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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
The Warwick Railroad and Villages Along the Way By David Tremblay
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This book was started years ago by Henry Brown and Donald D’Amato and never made it to print. The purpose was to show an insight of this very small railroad and the coast line villages in... More > Warwick, Rhode Island. Here we describe the railroad history and some of the history of areas that the railroad passed through. In its short history, 1876-1935, this was a very exciting and influential time period. Finally the mill workers had a way of getting away from the mill villages, the wealthy to have summer homes on the sea shores and then there was the start of baseball and golf. All along the way there were camp grounds like Cole’s and Buttonwood, men’s clubs, speakeasies and hotels to cover the needs of those who chose to make the trip. Unfortunately the poorly-run railroad caused its own demise as well as the new invention of the automobile. The railroad did make its mark; however, it gave competition to the steamboats, which was the only easy way to get to these areas for the roads were poor or non-existent.< Less
The Warwick Railroad and Villages Along the Way By David Tremblay
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This book was started years ago by Henry Brown and Donald D’Amato and never made it to print. The purpose was to show an insight of this very small railroad and the coast line villages in... More > Warwick, Rhode Island. Here we describe the railroad history and some of the history of areas that the railroad passed through. In its short history, 1876-1935, this was a very exciting and influential time period. Finally the mill workers had a way of getting away from the mill villages, the wealthy to have summer homes on the sea shores and then there was the start of baseball and golf. All along the way there were camp grounds like Cole’s and Buttonwood, men’s clubs, speakeasies and hotels to cover the needs of those who chose to make the trip. Unfortunately the poorly-run railroad caused its own demise as well as the new invention of the automobile. The railroad did make its mark; however, it gave competition to the steamboats, which was the only easy way to get to these areas for the roads were poor or non-existent.< 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
The Clock Strikes Thirteen By Mildred A. Wirt
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Number Seven in the Penny Parker Mystery Series. Sinister hooded riders are terrorizing farmers at night, and most of the farmers are reluctant to talk. Meanwhile, a man named Blake makes a generous... More > donation to the Riverview orphan's camp and offers to buy their land, but Penny suspects that he is somehow trying to cheat the orphans. Penny links the hooded bandits to Blake and prevents the orphans from being cheated.< Less
The Clock Strikes Thirteen By Mildred A. Wirt
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Number Seven in the Penny Parker Mystery Series. Sinister hooded riders are terrorizing farmers at night, and most of the farmers are reluctant to talk. Meanwhile, a man named Blake makes a generous... More > donation to the Riverview orphan's camp and offers to buy their land, but Penny suspects that he is somehow trying to cheat the orphans. Penny links the hooded bandits to Blake and prevents the orphans from being cheated.< 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