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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Sarpy County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 23-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Some of the places mentioned in the booklet include: Papillion (county seat), Fairview, Bellevue, Springfield, Among the many subjects included are: Reminiscences of Col. Peter Sarpy, including the "Story of the Diamond", Early Settlements; Early Explorers; Early County Officers; Fight with Bellevue over location of County Seat; Early history of Bellevue -- the Press, religious organizations, fraternal societies; Gov. Francis Burt; History of Papillion -- court house, churches, education, societies, press, hotels, businesses, etc.; Other communities, and other items of interest. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Sarpy County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: Bellevue -- Henry Clarke, John Q. Goss, Augustus Hall, Otto Meyer; Papillion -- George Becker, S.F. Burtch, Augustus Clarke, Byron Clark, James Campbell, David Carpenter, Harry Carpenter, Frank M. Carson, I. Cecil Cornwell, A.W. Critchfield, Michael Dunn, James Gow, Cyrus Latham, Dr. George Laubach, Louis Lesieur, William Clark McLean, Eldridge Messenger, Jonas Mitchell, Morris & Cornwell, druggists, J.C. Patterson, Horace Rogers, Ramsey Saling, William Sander, William Sexson, Allen Smith, John I. Smith, Andrew J. Spearman, Myron E. Stormer, James W. Thompson, Dr. William Upjohn; Springfield -- S.O. Salisbury, Ezra E. Sanborn, Capt. James Spearman, Other places -- James Davidson, John Riley Nicholson, Royal Glover, William Satterfield, M. Bianchi, Jacob Cook, Clarence Keyes, John Lovell, John Petty, Abram Snider, Rev. J.V. Wallace, John Condon, S.B. Batchelder, George Burtch, and Thomas Holman. The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. This includes brief stops at Gretna, the South Bend State Fish Hatchery, the site of Oreapolis, Fort Crook and Papillion. Seller Inventory # 000650

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Bollinger County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from two rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, and The State of Missouri (1904). The 40-page spiral bound 8 1/2 x 11" booklet, is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. The 1888 history covers the early development of this area and includes bios of prominent citizens. Topics covered include: Formation of the county and names of early officials; location and resources, communities -- Marble Hill, the county seat, Lutesville and others, and other bits of history and trivia along the way. Besides the names mentioned in the history section of the booklet, there are a number of fairly detailed individual biographies of prominent residents, including: Patrick Ahern, James William Back, H.B. Baker, Jacob Barks, William Berry, Father Francis Bettels, Mrs. Eleanor Bollinger, Daniel Bollinger, Frederick Bramer, Nathan L. Cato, George E. Clark, Andres Clippard, George W. Clippard, David Cloninger, Thomas Clubb, Mrs. Ader Ann Clubb, David R. Conrad, Jacob J. Conrad, Mahlan Cox, John S. Dunn, John I. Ellis, Judge Hezekiah Estes, Ransom B. Estes, William Fears, Dr. John M. Finney, Jasper Frymire, Henry Gaines, George E. Gibbs, Adolph L. Gibbs, Ransom B. Hartle, Jesse Hartle, Thomas Hawn, Aaron M. Hawn, John W. Hawn, Dr. Benjamin William Henley, Dean B. Hill, Randolph James, Levi B. James, Dr. Adolph Keehn, Benjamin F. Kern, Henry Killian, William F. Kinder, Emanuel Kinder, Millington N. Kinder, Jacob M. Kinder, Adolphus C. King, John W. King, Charley King, William G. Kitchen, John W. Laird, Samuel L. Lessley, Mrs. Sophia Lutes, David Lutes, Jesse Lutes, Daniel Lutes, Eli Lutes, John P. McManus, Washington A. McMinn, Richard Masters, Andrew J. Mayfield, Mrs. Mary Miller, George W. Miller, John A. Miller, William M. Morgan, Emanuel Mouser, Zachary T. Pierce, John W. Revelle, Henry F. Rhodes, Dr. William W. Roberts, Prof. J. Monroe Robins, Hoseph Seabaugh, Allen Seabaugh, Johnson M. Shell, Michael J. Shetley, James A. Slagle, Jacob V. Slinkard, George W. Smith, Andrew J. Smith, Francis M. Snider, John W. Snider, Jonas Marion Snider, Barton S. Snider, Jacob Speer, Henry M. Statler, George E. Statler, James W. Stepp, Judge David Stevens, Benjamin F. Stevens, John W. Swan, Dr. William c. Talley, Rev. H.F. Tong, Ferdinand P. Trautwein, Dr. James A. turner, robert Vangennip, Joseph Waldrupe, William M. Welch, Franklin P. Welch, Elias Wells, John Q.D. Whitener, Turner G. Whitener, Elvis F. Williams, Benjamin F. Winters, James G. Woodfin, John S. Yount, John A. Yount, and Judge Nathan M. Zimmerman. The 1904 book, written in connection with the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, gives an overview of the county at that date. Seller Inventory # 000676

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About this Item: Southern Publishing Company. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Grant Parish, LA, which includes the towns of Atlanta, Colfax, Dry Prong, Georgetown, Montgomery and Pollock, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this brand new 34-page 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound book, photocopied on 60# opaque paper. The full-color front cover is protected with a vinyl sheet. The book includes excerpts from two hard-to-find vintage publications: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana, originally published by the Southern Publishing Company in 1890, and Louisiana, a Guide to the State, compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the WPA in 1941. The history part of the 1890 book includes: Location and Natural Features, Incidents of Interest, Parish Organization, Parish Officials, the Great Riot, the Police Jury, Law and Lawyers, Elections and Politics, Schools and Churches, Towns and Villages, Societies and Associations, etc. In addition to the many names mentioned in the history section, there are a number of fairly lengthy biographies of prominent citizens: Enoch J. Barfield, Joseph Billis, Dr. Edward Rogerson Brownell, William Newton Creed, Samuel C. Curry, Albert A. Dean, John Walker Dean, Dr. M.A. Dunn, Henry Easterbrook, James W. Ethredge, H.G. Goodwyn, Ernest Grandchampt, W.O. Harrison, Charles Dennis Hickman, George W. Hickman, Isaac Newton Hicks, James A. Hyde, Sam Johnson, Joshua Kemp Jr.,S.M. La Croix, Joseph V. LeSage, Alfred W. Lewis, Major H.V. McCain, H. McKnight, J.H. McNeely, Capt. Columbus C. Nash, Benjamin H. Phillips, Joseph M. Plunkett, Col. E.G. Randolph, Judge W.L. Richardson, Capt. Francis Marion Sharp, Patrick H. Smith, C.H. Teal, Albert G. Thompson, and William J. Tison. The WPA book gives a nostalgic glimpse from a 1941 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. The excerpt consists of a small map of the area and a tour with brief stops at Campti, Montgomery, Colfax, and Tioga and other nearby communities. Seller Inventory # 000861

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ISBN 10: 1497442338 ISBN 13: 9781497442337

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The Cheneyville Riflemen were a Confederate group made up primarily from young men who were members of planter s families along Bayou Bouef and Bayou Rapides in Rapides and Avoyelles Parishes. Some men were added to their units from New Orleans and they became part of the famous Louisiana Tigers who fought so bravely in the Civi War. Patrick Keary, whose later wife was President Jefferson Davis s niece, recruited the original group of volunteers. The Cheneyville Riflemen were presented with homemade flags of their unit by the ladies of the town. The men left Cheneyville for Camp Moore at Tanghipahoa in the summer of 1861. There, more recruits were added from New Orleans and the Cheneville Rifles were commissioned as part of the 8th Louisiana Infantry and were designated as Company H. The Cheneyville Rifles left for the war front within days, and spent the next four years the Virginia Theatre. These brave central Louisiana men participated in dozens of battles, including Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, and Appomattox. Roster: Captain Patrick Keary of Cheneyville John Mortimer Burges of Holmesville - 1st Lt William H. Oliver of Evergreen- 2nd Lt John R. Murphy - Jr. 2nd Lt Samuel Henry Robert - 1st Sergeant Richard H. Glaze of Holmesville- 2nd Sgt Frank R. Johnson - 3rd Sgt Dr. Samuel Flower Meeker of LeCompte - 4th Sgt Oliver H. Perry - 5th Sergeant Mitchell Neal - 1st Corporal Baillio, Albert Gallatin Phelps of Mansura - 2nd Cpl. Isaac Christian Johnson of Evergreen- 3rd Corporal Robert Crawford - 4th Corporal Berwick, David Bond, Peter Booker, James Booker, William Boudro, Joseph Bradford, Franklin Bradley, John J. Breen, William Brennon, Charles Briely, Edward C. Brosnan, Patrick Burges, Benjamin B. Calligan, Louis Campbell, John Carpenter, Alexander Chaffin, John R. Chaffin, Winburn L. Charrier, Augustin Cheney, Thomas Chitty, Allen H. Christ, George Clark, James W. Clark, Leonard Clark, William J. Clouner, Henry Connolly, Patrick Connor, John Crenshaw, Archimedes Crowell, John Daily, Ephraim Days, James Derosier, Samuel S. Devereaux, Thomas Dial, Matthew Dunn, Patrick D. Duvall, William Emmett Edlin, Samuel Edwards, William E. Flynn, Robert Foreman, Elisha Forman, William Fraser, Alexander Frederick, Mathias Furlong, Thomas Galloway, John R. Gardner, Thomas Gaspard, Genois Glass, Samuel P. Glover, James Gohmert, Adolphe Goodman, James M. Goodman, Stephen A. Goodson, George W. Graham, Patrick A. Graham, Richard Graham, Theophile Hanly, Mortimer B. Harman, P. Harrison, Flatus B. Hebert, Francis Heffran, James Hickman, Lewis Hicks, Louis David Hodge, Jesse T. Holland, Patrick Irving, David Juneau, Adrian Jones, John Kanna, H. M. Kennedy, John Kennedy, Patrick Lawrence, John Lewis, James D. Loftus, Andrew Vousdan Loftus, Patrick Johnson Londeneaux, John Long, Thomas McDaniel, Charles McDonald, John McGinnis, Martin McGuire, Henry McMann, Thomas McQuaid, James Many, Edward Meehan, Cornelius J. Mayeux, Zenon Zelian Morris, John H. Murphy, Frank V. Murphy, Thomas S. Newell, Andrew Newell, Thomas Newton, Thomas D. Nichols, John F. Norris, Charles H. Nugent, Edward O Neal, Henry M. O Neal William Warren Orton, James Parham, William H. Parker, Thomas J. Payne, Richard Pendergrast, Thomas Perkins, James Samuel Porter, William W. Reagan, J. R. Riggs, John M. Ringgold, William Hickman Robert, Edward J. Rutledge, Joseph R. Simpson, Jesse T. Singleton, Francis Marion Slattery, Peter Smith, R. H. Smith, W. Snoddy, Joshua Sutherland, Silas Swann, Benjamin R. Swearingen, John Townsend, Francis Vernon, John E. Wade, Richard Wall, John H. Wall, John M. Wall, Samuel B. Warman, Peter Watts, Charles J. Webber, Patrick White, Robert M. Wilson, Robert Williams, Augustus E. Wilson, John Workman, J. Workman, William Edward Zolchan, James (Biloxi Indian). Seller Inventory # APC9781497442337

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Jefferson County and Saline County, NE, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 48-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Physical description of the county, Primitive Occupants, Early Settlers, IndianTroubles, Pioneer Events, County Organizations, County Seats, Criminal cases, Newspapers, Railroads, Doane College, Grasshopper plagues, fires, the press, the fire department, public buildings, banks, businesses, manufacturers, churches, and Secret Societies and colorful tales of early residents. Town histories include: Crete, Wilber, DeWitt, Dorchester, Friend, Pleasant Hill, Swan City, Western, Fairbury, Steele City, Reynolds, Meridian and Endicott. Claims to fame: Jefferson County claims to be located right in the center of the continental USA. It claims one of the most desperate battles ever waged on the continent. It claims to have been the "scene of many daring exploits by such legendary characters as Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill and others. The booklet contains a number of biographies. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: SALINE: Crete -- E.S. Abbott, S.L. Andrews, Jacob Bahner, A.J. Barragar, Barragar and Moore, W.H. Barstow, John Bathen, T.A.C. Beard, I.T. Benjamin, C.M. Burket, Peter Buenger, Anthony H. Chloupek, J.P, Clarey, Dr. A. Conrad, S.T. Corey, Thomas L. Dixon, D.T. Drake, Cenek Duras, Daniel A. Ferrier, A.S. Flint, F.I. Foss, H.S. Fuller, Isaac Goodin, George H. Hastings, Frank Johnson, J.R. Johnston, Frank Karten, B.C. Kerr, John Kersenbrock, F. Laders, George Long, John S. Lee, H.C. Merrick, T.H. Miller, J.R. Neill, David Brainerd Perry, James W. Rhine, Dr. A.D. Root, Eugene Schilling, James C. Smith, E.F. Stephens, George D. Stevens, John L. Tidball, Thomas Toogood, and V.C. Toogood; Wilbur -- S.S. Alley, Dr. Levi Anthony, Fred S. Baker, J.W. Beeney, Tobias Castor, Henry Clark, John W. Clark, H.W. Cole, Ed. Connell, H.H. Coonen, J.K. Corey, Dr. L.E. Goodell, J.H. Grimm, J.H. Hardy, James Harvey, W.L. Hayes, Fred Herman, S.J. Herman, Capt. J.S. Hunt, J.H. James, Dr. B.F. Jones, Edward C. Kellogg, J.T. Lane, James Ledwich, William Leeper, C.B. McGregor, A.G. Mallat, William H. Mann, C.W. Meeker, J.A. Paddock, Dr. B.C. Parker, H. Cole, F.V. Shabata, H.B. Simpson, John F. Spirk, D.R. Tripp, J.N. Van Duyn, Peter Waldrof, William Waldorf, A.G. Wilber, John Zwoneckek, W.G. Storms; DeWitt -- M.A. Crane, Dr. L.J. Cross, John Denny, Dr. J.K.L. Duncan, William J. Dunn, Dr. C.E. Elder, John Gilbert, E. Hastings, Ira Moulton, E.E. Mattocks, J.R. Nelson, George A. Hunt, Dr. D.R. Pelton, H. D. Rogers, W.H. Staley, Frank M. Suiter, and Joseph Suiter; Dorchester -- N.B. Alley, Dr. W.R. Bolding, J.H. Clark, P.D. Cooper, Thomas Jarrett, R. McManus, John Oberlies, W.H. Pallett, Samuel G. Panter, T.B. Parker, W.C. Parker, Jasper Riggs, C.F. Secord, John Thomas, J.C. Thurston, W.R. Toole, and Samuel Windrem; Friend -- A.L. Bass, Jacob Briemer, T.C. Callahan, Dr. J.W. Dorwart, L.D. Fletcher, John O. Frantz, C.E. Friend, J.W. Gilbert, Dr. W.H. Hewit, T. H. Kelley, Mathew McDougall, A.M. Miller, Nelson C. Miller, H.F. Morton, L.H. Page, William Porter, George F. Swayer, Charles Whitney, Edward Whitcomb and Francis M. Woodruff; Pleasant Hill -- W.B. Smith and W.L. Turner; Western -- James McCreede. JEFFERSON: Fairbury -- C.C. Boyle, H. Clapp, H.D. Clark, George Cross, Mason Cregg, Col. Thomas Harbine, J.D. Hubble, James Ireland, D.C. Jenkins, Emil Lange, G.S. Merritt, H.D. Merrill, Benjamin L. Purdy, Seller Inventory # 000643

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The Cheneyville Riflemen were a Confederate group made up primarily from young men who were members of planter s families along Bayou Bouef and Bayou Rapides in Rapides and Avoyelles Parishes. Some men were added to their units from New Orleans and they became part of the famous Louisiana Tigers who fought so bravely in the Civi War. Patrick Keary, whose later wife was President Jefferson Davis s niece, recruited the original group of volunteers. The Cheneyville Riflemen were presented with homemade flags of their unit by the ladies of the town. The men left Cheneyville for Camp Moore at Tanghipahoa in the summer of 1861. There, more recruits were added from New Orleans and the Cheneville Rifles were commissioned as part of the 8th Louisiana Infantry and were designated as Company H. The Cheneyville Rifles left for the war front within days, and spent the next four years the Virginia Theatre. These brave central Louisiana men participated in dozens of battles, including Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg, and Appomattox. Roster: Captain Patrick Keary of Cheneyville John Mortimer Burges of Holmesville - 1st Lt William H. Oliver of Evergreen- 2nd Lt John R. Murphy - Jr. 2nd Lt Samuel Henry Robert - 1st Sergeant Richard H. Glaze of Holmesville- 2nd Sgt Frank R. Johnson - 3rd Sgt Dr. Samuel Flower Meeker of LeCompte - 4th Sgt Oliver H. Perry - 5th Sergeant Mitchell Neal - 1st Corporal Baillio, Albert Gallatin Phelps of Mansura - 2nd Cpl. Isaac Christian Johnson of Evergreen- 3rd Corporal Robert Crawford - 4th Corporal Berwick, David Bond, Peter Booker, James Booker, William Boudro, Joseph Bradford, Franklin Bradley, John J. Breen, William Brennon, Charles Briely, Edward C. Brosnan, Patrick Burges, Benjamin B. Calligan, Louis Campbell, John Carpenter, Alexander Chaffin, John R. Chaffin, Winburn L. Charrier, Augustin Cheney, Thomas Chitty, Allen H. Christ, George Clark, James W. Clark, Leonard Clark, William J. Clouner, Henry Connolly, Patrick Connor, John Crenshaw, Archimedes Crowell, John Daily, Ephraim Days, James Derosier, Samuel S. Devereaux, Thomas Dial, Matthew Dunn, Patrick D. Duvall, William Emmett Edlin, Samuel Edwards, William E. Flynn, Robert Foreman, Elisha Forman, William Fraser, Alexander Frederick, Mathias Furlong, Thomas Galloway, John R. Gardner, Thomas Gaspard, Genois Glass, Samuel P. Glover, James Gohmert, Adolphe Goodman, James M. Goodman, Stephen A. Goodson, George W. Graham, Patrick A. Graham, Richard Graham, Theophile Hanly, Mortimer B. Harman, P. Harrison, Flatus B. Hebert, Francis Heffran, James Hickman, Lewis Hicks, Louis David Hodge, Jesse T. Holland, Patrick Irving, David Juneau, Adrian Jones, John Kanna, H. M. Kennedy, John Kennedy, Patrick Lawrence, John Lewis, James D. Loftus, Andrew Vousdan Loftus, Patrick Johnson Londeneaux, John Long, Thomas McDaniel, Charles McDonald, John McGinnis, Martin McGuire, Henry McMann, Thomas McQuaid, James Many, Edward Meehan, Cornelius J. Mayeux, Zenon Zelian Morris, John H. Murphy, Frank V. Murphy, Thomas S. Newell, Andrew Newell, Thomas Newton, Thomas D. Nichols, John F. Norris, Charles H. Nugent, Edward O Neal, Henry M. O Neal William Warren Orton, James Parham, William H. Parker, Thomas J. Payne, Richard Pendergrast, Thomas Perkins, James Samuel Porter, William W. Reagan, J. R. Riggs, John M. Ringgold, William Hickman Robert, Edward J. Rutledge, Joseph R. Simpson, Jesse T. Singleton, Francis Marion Slattery, Peter Smith, R. H. Smith, W. Snoddy, Joshua Sutherland, Silas Swann, Benjamin R. Swearingen, John Townsend, Francis Vernon, John E. Wade, Richard Wall, John H. Wall, John M. Wall, Samuel B. Warman, Peter Watts, Charles J. Webber, Patrick White, Robert M. Wilson, Robert Williams, Augustus E. Wilson, John Workman, J. Workman, William Edward Zolchan, James (Biloxi Indian). Seller Inventory # APC9781497442337

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Polk County and McMinn County in East Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1887 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 54-page booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The county seats are: Benton in Polk County and Athens in McMinn County. The first part of the booklet concerns the history of: Polk County --Geography ; Early settlers -- William Biggs, Abraham Lillard, Nelson Lawson, Thomas Jones. R.W. McClary, Erby Boyd, John Taylor, Travis Rodgers, William Higgins, Michael Hilderbrand, A.R. Stephenson, and others; Early businesses; Ocoee Academy; the first church; Columbus and Benton; Copper; Organization of the county; Early officials; the Circuit Court; Early Lawyers, etc.; and McMinn County -- Geography; Organization of the county; Early Courts; the town of Calhoun and its early settlers; Athens, the seat of justice; Newspapers; the first church in Athens; Forest Hill Academy; the villages of Riceville and Mouse Creek, etc. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Polk County -- Thomas J. Boyd, Simeon E. Browder, Joseph Madison Copeland, Dr. Warren J. Copeland, Napoleon B. Dunn, George W. Fetzer, Dr. Robert N. Fleming, William M. Gamble, Dr. John C.C. Garner, William W. Howard, Joel P. Johnson, W.S. Kimbrough, Amos Ladd, Francis M. Luttrell, Isaac Nicholson, William A. Prince Sr., and Jesse Rymer; McMinn County -- Samuel P. Blair, I.H. Bond, James M. Charles, Daniel F. Clark, P.W. Cooper, B.M. Cooper, John C. Cote, Dr. Ezckiel Daniel, Mark Dennis, Isaac Denton, William Dixon, W.C. Dodson, Major John C. Duff, George W. Foster, T.F. Gibson, Peter J. Grubb, William L. Harbison, James M. Henderson, Dr. Wallace N. Hoge, James Howard Hood, William F. Hudson, Zachary T. John, James T. Johnson, Joseph H. Justice, William Lasater, James H. Lowery, J. H. Lusk, Benjamin F. Martin, Frank B. McElwee, J.M. McKamy, Dr. James Oliphant, James A. Owens, William T. Owens, A.F. Rogers, Joseph C. Rucker, William N. Russell, Elder James S. Russell, John W.A. Sanford, George L. Saulpaw, Dr. Elbert S. Shipley, Joseph H. Smith, John Q. Strange, Dr. James P. Thompson, M.P. Thompson, James D. Williams, William P. Willson, James A. Womac, and Samuel Workman. Brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, are included. The WPA portion mentions the Cleage Home in Sweetwater, Tennessee Wesleyan College in Athens, the town of Charleston where the Cherokee Indian "Great Removal" began, Chief Jack Walker, the blockhouse at Benton, Tennga on the Georgia border, Ducktown, Ocoee Dam at Parksville, etc. The booklet also includes a section entitled "Gatewood Raid through Polk County" taken from the appendix of History of the Rebellion in Bradley County, East Tennessee written by J.S. Hurlburt in 1866. This concerns the 1864 raid made by the Rebel guerrilla John P. Gatewood primarily through Polk County, in which a number of Yankee sympathizers were robbed and murdered. Seller Inventory # 000491

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Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts,Leeds, Thomas Osborne, Duke of, 1631-1712,Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford, 1818-1891,Hothfield, Henry James Tufton, Baron, 1844-1926,Darwin, Francis,LeStrange, Hamon, 1840-1918,Savile, Augustus William, 1829-1887,Macray, William Dunn, 1826-1916,Stevenson, Joseph, 1806-1895,Hewlett, William Oxenham, 1845-1912,Cartwright, James Joel, 1842-1903,Bridgewater Trust,Inner Temple (London, England). Library

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from 1888 edition. Language: eng. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Original Publisher: London : Printed for H.M.S.O. by Eyre and Spottiswoode 394 pages. Seller Inventory # 453674449

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints Millennial Star, Vol. 99: February 11, 1937 Lillian M. Wesson was baptized by Brother Frederick Webb and con firmed by Elder Blaine D. Parkin son. Speakers at Birmingham District union meeting, Saturday, January 3oth, were Elders Karl F. Foster, Francis W. Cox, Brothers Robert L. Dunn, Leslie W. Dunn, and District President Norman Dunn. Follow ing the meeting was a social in honour of Brother Leslie W. Dunn, who is the first local missionary to be called from Birmingham District in 18 years. Hull Grimsby Branch Sunday School held its annual social in Thrift Hall, Saturday, January 23, under the direction of Sisters Dora Reynolds; Mavis A. Oxley, and Ena Walker. A; programme with games and refreshments was enjoyed by all. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780259847694

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About this Item: Forgotten Books. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 24 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.1in.Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints Millennial Star, Vol. 99: February 11, 1937Lillian M. Wesson was baptized by Brother Frederick Webb and con firmed by Elder Blaine D. Parkin son. Speakers at Birmingham District union meeting, Saturday, January 3oth, were Elders Karl F. Foster, Francis W. Cox, Brothers Robert L. Dunn, Leslie W. Dunn, and District President Norman Dunn. Follow ing the meeting was a social in honour of Brother Leslie W. Dunn, who is the first local missionary to be called from Birmingham District in 18 years. Hull Grimsby Branch Sunday School held its annual social in Thrift Hall, Saturday, January 23, under the direction of Sisters Dora Reynolds; Mavis A. Oxley, and Ena Walker. A; programme with games and refreshments was enjoyed by all. About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www. forgottenbooks. comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780259847694

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Lawrence County, TN, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet of excerpts compiled from the 1887 book: History of Tennessee originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 62-page booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first 14 pages of the booklet are devoted to the history of the county. Included are a physical description of the county, names of settlers who came before 1818; later settlers; Davy Crockett, a noted hunter and justice in the county; early businesses; creation of the county; justices; first courthouse; jails - one open-air, one with dungeons--; the poor farm; the Columbia, Lawrenceburg and Florence Railroad; first juries; court officials; early court cases; county court clerks, masonic lodge, first newspaper, soldiers in the Mexican War; Civil War -- the Third Tennessee, reorganized as the 32nd Tennessee (Confederate Army); Schools and Churches, etc. Lawrenceburg is the county seat. Other communities mentioned include West Point (formerly Blountsville), Henryville, Loretto, and St. Joseph. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: James M. Alford, Demosthenes Buchanan, William M. Busby, Hugh A. Campbell, Francis M. Cannon, Matthew F. Carrell, T.J. Choate, William C. Cocke, Fred W. Cornell, John A. Couch, James Craig, Jonas Crews, Capt. Thomas D. Deavenport, Alexander T. Dobbins, Thomas Dunn, William H. Dustin, J.W. Fleeman, Daniel M. Foster, James W. Garrett, James M. Gilmore, John A. Hagan, William F. Hail, George W. Hammonds, Eli F. Hannah, Charles J. Herrin, Daniel G. Harrison, Dr. Robert H. Harvey, Isham O. Harvey, John H. Harvey, Dr. Snowden B. Herbert, Young M. Hudson, Simon Isaacs, William W. Johnson, Josephus S. Johnson, Columbus M. Joiner, John B. Kennedy, Allen H. Kidd, William K. Lackey, David C. Legg, James W. Locke, James M. Lumpkin, William G. Lumpkin, Dr. Ephraim McClain, Dr. H.D. McClure, James H. McKey, John C. McLaren, R.L. McLaren, John L. McLean, Thomas H. Meredith, George H. Mester, James M. Metcalf, Dr. Wiley W. Neal, William T. Nixon, Ira North Jr., Joshua B. Parker, William A. Pierce, Aaron A. Pierce, M.M. Powell, Dr. J.B. Powell, William J. Price, David T. Quarles, Judge Robert H. Rose, Alfred H. Rose, John Schade Jr., William R. Sexton, John B. Simms, William Smith, William R. Smith, Henry B. Sowell, Aaron F. Springer, William A. Stewart, Col. James L. Stribling, William H. Sykes, John C. Tarple, Darling M. Tidwell, T.K. True, Theodore D. Vaughn, Dr. John W. Welch, George K. Welch and Dr. Augustus J. White. Seller Inventory # 000462

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. NEW 64 Page Booklet. Early days in Scott County, MN, including the present and/or past communities of Belle Plaine, Blakely, Brentwood, Cedar Lake, Credit River, Elko, Eagle Creek, Glendale, Helena, Jordan, Little Rapids, Louisville, Marystown, Merriam, New Market (formerly Jackson), New Prague (part), Prior Lake, Sand Creek (formerly Douglass), St. Lawrence, Savage, and Shakopee, and Spring Lake are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this spiral bound booklet reprinted from a rare 1882 book: History of the Minnesota Valley, by the Rev. Edward D. Neill. The booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: officers of the county in 1853 and 1881; Thomas Holmes, Daniel Apgar, Martin Byrnes, H.H. Spencer, Thomas O'Donnell, Michael Flynn, W. H. Calkins, and other early settlers; Early Indian missionaries, teachers and traders; Towns settled before farms; Natural features; Early trails; Shooting of a white woman by an Indian and other early murders; first birth, death, wedding, divorce; Departure of the Sioux tribe from the valley; "Old Jenks"; first ferry, first newspaper, first public buildings, first school, first teacher, first church; Indictment for giving whiskey to Indians; Early attorneys; "Rascals" in public office; Railroads; Manufactures, Banks, Mills and other businesses; Societies; Schools; Churches; the drugging of Little Six and Medicine Bottle; Battle between the Chippewas and Dakotas; Claim jumping and boundary disputes; Belle Plaine and the Crisis of 1857Two-fisted debt collecting; the Diary of D. M. Storer; an Indian haircut; the rise and fall of Louisville; Civil War Record of the county, and other interesting bits of history and trivia. An extensive list of Civil War soldiers from Scott County is included. Here's a sample: First Infantry. Company A.-- Corporal -- R.W. Freer, must. Aprl. 29, '61, trans to U.S. cav. Oct. 23, 62. Privates -- G.B. Clark, must. May 17, '61, pro. corp., re-en. in 1st Minn. Bat. Int'y.; C.F. Clark, must, May 28, '61, killed July 21, '61 in battle of Bull Run. The booklet includes brief biographies on: (alphabetized by first letter only) Samuel Apgar, Arthur Armstrong, Peter Atwood, John Brinker, Edward P. Berry, Joseph Baltes, Peter J. Balts, William H. Baier, W. B. Bandy, William O. Bolton, Albert Beer, Peter L. Becker, Francis Bliss, J.B. Bass, Fr. Baumhoefer, Francis Beisang, Charles Bornarth, Luther M. Brown, Christian E. Busse, John Berrisford, Henry F. Bauer, Andrew J. Bliss, Benjamin Bliss, Stephen Barnett, Enos Bragg, Johnson Bragg, Philip Corbel, Edmund Coghlan, W. H. Calkins, E. G. Covington, Johan B. Conter, Homer L. Campbell, Jacob J. Diestler, Dr. James H. Dunn, I.N. Dean, Gotleib Ernsting, John Edert, Dr. Carl Augustus Entrup, P.A. Freer, Edwin Foss, James Foss, Franklin Frankland, John L. Gannon, Christian Gran, Frank Gifford, George Gardner, George William Gellenbeck, M.A. Galvin, M. Gates, Patrick Griffin, B. Guenther, Henry F. Gross, Genry Gutenberg, Wm. E. Grinnell, Frank N. Hagar, Joseph Hovorka, Rufus F. Hatfield, W. Heidenreich, Frances Xavier Hirscher, Casper Hilgers, Gerhard Hilgers, J.B. Husmann, William Henry, Lewis R. Hawkins, John Holleran, Frank Hohmann, Lewis R. Hawkins, John Holleran and Mathew Hauer, S. Hoff, David Lennox How, William L. Johnson, F. W. Juergens, Peter Jackson, D.A. Kelly, David Kinghorn, John Kodylek, John Kauth, Anton Koerner, Joseph Kehrer, John Henry Joseph Klinkhammer, Henry C. Koerner, Thomas Knott, John Laurens, Henry Luders, Dr. Lening, John Latzhe, August Logefeil, Charles Lord, Samuel Lord, Frank J. Lord, Isaac Lincoln, F. C. Mather, Frank McGrade, Michael K. Marrinan, A. McDermid, Frank McKnight, S.B. Morse, Dr. R. G. Moloney, A. B. McMindes, William Moore, Nathan McMullan, Robert Myers, Frank Matchett, John Mahoney, Joseph Maert. Seller Inventory # 000448

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 1992. gebundene Ausgabe. Condition: Gut. 245 Seiten Der Erhaltungszustand des hier angebotenen Werks ist trotz seiner Bibliotheksnutzung sehr sauber. Es befindet sich lediglich ein Bibliotheksstempel im Buch; ordnungsgemäß entwidmet. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 450. Seller Inventory # 1370748

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L. T. Ashcraft , Gordon Maxwell Christine, H. N. Avery , James Wilkinson Clapp , Gaylord Dewitt Beebe , William B. Clarke , Daniel W. Clausen, B . F. Betts, J. W . Clemmer, Hamilton Fisk Biggar, Walter Yeomans Cowl, E. A. de Cailhol, Edward Cranch , Shadrach M. Cate , Alvin Matthew Cushing , Jabez Philander Dake , Francis E. Doughty , Harvey Dale , Cornelius S . Eldridge, Martin Deschere, William Davis Foster, Pemberton Dudley, Edward Carroll Franklin, Wesley A . Dunn, S. G. Godshall , Edward S. Grigsby , Thomas E. Enloe , William Tod Helmuth , Adolphus Felliger , Bernhard Fincke , Edward Payson Fowler , W. N. Griswold

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from 1898 edition. Volume: 1 Language: English. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Original Publisher: s.n. 439 pages Volume: 1. Seller Inventory # 451922966

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints Millennial Star, Vol. 99: February 11, 1937 Lillian M. Wesson was baptized by Brother Frederick Webb and con firmed by Elder Blaine D. Parkin son. Speakers at Birmingham District union meeting, Saturday, January 3oth, were Elders Karl F. Foster, Francis W. Cox, Brothers Robert L. Dunn, Leslie W. Dunn, and District President Norman Dunn. Follow ing the meeting was a social in honour of Brother Leslie W. Dunn, who is the first local missionary to be called from Birmingham District in 18 years. Hull Grimsby Branch Sunday School held its annual social in Thrift Hall, Saturday, January 23, under the direction of Sisters Dora Reynolds; Mavis A. Oxley, and Ena Walker. A; programme with games and refreshments was enjoyed by all. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780259847694

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Chaplain Robert Howard Bole

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About this Item: Page Publishing, Inc., United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I knew by the title and the writer I would enjoy Live Until You Die. What I was not prepared for wasI read the book in two sittings. I could not put it down. There truly is something for all ages and interest. As you read this book you will think of dozens of people you want to share it with. Bewareit may challenge some of your current thinking. I plan to use some of Bob s material when I teach home-care workers. It personally hit me from all directionsnurse, wife of a person with Alzheimer s, mother, grandmother, and most of all as a Christian helping my struggling family with the ups and downs of life on this earth. Live until You Die will remind all readers of God s love for us and give us inspiration to truly LIVE our lives in the present, being aware of all that is around us. Brenda Dunn, RN, BSN, founder and CEO of hospice of Montezuma, CO, and Family Life Care in Florida and Colorado. Chaplain Robert Howard Bole uses many of his experiences as illustrations in his book to help us to better understand that we should take time to consider how to live better lives and to get the best out of life. He has the ability to speak people s language clearly and with a depth of sensitivity. It offers hope and answers for persons who are just going through the motions as they live from day to day to change their attitudes and habits and enjoy life while they are alive. It can provide practical help for persons who have really forgotten how to live and enjoy life. This book is a significant work that is written in a balanced and sensitive way. I highly recommend it. -Francis Yorke, PhD (candidate), Deputy Director Jamaica School of Preaching and Biblical Studies, Kingston, Jamaica. Once again I am amazed with Dr. Bole s style of teaching as he succinctly helps us make sense of how to live and draw purpose from life, even into our seventies, eighties, and well beyond. His book, Live Until You Die, is peppered with lyrics from popular songs over the past several decades as well as philosophical phrases from timeless writers. His sense of humor comes through as he motivates and inspires us through his countless stories and allegories. I was very fortunate to have him as my professor through the American Christian Bible College where I earned a degree in Christian Counseling. His courses helped equip me to counsel and instruct troubled youth at a Youth Challenge Academy for twelve years, and become an advocate for children. The information I have gleaned about the brain will help me in my present position in the health-food industry where my customers are always seeking help with keeping their brains functioning well. I also care for my elderly mother and have already started to implement some of the recommendations outlined in the book. Rhoda Fountain, retired Postmaster, counselor, and health food rep, Middleburg, Florida Bob shows us how to live in wholeness by taking care of our brain, body, and soul. There is a lot of practical advice in the book about taking care of ourselves that we need to be reminded of on a regular basis. Bob weaves his life experiences of living in the human laboratories of foreign lands and clinical situations with grieving people to give us a glimpse of what a fulfilling, long life could be. Bob has modeled his book with his own life that shows us that age does not limit us from having a vibrant ministry and life. After losing my mother to Alzheimer s disease, it s refreshing to see a book that encourages us to exercise our mind along with our body. Ministers and lay people, regardless of their length of ministry, can increase their impact on their world by utilizing the advice in Bob s book. Brent Beaird, M.Div., hospice chaplain for geriatric patients for over twenty years. Seller Inventory # AAV9781635685466

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Dunn, Francis M.

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from edition. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Seller Inventory # 151646131

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Bradley and Calhoun Counties, AR, are recalled in this brand new 87-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of each county: Natural Resources, Location, Soil and Products, Geology, Timber, County Organizations, County officials, Early settlers, Early businesses, Murders and other criminal cases, , Lynchings, Railroads, Hampton, Warren Summerville, Chambersville, Little Bay, Farresses Landing, Locust Bayou, and other communites, Courts, Lawyers, the Civil War period, Schools, Churches, Secret Societies, and Newspapers, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Calhoun County -- D. Walter Bass, A.J. Biggers, Dr. Thomas A. Black, H.C. Black, Dr. William Francis Brandon, Jacob Bull, Martin P. Calaway, George Baker Chambers, Eli Cornish, William Jasper Craven, Daniel West Dawson, Robert Dedman, George Ware Dickinson, William Dunn, James Dunn, Joseph Dunn Sr., J.I. Earnest, W.A. Ford, James Gray, John Grubbs, Anthony Halloway, E.A. Hanna, R.G. Harper, Sarah Hernsberger, Squire William Hines, L.J. Hollis, J.W. Hollis, William James, Dr. W.B. Jones, H.M. Lucus, J.B. McCoy, James McKay, John Marks, William Miears, L.L. Moses, Abram Nettles, John Newton, Thomas Polk Oliver, G.W. Oliver, Samuel Owens, James Houston Preacher, W.R. Pearson, Hugh Pickett, John Calvin Pierce, John Plunkett, Dr. J.B. Ponder, J.A. Primm, James Raiford, Dr. Freeman Remley, John Ritchie, Dr. J.C.N. Robertson, J.H. Rowland, Robert Russell, G.T. Sikes, Stanley Stroud, George Henry Thompson, Col. T.A. Thornton, J.T.O. Tibbits, D.H. Tobin, A.J. Tomlinson, Huphrey Tomlinson, W.A. Thomlinson, J.B. Wood, B.H. Wood, John Wright, John Yeager, and John York; Bradley County -- J.A. Abernathy, Thomas Bailey, D.H. Balfour, W.T. Barry, John Beasley, Hugh Bradley, W.B. Brooks, John Broughton, Christopher Columbus Childs, John Ederington Childs, Dr. S.M. Davis, H.M. Ederington, John Ederington, Robert Charles Ederington, James Lafayette Ederington, James Henry Evans, Jonathan Ferrell, William Boneparte Fike, Dr. C.C. Gannaway, Solomon Gardner, M.B. Garison, Peter Garison, James Harvey Gill, Samuel Godfrey, John Louis Hairston, John Newton Hamilton, Charles Herring, W.J. Hickman, John Howard, Charles Leonidas hoyle, Dr. David Jackson, James Jolly, Major A.C. Jones, Peter Moseley, Daniel McClain, John Diarmied McLeod, William Wallace Maroney, Dr. J.W. Martin, J.R.S. Meek, James Franklin Neely, J.W. Pierce, Rev. T.I. Pirtle, Silas James Pope, R.F. Powers, Thomas Quimby, Wiley Rucker, J.A. Simpson, James Singer, John Scobey, David Sutton, James Thornton, A.A. Turner, Samuel Turner, A.B. Turner, H.B. Van Valkenburgh, William Veazey, W.R. Watson, W.H. Wheeler, S.W. Wheless, James Whiteside, Daniel Wilfong, Charles Williams, T.J. Word, and Nelson York. The WPA section gives a bit of history along with points of interest and a map of southern Arkansas. Seller Inventory # 000786

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Chaplain Robert Howard Bole

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About this Item: Page Publishing, Inc., United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I knew by the title and the writer I would enjoy Live Until You Die. What I was not prepared for wasI read the book in two sittings. I could not put it down. There truly is something for all ages and interest. As you read this book you will think of dozens of people you want to share it with. Bewareit may challenge some of your current thinking. I plan to use some of Bob s material when I teach home-care workers. It personally hit me from all directionsnurse, wife of a person with Alzheimer s, mother, grandmother, and most of all as a Christian helping my struggling family with the ups and downs of life on this earth. Live until You Die will remind all readers of God s love for us and give us inspiration to truly LIVE our lives in the present, being aware of all that is around us. Brenda Dunn, RN, BSN, founder and CEO of hospice of Montezuma, CO, and Family Life Care in Florida and Colorado. Chaplain Robert Howard Bole uses many of his experiences as illustrations in his book to help us to better understand that we should take time to consider how to live better lives and to get the best out of life. He has the ability to speak people s language clearly and with a depth of sensitivity. It offers hope and answers for persons who are just going through the motions as they live from day to day to change their attitudes and habits and enjoy life while they are alive. It can provide practical help for persons who have really forgotten how to live and enjoy life. This book is a significant work that is written in a balanced and sensitive way. I highly recommend it. -Francis Yorke, PhD (candidate), Deputy Director Jamaica School of Preaching and Biblical Studies, Kingston, Jamaica. Once again I am amazed with Dr. Bole s style of teaching as he succinctly helps us make sense of how to live and draw purpose from life, even into our seventies, eighties, and well beyond. His book, Live Until You Die, is peppered with lyrics from popular songs over the past several decades as well as philosophical phrases from timeless writers. His sense of humor comes through as he motivates and inspires us through his countless stories and allegories. I was very fortunate to have him as my professor through the American Christian Bible College where I earned a degree in Christian Counseling. His courses helped equip me to counsel and instruct troubled youth at a Youth Challenge Academy for twelve years, and become an advocate for children. The information I have gleaned about the brain will help me in my present position in the health-food industry where my customers are always seeking help with keeping their brains functioning well. I also care for my elderly mother and have already started to implement some of the recommendations outlined in the book. Rhoda Fountain, retired Postmaster, counselor, and health food rep, Middleburg, Florida Bob shows us how to live in wholeness by taking care of our brain, body, and soul. There is a lot of practical advice in the book about taking care of ourselves that we need to be reminded of on a regular basis. Bob weaves his life experiences of living in the human laboratories of foreign lands and clinical situations with grieving people to give us a glimpse of what a fulfilling, long life could be. Bob has modeled his book with his own life that shows us that age does not limit us from having a vibrant ministry and life. After losing my mother to Alzheimer s disease, it s refreshing to see a book that encourages us to exercise our mind along with our body. Ministers and lay people, regardless of their length of ministry, can increase their impact on their world by utilizing the advice in Bob s book. Brent Beaird, M.Div., hospice chaplain for geriatric patients for over twenty years. Seller Inventory # AAV9781635685466

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. New 195 Page Booklet. Early days in Hancock County, IN, are recalled through the biographies of numerous early residents in this booklet, comprised of excerpts from the rare 1895 book: The Pioneer compiled by Samuel Harden, and Indiana, a Guide to the Hoosier State, a 1941 WPA publication. The spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 5 1/2" and is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Past and present communities in this southwest Indiana county include: Blue River Township, Brandywine Township, Brown Township, Buck Creek Township, Center Township, Charlottesville, Cumberland (part), Finly, Fortville, Green Township, Greenfield (County Seat), Jackson Township, Maxwell, McCordsville, New Palestine, Shirley (part), Spring Lake, Sugar Creek Township, Vernon Township, Wilkinson, and Willow Branch. (Some may not be mentioned in the booklet.) This booklet is a goldmine of information for genealogy seekers, as it is filled with biographies of persons who lived in the county in the 1890s, often giving the names of parents, spouse, in-laws, children, siblings, etc., as well as military service, politics, residence and occupation. The bios include Wesley Williams Sr., Joseph Wright, Henry Wilson, John Forgey, John Service, Ila Steele, Obediah Harvey, Abner Smith, John Crist, John Addison, Edward Barrett, Juda Babcock, George Parker, James Braddock, David Caudell, Matthew Johns, Andrew Fink, Benjamin Elliott, John White, John Q. White, William Milburn, Edward Scott, Alfred Potts, Benjamin Wilson, Casper Herr, Ira Collins, Joseph Leakey, Oliver Collins, Wm. Collins, Benton Barrett, Aquilla Grist, Wesley Catt, Wm. Collins Sr., Andrew Yetter, Wm. Hayes, John Murphy, Joel Manning, Elias McCord, John White, John Jackson Sr., Jesse Collins, Robert Collins, F. M. Johnson, Wm. Garriott, Wellington Collyer, Henry Gipe, Dr. Wm. Justice, John Justice, Joel Cook Family, Benjamin Cook, Stephen Jackson, John Heim, Wm. Scotton, Wm. Caldwell, Wm. Dunn, Joseph Clayton, H.C. Johnson, the Braddock family, Wm. Potts, the Meek family, James Thomas, David Thomas, John Green, Wm. Watts, Joshua Lynam, John Collins, Thomas Williams, Daniel Lee, John Cummins, David Huston, Peter Blake, Milton Masters, Elijah Cooper, Seth Walker, John Culp, Adam Brown, John Quinlin, S.A. Troy, Jordan Lacey, B.W. Cooper, the Mingle family, the Mints brothers, S. B. McCrillus, Al Brandenburg, Charles Pratt, E.M. Riggs, John Barner, R. D. Hanna, Charles Titus, Miles Walker, the Seward family, J. Parks McCord, J. Crouch Kennedy, Washington Sparks, George Scott, John Wales, Charles Offutt, Francis Sanford, Josephus Bills, Joshua Shelby, Wm. Mitchell, Robert Barnard, James Larrimore, Milton Addison, Wm. Pauley, Franklin Bridges, J. K. Henby, Nelson Bradley, Morgan Chandler, the Curry family, John Binford, T. H. Kuhn, Tremillius Jackson, W. R. Jones, Charles Downing, and David Gooding. Besides the biographies, there are three sections of names: a long list of past residents the author recalls, just about anyone connected with pre-1895 Hancock Lodge #101 F. and A.M., and finally early residents who are "Gone but Not Forgotten." The history of the county is found in bits and pieces within the biographies. In the brief WPA section the county's early claims to fame are noted: Greenfield is the birthplace of the poet James Whitcomb Riley and Joseph Chapman, a Greenfield politician, was influential in the presidential campaign of 1840. Seller Inventory # 000042

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2017. 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. Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints Millennial Star, Vol. 99: February 11, 1937 Lillian M. Wesson was baptized by Brother Frederick Webb and con firmed by Elder Blaine D. Parkin son. Speakers at Birmingham District union meeting, Saturday, January 3oth, were Elders Karl F. Foster, Francis W. Cox, Brothers Robert L. Dunn, Leslie W. Dunn, and District President Norman Dunn. Follow ing the meeting was a social in honour of Brother Leslie W. Dunn, who is the first local missionary to be called from Birmingham District in 18 years. Hull Grimsby Branch Sunday School held its annual social in Thrift Hall, Saturday, January 23, under the direction of Sisters Dora Reynolds; Mavis A. Oxley, and Ena Walker. A; programme with games and refreshments was enjoyed by all. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780259847694

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Chaplain Robert Howard Bole

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About this Item: Page Publishing, Inc. Paperback. Condition: New. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.I knew by the title and the writer I would enjoy Live Until You Die. What I was not prepared for wasI read the book in two sittings. I could not put it down. There truly is something for all ages and interest. As you read this book you will think of dozens of people you want to share it with. Bewareit may challenge some of your current thinking. I plan to use some of Bobs material when I teach home-care workers. It personally hit me from all directionsnurse, wife of a person with Alzheimers, mother, grandmother, and most of all as a Christian helping my struggling family with the ups and downs of life on this earth. Live until You Die will remind all readers of Gods love for us and give us inspiration to truly LIVE our lives in the present, being aware of all that is around us. Brenda Dunn, RN, BSN, founder and CEO of hospice of Montezuma, CO, and Family Life Care in Florida and Colorado. Chaplain Robert Howard Bole uses many of his experiences as illustrations in his book to help us to better understand that we should take time to consider how to live better lives and to get the best out of life. He has the ability to speak peoples language clearly and with a depth of sensitivity. It offers hope and answers for persons who are just going through the motions as they live from day to day to change their attitudes and habits and enjoy life while they are alive. It can provide practical help for persons who have really forgotten how to live and enjoy life. This book is a significant work that is written in a balanced and sensitive way. I highly recommend it. -Francis Yorke, PhD (candidate), Deputy Director Jamaica School of Preaching and Biblical Studies, Kingston, Jamaica. Once again I am amazed with Dr. Boles style of teaching as he succinctly helps us make sense of how to live and draw purpose from life, even into our seventies, eighties, and well beyond. His book, Live Until You Die, is peppered with lyrics from popular songs over the past several decades as well as philosophical phrases from timeless writers. His sense of humor comes through as he motivates and inspires us through his countless stories and allegories. I was very fortunate to have him as my professor through the American Christian Bible College where I earned a degree in Christian Counseling. His courses helped equip me to counsel and instruct troubled youth at a Youth Challenge Academy for twelve years, and become an advocate for children. The information I have gleaned about the brain will help me in my present position in the health-food industry where my customers are always seeking help with keeping their brains functioning well. I also care for my elderly mother and have already started to implement some of the recommendations outlined in the book. Rhoda Fountain, retired Postmaster, counselor, and health food rep, Middleburg, Florida Bob shows us how to live in wholeness by taking care of our brain, body, and soul. There is a lot of practical advice in the book about taking care of ourselves that we need to be reminded of on a regular basis. Bob weaves his life experiences of living in the human laboratories of foreign lands and clinical situations with grieving people to give us a glimpse of what a fulfilling, long life could be. Bob has modeled his book with his own life that shows us that age does not limit us from having a vibrant ministry and life. After losing my mother to Alzheimers disease, its refreshing to see a book that encourages us to exercise our mind along with our body. Ministers and lay people, regardless of their length of ministry, can increase their impact on their world by utilizing the advice in Bobs book. Brent Beaird, M. Div. , hospice chaplain for geriatric patients for over twenty years This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781635685466

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Howard and Pike Counties, AR, are recalled in this brand new 111-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopi on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of each county: Natural Resources, Location, Soil and Products, Waterways, Geology, Timber, County Organizations, County officials, Early settlers, Early businesses, Secret Societies, A Negro uprising in 1883 in which several persons were killed; Several other instances of murder, hanging, escape, jail burning, mob violence, etc.; the Civil War period, Schools, Churches, Secret Societies, and Newspapers, Nashville, the county seat of Howard County, Centre Point (former county seat), Mineral Springs, Greenville and Saratoga; Murfreesboro , the county seat of Pike county, Royston, Stellville, Nathan Village, Rock Creek, New Hope, etc.; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Howard County -- Barnwell Anderson, H.N. Baker, James Barefield, Judge John Bell (picture), John Bishop, W.H. Briggs, S.R. Briggs, James Burgess, John Cheatham, George Clark, Mrs. Maria Click, Robert Click, John Nelson Collins, George Copeland, Dr. J.S. Corn, John Coulter, Capt. D.C. Cowling, Joe T. Cowling, W.K. Cowling, Dr. William Dickinson, John Dillard, Stephen Downs, Dr. Thomas Jefferson Draper, Henry Epperson, George Faulkner, William Feazel, Jackson Forgy, Wade Forgy, Asa Forgy, Walter Fricks, Turner Fricks, John Fricks, Brasos Gilbert, Pleasant Gillean, H.S. Goodlett, Iverson Goodwin, Joseph Gosnell, Lewis Graves, G.G. Graves, Henry Green, Daniel Grounds, Dr. N.C. Hancock, John Hester, John Hill, James Hill, Flavius Holt, E.E. Hudspeth, John Hughes, W.R. Hughes, Col. Augustus Hutchison, Dr. D.A. Hutchinson, James Hutchinson, James Jackson, Dr. Thomas Jacques, Rev. A.D. Jenkins, James Johnson, Thomas Jones, Samuel Kelley, Thomas Kennedy, James Lane, William Latimer, W.J. Lee, W.D. Lee, Nathan Levi, G.V. Littlefield, John Littlefield, Henry Logan, J.T. Logan, T.J. McClendon, Dr. A.M. McCrary, George Martindale, James Millwee, T.M. Moncrief, Rufus Morgan, R.D. Neal, James Norwood, Franklin Parker, R.H. Parker, Thomas Parrish, Benton Pate, James Pinkerton, Lewis Poe, Oscar Pope, James Price, John Props, George Rector, Jesse Rector, Samuel Reeder, William Reese, S.B. Reese, J.J. Roberson, William Rodgers, Gen. Robert Glenn Shaver, James Shaver, Fountain Shepherd, Franklin Smith, John Somervell, John Spates, Francis Stone, Henry Sutton, W.C. Sypert (picture), Thomas Toland, Daniel Tollett, William Turner, Daniel Turrentine, John Van Dyck, James Wallace, Mack Watkins, Frederick Watson, Hardy Westbrook, William Whitmore, Emanuel Williams, D.D. Womack, J.G.W. Yowell, and James Yowell; Pike County -- Dr. William Alford, P.H. Baker, Joel Barnes, William Beene, D.S.P. Black, Alonzo Madison Bowen, George Brock, Moses Brock, William Buckner, J.O.A. Bush, Henry Carter, Benjamin Clement, Joel Conway, Isaac Cooley, J.T. Cooper, L.S. Corbell, John Davis, Samuel Dean, James Dunn, R.M. Forester, Allen Gentry, Lee Giles, John Gilleylen, William Gould, James Hamilton, Jonathan Hankins, Abner Henderson, John Hipp, F.P. Hughes, John Kelly, Warren Kelly, William Kizzia, Frank Lee, Tim McBrayer, Judge W.N. McClure, Millard Mauney, A.D. Meeks, John Meeks, Dr. D.J. Oldham, Owen Owens, Augustus Palmer, A.W. Parker, J.D. Pickett, J.T. Pol. Seller Inventory # 000793

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture of the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries Date - 11th December 1981, No. of lots - 277, No. of pages - 213, Illustrated in colour and black & white, , INDEX, Alexander, J. W. 130, Avery, M. 267,270, 273A, Beaux. C. 124, Benton. T. H. 212A, Bierstadt. A. 17, 162. 171, Blakelock. R. A. 116, Blashfield. E. H. 97, Blythe, D. G. 55, Boggs, F. M. 119, 121, Borein, E. 145. 146, 150. 151., Bricher. A. T. 29: 30. 35, 40, 42, Bridgman. F. A. 104, Brown, J. G. 38, Browne, B. 265, 266, Burbank. E. A. 160, Burchfic1d, Charles 247, 249, Burlîuk. D. 259, Bush. N 24, Butler. H. R. 161, Borglum, S., Bradford. W., Cadmus, P, Carlsen. S. E., Casilear. J. W., Cassatt, M, 87, Castellon, F. 269, Cavallon, G. 273, Chadwick. W. 135, Champney, J. W. 96, Chase, W. M. 108A, Coleman, C. C. 98, Colman. S 7, Copley. J. S. 12, Couse, E. 1. 170,172, Craig, C. 155, Cropsey, J. F. 54, Culverhouse, J. M. 15, Curran. C. C. 85.123, 131. 187, Davidson, J., Davis, C. H., Davis, L. M., DeCreeft. J., Deming, E. W., Demuth, C., DuBois, G. P., Dunn, H. T., Durand, A. B., Enneking. J. J., Evergood, P., Farny, H. F., Fiene, E., Francis, J. F., French, D. C., Frieseke, F. C, Frishmuth, H. W, Fuller. G., Gerry. S. L, Gifford, S. R., Glackens, W., Gollings, W. E., Goodman, S., Grant. D, Greenough, R. S., Griffin, W., Groshans. W., Guy, S. J., Hahn, W., Hall. G. H., Hart, 1. M, Hart. W., Hassam, F. C., Heade, M. J., Henri, R., Herzog. H., Hinckley. T. H., Hirsch, J., Hirsh, S., Hoffman, M, Hollister. A. B., Huntington, A. H, lnness, G., Jackson, H., Johnson, F. T., Johnson, E., Kauba. C. 140.141 Obertueffer. G. 128, Kent, R. 173, Kensett, J. F. 26.32 Parrish. M. 255, Keyser. E. W. 73 Pearce, C. S. 101, Knight. C. R. 67 Perry, E. W, 57, Koeniger, W. 126 Philipp. R. 276, Koemer, W. H. D. 174 PicknelL W. L 75, KroH, L 205 Pleissner. O. 256, Kuhn. W. 244 Potter. L 143, Kuniyoshi. Y. 245 Prendergast. M B. 199,203, Lambdin. G. C. 10.48 Ramsey, M. 95, Lawson. E. 200 Ranger, H.W. 76, Lentelli. L 225 Raschen. H. 156, Lismer. A. 136 Reid, R, 190, Lucioni, L 210.254 Remington. F. 149, Luks, G. 198.208 Richards. W. T. 21. 344, Richardt. F. 1, Maclver. L 274, Rockwell, N, 253.257. 258, Macmonnies. F. W. 71, Roesen, S. 20, MacNeil. H. A. 139, Rollins, W. E. 177, Manship. P. H. 227, Roth, F, G. 144, Marin. J, 219, Russell, C. M. 137, Marsh. R. 252, Ryder, A. P. 115, Matulka. J, 217,218.220, Ryder, C. F. 78, Mead, L G. 65, Metcalf. W. L 105. 125 Saint-Gaudens, A. 68, Millar. A. T. 107 Sargent, J. S. 93, 114, 188.202, Miller, H. J. 236 Schoonocer. F. E. 174A, Miller, R. E, 110. 111 Seltzer, O. C. 152. 153. 157, Milles, C. 228.241 Sharp, J. H. 164.165, Mora, F. L 120. 122. 132. Shahn, B. 268, 133. 185 Shattuck, A. D. 43, Moran, E. P. 99 Silva, F. A. 6,51, Moran, T. 39. 154. 158. Sloan, J. 182. 183. 18. 207, 1748.175 Smillie, J. D. 22, Mowbray, H. S. 108 Speicher, E. 209, Murphy, J. F. 77.88.89 Spencer, L M. 31, Stella, J. 20.221, Narjot, E. E, de F. 100, Story, G. H. 56, Story, J. 113, Nichais, H. H. 127 Stout, 1. M, 232, 233, Nordell. C. 129 Sully. T: 11, Norton, W. E. 102 Sword, J. B. 33, Talbot. G. H nO. 231 Wallers. S 23 TarbeU. E. C. 92 Weber. M 214.215 Thayer. A. H 90 Weinrnan. A A 711 Thompson. W 106 VeiL 1. A. 19. 19A Turner. H. M 1.s9 Veir. R. W 4 Twachtman. 1. H ,s6. /(19 Vendt. Whistler, J. A M 112 Vfer. W. 179, Whittredge. T W 41. 45, 59, Wiggins. G 2()6. 211. 2ti1 Vedder. E 63. 64. 103, Wiles, J. R 83 Vickrey. R 260, Williams, W. 238 Vonnoh, R. 212, Wood. G. 213 Vytlacil. V nt Vyant. A. H 44. 46. 53. 54A, Walker. C A 94, Walker W. A 2.3, Walt Disney Productions, 277 Young. M. 237 Weight: 760g. Seller Inventory # 13291

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint Leavenworth. Early days in Jefferson County, IN, are recalled in this booklet of excerpts from the rare 1889 book: Biographical and Historical Souvenir for the Counties of Clark, Crawford, Harrison, Floyd, Jefferson, Jennings, Scott and Washington. The 164-page spiral bound book is 8 1/2 x 11 1/2" and is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Separate booklets for Clark, Harrison, Floyd, Crawford, Jennings, Scott and Washington counties are also available. Some of the topics in the history section are: State and county boundaries; Townships; Physical features, such as Clifty Falls and Cedar Cliff ; History of many early settlers; Oldest house; An Indian Scare; Early roads; Abolitionism; County buildings; Churches; the City of Madison -- history, businesses, newspapers, mills, banks, city council, fire dept., schools; Other towns -- Bryantsburg, Brooksburgh (now Brooksburg), Canaan, Dupont, Deputy, Hanover, Kent, Lancaster, North Madison and Wirt; Hanover College and College Hill. This booklet is a goldmine of information for genealogy seekers, often giving the names of parents, spouse, in-laws, children, siblings, etc., as well as military service, politics, residence, occupation, and more. The bios include both early settlers and residents of the county in the 1880's: Capt. Joseph C. Abbott, Charles W. Allfrey, Capt. John Armstrong, Holly Austin; Samuel Baker, George Barber, William Baxter, James W. Bayless, William H.H. Benefiel. George R. Bolen, Joseph T. Brashear, William P. Brown, E. Buchanan; Dr. Isreal T. Camby, Ira Chambers, Capt. Isaac Chambers, James Chambers, William Chambers, Richard Chapman. James A. Cochran, William Cochran, Cyrus Commisky, J. Randolph Conway, William Cordrey, J. Rodolphus Conway, E.S. Coyle, James Craig, John Crawford; Lewis Davis, William W. Demaree, Thomas Dow, William McKee Dunn, Judge Williamson Dunn, Isaac C. Earhart, Hiram Francisco Sr. & Jr., Thomas J. Francisco; Capt. Rufus Gale, Col. Michael C. Garber, Nicholas Gasaway, Marcus A. Gavitt, Charles H. George, Bruce Gillespie, Green B. Giltner, John W. Gordon, Joseph R. Gorgas, George W. Graston, Rev. Louis Gueguen; Alonzo J. Hall, John F. Hammell, Christopher Harrison, Gov. William Hendricks, William Wallace Hinds, Henry Jackson, Henry Jines, Henry Clay Jones, William Johnson; Edward Kampe, Francis M. Landon, James F.D. Lanier, John W. Linck, Zephaniah Lloyd, Joseph H. Lochard, Charles V. Loring. Jonathan Lyons; Robert Mathews, John Mathis, William H. Matthews, William Matthews, Francis Fresh Mayfield, George T. Mayfield, Burditt Mayfield, James A. McGee, John F. McKay, William E. McLeland, John G. Moore, Robert Morton, John W. Morton. Louis Muth; Ann Parker, Col. J. N. Patton, Col. John Paul, Dr. Benjamin A. Penn, Squire Phillips, John J. Piles, John F. Pommerehn; Dr. James V. Rawlings, Earl T. Rector, Dr. John H. Reynolds, Joseph T. Reynolds, John Richert, John B. Ritchie, Hiram F. Robbins, William Robbins, Edward Roberts, Daniel A. Roberts, Leander M. Robinson, James Robinson, John T. Royce, Jared Ryker (pix); John G. Salisbury, Otis Bartoll Sappington, John W. Scott, Francis M. Schoolcraft, Rev. John Seepe, Michael Sheets. Granville T. Smitha, Christopher Smart, Leonard D. Spann, Elder Robert Stevenson, Robert Stevenson, Marcus B. Sulzer, Robert H. Swan; Jesse B. Thomas, Mark Tilton, Rev. James W. Turner, James Underwood, Capt. Argus D. Vanosdol, Elder Jesse Vawter, Milton S. Vawter; Patrick Wade, John Henry Wagner, William Walch, William Watlington, Dillard D. Whitham, George Whitham, George Widerin, Benjamin B. Williams, Remembrance J. Williams, Mrs. Matilda Willoughby, Thomas Wise, James C. Woods, Robert H. Wood, Dr. C.H. Wright (pix), John A. Zuck. Seller Inventory # 000659

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Dr John Nicholson

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Tennessee Massacre and Its Causes: Or, the Utah Conspiracy The circumstances which led to the giving of this lecture in the Salt Lake Theatre are as follows: Mr. Nicholson, by special request of Bishop H. B. Clawson, delivered an address under a similar title in the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, on the 14th of September, 1884. The impression created by it was such as to result in the annexed correspondence: Salt Lake City, September 17, 1884. John Nicholson, Esq., Dear Sir: - The address delivered by you on the 14th inst, in the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, on the subject of the recent massacre of Mormon Elders in Tennessee, and the causes which led to that fearful tragedy, having created a deep interest in the community, and a desire on the part of very many who were prevented from being present upon that occasion to hear the facts you have in your possession, we, the undersigned, being of the opinion that a more widespread understanding of the circumstances which surround this tragedy, and which led to its perpetration will be of public benefit, respectfully request that you repeat the lecture, or deliver one of a similar nature at as early a date as will be convenient to you. Upon receiving an intimation from you that a compliance with our request will be agreeable to you, and the date that will be convenient to you to give the lecture, we will take the necessary steps to secure a larger building than the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, and to give suitable notice to the public. Very respectfully, Wm. Jennings, Theo. Mckean, A. Miner, Francis Cope, Geo. Swan, Herber M. Wells, James Dunn, H. Dinwoodey, G. M. Ottinger, S. W. Sears, David James, G. E. Bourne, John Clark, Elias Morris, Thos. G. Webber and others. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331584483

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. 6th Edition Over 1000 young men from Rapides joined the Confederacy during the Civil War. Since photography was in its infant stages most of these soldiers are faceless to us today. But there were many who took portraits. Some of the images are still around. The goal of this book is to put a face behind the Rapides names who served during this historic time of Central and the nation. Period and post war photos were located of over 90 young men from Rapides which make the basis of this book. The book includes a little biography and service record of each man. From the top brass of the generals to the private from the back bayou this book offers a chance to look into the eyes of a variety of Cenla soldiers. Soldiers include: ALLBRIGHT John Adrine ARCHINARD Capt. E. R. KIA ARMSTRONG Mr. Mrs. James M. BAILEY Joseph built dam BAILLIO Ferdinand Cav BAILLIO Sosthene Washington Art. BARKER Thomas Co. G 16th INF BASS David legislator BASS James Dr. Capt. 12th Inf BASS Jerimiah Co. C. 27th Inf. BEAUBOUEF Michel BENNETT Heber Boone s BENNETT Mansel Boone s BLACKMAN Asa Pineville 9th INF BLACKMAN Joseph A. 1st Trans BLACKMAN Wilmer BLUNDELL John Adam BOLTON George W. Banker BONNETTE Jasper M. Hineston BOYD David French Prof BOYCE Henry Archinard of Boyce BRASHER L. William Cons. Cres. Regt. BRIAN Benjamin F. Fishville BRINGHURST Robert 18th La. Inf BURGES Austin Bayou Bouef BURNHUM Francis SIdney CARRIER Ozeme Jayhawker CHENEY Major Hampton CLARKE Powhatten LSU staff CLEMENTS Thomas Rebels 1st Cav COLEMAN Jesse Pollock Cons. Cres. COMPTON Dr. Samuel Gilbert CONNER John Wesley 14th TX Cav CONERLY Luke Ward MISS Co. E COOK Richard M. 28th INF CRYER Wade TX CUTTS James M Rapides Guards DAIGRE Henry Louis Co H 1 Cav Judge DAVID Andrew Pineville Postmaster DEVILLE Valentine 1st Bttln Scouts DUNN David William 12th Inf. DUPLISSEY Jerry Co. K 12th Inf DYESS Edmond 8th MISS INF EDDLEMAN John Capt. Rapides Home Gds EDWARDS Hiram 6th Cav ELDRED Eugene Boone s FOWLER William GARNER David GILL Hardy a Tiger GRAHAM General George of Tyrone Pl. HADLEY David Minden Blues HANDERSON Henry. Capt. Stafford Gds. HARPER William 28th INF HATCH Joseph Capt. Rapides Terribles HATCH John TX Battery HAVARD Capt. Stafford Collin s Scouts HICKMAN George W. Rapides Rebels HILMAN Riley 27th INF HONEYCUTT John Jeff. Grant Parish. HORTON William Boyce 26th S. HYNSON W. D. 1921 monument IRWIN William Davis Colfax JACKSON Joseph Warren 8th LA JARREAU Auguste Co. B 2nd INF JOHNNSON Albert wife. TX INF JOHNSON Isaac JOHNSON William 3rd Cav JONSTON Josiah. Chief of Staff KEARY Patrick Capt. married to Pres. Davis niece KEMP Elijah 3rd Cav KILPATRICK A. M POW Rapides KNOLL Jean Echo KRAMER Johan Shoemaker LaCROIX William Smith s Cav LECKIE Thomas Co. G 2nd Cav LOTT James 19th TX; 28th INF MADDEN James TX Cav MADDOX Charles Cres. Regt MADDOX Robert Corp.Capt. Benj Cav. MANNING Thomas Brg.Gen. MARICLE Burrel 16th Cav MARTIN Robert II 8th INF MATTHEWS William Buried at Red River McCALL Henry C McCANN Fenwick Levi 1st Inf. McGREW James Calvin Co. K 31st INF MESSER Ferney 4th Florida Cav MILLTER Daniel 18th TX Cav MOORE Thomas Governor MUSTIAN Thomas Rapides Tigers NASH Harris Cons. Cres. Regt. O BANION William 8th Cav OVERTON Thomas Capt. attorney PARISH Robert Methodist preacher PEARLEY Benjamin F. Sgt Rapides Rebels PICKLES John B. Bayou Bouef 1st Cav. POWELL Benjamin 33rd MISS INF RATCLIFFE Pardoned by Pres. Lincoln RAY George W. ROE Pleasant Sergeant 12th Inf ROE Samuel CSA Navy ROSENTHAL Jonas Jewish French Merchant SCHWARTZENBURG John E. SHERMAN William Gen. Pineville SIMMONS Edmond 14th INF STAFFORD Leroy Gen. KIA STAFFORD William Colonel STEPHENS George 6th Cav SIRMON Richard 24th AL TACKET Lewis 16th Battalion THORNTON J. R. 2nd Cav VOORHIES William Creole Chargers WALKER Orange 3rd INF WATTS George . Buckner s Staff WEEMS E. V. 2nd Cav WILLET Capt. 1st Union Scouts WILLIS Aimuewell Crescent INF WILLIS Danie. Seller Inventory # APC9781492702207

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Tennessee Massacre and Its Causes: Or, the Utah Conspiracy The circumstances which led to the giving of this lecture in the Salt Lake Theatre are as follows: Mr. Nicholson, by special request of Bishop H. B. Clawson, delivered an address under a similar title in the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, on the 14th of September, 1884. The impression created by it was such as to result in the annexed correspondence: Salt Lake City, September 17, 1884. John Nicholson, Esq., Dear Sir: - The address delivered by you on the 14th inst, in the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, on the subject of the recent massacre of Mormon Elders in Tennessee, and the causes which led to that fearful tragedy, having created a deep interest in the community, and a desire on the part of very many who were prevented from being present upon that occasion to hear the facts you have in your possession, we, the undersigned, being of the opinion that a more widespread understanding of the circumstances which surround this tragedy, and which led to its perpetration will be of public benefit, respectfully request that you repeat the lecture, or deliver one of a similar nature at as early a date as will be convenient to you. Upon receiving an intimation from you that a compliance with our request will be agreeable to you, and the date that will be convenient to you to give the lecture, we will take the necessary steps to secure a larger building than the Twelfth Ward Assembly Rooms, and to give suitable notice to the public. Very respectfully, Wm. Jennings, Theo. Mckean, A. Miner, Francis Cope, Geo. Swan, Herber M. Wells, James Dunn, H. Dinwoodey, G. M. Ottinger, S. W. Sears, David James, G. E. Bourne, John Clark, Elias Morris, Thos. G. Webber and others. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781331584483

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.6th Edition Over 1000 young men from Rapides joined the Confederacy during the Civil War. Since photography was in its infant stages most of these soldiers are faceless to us today. But there were many who took portraits. Some of the images are still around. The goal of this book is to put a face behind the Rapides names who served during this historic time of Central and the nation. Period and post war photos were located of over 90 young men from Rapides which make the basis of this book. The book includes a little biography and service record of each man. From the top brass of the generals to the private from the back bayou this book offers a chance to look into the eyes of a variety of Cenla soldiers. Soldiers include: ALLBRIGHT John Adrine ARCHINARD Capt. E. R. KIA ARMSTRONG Mr. Mrs. James M. BAILEY Joseph built dam BAILLIO Ferdinand Cav BAILLIO Sosthene Washington Art. BARKER Thomas Co. G 16th INF BASS David legislator BASS James Dr. Capt. 12th Inf BASS Jerimiah Co. C. 27th Inf. BEAUBOUEF Michel BENNETT Heber Boone s BENNETT Mansel Boone s BLACKMAN Asa Pineville 9th INF BLACKMAN Joseph A. 1st Trans BLACKMAN Wilmer BLUNDELL John Adam BOLTON George W. Banker BONNETTE Jasper M. Hineston BOYD David French Prof BOYCE Henry Archinard of Boyce BRASHER L. William Cons. Cres. Regt. BRIAN Benjamin F. Fishville BRINGHURST Robert 18th La. Inf BURGES Austin Bayou Bouef BURNHUM Francis SIdney CARRIER Ozeme Jayhawker CHENEY Major Hampton CLARKE Powhatten LSU staff CLEMENTS Thomas Rebels 1st Cav COLEMAN Jesse Pollock Cons. Cres. COMPTON Dr. Samuel Gilbert CONNER John Wesley 14th TX Cav CONERLY Luke Ward MISS Co. E COOK Richard M. 28th INF CRYER Wade TX CUTTS James M Rapides Guards DAIGRE Henry Louis Co H 1 Cav Judge DAVID Andrew Pineville Postmaster DEVILLE Valentine 1st Bttln Scouts DUNN David William 12th Inf. DUPLISSEY Jerry Co. K 12th Inf DYESS Edmond 8th MISS INF EDDLEMAN John Capt. Rapides Home Gds EDWARDS Hiram 6th Cav ELDRED Eugene Boone s FOWLER William GARNER David GILL Hardy a Tiger GRAHAM General George of Tyrone Pl. HADLEY David Minden Blues HANDERSON Henry. Capt. Stafford Gds. HARPER William 28th INF HATCH Joseph Capt. Rapides Terribles HATCH John TX Battery HAVARD Capt. Stafford Collin s Scouts HICKMAN George W. Rapides Rebels HILMAN Riley 27th INF HONEYCUTT John Jeff. Grant Parish. HORTON William Boyce 26th S. HYNSON W. D. 1921 monument IRWIN William Davis Colfax JACKSON Joseph Warren 8th LA JARREAU Auguste Co. B 2nd INF JOHNNSON Albert wife. TX INF JOHNSON Isaac JOHNSON William 3rd Cav JONSTON Josiah. Chief of Staff KEARY Patrick Capt. married to Pres. Davis niece KEMP Elijah 3rd Cav KILPATRICK A. M POW Rapides KNOLL Jean Echo KRAMER Johan Shoemaker LaCROIX William Smith s Cav LECKIE Thomas Co. G 2nd Cav LOTT James 19th TX; 28th INF MADDEN James TX Cav MADDOX Charles Cres. Regt MADDOX Robert Corp.Capt. Benj Cav. MANNING Thomas Brg.Gen. MARICLE Burrel 16th Cav MARTIN Robert II 8th INF MATTHEWS William Buried at Red River McCALL Henry C McCANN Fenwick Levi 1st Inf. McGREW James Calvin Co. K 31st INF MESSER Ferney 4th Florida Cav MILLTER Daniel 18th TX Cav MOORE Thomas Governor MUSTIAN Thomas Rapides Tigers NASH Harris Cons. Cres. Regt. O BANION William 8th Cav OVERTON Thomas Capt. attorney PARISH Robert Methodist preacher PEARLEY Benjamin F. Sgt Rapides Rebels PICKLES John B. Bayou Bouef 1st Cav. POWELL Benjamin 33rd MISS INF RATCLIFFE Pardoned by Pres. Lincoln RAY George W. ROE Pleasant Sergeant 12th Inf ROE Samuel CSA Navy ROSENTHAL Jonas Jewish French Merchant SCHWARTZENBURG John E. SHERMAN William Gen. Pineville SIMMONS Edmond 14th INF STAFFORD Leroy Gen. KIA STAFFORD William Colonel STEPHENS George 6th Cav SIRMON Richard 24th AL TACKET Lewis 16th Battalion THORNTON J. R. 2nd Cav VOORHIES William Creole Chargers WALKER Orange 3rd INF WATTS George . Buckner s Staff WEEMS E. V. 2nd Cav WILLET Capt. 1st Union Scouts WILLIS Aimuewell Crescent INF WILLIS Daniel. Seller Inventory # APC9781492702207

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - American Watercolors, Drawings, Paintings and Sculpture of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Date - 28th September 1989, No. of lots - 399, No. of pages - 226, Illustrated in colour and black & white , , INDEX, Albert, Ernest, Alexander,John White, Armfield, Maxwell, Ault, George Copeland, Avery, Milton, Ball. Thomas, Barlow, Myron, Bartholdi, Frederic-Auguste, Beal,Gifford, Beckwith,James Carroll, Benton, Thomas Hart, Berge, Edward, Berninghaus, Oscar Edmund, Biedermann, Biel, Biestadt, Bisttram, Bluemner, Boardman, Boerein, Borie, Bouche, Boughton, Bradford, Braun, Bricher, Brooks, BrownJG, Brown WM, Browne B, Browne GE, Bryant, Burchfield, Carlsen, Soren Emil, Carlson, John Fabian, Carr,SamuelS, Caner, Clarence Holbrook, Chadwick, William, Chapin, Charles C, Chase, Adelaide Col~, Christy, Howard Chandler, Leon , Cyrus Edwin, Danton, F.Jr, Davey, Randall, Davidson, Jo, Davis, Warren, Davis,William M, Dawson-Watson, Dawson, DeHaas,MauritzFrederik, DeLongre,Paul, Dehn,Adolf, Demuth,Charles, Derujinsky,Gleb, Dove,ArthurGarueld, DuBois, Guy Pene, Dunn, Harvey T, Dunning, Robert Spear, Durrie, George Henry, Eberle, AbasteniaSt. Leger 161, Ebert, Charles H 128, Edwards, George Wharton 105, Elmer, Edwin R 112A, Ennis, George l'earec 257, Espoy, Angel 303, Evans, De Scott (Attributed to) 80, Farrer, Henry 8ç, Foote, Will Howe 261, Frieseke, FredcrickCarl 233, Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney 156,165,166, Garber, Daniel, Gatch, Lee, Gay, Edward B, Gay, Walter, Genth, Lillian, Hansen, Herman Wendelborg, Harles, Victor Joseph, Harrison, Lowell Birge, Hartman,C,Bertram 310, Haseltine, Herben 150, Haseltine, William Stanley, Hassam,FrederickChilde, Hawthorne, Charles Webster, Hdler, Eugenie M, Henri, Robert, Henry, Edward Lamson, Herzog, Herman, Hibbard, Aldro Thompson, Hill,John Wil!iam, Hirst, Claude Raguet, Hoffman,Malvina, Holty, Carl Robert, Horter, Earlt·, Horton, William Samuel 253, Inness, George, lnubi,Kyohei, lrvine, Wilson Henry, lvanowski, Sigismund, Jacobsen, Antonio Nicolo Gasparo, Jewett,Maude, Johnson, Jonathan Eastman, Johnson, Neville T, Jones, Hugh Bolton, Kaelin,ChadesSalis, Kahn, Wolf, Keith,William, Kemeys, Edward, Kent, Rockwell, King, Paul, Knaths,Karl, Knight, Daniel Ridgway, Knight, Louis Aston, Koch, John 384,385,386, Koerner, Henry, Komi, Isidore, Korbel, Mario Joseph, Krafft,Carig, Kroll, Abraham Leon, Kuehne, Max, Kuhn, Walt, Kuniyoshi, Yasuo, Lane, Katherine Ward (Weems), Lathrop, William Langson, Laux, August, Lawrence,jacob, Lazzell Blanche, Lever, Richard Hayley, Leyendeckcr, Joseph Christian, Lovell, Katherine, Loveh, Frank W, Low, Mary Fairchild, Luekenbach, geuben, Lyford, Philip, MacDonald-Wright, Stanton, MacMonnies, Frederick William, Macomber, Mary Lizzie, MacRae, Elmer Livingston, Manship, Paul Howard, Marin,John, Manh, Reginald, Mazzanovich, Lawrence, McCord, George Herbert, Meakin,Louis Henry, Mekhers,Julius Gari, Melrose, AndrCv W, Miller, Ralph Davison, Miller, Richard Edward, Moffett, Rose E, Mora, Francis Luis, Mulhaupt, FrederickJohn 209, Murphy, John Francis 202,203, Myers,Jerome 362, Newman, Henry Roderiek 85, Nichols, Henry Hobart, Nichols, Dale, Nicholson, George Washington 7, Nourse, Elizabeth 106, Oehnnan, Leonard 198,201, Oldfield,Otis 298,299, Osthaus, Edmund Henry 128, Owen, Robert Emmen 217, Palmer, Walter Laum, Park, Richard Hamilton, Parker, Lawton S, Parton, Arthur, Patterson, Russell, Paxton, William MacGregor, Peale, Margaretta Angelica, Pearson, Marguerite Stuber, Pennell, Joseph, Perkins, Granville, Perry, Lilla Cabot, Peterson,jane, Post, William Merritt, Potthast, Edward Henry, Proctor, Alexander Phimister, Ray, Ruth, Ream, Carducius Plantagenct, Reder, Bernard, Reisman, Philip, Remington,Frederic Sackrider, Rhead, Louis J, Richards, William Trost, Saint-Caudens, Augustlls, Saussy, Hattie, Scarlett, Rolph, Schofield, Walter Elmer, Scudder, Janet, Seitzer.Olaf Cari, Sharp,John, Shaw, Charles Cret'n, Silva, Francis Augustus, Sinllllons, Franklin, Sin. Seller Inventory # 13472

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