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Briar’s Tale: Memoir of a Grouse Dog By Daniel H. Barrett
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Briar’s Tale mixes down-home mountain humor with tales of coming of age in rural Owsley County, Kentucky. It explores the unique relationship between an avid outdoorsman and his bird dogs,... More > hunting companions and the natural world. Along the way, it explores ethical hunting practices and environmental education as well as how a dog and his master face the inevitable challenges of aging.< Less
TEMPLARS Who were they? Where did the go? Vol 1 of 2 By Diana J Muir
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Hundreds of books and papers have been written about the “Knights Templar”. Most deal with their origins, recruitment practices, code of conduct, daily life, battles in which they fought... More > and the political and economic machinations that took place throughout their almost 200 year history, followed by the trials which took place after their condemnation in 1307. While some authors have written about the founding “Nine” Templars and Jacgues de Molay - considered to be the last Templar - little is known of the other men (and women) who pledged their lives to the Order. This series tries to identify those who lived between 1114 and 1314 by studying the places where they lived; the commanderies and fortresses they built, and the armies of those they followed. Indexed, this book identifies more than 1500 Templars including 71 mentions of treasure! Vol 1 covers Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, Flanders, and France. Vol 2 covers the Iberian peninsula, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Cyprus, Jerusalem, and more..< Less
Whispers of the past...Imagery of Hamlet Palenville in the Catskills Volume 1 By Richard Byne
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Imagery of hamlet Palenville in the Catskill Mountains, Greene County, New York Volume 1 from the 1890s forward. Palenville occupies a delightful location at the foot of the Kaaterskill Clove, down... More > which there is a movement of air which is very refreshing on hot days. The Clove itself is full of points of interest in the way of cliffs and chasms, cascades and waterfalls, places of outlook, etc. It has been for years the resort of famous artists who have created a school of American art by their faithful rendering of American scenery and the scenery of the Catskills, has become widely known through their works, not alone in this country, but in Europe also. This is mentioned to show the scenic advantages of Palenville which have been endorsed by these men best fitted to appreciate its beauties. More than a thousand people come to this village each year to spend their summer vacation - The Palenville Zephyr, 1899. This hardcover gift edition will be a welcome edition to any collection or coffee table!< Less
Whispers of the past...Imagery of Hamlet Palenville in the Catskills Volume 2 By Richard Byne
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Here’s the second volume by author Richard P. Byne in this Series on Hamlet Palenville Imagery and the surrounding area. Packed with more never before published photos, it is sure to be a... More > perfect addition to any collection or coffee table! This is the special limited hardcover gift edition!< Less
Greenwater Part One: Leaving Home 6x9 By Luke Green
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Tennel Grimbeck, skinner of the Rolsarn Swamp on the edge of the Confederacy of City States, is leaving the home he’s known for all his life ahead of tragedy and rumors of murder. Runya... More > Sulemar, holy warrior of the Hinoitaur race, has been wandering the expanse of the Dim, the last messenger to carry a warning of doom to the world beyond. Morriga Dagnon, young aristocrat of the city of Drenon, seeks to prove the fame and glory of her home’s legends as the greatest archers of the Confederacy. Dobrek, a mysterious duelist, was drafted as a scout to be sent south to the Greenwater after an unfortunate misunderstanding with the magistrate of Drenon. The Greenwater, a vast inland sea out of which grow trees the size of mountains. A place of savage, primal danger and new opportunity. A place were the depths have never been fully tested, either in the waters or the hearts of its residents.< Less
Greenwater Part One: Leaving Home 6x9 By Luke Green
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Tennel Grimbeck, skinner of the Rolsarn Swamp on the edge of the Confederacy of City States, is leaving the home he’s known for all his life ahead of tragedy and rumors of murder. Runya... More > Sulemar, holy warrior of the Hinoitaur race, has been wandering the expanse of the Dim, the last messenger to carry a warning of doom to the world beyond. Morriga Dagnon, young aristocrat of the city of Drenon, seeks to prove the fame and glory of her home’s legends as the greatest archers of the Confederacy. Dobrek, a mysterious duelist, was drafted as a scout to be sent south to the Greenwater after an unfortunate misunderstanding with the magistrate of Drenon. The Greenwater, a vast inland sea out of which grow trees the size of mountains. A place of savage, primal danger and new opportunity. A place were the depths have never been fully tested, either in the waters or the hearts of its residents.< Less
The Dorset Sopers By Robert Soper
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This is the story of a family. An ordinary family of good farming stock that emerged in Dorset during the English Civil War. By using parish records, service records and much other information it has... More > been possible to trace the family from those simple farm labouring roots, over the centuries, to reveal a huge family of Sopers dotted across the globe. From being illiterate farm labourers they have become successful graduates in a variety of professions living good lives, but no longer in Dorset. One branch became sailors in Queen Victoria's navy and another made its way with an assisted passage on a five month long journey to Australia. There, in a tiny mountain top hamlet, they began a dynasty that became a backbone to the Hunter Valley community. Compiled by Robert Soper it uses many first hand recollections from family members alive and dead and ends with a direct legitimate link back to one of England's greatest kings. A starting point for any person across the globe who bears the name of Soper.< Less
The Dorset Sopers By Robert Soper
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This is the story of a family. An ordinary family of good farming stock that emerged in Dorset during the English Civil War. By using parish records, service records and much other information it has... More > been possible to trace the family from those simple farm labouring roots, over the centuries, to reveal a huge family of Sopers dotted across the globe. From being illiterate farm labourers they have become successful graduates in a variety of professions living good lives, but no longer in Dorset. One branch became sailors in Queen Victoria's navy and another made its way with an assisted passage on a five month long journey to Australia. There, in a tiny mountain top hamlet, they began a dynasty that became a backbone to the Hunter Valley community. Compiled by Robert Soper it uses many first hand recollections from family members alive and dead and ends with a direct legitimate link back to one of England's greatest kings. A starting point for any person across the globe who bears the name of Soper.< Less
Ahwahnee: An Indian Tale By wandering poet
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Ahwahnee is the story of the first discovery of Yosemite Valley by white men in the spring of 1851. This book is historically accurate. This account agrees with known facts, though it is written... More > through Indian eyes rather than from the traditional white perspective. Though this book is fiction, the information offered regarding Indian culture--i.e., hunting & gathering, foods & cooking, shelters, tool making, fire making, etc.--is carefully researched and accurate. The aim is to present a glimpse of Indian culture and life in the mountains and deserts of California and Arizona. Live with the Indians as they gather acorns and pine nuts, fish in the streams, hunt grizzly and deer and wild turkeys. Events from history have been re-written and woven into a beautiful story of two friends on an odyssey. Entertaining, informative, inspirational. ILLUSTRATED "Every student should read this book to understand the pain inflicted on Native Americans by the whites." J. Tony Serra, counter culture lawyer< Less
Bear Stories By John F. Greear
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Stories for children about bears and dogs recollected by John F. Greear and typed by Mildred Greear in the 1950s. New edition with illustrations by Jake Greear.

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