Finite Theory

Historical Milestone in Physics
By Phil Bouchard

Finite Theory: Historical Milestone in Physics by Phil Bouchard is a non-fiction science and modern astrophysics book that challenges and expands on conventional theory which is widely accepted (even with multiple open questions remaining), consistent with the experimental data attributed to Einstein's General Relativity. Bouchard...

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Time to Journey Home

By Michael Pedretti

Time to Journey Home: Story of Our Stories by Michael Pedretti brilliantly documents the author’s journey home to his ancestral roots. In this account, the author decides to visit a small valley in Italy where his forebears lived for a thousand years before moving to...

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Listening to the Voices of Our Ancestors

A Practical Manual for Developing Your Intuitive Genealogical Abilities
By Megan Reilly Koepsell

Listening to the Voices of Our Ancestors: A Practical Manual for Developing Your Intuitive Genealogical Abilities by Megan Reilly Koepsell takes the reader on a journey of discovery. Genealogy is generally something approached in a manner that chalks similar experiences in a family up to...

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Uncovering Roots

The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Uncovering Roots: The Rheas of Augusta, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia is a genealogical history of the Rhea family. The author, Lillian “Sissy Crone” Frazer, traces the family as far back as the 1680s to Scotland. There, the facts give way to supposition. Rhea family...

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Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania

By Stephanie Longo

Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania is not the first book Stephanie Longo dedicates to the history and presence of Italian immigrants in North America. With her considerable efforts, Longo is helping to fill the void that still makes the experiences and lives of these people largely...

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The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

By Emily Lodge

The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times by Emily Lodge is a genealogical memoir in which Emily talks about several generations of family members right from the time of their arrival in America and their subsequent lives and lifestyles. In this book, Emily starts...

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Resurrection Lily

The BRCA Gene, Hereditary Cancer & Lifesaving Whispers from the Grandmother I Never Knew
By Amy Byer Shainman

Because of her family history, a woman begins to realize she has a very high chance of developing breast and ovarian cancer. Being the competitive yet sympathetic person she is, she takes steps to take control of the situation and to create a record for...

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Rufus

James Agee in Tennessee
By Paul F. Brown

Rufus: James Agee in Tennessee is a biographical work put together by Paul F. Brown. Focusing on American writer James Rufus Agee, most famous for penning the classic novel A Death In The Family and the screenplay for The African Queen, Brown chooses to home...

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A Daughter's Secret

By Jacqueline McDonald

A Daughter’s Secret by Jacqueline McDonald is a personal account of what a simple DNA test can uncover. Jackie’s biological mother and father have not been together since she was a child, having broken up and gotten back together so many times, no one ever...

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From Hill Town to Strieby

Education and the American Missionary Association in the Uwharrie "Back Country" of Randolph County, North Carolina
By Margo Lee Williams

From Hill Town to Strieby by Margot Lee Williams is an educational book. In 1879, Islay Walden, once a slave, returned to North Carolina as an ordained minister in Southwestern Randolph County. He was also a missionary for the American Missionary Association, living with his...

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