Love and Valor

Intimate Civil War Letters Between Captain Jacob and Emeline Ritner
By Charles F. Larimer

Love and Valor: Intimate Civil War Letters Between Captain Jacob And Emeline Ritner by Charles F. Larimer is a poignant and heart-warming love story that unfolds through letters written during the Civil War between Captain Jacob and his wife Emelie Ritner. The letters give glimpses...

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Tracing Footsteps

The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia
By Lillian Frazer

Tracing Footsteps: The Frasers of Scotland to Frazers of Virginia and West Virginia by Lillian M. Frazer is a detailed non-fiction documentation of William Frazer’s descendants. Frazer was a Scottish immigrant to America who descended from the Scottish Highland Clan Fraser of Lovat. Records show...

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Separated Together

The Incredible True WWII Story of Soulmates Stranded an Ocean Apart (Holocaust Survivor True Stories WWII Book 7)
By Kenneth P. Price Ph.D.

Separated Together: The Incredible True WWII Story Of Soulmates Stranded An Ocean Apart by Kenneth P. Price, PH.D. is a poignant memoir that chronicles the dramatic lives of Sonia and Abe during WWII, their adversities and hardships. The memoir looks at the intricacies and complexities...

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On Being Great Again

A Surgeon, A Soldier, A Family Man, Jack J. Caleca, MD
By Diane Campbell Green

Jack Caleca, MD was a medical doctor serving in the Pacific during World War II. He was stationed on many of the islands and even has a picture of himself with the Enola Gay. This puts him in the middle of the action that led...

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Two Revolutionary War Privateers

William and Joseph Packwood of Connecticut
By William T Packwood PhD, Virginia M Packwood EdD

Do you wonder what skeletons lie in your closet? Have you studied your family history, or looked into genealogy to trace your roots? When William T. Packwood started looking into his family’s past, he was surprised to find his ancestors hailed from New London, Connecticut...

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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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Counting Down Elvis

His 100 Finest Songs
By Mark Duffett

Counting Down Elvis: His 100 Finest Songs by Mark Duffett is a real treat for all Elvis fans who love his enchanting and timeless songs that speak for themselves. The book is a dedication to and a profound appreciation of the music Elvis created and...

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A Shau

Crucible of the Vietnam War
By Jay Phillips

A must-read for fans of military history, warfare, and tactics, A Shau: Crucible of the Vietnam War by Jay Phillips is a fascinating and highly detailed account of the events, engagements, and people involved in this part of the Vietnam War from the early 1960s...

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The Birds Sang Eulogies

A Memoir
By Mirla Geclewicz Raz

The Birds Sang Eulogies: A Memoir by Mirla Geclewicz Raz is a moving memoir that gives readers glimpses of what it meant to be a child of the Holocaust and how they had to deal with the trauma of their parents in their own way....

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Place Names

Their Origin and Meanings
By Mark Emory Adams

Place Names: Their Origin and Meanings by Mark Emory Adams does exactly what the author says it will do. It is a sourcebook for the origin of names of countries, states, and cities as well as interesting geographical facts. Adams compiled his lists after researching...

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