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Bound Spirits, Book 1: Bloodmoon Cove Spirits Series By Karen Wiesner
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Don’t close your eyes… Nestled on Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin is a small, secluded town called Bloodmoon Cove with volatile weather, suspicious folk…and newly awakened... More > ghosts bent on revenge. Esmeralda “Esme” Dumas comes to the town looking to find work surrounded by wide-open nature, and most of all looking for a place to hide. Park Ranger John Kotter returns to his hometown to find a squatter in the campground host house. He can't help wondering if Esme had anything to do with his father's disappearance last year, but he senses Esme has ghosts of her own. As a child, Esme was kidnapped and locked in a cold, dark basement. Her friends were rodents, insects, and the changeable terror that held her hostage. The only thing that kept her sane those nightmare years were her books. She’s been on the run since her escape a few months ago, never expecting to find another bound spirit come back to life.< Less
'The Last Trail Ride' By Roger L Scott
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Being brought up in the early fifties, with the sources of entertainment limited, the battery operated radio that the Scott's owned helped to take Roger into a world of imagination. With stories of... More > the Old West played on a regular basis. He was more than familiar with the Lone Ranger and Tonto, Roy Rogers, and Gene Autrey, along with so many others that captured his fancy in a way to influenced him still to this day. All this adoration of the Wild-West is so obvious in all the poems in this book which is a tribute to those hearty men who rode the West with just their horses and guns, carving out a civilization and establishing laws where none had existed before. You will enjoy re-living life as you read once again like they did. Both the harshness and the joy of being out on the prairie you will find here, as Roger opens up the world of Cowboys, Gunslingers and Lawmen......All to show how the West was won through the blood and sweat of the American cowboy.< Less
The Last Trail Ride. By Roger L. Scott
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Being brought up in the early fifties with the sources of entertainment limited, the battery operated radio that the Scotts owned helped to take Roger into a world of imagination. With stories of... More > the Old West played on a regular basis, He was more than familiar with the Lone Ranger and Tonto, Roy Rogers, and Gene Autry, along with so many others that captured his fancy in a way to influence him still to this day. All this adoration of the Wild-West is so obvious in all the poems in this book which is a tribute to those hearty men who rode the West with just their horses and guns, carving out a civilization and establishing laws where none had existed before. You will enjoy re-living life as it was lived in those days of the Old West. Both the harshness and the joy of being out on the prairie you will find here as Roger opens up the world of cowboys, gunslingers and lawmen......All to show how the West was won through the blood and sweat of the American cowboy.< Less
A Blessed Life By James Hoyle
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I grew up in southeast Dallas near the current Texas State Fair grounds. At seventeen, I joined the Navy near the end of WW II. After trade schools my business partner and I built a large... More > electrical company with over fifty employees and staff. After I married, I felt God leading me to give our rent house to the ministry of Dallas Teen/Life Challenge. I served at my local church and on the Teen Challenge board for twenty years. After retirement, I traveled for over ten years in the “RV” ministry. I traveled throughout America wiring new churches. I served my local church as Royal Ranger Senior Commander and as a church board member for over forty-one years. I went to the Philippines on a mission trip. I know the pain of having an absent father, having a child die as a young adult, and a farm accident which injured my left hand, requiring five surgeries. In chapter XXV, you can read my songs, poems, and stories. My story shows how God can bring someone out of poverty into a life filled with riches.< Less
Let Slip the Dogs of War: A Memoir of the 1st Raider Company, Korea, 1950–51 By John W. Connor
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Merriam Press Korean War Series. A few weeks after North Korea invaded the South, a Provisional Raider Co. was created to blow up bridges and railway tunnels behind enemy lines. Of 800 volunteers,... More > 115 made the cut, enduring weeks of grueling training. Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they took and held open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Division. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on 14 Dec 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On 1 Apr 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is their story, as told by a member of the unit. 32 photos, 7 documents.< Less
Let Slip the Dogs of War By John W. Connor
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Merriam Press Korean War Series. A few weeks after North Korea invaded South Korea, MacArthur authorized the creation of a Provisional Raider Co. Of 800 volunteers, 115 made the cut, enduring weeks... More > of grueling training. Raiders went ashore at Inchon with the Marines, and X Corps at Wonsan. They conducted long-range intelligence-gathering patrols in which they also inserted and removed Korean agents. During the Chosin Reservoir campaign they took and held open the mountain passes for the withdrawal of the Marines and the 7th Div. The Raiders were evacuated from North Korea on 14 December 1950, and assigned anti-guerrilla activities in South Korea. At Chang-to they were cut off and surrounded by two North Korean regiments. On 1 April 1951, all Ranger and Special Operations units were disbanded because the army high command believed they were not being utilized properly. This is their story, as told by a member of the unit. 32 photos, 7 documents.< Less
Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly 1973 Edition By Boulder Genealogical Society
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Vol 5, No 1, Feb 1973; Origins of Sunshine; Records St. John’s Episcopal Church; Burials in Sunset Cemetery; Burials in Salina Cemetery; Burials in Pleasant View Cemetery; Pioneer John H... More > Pickel; Mortuary Records-Deaths and Burials April 1902 to February 1904; Ltr from Span-Amer War; Vol 5, No 2, May 1973; Origins of Caribou; History Catholic Church in Boulder; Early Catholic Baptisms; Pioneer Barnett Dodd; Pioneer Peter J Johnson; Seitel Family Bible; School Teachers 1890s; Vol 5, No 3, Aug 1973; Origins of Lyons; Burials Sacred Heart of Jesus; Pioneer John Brierly; Pioneer John Dawson; Long-Emery Family Bible; Steinaker Family Bible; Pioneer Cemeteries Boulder County; Burials Superior Cem; Muster Roll Tyler’s Rangers, Colorado Militia; Neil Carmichael Sullivan, Jr; Dr Charles Chauncey; Rules for Boulder Teachers 100 Years Ago; Vol 5, No 4, Nov 1973; Origins of Jamestown; Moxcey Family Sampler; Early Women Doctors; Burials Sunshine Cem; Officers 1st Methodist Church; Deaths by May 31, 1885< Less
The Life of Francis Marion By William Gilmore Simms
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Francis "Swamp Fox" Marion (February 26, 1732 – February 27, 1795) was a military officer who served in the American Revolutionary War. Acting with the Continental Army and South... More > Carolina militia commissions, he was a persistent adversary of the British in their occupation of South Carolina in 1780 and 1781, even after the Continental Army was driven out of the state in the Battle of Camden. Due to his irregular methods of warfare, he is considered one of the fathers of modern guerrilla warfare, and is credited in the lineage of the United States Army Rangers. He was known as the Swamp Fox. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Marion Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Gilmore Simms (April 17, 1806 – June 11, 1870) was a poet, novelist and historian from the American South. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Gilmore_Simms< Less
Historical Sketch and Roster of The Tennessee 12th Cavalry Regiment (Green’s) By John C. Rigdon
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The Tennessee 12th Cavalry Regiment [also called 1st Partisan Rangers] was organized behind Federal lines in February, 1863. The men were from the counties of Fayette, Tipton, Shelby, Haywood, and... More > Gibson. It served R.V. Richardson's and Rucker's Brigade, confronted the Federals in Tennessee and Mississippi, and in October totaled about 300 effectives. Later it was active in Georgia, fought at Memphis, then was part of Hood's operations in Tennessee. During February, 1865, the regiment was broken up. Some of its members became part of the 3rd (Forrest's Old) Tennessee Cavalry. Companies Of The Tennessee 12th Cavalry Regiment Co. "A". Fayette County. Co. "B". Fayette County. Co. "C". Tipton County. Co. "D". Shelby County. Co. "E". Shelby County. Co. "F". Fayette County. Co. "G". Tipton County. Co. "H". Fayette County. Co. "I". Haywood County. Co. "K". Fayette County.< Less
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