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Mt. Vernon Church and School (Hardback) By Elsie Bridgman Proudfoot
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This is the hardback edition of Elsie Bridgman Proudfoot's book about the history of the Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church and Mt. Vernon school, in Marion County, Missouri.
Mt. Vernon Church and School (Perfect Bound) By Elsie Bridgman Proudfoot
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This is the perfect bound (softcover) edition of Elsie Bridgman Proudfoot's book about the history of the Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church and Mt. Vernon school, in Marion County, Missouri.
Fielding Langford By Allen Leigh
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The Life, Ancestors, and Descendants of Fielding Langford
Fielding Langford By Allen Leigh
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The Life, Ancestors, and Descendants of Fielding Langford
FAMOUS VISITORS TO JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS EARLY YEARS 1819-1919 By Howard Joe Ashbrook
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Based on regional newspapers, court records, and local sources - many of which have not been used before - this local history provides new information about the history of Southern Illinois. And... More > since it is about famous people of the time, the book integrates local history into state and national events. For example, it tells about one of Abraham Lincoln's most important (but little known) legal cases. The book also tells about a dramatic confrontation between John A. Logan and a local copperhead during the Civil War. In addition it tells about one of the largest soldiers' reunions in Southern Illinois history that had William Tecumseh Sherman as a featured speaker and attracted thousands of veterans. But the book doesn't just tell about political leaders such as Lincoln, Logan, William J. Bryan, and Theodore Roosevelt. It also describes visits by people such as Clara Barton, Carrie Nation, Helen Keller, Billy Sunday, Branch Rickey, Rogers Hornsby, and many more.< Less
My Trip to Washington, D. C.: A Child's Perspective By Linda Winters & Micki Amos
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Washington D.C. — the Pride of our Nation! What an exciting adventure for a 9-year-old girl! Follow Micki as she gives you a tour of our magnificent Capitol City. Whether it is museums or... More > memorials, historic homes or gardens, a riverboat or a library, Micki will let you know without hesitation just what she thinks of it.< Less
President in the Bathroom By Sean Munger
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The boundaries of time and space--and the dignity of the highest elected office in the land--get irreverently bent in two whimsical short stories by Sean Munger. In "The Stranger of Mt.... More > Vernon," it's Virginia in 1797 and you'll find the welcome mat out and a hot meal waiting for you at the cozy plantation home of George Washington, recently retired as the nation's first president. But you'd better keep an eye on the other guests in residence. One of them is not what he seems. Is he an assassin intent on rubbing out the father of our country--or just a kid trying to pass his history class? What would you do if you saw a dead president in your bathroom? Well, not dead exactly--he seems to be breathing, occasionally swigs from a flask and offers depressing advice to troubled married couples--but that doesn't change the fact that history records he died in 1869. Don't feel on the spot if you don't know exactly how to react in this situation. The characters in "President in the Bathroom" don't either.< Less
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
The Laurel Spur By Roland D. Mullins
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The Laurel Spur is about Appalachian family life, 1800s to present, filtered through the philosophy, psychology, political and religious viewpoint of Kentucky educator, corporate executive, and... More > politician Roland Mullins. It is an exploration of the land and the people who have shaped his life. It is an examination of a seventy year old family secret. It is a meditation on religion and a desire to know and to be. It is a soliloquy on thought and a search for higher meaning.< Less
Another Sunday By Cynthia Strauff
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In 1901, the beautiful, confident Celeste Wells twirls her parasol as she strolls down Baltimore’s fashionable North Avenue, waiting to be noticed by the handsome, wealthy Willie Strauff. She... More > is certain that life will deliver her dreams—love and a house on Mt. Vernon Place. When Willie finally succumbs to Celeste’s sashays, he calls on her, smelling of Ivory Soap and Bay Rum. Quickly, the couple falls in love despite objections over their age difference: Willie is twenty-two; Celeste just sixteen. When Celeste fears she is pregnant, they elope, much to the dismay of their families. Unfortunately, destiny soon finds a different path for Celeste. As the vagaries of fate and her decisions result in blow after blow, she finds inner-strength, replaces her dream, and accepts her circumstances as life comes full circle and she realizes that nothing is ever predictable when love leads the way.< Less

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