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On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell, Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell, Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
One Man's Experience By Joy Smith Lewis
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One Man's Experience is a loving tribute from a daughter to her father. Focusing on two years of her dad's life -- 1951 to 1953 -- Joy Lewis tells the story of her father Carl and his service in the... More > 11th Airborne. He was stationed for most of that time at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he trained as a paratrooper. The early 1950's was an historic era, as Carl not only took part in the atomic tests in the Nevada desert, but was also directly involved in Truman's effort to integrate the Armed Forces.< Less
Nineteen Jumps and a Prayer By Travis Monday
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In the summer of 1970, 18-year-old Travis Monday joined the U.S. Army and volunteered for Airborne School and for Vietnam. Thirty-five years later he wrote his own story -- Nineteen Jumps and a... More > Prayer. His adventures as an Army paratrooper and as a Vietnam veteran also serve as a platform for telling the stories of others -- including other war veterans. And they enable him to explain how he overcame Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through faith in God.< Less
Nineteen Jumps and a Prayer By Travis Monday
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In the summer of 1970, 18-year-old Travis Monday joined the U.S. Army and volunteered for Airborne School and for Vietnam. Thirty-five years later he wrote his own story -- Nineteen Jumps and a... More > Prayer. His adventures as an Army paratrooper and as a Vietnam veteran also serve as a platform for telling the stories of others -- including other war veterans. And they enable him to explain how he overcame Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through faith in God.< Less
Nineteen Jumps and a Prayer By Travis Monday
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In the summer of 1970, 18-year-old Travis Monday joined the U.S. Army and volunteered for Airborne School and for Vietnam. Thirty-five years later he wrote his own story -- Nineteen Jumps and a... More > Prayer. His adventures as an Army paratrooper and as a Vietnam veteran also serve as a platform for telling the stories of others -- including other war veterans. And they enable him to explain how he overcame Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through faith in God.< Less
Tough Guys By Sandra Danderson
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A female soldiers Memoir. A story about love and duty.
Tough Guys By Sandra Danderson
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A female soldiers Memoir. A story about love and duty.
Historic Mill Creek By Scott Rozanski
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Life in the Straits of Mackinac during the 1700 and 1800’s was much different than today. Many tasks were accomplished by hand, including sawing logs into lumber. Two men cutting the entire day... More > could only saw about 14 boards. Many people came to the region because of the abundant fur trade. One of those men was Robert Campbell. Robert Campbell came in search of furs, but forever made a name for himself sawing lumber. Shortly after Robert Campbell arrived, Fort Michilimackinac was preparing to be dismantled and moved. Moving the fort greatly increased the need for lumber. This gave Robert Campbell the idea to build a sawmill. Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park is a National Registered Historic Site, and is toured by thousands of visitors each year. When you visit this site you will be stepping back into a time when men used axes, horses pulled logs and water powered a sawmill.< Less
Hoe-Downs, Hornpipes & Hokum By Charlie Walden
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This is the companion tune book for the recording of the same title by Charlie Walden and Patt Plunkett, a.k.a. Patt & Possum. 30 tunes in standard notation, plus mandolin tab and chords for... More > accompaniment. Included are Dundee’s Hornpipe, Joseph Won a Coated Fiddle, Walk Along John, Old Fort Smith, Little Burnt Potato, Forked Deer, Belles of America, Step Up Susie, Duncan’s Hornpipe, Angus Campbell, Victory Breakdown, Norma Lou’s Waltz, Lady of the Lake, Oyster Girl, Grey Eagle, Paddy on the Railroad, Chicken Reel, Old Hen Cackle, Woodchopper’s Reel, St. Anne’s Reel, Shamus O’Brien Waltz, Polk County Breakdown, Martha Campbell, Turkey in the Pea Patch, Quadrille in “G”, Old Ladies Picking Chickens, Casey’s Hornpipe, Jim Clark’s Hornpipe, Cincinnati Hornpipe plus a special section revealing the secrets of Listen to the Mockingbird.< Less