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Saber and Scroll Journal, Volume 6, Issue 1 By Saber and Scroll Historical Society
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Volume 6, Issue 1 of Saber and Scroll contains works that center on tragedy and heroism.
Confederate Ships Afloat By Naval Historical Center
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This authoritative reference work is the ideal reading companion to help readers evaluate ships referred to in a battle accounts; it also offers a sense of the size of the CSA's navy; and its... More > encyclopedic entries on each vessel are interesting in and of themselves. This is a hardcopy edition of the online-only publication found on the U.S. Navy's history website. (The Navy created it by abstracting CSA entries from its Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships.) The website and this book supply an alphabetical look-up of CSS ship names followed by technical description and service history. Multiple entries show under a heading where different vessels bore the same name, helping readers to identify (for instance) which CSS Beauregard is being referred to in an account of some naval action. The editors have added more pictures of ships and two new ship entries to bring the volume up-to-date.< Less
The Released Hitler FBI Files By Historical Document Publishers
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After World War II, hundreds of people around the world claimed to spot Adolph Hitler in places like Switzerland, Argentina and even New York City. These released FBI files read like a spy novel and... More > provide a wonderful read for the history teacher, interested historian or casual reader.< Less
Old Timer's Days - 26 Years of Keeping In Touch By Monroe Historical Society MHS
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History in pictures of Monroe, Oklahoma and the annual Old Timer's Days.
C&O Dining Car Recipes By Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society
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Serve C&O diner meals at your house! Softbound, 160 pages, 6x9 size. This is a direct reprint of the material contained in C&O's only standard dining car recipe book, dated 1947. It gives the... More > detailed ingredients and recipes for preparing all the meals that were available on C&O diners at the height of their operations after WWII. Photos show C&O diners in operation. Introduction gives background data on the service. Many of the recipes can be adapted easily to smaller portions and modern ingredients.< Less
Saber and Scroll Journal, Volume 4, Issue 3 By Saber and Scroll Historical Society
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A collection of papers related to transformations in history: the birth of irregular warfare in colonial America, the changing face of city streets with the advent of automobiles, the evolving sense... More > of Zulu identity, and others.< Less
Saber and Scroll Journal, Volume 6, Issue 2 By Saber and Scroll Historical Society
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Volume 6, Issue 2 of Saber & Scroll Journal includes articles focused on immigration and population movements.
Buffalo County: A Native Son Speaks By Buffalo County Historical Society
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This book is a collection of writings by and about E. F. Ganz that paint a beautiful picture of what life in Buffalo County was like from the days of the pioneers until the 1930s.
Riding That New River Train By Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society
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This book provides an in-depth account of the C&O Railway in the New River Valley and includes detailed descriptions of the history and development of the line; operations, locations, motive... More > power, freight and passenger service, coal mines and towns, short lines and branches, and landmarks along the way. It also includes narratives about famous railroad towns such as Thurmond and Quinnimont. It is filled with hundreds of photographs, drawings, maps and other reference material. Many of the photos were taken by the author, and are unique to this book. Other reference material has been taken from original, official railroad sources. This is the essential reference to railroading in the New River Gorge and also serves as a guide for touring famous locations in the area. It is the most complete and scholarly coverage of the topic available.< Less
C&O Greenbrier Locomotives By Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society
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The J-3 was primarily used in passenger service, although some were briefly used in freight service at the end of the steam era. These modern and powerful locomotives were used almost exclusively... More > between Charlottesville, Virginia, and Hinton, West Virginia, over a mountainous region filled with steep grades. Passenger train consists were the heaviest through this region, requiring the maximum in motive power and efficiency that was the hallmark of the J-3. The Greenbriers were handsome and well proportioned with their compact, powerful figures, and are among the most aesthetically pleasing of all steam engines. They were all built by Lima Locomotive works and were the pinnacle of superpower technology and steam locomotive design.< Less

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