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Arlington National Cemetery Legacy of Honor By Jim Harris
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Arlington National Cemetery, Legacy of Honor is about Arlington National Cemetery. The book has pictures of military personal who served the United States or memorials in honor of military events... More > in time and brief stories about those people or objects. It is a picture history of the United States and could serve as a guide while at Arlington National Cemetery.< Less
On Behalf of a Grateful Nation By Tara Brundick & Patricia Brundick
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This beautiful full-color photography book documents the military services at Arlington National Cemetery.
My Trip to Washington, D. C.: A Child's Perspective By Linda Winters & Micki Amos
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Washington D.C. — the Pride of our Nation! What an exciting adventure for a 9-year-old girl! Follow Micki as she gives you a tour of our magnificent Capitol City. Whether it is museums or... More > memorials, historic homes or gardens, a riverboat or a library, Micki will let you know without hesitation just what she thinks of it.< Less
Runaway Brain By Richard Keith
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History, adventure and escape collide with the 1960s in Runaway Brain. Hitchhiking adventures take Richard Keith to Haight-Ashbury, the Apollo One fire, White House demonstrations, a Pentagon peace... More > march and non-civil riots in Watts, Newark and Washington. His odyssey is terminated when the U.S. Marines invite him to join their Corps. He runs from them following the massacre at Kent State two days after his twenty-first birthday. His loves for Virginia and America bring him home. Colorful road characters provide an education for Richard as he hitchhikes around the country seeking shelter. Though the journey is framed by the rhythms of the 1960s, Richard’s bittersweet tale of maturity is timeless. Runaway Brain is kind of like Forrest Gump goes On The Road while reading Kurt Vonnegut. Check out the website - www.runawaybrain.com< Less
Runaway Brain By Richard Keith
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History, adventure and escape collide with the 1960s in Runaway Brain. Hitchhiking adventures take Richard Keith to Haight-Ashbury, the Apollo One fire, White House demonstrations, a Pentagon peace... More > march and non-civil riots in Watts, Newark and Washington. His odyssey is terminated when the U.S. Marines invite him to join their Corps. He runs from them following the massacre at Kent State two days after his twenty-first birthday. His loves for Virginia and America bring him home. Colorful road characters provide an education for Richard as he hitchhikes around the country seeking shelter. Though the journey is framed by the rhythms of the 1960s, Richard’s bittersweet tale of maturity is timeless. Runaway Brain is kind of like Forrest Gump goes On The Road while reading Kurt Vonnegut. Check out the website - www.runawaybrain.com< Less
A Late Journey Into Wartime By Bob Johnson
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In December 2007, the Army desperately needed soldiers with my skill set. I volunteered and was sent to Afghanistan. The Army kept me for several one-year assignments at the Pentagon and at Arlington... More > National Cemetery. My one-year tour of duty became six years of service. Along the way, I taught writing to wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. I write about these experiences in four memoirs. They cover war and the time of war, and things that sometimes I can’t believe myself.< Less
Lost in the District, Lost in the Federal Territory: The Life and Times of Doctor David Ross, Surgeon, Sot-Weed Factor, Importer of Human Labor, of Bladensburg, Maryland, and related individuals By Stewart Lillard
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“Lost in the District, Lost in the Federal Territory” relates the facts about Doctor David Ross of Bladensburg, his family life, his business and political connections, and his efforts to... More > develop a productive iron mine along the upper Potomac River on lower Antietam Creek in Washington County, Maryland. Through his diligence and the skills of his close relatives, Dr. Ross was in a position to recommend the taking up of arms against Great Britain to his river neighbors of the Committee of Correspondence. His son was later appointed to serve briefly as one of the first auditors for the newly formed District of Columbia. His nephew by marriage, James Maccubbin Lingan, a victim of the Baltimore Riot of July 28, 1812, was one of the first group of leaders who set Georgetown, Maryland (and later D.C.), on its course to greatness as a deep water port. He remains the only veteran of the American Revolutionary War to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.< Less
Lost In the District, Lost In the Federal Territory: The Life and Times of Doctor David Ross, Surgeon, Sot Weed Factor, Importer of Human Labor, of Bladensburg, Maryland, and Related Individuals By Stewart Lillard
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“Lost in the District, Lost in the Federal Territory” relates the facts about Doctor David Ross of Bladensburg, his family life, his business and political connections, and his efforts to... More > develop a productive iron mine along the upper Potomac River on lower Antietam Creek in Washington County, Maryland. Through his diligence and the skills of his close relatives, Dr. Ross was in a position to recommend the taking up of arms against Great Britain to his river neighbors of the Committee of Correspondence. His son was later appointed to serve briefly as one of the first auditors for the newly formed District of Columbia. His nephew by marriage, James Maccubbin Lingan, a victim of the Baltimore Riot of July 28, 1812, was one of the first group of leaders who set Georgetown, Maryland (and later D.C.), on its course to greatness as a deep water port. He remains one of few veterans of the American Revolutionary War to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.< Less
Unsung Hero By Margaret Allyn Greene Best
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Albert V. Greene, who became a prisoner of war during World War II and re-enlisted to serve in Korea and Vietnam, is one of America’s unsung heros. This book has two parts: The first is a... More > memoir written by Greene that includes how he was captured by German forces and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp in Italy, where he tried to escape. The second part is written by his daughter, Margaret, who shares a biography of her father with illustrations about his military career. The book also serves as a family and cultural history, beginning with how the Greene family immigrated from Germany and Ireland to Brooklyn, New York, in the late 1800s. The narrative continues with Albert V. Greene’s recollection of his father’s military service during the Great War and how Albert V. Greene made a difference as a teacher at home. While Greene lost his battle with Alzheimer’s disease and died in 2009, he was laid to rest with the other heroes at Arlington National Cemetery.< Less
Unsung Hero By Margaret Allyn Greene Best
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Albert V. Greene, who became a prisoner of war during World War II and re-enlisted to serve in Korea and Vietnam, is one of America’s unsung heros. This book has two parts: The first is a... More > memoir written by Greene that includes how he was captured by German forces and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp in Italy, where he tried to escape. The second part is written by his daughter, Margaret, who shares a biography of her father with illustrations about his military career. The book also serves as a family and cultural history, beginning with how the Greene family immigrated from Germany and Ireland to Brooklyn, New York, in the late 1800s. The narrative continues with Albert V. Greene’s recollection of his father’s military service during the Great War and how Albert V. Greene made a difference as a teacher at home. While Greene lost his battle with Alzheimer’s disease and died in 2009, he was laid to rest with the other heroes at Arlington National Cemetery.< Less

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