEARS AND MORE IN MARION AND LAMAR COUNTIES by Florence Sizemore; THE WAKEFIELD FAMILY OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA by Wayne E. Wakefield; TOMBIGBEE RIVER TRIBUTARIES, MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA by Col. R.W. Love; 1830 U.S. CENSUS OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA compiled by Bruce Myers; THE LUCAS-DODSON FAMILIES by Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.; SOME FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA GRAVESTONE RECORDS BY R.L. JAMES; THE FUTURE OF COAL IN WALKER COUNTY, AND THE GASIFICATION EXPERIMENT by Milton H. Fies; DRAINAGE AREAS OF CERTAIN CREEKS IN ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI by Colonel Harold E. Bisbort; AS I REMEMBER by Maggie Byram; SCHOOL DAZE IN 1889 IN BLOUNT COUNTY by Margaret D. Sizemore; THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY by W.H. Drinkard; MORE U.S. POST OFFICES OF YESTERYEAR BY CARL ELLIOTT; UNION COMMUNITY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA by P.O. Davis; etc. Please note that this is Volume II only as the entire "Annals of Northwest Alabama" series is comprised of a total of four volumes. Series compiler Carl Atwood Elliott (1913-1999) served eight terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from Alabama's northwestern 7th Congressional District from January 1949 to January 1965. {AL Shelf #2}. Seller Inventory # D17-3851

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Burt Prelutsky

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About this Item: Expandingbooks.Com, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. What drives someone to become a success? Why do people persevere when the odds are against them? Is there a secret to becoming successful? The best way to find out is to interview people who have been there, and done that, who have spent their lives in a pursuit of success in one form or another. And that s exactly what Burt Prelutsky has done in this amazing collection of interviews. The top people of yesterday and today offer their insights into their success and into their lives. In a conversational style, these easy-to-read interviews explore the minds and lives of 78 different celebrities, businessmen, titans of industry, entertainers, and entrepreneurs, all who have achieved the pinnacle of success in their fields. For many like Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Dinah Shore, and Billy Wilder these were the last interviews they gave, making this a truly unique collection of interviews. The book, which reads like a light, breezy magazine article, is a compilation of questions and answers. Prelutsky explores everything from favorite books, to feelings about politics, to questions we ve all wanted to ask any of these favorite celebrities. It s a fascinating look at the great minds and talents of yesterday and today. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Burt Prelutsky is an award-winning writer, political pundit, humor columnist, author and movie critic. He s written for the L. A. Times, New York Times, Washington Times, TV Guide, Modern Maturity, Emmy, Holiday, American Film and Sports Illustrated. During his career as a television writer he wrote for shows such as Dragnet, McMillian Wife, M*A*S*H, Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda, Bob Newhart, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Family Ties, The Rockford Files, Diagnosis Murder, Pensacola, and a whole host of TV movies. He s also author of Conservatives Are from Mars, Liberals Are from San Francisco, published by WND. Visit his blog at . REVIEWS OF THE BOOK . .Burt Prelutsky s done us a terrific favor. He s given us an inside look at some extraordinary people. And he s done it in a light-hearted, deft and dandy way that brings us smiles and laughter along with the insights we re all looking for. -Neale Donald Walsch INTERVIEWS INCLUDED IN THE BOOK MARTY ALLEN, STEVE ALLEN, ARMY ARCHERD BEA ARTHUR, ED ASNER, TED BALESTRERI PETER BART, JEFF BERG, MICHAEL BERMAN, JAY BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM PETER BLATTY, HARLAND BRAUN, SID CAESAR, SAMMY CAHN, STEPHEN J. CANNELL, GEORGE CARLIN, JOHN CATOIR, LIONEL CHETWYND, WARD CONNERLY, JACKIE COOPER, DOMINICK DUNNE, LINDA EVANS, JAMIE FARR, BERTRAM FIELDS, EILEEN FORD, GERALD FORD, SUSAN FORWARD, LARRY GELBART, BERNARD GOLDBERG, J.PETER GRACE, FRED HAYMAN, MERRILL HEATTER, JERRY HERMAN, DAVID HOROWITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPHSON, CASEY KASEM, DAVID E. KELLEY, GENE KELLY, VICTOR KIAM, JUDITH KRANTZ, NORMAN LEAR, MICHELE LEE, JACK LEMMON ART LINKLETTER, JAY LIVINGSTON, BOB LURIE, PETER MAGOWAN, HENRY MANCINI, ANDREA MARCOVICCI, MICHAEL MEDVED, RUSS MEYER, MELANIE MORGAN, RANDY NEWMAN JULIE NEWMAR, GARY OWENS, RONN OWENS, MAX PALEVSKY, ROBERT B. PARKER, DENNIS Prager, GEORGE ROBERTS, GINGER ROGERS, PAT SAJAK, G.DAVID SCHINE, LIZABETH SCOTT, CAROLYN SEE, DINAH SHORE, ROGER L. SIMON, JO STAFFORD, JEAN STAPLETON, LEONARD STERN, JACK VALENTI, DICK VAN PATTEN, HENRY WAXMAN, JESSE WAYNE, LEIGH WIENER, BILLY WILDER, PAUL WILLIAMS, BEATRICE WOOD. Seller Inventory # LIE9781934443989

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Owens, Kenneth N. (editor)

Published by The Press of the Oregon Historical Society, Portland (1985)

ISBN 10: 0875951244 ISBN 13: 9780875951249

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About this Item: The Press of the Oregon Historical Society, Portland, 1985. Half-Cloth. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine (-). Apparent First Edition. The story of the Nikolai, which grounded in 1808 in what is modern northern Washington, and the crew lived as captives among the Hohs, Quileutes, and Makahs. This book includes two accounts, one fully translated into English fro the first time. From the collection of Wayne Prescott Suttles, renowned anthropologist, scholar, and linguist regarding many Pacific cultures, and especially the U.S. Pacific Northwest Coast Salish people. His stamp to the ffep. Provenance provided upon request. Slim strip of paper w/ note in Dr. Suttles' hand laid in. Condition notes: 110 numbered pp +1; HB w/DJ. Pages: clean, bright, tight, frontis; 1 or 2 erasable pencil marks. Cover: lt brown boards w/ denim backstrip, gilt titles spine; minimal shelfwear. DJ: unclipped, heavy cream paper, blue artwork front, blue/black titles front/spine; minimal edge/shelfwear, spine and edges mildly sunned, a few faint smudges. Seller Inventory # 035751

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Elliott, Carl (compiler). Marc Miller, William H. Key, Jr., James A. Windle, Margaret D. Sizemore, Florence Sizemore, et al (contributors).

Published by Tuscaloosa, AL: privately printed for Carl Elliott by SWS Printers, 1959. (1959)

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About this Item: Tuscaloosa, AL: privately printed for Carl Elliott by SWS Printers, 1959., 1959. First edition limited to 1500 unnumbered copies. 288 pages. Hardcover: H 24.25cm x L 15.75cm. Lacks dust jacket. Blue cloth rubbed; faint impression from past owner's removed sticker near spine heel; light bumping to spine ends; gilt stamping to spine and front board still bright despite some flaking loss to latter. Some foxing and slight toning to text block edges; two name/address labels for past owner affixed to front pastedown; interior text pages are otherwise clean. Binding is firm. A very good copy. With Preface, two b/w portrait photos, tables, and Index. Text comprised of 36 essays - several being a page or less but most being five to ten pages in length - regarding various historical facets of northwest Alabama encompassing the counties of Blount, Cullman, Fayette, Franklin, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, Walker, and Winston. The more interesting essays are: SKETCHES OF EARLY CULLMAN COUNTY, ALABAMA by Marc Miller; JOHN WILLIAMS ROGERS by Harry V. Barnard; AN ALABAMA HORSE-AND-BUGGY MINISTER-DOCTOR by Margaret D. Sizemore; EARLY DAYS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY by William H. Key, Jr.; RURAL MAIL CARRIERS SEES THE SEASONS by Joe Acee; HEZEKIAH MASSEY (1822-1910) by Charley Ross West; A SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF THE HEZEKIAH MASSEY FAMILY by Charley Ross West; OLD JASPER ACADEMY, 1859-1892 by Sheriff Lacy; THE HAMILTON AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, A HISTORY: 1895-1933 by E.W. Branyon; THE SIPSEY FORK OF THE BLACK WARRIOR RIVER, ALABAMA by Warren W. Scott; WHAT OUR GARMENT FACTORY MEANS TO DETROIT, ALABAMA by Mrs. Opal Thompson; GLIMPSES OF EARLY FAYETTE COUNTY, ALABAMA by James A. Windle and Margaret D. Sizemore; MORE ABOUT ALLEN T. OWEN (1851-1917) by Rosa Odiel Gatewood; SOME RECOLLECTIONS by William Jesse Bonds; MY FOUR-SCORE YEARS AND MORE IN MARION AND LAMAR COUNTIES by Florence Sizemore; THE WAKEFIELD FAMILY OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA by Wayne E. Wakefield; TOMBIGBEE RIVER TRIBUTARIES, MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA by Col. R.W. Love; 1830 U.S. CENSUS OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA compiled by Bruce Myers; THE LUCAS-DODSON FAMILIES by Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.; SOME FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA GRAVESTONE RECORDS BY R.L. JAMES; THE FUTURE OF COAL IN WALKER COUNTY, AND THE GASIFICATION EXPERIMENT by Milton H. Fies; DRAINAGE AREAS OF CERTAIN CREEKS IN ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI by Colonel Harold E. Bisbort; AS I REMEMBER by Maggie Byram; SCHOOL DAZE IN 1889 IN BLOUNT COUNTY by Margaret D. Sizemore; THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY by W.H. Drinkard; MORE U.S. POST OFFICES OF YESTERYEAR BY CARL ELLIOTT; UNION COMMUNITY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA by P.O. Davis; etc. Please note that this is Volume II only as the entire "Annals of Northwest Alabama" series is comprised of a total of four volumes. Series compiler Carl Atwood Elliott (1913-1999) served eight terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from Alabama's northwestern 7th Congressional District from January 1949 to January 1965. {AL Shelf #3}. Seller Inventory # D17-9059

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Elliott, Carl (compiler). Marc Miller, William H. Key, Jr., James A. Windle, Margaret D. Sizemore, Florence Sizemore, et al (contributors).

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About this Item: Tuscaloosa, AL: privately printed for Carl Elliott by SWS Printers, 1959., 1959. FIRST EDITION LIMITED TO 1500 UNNUMBERED COPIES INSCRIBED, SIGNED, AND DATED BY THE AUTHOR. 288 pages. Hardcover: H 24cm x L 15.75cm. Lacks dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt stamped lettering upon spine and front board, spine cloth faded with light wear at ends, boards rubbed. Erased pencil writing upon front free endpaper. A very good copy with Carl Elliott's December 1960 signed inscription upon the front free endpaper. With Preface, two b/w portrait photos, tables, and Index. Text comprised of 36 essays - several being a page or less but most being five to ten pages in length - regarding various historical facets of northwest Alabama encompassing the counties of Blount, Cullman, Fayette, Franklin, Lamar, Marion, Pickens, Walker, and Winston. The more interesting essays are: SKETCHES OF EARLY CULLMAN COUNTY, ALABAMA by Marc Miller; JOHN WILLIAMS ROGERS by Harry V. Barnard; AN ALABAMA HORSE-AND-BUGGY MINISTER-DOCTOR by Margaret D. Sizemore; EARLY DAYS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY by William H. Key, Jr.; RURAL MAIL CARRIERS SEES THE SEASONS by Joe Acee; HEZEKIAH MASSEY (1822-1910) by Charley Ross West; A SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF THE HEZEKIAH MASSEY FAMILY by Charley Ross West; OLD JASPER ACADEMY, 1859-1892 by Sheriff Lacy; THE HAMILTON AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL, A HISTORY: 1895-1933 by E.W. Branyon; THE SIPSEY FORK OF THE BLACK WARRIOR RIVER, ALABAMA by Warren W. Scott; WHAT OUR GARMENT FACTORY MEANS TO DETROIT, ALABAMA by Mrs. Opal Thompson; GLIMPSES OF EARLY FAYETTE COUNTY, ALABAMA by James A. Windle and Margaret D. Sizemore; MORE ABOUT ALLEN T. OWEN (1851-1917) by Rosa Odiel Gatewood; SOME RECOLLECTIONS by William Jesse Bonds; MY FOUR-SCORE YEARS AND MORE IN MARION AND LAMAR COUNTIES by Florence Sizemore; THE WAKEFIELD FAMILY OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA by Wayne E. Wakefield; TOMBIGBEE RIVER TRIBUTARIES, MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA by Col. R.W. Love; 1830 U.S. CENSUS OF WALKER COUNTY, ALABAMA compiled by Bruce Myers; THE LUCAS-DODSON FAMILIES by Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.; SOME FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA GRAVESTONE RECORDS BY R.L. JAMES; THE FUTURE OF COAL IN WALKER COUNTY, AND THE GASIFICATION EXPERIMENT by Milton H. Fies; DRAINAGE AREAS OF CERTAIN CREEKS IN ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI by Colonel Harold E. Bisbort; AS I REMEMBER by Maggie Byram; SCHOOL DAZE IN 1889 IN BLOUNT COUNTY by Margaret D. Sizemore; THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY by W.H. Drinkard; MORE U.S. POST OFFICES OF YESTERYEAR BY CARL ELLIOTT; UNION COMMUNITY, FRANKLIN COUNTY, ALABAMA by P.O. Davis; etc. Please note that this is Volume II only as the entire "Annals of Northwest Alabama" series is comprised of a total of four volumes. Series compiler Carl Atwood Elliott (1913-1999) served eight terms in the U.S. House of Representatives from Alabama's northwestern 7th Congressional District from January 1949 to January 1965. {AL Shelf #1}. Seller Inventory # D17-1765

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Tim Owen, Wayne Noble, Faye Christabel Speed

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About this Item: Springer International Publishing AG, Switzerland, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. 1st ed. 2017. Language: English . Brand New Book. This exciting and timely collection showcases recent work on Cybercrime by members of Uclan Cybercrime Research Unit [UCRU], directed by Dr Tim Owen at the University of Central Lancashire, UK. This book offers up-to-date perspectives on Cybercrime based upon a Realist social ontology, alongside suggestions for how research into Cybercrime might move beyond what can be seen as the main theoretical obstacles facing criminological theory: the stagnation of critical criminology and the nihilistic relativism of the postmodern and post-structuralist cultural turn. Organised into three sections; `Law and Order in Cyberspace , `Gender and Deviance in Cyberspace , and `Identity and Cyberspace , this cutting-edge volume explores some of the most crucial issues we face today on the internet: grooming, gendered violence, freedom of speech and intellectual property crime. Providing unique new theory on Cybercrime, this book will appeal to scholars and advanced students of Criminology, Law, Sociology, Philosophy, Policing and Forensic Science, Information Technology and Journalism, in addition to professionals working within law and order agencies and the security services. Seller Inventory # LIB9783319538556

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