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Cliffhanger Treasury #1 By Eric Stedman
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First of a four-issue series including 172 pages of comics from the 1930s and 40s inspired by classic cliffhanger movie serials or vice versa. Includes: ROCKETMAN in "Wings of Evil,"THE... More > MASKED MARVEL in "The Monster in the Mine," SPY SMASHER vs. "The Red Death," featuring a Crimson Ghost-like character, THE PHANTOM CREEPS, adapted from the Universal serial, THUN'DA, KING OF THE CONGO by Frank Frazetta, in "King of the Lost Lands," DON WINSLOW OF THE NAVY in "Maelstrom of the deep," CAPTAIN VIDEO in "Creatures of Doom," THE DESERT HAWK in "The Wretched Ant-men," Chapter 1 of THE OREGON TRAIL, and more featuring Buck Jones, the Blue Beetle, Captain Midnight and Bulletman. The four-issue series when complete will reprint the complete multi-part serials THE MASK OF FU MANCHU by Wally Wood and the complete 6-chapter PERILS OF NYOKA, as adapted from the Republic serial.< Less
TW Index Volumes 1 and 2 Combined By Jan Young
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TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
TW Index Volumes 1 and 2 Combined By Jan Young
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TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
Barney Family News 2004 By William C. Barney
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"The BARNEY Family News," a quarterly publication since 1979, of the Barney Family Historical Association (BFHA) covers the worldwide Barney family. "The Barney Family News 2004"... More > contains compilations of four Barney Family Newsletters, #100-#103, each one illustrated and indexed. #100 (Winter 2003-2004) is the Centennial issue. It covers Major Andrew Jackson Barney and descendants of Deacon Robert Barney. #101 (Spring 2004) features Architect John Stewart Barney and the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; "The Missing Link" of the Barney family of Greenup County, Kentucky; and the Barneys of Utah. #102 (Summer 2004) features Edward BARNEY of Bradenham, England and Jacob BARNEY of Salem, Massachusetts. #103 (Fall 2004) covers the 2004 Grave Dedication of CHARLES BARNEY (1783-1865), Utah Pioneer and Soldier of the War of 1812, and Black Hawk War of 1832. His history of 150 years ago is recounted, including his marriages to Mercy Yeoman, Deborah Riffle and their sixteen children.< Less
TW Index Volume 1 By Jan Young
eBook (PDF): $9.95
TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 of Turning Wheels Index includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
Barney Family News 2004 By William C. Barney
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"The BARNEY Family News," a quarterly publication since 1979, of the Barney Family Historical Association (BFHA) covers the worldwide Barney family. "The Barney Family News 2004"... More > contains compilations of four Barney Family Newsletters, #100-#103, each one illustrated and indexed. #100 (Winter 2003-2004) is the Centennial issue. It covers Major Andrew Jackson Barney and descendants of Deacon Robert Barney. #101 (Spring 2004) features Architect John Stewart Barney and the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; "The Missing Link" of the Barney family of Greenup County, Kentucky; and the Barneys of Utah. #102 (Summer 2004) features Edward BARNEY of Bradenham, England and Jacob BARNEY of Salem, Massachusetts. #103 (Fall 2004) covers the 2004 Grave Dedication of CHARLES BARNEY (1783-1865), Utah Pioneer and Soldier of the War of 1812, and Black Hawk War of 1832. His history of 150 years ago is recounted, including his marriages to Mercy Yeoman, Deborah Riffle and their sixteen children.< Less
TW Index Volume 2 By Jan Young
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TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 of Turning Wheels Index includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
TW Index Volume 1 By Jan Young
Paperback: $19.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 of Turning Wheels Index includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
TW Index Volume 2 By Jan Young
eBook (PDF): $9.95
TW Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the SDC Turning Wheels magazine since its inception in 1972. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed... More > by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.), model AND year including all individual letters that appear in the Co-Operator column. Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1959 Hawk, TW Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of "Turning Wheels" and cites the page on which the item begins. Rated "excellent" by Fred Fox and Bob Palma. Volume 1 of Turning Wheels Index includes issues of Turning Wheels from 1972 through 1992 with 10,711 references on 159 pages. Volume 2 of Turning Wheels Index includes 1993 through 2009 with 9,995 references on 158 pages.< Less
Rescuing Beefsteak: The Story of a Pragmatic Pioneer Idealist By Myron Harrison
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Fourteen-year-old George Harrison emigrated from England to Utah in 1856. He was part of a Mormon family relocating to “Zion” for both religious and economic reasons. The young man,... More > suffering from malaria and extreme food shortages in the Martin Handcart Company, abandoned his family and spent a winter with a compassionate Indian family that saved him from starvation. Soon after, at Fort Laramie, Harrison served as a civilian cook for an army surgeon. He accompanied troops during the march into Salt Lake City in 1858 and cooked at Camp Floyd. Upon the camp’s closure in 1861, he cooked at an Overland Stage and Pony Express station. George Harrison subsequently worked as a freighter and served in the Black Hawk War. In mid-life he built a small restaurant and hotel in Springville, Utah. Harrison’s cooking, singing, and story telling attracted “drummers” (traveling salesmen) who gave the restaurateur the name of “Beefsteak” because of the quality of his steaks.< Less

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