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Mingo Train By Victor Kibe
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A first hand experience in an adventure that put my life on the line. This was my journey to be a millionaire and with Francis on my side it was supposed to be easy and we would be the richest in the... More > city. Our plan was a top secret. Then I met Mingo and his train- a train indeed. Absolutely thrilling.< Less
Mingo Springs Hotel By gary priest
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Mingo Springs Hotel opened in 1896 with 5 camps and in 1906 a large hotel was added. This book reveals the early history of the hotel
Mingo Springs Hotel By gary priest
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Mingo Springs Hotel opened in 1896 with 5 camps and in 1906 a large hotel was added. This book reveals the early history of the hotel
The Matewan Effect Bloody Mingo By Oakley Dean Baldwin
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With the development of the coal rich territories and the large need for coal, progress was coming to Mingo County. Men of all nationalities and ethnic origins headed to the hills seeking the work... More > opportunities the coal mines had to offer. It was a mixed bag of both employers and employees. You might say it was a collage of the good, the bad, and the ugly of humanity. The events leading up to the Matewan massacre caused the largest war on U.S. soil since the Civil War (1861-1865). It was known as the Blair Mountain War. You may not have heard much about this war, but “it actually happened.”< Less
Mingo Road, the script By Paul W. Cooper
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Screenplay for a major motion picture. A man is released after 16 years in prison and returns to the town where he was responsible for the accidental deaths of 18 children. Brodie Ransom, 37,... More > returns to Garnet, OK after a 16 year absence. News spreads like wildfire through the little town and reactions are intense. No one thought he would have the nerve to ever come back.< Less
Mingo, and Other Sketches in Black and White By Joel Chandler Harris
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Uncle Remus: His Songs and His SayingsJoel Chandler Harris... More > (December 9, 1848 – July 3, 1908) was an American journalist, fiction writer, and folklorist best known for his collection of Uncle Remus stories. Harris was born in Eatonton, Georgia, where he served as an apprentice on a plantation during his teenage years. He spent the majority of his adult life in Atlanta working as an associate editor at the Atlanta Constitution.Harris led two professional lives: as the editor and journalist known as Joe Harris, he supported a vision of the New South with the editor Henry W. Grady (1880–1889), stressing regional and racial reconciliation after the Reconstruction era. Excerpt from:< Less
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There is a cause that has the power to change the course of our society, heal the ills of our communities, and determine the future of our very existence. It is a cause of great significance, but its... More > significance is being weakened by the prison system, capitalism, social genocide, irresponsibility, and absenteeism. Yet the power of this cause remains unmatched, unmistakable, and irreplaceable; its effects are certain and irrefutable.< Less
Every Victim Has a Name: The Faces of Cyberbullying By Monyelle Mingo
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A guide to help parents, teachers, and administrators in the identification, intervention and prevention of cyberbullying. Chapters- 1. Defining Cyberbullying 2. Statistics 3. Warning Signs 4.... More > Impact 5. Every Victim Has A Name 6. Prevention 7. Laws 8. Resources< Less
Baby Makin', Infertility and FABULOUSNESS! By Monica Mingo
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Being FABULOUS while dealing with infertility.
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We must begin to lay emphasis on the genuine novelty and the apparent distinctness of who we are. We are people of immense greatness, kings, queens, princes, and princesses, noble people of dignity;... More > and we must emphasize this without prejudice, shame, or bigotry. For we are not the only race endowed with these attributes and certain uniqueness. Every race has gifts and abilities that are unique to that race and it behooves all of us to respect those gifts. Our differences are the glue that bonds us together as human beings. But our accomplishments as people of color can only be evident when we begin eliminating that which has kept us in bondage, that which is much stronger than the physical chains that once shackled us. These are the shackles of cynicism and mistrust that we have towards each other...We must trustingly forge together our abilities, talents, gifts, and visions for the future putting finally to rest the insidiousness of mistrust.< Less

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