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County Court Records 1800-1816, Knox Co, KY By James Alan Williams
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This is an abstracted transcription of Knox County Court Book A, June 1800 - February 1816.
"THE TERRIBLE TIME" the Civil War in Bell, Knox, Laurel and Whitley Counties By wayne taylor
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Historical accounts of the War Between the States in Eastern Kentucky
"THE TERRIBLE TIME" the Civil War in Bell, Knox, Laurel and Whitley Counties By wayne taylor
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Historical accounts of the War Between the States in Eastern Kentucky
The Terrible Time: The Civil War in Kentuck's Bell, Knox, Laurel & Whitley Counties By Wayne Taylor
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Historical accounts of the War Between the States in Eastern Kentucky
Knox County, Kentucky: History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors By M. Secrist
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This publication aims to served as a valuable resource for your genealogical research of your Knox County ancestors. Many biographical and genealogical sketches, as well as a history of Knox County,... More > Kentucky, has been collected and presented here.< Less
Knox County, Kentucky: History Revealed Through Biographical and Genealogical Sketches of Its Ancestors By M. Secrist
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This features a history of the county, as well as numerous biographical and genealogical sketches of Knox County ancestors. This book aims to serve as a valuable resource for your family history... More > research. The information herein derive from a great variety sources, such as books, news articles, vital records, war records, wills, etc. Through these sketches a fascinating history of Knox County, Kentucky, is revealed!< Less
Manure Pond By T Knox Willson
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Based on actual events, this heart-wrenching story of survival involves a man who has set out to provide for his family in a crushed Michigan economy. But when his latest and greatest plan puts him... More > away for a year in the Grand Traverse County Jail, the forced solitude opens a gate to a past that would be better left undisturbed. In this tale of adventure and heartbreak, told from the point of view of the main character, Collin Patrick O'Malley, the author leads you through the life of a struggling adult and his adolescent self. Follow Collin through the darkest depths of his past and present hell, to the funniest events of his youth, alongside his best friend, and with his poor Michigan family of seven as they trek throughout Michigan like nomads. This book will have you guessing what happened in the years between Collin's childhood and the events leading up to his current predicament.< Less
Central Ohio Roller Dolls 2013 By Basement Studios
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Central Ohio Roller Dolls 2013 Pinup Calendar with additional months into 2014. A portion of the revenue will support the Central Ohio Roller Dolls.
The Life and Times of Mary Wikoff Oliver 1861-1896 By Julie Claydon
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Step back into the 19th century as seen through the eyes of a woman who enjoyed attending the opera and having afternoon tea. Mary Wikoff Oliver was the wife of a successful businessman in Hastings,... More > Nebraska during the 1880's and 1890's. Follow Mary and Oswald Oliver's lives through two of Mary's journals; one chronicling their newlywed days in 1881 and the other describing their First Class travels throughout Europe and the British Isles. Mary’s 1884 journal describes such highlights as catching a glimpse of Queen Marie Henrietta strolling the gardens at the Kings Palace in Brussels and ordering a dress from the world renowned couturier Redfern, dressmaker to Queen Victoria. Imagine traveling during an era when the modern form of communication was the telegraph and letter writing was the only way to learn of news from family and friends. Through Mary Wikoff Oliver’s diaries and photographs we're able to peek into the past and see what the life and times were life during a much different era.< Less
Henry Everett Ney By Hugh Hagius
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Everett Ney was born in Shelby County, Illinois, in 1881. He grew up in Lake Arthur, Louisiana, where his family grew rice, and for many years he was the gardener of Victory Park in Baton Rouge. ... More > In the 1940s he removed to Birmingham, Alabama, where his face and flowing beard became a familiar sight to the many residents who passed him every day at First Avenue and Eighteenth Street, selling copies of the Post-Herald and the News. In time he was discovered by artists and photographers who employed him as a model. Mr. Ney turned out to have the knack of looking like an inspired prophet, or a grizzled frontiersman as required. With the help of Mr. Ney's granddaughter Eleanor Bailey, Hugh Hagius has assembled a gallery of these professional portraits, along with a selection of images of Mr. Ney from family pictures. They comprise a photographic record of his life from infancy to old age, through a variety of bearded and clean-shaven looks.< Less