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Riverview Dairy By Frank Ingram (Ingimundarson)
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This is an Ingimundson family narrative describing Riverview Dairy (1927-1948). The dairy was on the west bank of the Red River a couple of miles north of Selkirk Manitoba. A simple description of a... More > simpler time.< Less
RiverView Alabama: My Hometown By James Grover Leak
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This 700 page book is about the small cotton mill town of RiverView (now a part of Valley, Alabama) located on the western bank of the Chattahoochee. It contains sections on the river, the mill, the... More > village, the churches, the stores, and the people. There is also a military section and some Federal census pages that relate to the area.< Less
The Leak Families of Chambers County By James Grover Leak
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This 100 plus page book contains the history (as known to the compiler) of the Leak Families who lived in Chambers County, Alabama from 1850 through 1980. It begins with Samuel and Margaret (Goggans)... More > who were in Laurens County, SC in 1840 and in Chambers County, AL in 1850 and ends with the children of Doss Samuel Leak, Sr.< Less
Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail By Ernie Conner
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The Chattahochee Valley Railroad Trail provides an historical bicycing adventure that connects the rider to the cotton mills of the past. Other than the mills closing and the rails being removed for... More > a bike trail, not much has changed in the last hundred years. Follow the ride from Langdale through Fairfax to Riverview.< Less
Chattahoochee Valley Railroad Trail By Ernie Conner
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The Chattahochee Valley Railroad Trail provides an historical bicycing adventure that connects the rider to the cotton mills of the past. Other than the mills closing and the rails being removed for... More > a bike trail, not much has changed in the last hundred years. Follow the ride from Langdale through Fairfax to Riverview.< Less
Shawmut Alabama: My Hometown By James Grover Leak
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"Shawmut Alabama: My Hometown" (over 600 pages) is the 4th in a series about the mill villages that are now incorporated as Valley, Alabama. Each of these towns grew up around one of the... More > textile mills of the West Point Manufacturing Company. Previously published books (available through LuLu) include "RiverView Alabama: My Hometown", "Fairfax Alabama: My Hometown" "Langdale Alabama: My Hometown" and now "Shawmut Alabama: My Hometown.< Less
Flight Pattern By Crystal D. Wireman
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A young woman, who works at as a front desk clerk at a hotel, in Riverview Arbor. The young woman works constantly, and lives alone. While working, she hears a loud BOOM. Deducting that it came from... More > behind the hotel, she rushes out to investigate. There she finds, staggering out of a small crater, is a man. When she inquires about his condition, he simply smiles, and the mysteriously vanishes into the dust. Later on, he ends up crashing into her house. So furious she never thinks to ask questions, he ends up leaving without a word. Somewhere in Riverview Arbor, there is a very rich, very furious, very evil man, angry that a carefully planned bank robbery went awry. This man is bent on having as much money as humanly possible, by any means necessary. So he calls in his “henchmen” to find the reason for the foiled bank robbery. Turns out that the reason is the same mysterious stranger that “crash landed” into the area behind the hotel, and into the unsuspecting desk clerk's house.< Less
Musical Portraits : Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers By Paul Rosenfeld
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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: Paul Leopold Rosenfeld (May 4, 1890 – July 21, 1946) was an... More > American journalist, best known as a music critic.He was born in New York City into a German-Jewish family. He studied at Riverview Military Academy, Poughkeepsie, and Yale University, graduating in 1912.After further education at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, he became a prolific journalist, writing on literature and art as well as music. He was one of the Alfred Stieglitz circle, and favoured an intellectually heavyweight and quite European approach. His friend Edmund Wilson, writing two years after Rosenfeld's death, expressed the thought that his articles had become too uncompromising for the public taste, as time went by. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Rosenfeld< Less
A Photo Tour of the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick By Ray Boucher
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New Brunswick, Canada once boasted of having over 200 covered bridges. By 2009 only 64 remained. This book will carry you on a photographic journey to the remaining 64 covered bridges scattered... More > throughout the province. The photos are grouped by county and with the exception of Gloucester, the counties are grouped alphabetically. Within the county the bridge photos are presented in such a way as to take the viewer on short day trips of 2 to 6 bridges should you wish to visit personally. As you read the little blurbs accompanying each bridge you will find many having two names. The first name is the one designated by the Department of Transportation. The second name (found in brackets) is the name most commonly used by the local population. In addition you will find a picture of a small walking covered bridge in Riverview and a tourist information center built as a covered bridge at Coles Island.< Less
First Person Paramount By Ambrose Pratt
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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: Ambrose Goddard Hesketh Pratt (31 August 1874 – 13 April... More > 1944) was an Australian writer born into a cultivated family in Forbes, New South Wales.He was the third of seven children of Eustace Pratt, a well-connected physician fluent in Mandarin Chinese who had spent some time in India and China, and was a friend of Henry Parkes and Edmund Barton. Ambrose himself was brought up by an amah. His grandfather Henry Pratt, also a medical man, had in his later years become obsessed with Eastern religions and philosophies of India and Tibet. He was educated at St Ignatius' College, Riverview and Sydney Grammar School. He had private tutors for French, German, and the manly arts boxing, riding, fencing and shooting. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambrose_Pratt< Less