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Heartbreak at Dawson City: Historial Novel Based on the Life of Nelson A. Soggs By Betty Matteson Rhodes, Chuck L. Rhodes
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A story based on the life of Nelson A. Soggs. He goes from Columbus, PA to a far away land called the Klondike. He left a legacy that has enticed the writer to do years of in-depth research to bring... More > his story to life. In one aspect he was a very successful jeweler, but personally he saw heartbreak after heartbreak. He made his way to the Yukon during the gold rush of 1897, spent a few ungodly winters there, trudged through knee-high mud of the streets and built a jewelry store and house made of logs at Dawson City. He tragically lost his wife the first winter after her arrival, after traveling so far to be with her husband. He was one of many unknown and unsung people who helped to put a face on what made America great. Nelson, as well as his inventor father, Henry Soggs, will finally receive recognition for their enduring marks on the pages of history.< Less
Heartbreak at Dawson City: Historial Novel Based on the Life of Nelson A. Soggs By Betty Rhodes
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A story based on the life of Nelson A. Soggs. He goes from Columbus, PA to a far away land called the Klondike. He left a legacy that has enticed the writer to do years of in-depth research to bring... More > his story to life. In one aspect he was a very successful jeweler, but personally he saw heartbreak after heartbreak. He made his way to the Yukon during the gold rush of 1897, spent a few ungodly winters there, trudged through knee-high mud of the streets and built a jewelry store and house made of logs at Dawson City. He tragically lost his wife the first winter after her arrival, after traveling so far to be with her husband. He was one of many unknown and unsung people who helped to put a face on what made America great. Nelson, as well as his inventor father, Henry Soggs, will finally receive recognition for their enduring marks on the pages of history.< Less
ELEFUNCTIONISM VOLUME TWO By GILBERT DAWSON
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A sweet breath of fresh air and plenty of back up in this misspelled city. This brush off her flesh was frozen just like me in wild warm spells. A savage rip on a roaring rant heaven bend on the... More > highway of the American subconscious.< Less
The Class of '67 By David Dawson
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During the tumultuous sixties, Dr. Robert Snow interns in a big city hospital. Dawson lets his readers feel the triumphs and tragedies, the exhausting, overwhelming experiences of hospital life and... More > death. Set against the social upheavals of 67/68 the author once again gives us vital characters struggling in an ambience that rings all too true.< Less
The Class of '67 By David Dawson
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During the tumultuous sixties, Dr. Robert Snow interns in a big city hospital. Dawson lets his readers feel the triumphs and tragedies, the exhausting, overwhelming experiences of hospital life and... More > death. Set against the social upheavals of 67/68 the author once again gives us vital characters struggling in an ambience that rings all too true.< Less
Wakefield Voices from the Crimea By Anthony Dawson
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The private letters and personal experiences of Wakefield men serving in the Siege of Sebastopol. This book collects letters sent home from the Crimean War by soldiers and sailors from the West... More > Yorkshire town (now city) of Wakefield, which were published in the local newspapers. Through these letters these men reveal their personal experiences and thoughts about the war, as well as their allies, their enemies, and their generals.< Less
Slide in all Direction By David Laing Dawson
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From the shadows of failing steel mills and the back alleys of urban decay, comes a story of addictions, crime, mental illness, and of redemption, love and family. From the author of Last Rights,... More > Double Blind, Essondale, and The Intern. "Dawson's vital characters and the ambience of his city and institutional scenes earn him respect as the author of both a superb mystery and a compelling novel." --Publishers Weekly< Less
Slide in all Direction By David Laing Dawson
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From the shadows of failing steel mills and the back alleys of urban decay, comes a story of addictions, crime, mental illness, and of redemption, love and family. From the author of Last Rights,... More > Double Blind, Essondale, and The Intern. "Dawson's vital characters and the ambience of his city and institutional scenes earn him respect as the author of both a superb mystery and a compelling novel." --Publishers Weekly< Less
The Kansas City Chiefs: 500 Fascinating Facts By Richard Pennington
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This book is about the history of the Kansas City Chiefs, from their inception (as the Dallas Texans) in 1960, when owner Lamar Hunt started the American Football League. I trace the development of... More > the franchise, which moved to Kansas City after three seasons. All the key figures in Chiefs history--Hunt, Hank Stram, Len Dawson, Abner Haynes, Tony Gonzalez, Derrick Thomas, Marty Schottenheimer and many others--are included. The book is written in Q&A format, with six chapter intros. Their titles are Planting Seeds in Dallas' Rocky Soil, The Team to See in '63, Super Bowl Champs, Remembering Joe Delaney, Montana, Allen and the '93 Season, and Chiefs at the Bottom of the Barrel: 2-14 in 2008. I am respectful of all but beholden to none, so you can read the bad as well as the good in this book. It's no rah-rah puff piece, that's for sure.< Less
Breedlove's Gold By Paul McPhie
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The story of the Klondike gold rush has become an authentic chapter of Alaska, Yukon, and Canadian history. This novel recounts the education in life, friendship, love and death of a young man, first... More > against the evolving backdrop of the American southwest, then the dazzling richness of the Yukon gold fields. The story contains the passion, humour, and heartbreak characterizing the journeys of so many gold digging argonauts in what one commentator has called "the most useless human migration in human history."< Less