Nelsonville from A to Z

By Stuart's Opera House

Nelsonville from A to Z is a very readable book, beautifully illustrated with watercolor-like images. Visually it’s attractive, and you can see the dedication in the work that Stuart's Opera House did to create a work of art. The book enhances the beauty of Nelsonville...

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Not Without a Fight

The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance
By D.W. Duke

Not Without a Fight: The Story of a Polish Jew’s Resistance is the true story of a boy who was eight years old when Germany invaded Poland in 1939. Casimir Bieberstein was part of a rich, powerful, but kindly family. But because he was Jewish,...

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No Where Man

One Soldier's Journey Home From Vietnam
By Stephen J. Piotrowski

The almost forgotten war in South East Asia, which ended some fifty years ago, deeply affected the lives of many of those who were involved. The participants included youngsters from America sent to fight a cunning and ruthless enemy for an increasingly unpopular cause. Stephen...

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NOW They Make it Legal

Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer
By Howard Harrison

Howard Harrison has written a thoroughly enjoyable memoir about Baby Boomers called NOW They Make It Legal: Reflections of an Aging Baby Boomer. Howard presents his life’s story as one view of what life was like growing up as a Baby Boomer. I, personally, am...

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Never Forsaken

A young woman's gripping account of faith, courage, and survival before, during, and after World War II
By Cindy Scott

Marion Ghent spent the last fifteen years of her life writing her World War II memoirs. Sadly, she never saw her book published as she passed away. Thankfully, her daughter Cindy Scott made the promise of finishing what her mother had started, and the result...

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Norway to Washougal

An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen
By Susan Tripp

Norway to Washougal: An Unusual History Book Inspired by Homesteaders Anna and Engel Engelsen is a work of non-fiction in the world heritage, history, and culture sub-genres, and was penned by author Susan Tripp. Looking into the author’s own past and ancestral family life as...

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No Rules

A Memoir
By Sharon Dukett

The year is 1971 and sixteen-year-old Sharon is sick and tired of the life she is living. With parents that control her every move in life and deny her the choice to attend college because she’s a female, she decides to run away with her...

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North of Familiar

A Woman's Story of Homesteading and Adventure in the Canadian Wilderness
By Terry Milos

North of Familiar: A Woman's Story of Homesteading and Adventure in the Canadian Wilderness by Terry Milos is a memoir of the author’s experiences homesteading in the Yukon for 19 years. The story begins in 1974 as Terry meets her husband and they decide to...

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No Country to Call Home

My Journey with 44 Million
By Wali Kanani

No Country to Call Home: My Journey with 44 Million by Wali Kanani is a non-fiction book on the history of the Kurdish people. No Country to Call Home is a historical account of the Kurds since ancient times and starts with a brief introduction...

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Native American Philosophy

A Historical & Regional Overview
By Robert Harrison Woolston

Native American Philosophy: A Historical & Regional Overview is written by Robert Harrison Woolston. Woolston opens his work with a discussion of the migratory patterns of the Paleoamericans, the first people who came across the Bering land bridge from Asia. He differentiates between the Amerindians,...

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