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Old Town By Sherry Wood
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You never know where the day may take you… For Marcy, a typical day at work turns into a dream come true when her favorite rock star, Shane Jackson, wanders into the record store. Her life... More > will never be the same. Neither will it be for her best friend Heather, who is attacked that night. As the story unfolds, everyone in Marcy’s life reveals their secrets and reasons for doing what they are doing. It’s not long before her life feels like a lie and she doesn’t know who to believe anymore – Heather’s ex-boyfriend, who is convinced Heather is evil, Shane, who rushes off late at night for “VH1 meetings,” or herself. The more company you keep, the less you know.< Less
A Portrait of Old George Town By Grace Dunlop Peter
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An Old Town By the Sea By Thomas Bailey Aldrich
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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: Thomas Bailey Aldrich (/ˈɔːldrɪtʃ/;... More > November 11, 1836 – March 19, 1907) was an American writer, poet, critic, and editor. He is notable for his long editorship of The Atlantic Monthly, during which he published works by Charles Chesnutt and others. He was also known for his semi-autobiographical book The Story of a Bad Boy, and for his poetry, which included "The Unguarded Gates".Thomas Bailey Aldrich was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire on November 11, 1836. When Aldrich was a child, his father moved to New Orleans. After 10 years, Aldrich was sent back to Portsmouth to prepare for college. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Bailey_Aldrich< Less
Old Town New World By Jason Broadwater
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The Internet, cowork, urban renewal, the creative class, collaboration, and the punk rock economy comprise tomorrow’s Main Streets of small town USA. Old Town New World is a glimpse into a... More > new cultural era in our nation, called by author Jason Broadwater The Connectivity Age. Written through personal stories, experiences, and musings on both broad shifts and specific tactics for economic development success in small cities, Old Town New World is part treatise, part memoir, and part case study of Rock Hill, SC.< Less
Old Towns of Alabama By Barry George
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Old Towns in East Tuscaloosa and North Bibb Counties of Alabama ♦ Town Genealogical Reconstruction and History ♦ Eastern Tuscaloosa County Towns: Baylor ♦ Bramlett ♦... More > Bucksville ♦ Caffee Junction ♦ Chamblee ♦ Docray ♦ Dowdle ♦ Giles ♦ Goethite ♦ Greeley ♦ Hickman ♦ Martaban ♦ McMath ♦ Reno ♦ Rickey ♦ Tannehill ♦ Vance ♦ Northeastern Bibb County Towns: Bibbville ♦ Green Pond ♦ Woodstock ♦ Including history, families, census transcriptions, land patents, maps and photographs< Less
Old Towns of Alabama By Barry George
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Old Towns in East Tuscaloosa and North Bibb Counties of Alabama ♦ Town Genealogical Reconstruction and History ♦ Eastern Tuscaloosa County Towns: Baylor ♦ Bramlett ♦... More > Bucksville ♦ Caffee Junction ♦ Chamblee ♦ Docray ♦ Dowdle ♦ Giles ♦ Goethite ♦ Greeley ♦ Hickman ♦ Martaban ♦ McMath ♦ Reno ♦ Rickey ♦ Tannehill ♦ Vance ♦ Northeastern Bibb County Towns: Bibbville ♦ Green Pond ♦ Woodstock ♦ Including history, families, census transcriptions, land patents, maps and photographs< Less
Old Town Books By C. L. Bergh
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Who says old folks are boring? Not Kat. She spends every summer with her grandmother at Old Town Books. Grandma's bookstore, located on the ground floor of her grand Victorian, plays host to the... More > town's gossipy residents. Grandma is always ready with her own brand of wit and freely voices her opinion even if it is not always polite. Between Tuesday Bingo Night and Sunday lunch at Luby's Grandma keeps Kat's summers busy and full of excitment. Grandma falls in love with her bookstore rival, someone dies and a conspiracy brews. Watch as Kat and Grandma discover the truth along with all of Old Town.< Less
Old Town Books By C. L. Bergh
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Who says old folks are boring? Not Kat. She spends every summer with her grandmother at Old Town Books. Grandma's bookstore, located on the ground floor of her grand Victorian, plays host to the... More > town's gossipy residents. Grandma is always ready with her own brand of wit and freely voices her opinion even if it is not always polite. Between Tuesday Bingo Night and Sunday lunch at Luby's Grandma keeps Kat's summers busy and full of excitment. Grandma falls in love with her bookstore rival, someone dies and a conspiracy brews. Watch as Kat and Grandma discover the truth along with all of Old Town.< Less
Historic Fredericksburg: The Story of an Old Town By John T. (John Tackett) Goolrick
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An Old Town by the Sea, (Portsmouth, NH) By Thomas Bailey Aldrich
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CONTENTS: I.Captain John Smith; II. Along the Water Side; III. A Stroll about town; IV. A Stroll about town (con't); V. Old Strawberry Bank; VI. Some Old Portsmouth Profiles (see Preview); VII.... More > Personal Reminiscences; Index of Names (see Preview). An excerpt from an ad in the Boston Daily Advertiser c. 1873 states the following about 'An Old Town by the Sea': This "Old Town" is Portsmouth, NH, rich in historical memories and associations from the days of "Strawberry Bank" to the present.It has not yielded to the passion for modern improvement and still possesses much of the old-time charm and a quaintness suggestive of the days when it was the capital of New England's only royal province. Mr. T.B. Aldrich has never lost his love for his native town,, as several of his books abundantly prove. This book abounds in descriptions of topography, is full of historical incidents and anecdotes of historical & eccentric characters, and all in the author's charmingly characteristic style.< Less