Mystery & History in Georgia

Vol. I
By R. Olin Jackson

Mystery & History in Georgia by R. Olin Jackson is the first volume in the author's catalog of all things Georgia, beginning the reader's journey with an introduction to the state's incredibly deep history, for better and for worse. Jackson offers a massive compilation, the...

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My Best Genealogy Tips

Quick Keys to Research Ancestry
By Robin R. Foster

History allows one to understand the present and semi-predict the future. Personal history is also important as it holds the key to many characteristics one exhibits. When we research the past generations, this is genealogy. Robin R. Foster helps the budding genealogist understand what it...

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State of Revolution

My Seven-and-a-Half-Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey
By Al Frazza

This fascinating little book could be called The Site that Al Built. Instead, it is named State of Revolution: My Seven-and-a-Half Year Journey Through Revolutionary War New Jersey. This book is the history of Al Frazza’s travels and research to make his historical website concerning...

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Mysteries in the Music

Case Closed
By Jim Berkenstadt

Who actually discovered Elvis? Did the Beach Boys steal a song? Could a copper wire in a shoe be laced with cancer and kill a reggae legend? What was the outcome of the FBI's investigations into complaints about obscene lyrics on a record? How thorough...

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Saving Our Democracy

Fixing the Institutions Failing the People
By Lincoln Anniballi

For so long the United States of America has been viewed as the yardstick for democracy and government sovereignty to the whole world. With the recent outburst of political insanity and an uncharacteristic wave of anarchy in the nation, this has become a mere idea...

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From Auschwitz with Love

The Inspiring Memoir of Two Sisters' Survival, Devotion and Triumph
By Daniel Seymour

The Holocaust is one of the most bloody events in history. Although one cannot begin to imagine the extent of physical hardships and mental trauma the victims went through in those concentration camps, From Auschwitz with Love by Daniel Seymour attempts to look into the...

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Lamlash Street

A Portrait of 1960's Post-War London Through One Family's Story
By J M Phillips

Lamlash Street: A Portrait of 1960's Post-War London Through One Family's Story is an autobiographical memoir recounting J.M. Phillips's childhood living in London during 1963. Jill grew up in a close-knit, working-class community at a time of great change, raised by people still recovering from...

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Father's Gold Secret

父親的黃金秘密 - 1949
By Wu, Sing-yung

Father’s Gold Secret by Wu, Sing-yung is a factual account of the retreat of the Nationalists, under Chiang Kai-shek, to Taiwan, after the Communist takeover in China under Mao Zedong. The story explores how the massive stores of gold bullion in China’s central bank were...

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Kid on the Go!

Memoir of My Childhood and Youth
By Neill McKee

When Neill was brought home from the hospital as a newborn, the kindly Mennonite lady told his mother that Neill wouldn’t survive. But he did and he lived a fascinating life full of love and humor and a zest for telling a good story, mostly...

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Horses of Europe From Before to Beyond

A Concise History of the Migration of Man's Best Traveling Companion
By Anna B. Joachim

Horses of Europe From Before to Beyond is the first of three books that Anna B. Joachim dedicates to the splendid animals that have been of help and companionship to us humans through the centuries. In this book, the reader will follow the evolution of...

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