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The Red Line VII By Deer Creek Students (Edmond, OK)
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The seventh edition of Deer Creek High School's Red Line anthology of student writing and art
The Red Line VII By Deer Creek Students (Edmond, OK)
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The seventh edition of Deer Creek High School's Red Line anthology of student writing and art
The Red Line 9 By Deer Creek Students (Edmond, OK)
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The students of Deer Creek High School in Edmond, Oklahoma, proudly present their ninth volume of The Red Line, an anthology of student prose, poetry, art, and photography.
The Red Line VIII (bw) By Deer Creek Students (Edmond, OK)
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The black and white edition of the 8th volume of Deer Creek High School's literary and art anthology (2012)
The Red Line 10 By Deer Creek Students (Edmond, OK)
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The students of Deer Creek High School in Edmond, Oklahoma, present their tenth volume of art, writing, and photography.
The Red Line VIII By Deer Creek HS Students Edmond, OK
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the full color edition of the 2012 Deer Creek High School Anthology of Writing and Art
Down Drowning Creek By Rick Peniston
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A humorous collection of true hunting and outdoor adventure stories.
Life on the Farm Before Electricity By Donna Mary Ball Hewitt
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Description of farm life before electricity in Deer Creek, Michigan USA
Life on the Farm Before Electricity By Donna Mary Ball Hewitt
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Description of farm life before electricity in Deer Creek, Michigan USA
White Bear Clan "Black Thorn" By Will Welton
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Black Thorn was a self schooled man in the facts of life. He masterminded the largest train robbery of the early 1900’s. His father had married a woman, supposed to be a Creek Indian, who was... More > the daughter of a Freedman slave of the Creek Nation. His father had run Thorn and his sister off from home because he didn’t want anything to do with having half Black children. Thorns adventures and holdups that he was involved in up to the 1910. He found what he thought was true love, bought a homestead, and built the nicest house in fifty miles.< Less