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EX LIBRIS By John Russell Davis
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This book represents the collected poetry written by John Russel Davis after his retirement from a career as a shoe designer. The poems cover life on a New Hampshire lake, and the trials of politics,... More > and navigation of the perils of old age.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Hawkins of Dickensonville, Russell County, Virginia (Second Edition) By Maxwell Ervin
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Are you a Hawkins or a Holbrook? This Second Edition reveals some startling DNA test results for descendants of Elisha, oldest child of Sallie. This edition expands to sort out all Hawkins of early... More > Russell County. Sallie came from Wilkes Co., NC to Russell Co., VA, where she is head of household in the first extant census of 1820, with three children under 5 years of age. Lowery says his father was James T. Hawkins. The book includes an article on Hawkins origins, a historical perspective of early Dickensonville, a narrative of the early generations in Russell County, information on Hawkins Mill, and documents and photos of some early Hawkins. Also included is a detailed genealogy modified register with index and sources, and a descendants chart. Some other surnames: Steffey, Seargeant, Dickenson, Hall, Willis, Robinson. Johnson, Garrett, Davis, Boyd, Dingus, Roberts, Lovelady, Nall, Cumbow, Campbell, Mays, Ramey, Mahaffey, Suit, Bailey, Fields, Holbrook,Elam, Puckett, and more. 174 pages.< Less
Our Swallow Heritage - Volume I By Russell Robison
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The family history of Thomas and Caroline Crow Swallow (1822-1888 & 1829-1891) and each of their 7 children and their families: Frederick (1849-1893). George (1851-1932), William (1855-1939),... More > Joseph (1858-1942), James (1861-1955), Eliza Esther (1863-1875) and Charles (1865-1957). Has over 300 pages and over 300 photos.< Less
Our Swallow Heritage - Volume I By Russell Robison
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The family history of Thomas and Caroline Crow Swallow (1822-1888 & 1829-1891) and each of their 7 children and their families: Frederick (1849-1893). George (1851-1932), William (1855-1939),... More > Joseph (1858-1942), James (1861-1955), Eliza Esther (1863-1875) and Charles (1865-1957). Has over 300 pages and over 300 photos.< Less
Babe and Al By gart davis
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The families and marriage of Albert Muhlmeister and Margaret Russell Muhlmeister
P J Barnes -- Private Investigator By J Russell Rose
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P J Barnes, born Polly Jean Davis in rural Appalachia, marries her high school sweetheart, temporarily ending her dream of studying at the University of Virginia. After twelve years of marriage to an... More > unfaithful husband, Polly seizes an opportunity to escape her unhappy life.< Less
P J Barnes, P I By J Russell Rose
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Polly Jean Davis, born to a rural Appalachian farm family, marries her high school sweetheart, Doug Barnes, after graduation, ending her dream of attending the University of Virginia. After enduring... More > twelve years of marriage to an unfaithful husband, she seizes an opportunity to reclaim her dream and redefine her life. Upon arrival in Charlottesville, hoping to earn money to help pay for college, she takes a job working with Rick Beeson, a Private Investigator. Polly soon finds herself engulfed in the underworld of drug dealers, assassins and corporate greed. More than once Polly longs for the shelter and the safety of her Appalachian Mountain home – but the life she has found and the love of a kind and gentle man are stronger than the pull of her mountain roots.< Less
The Bitter Principle By Joseph Russell, Jr.
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It was 1994 when I came home. My mother and I laughed at those exceptionable dreamers like Angela Davis, Huey P. Newton, and … I often wondered about there platform and caste. Where they're... More > any different more succinctly socialized? Documentaries say so and others lie as if its possible to scare someone strait. Its demonstrable of a women. I have a soul of ice. Is it worth suffrage? Or “Her” forgone thought. “Light brown people brighten everywhere.” --Rise-man Pai Its not as profound as “Her” love. We'll agree its the feed and our staple. Her success story is our learning. I heard it in a edit and read the principles of healing. It was titled “When God weeps” Eareckson Todas Estes- Unions teach! Anything else is an shit. Atrophied people live; keep your pants on. She's got a ticket I think she gonna use; think she gone to fly away. No one should try and stop her Persuade her with their power. She says that her mind is made. That girl is tarrying my universe. But it were a solid memory.< Less
Midwestern Gothic: Spring 2011 Issue 1 By Robert James Russell, Jeffrey Pfaller
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Midwestern Gothic (ISSN 2159-8827) is a quarterly print literary journal out of Ann Arbor, Michigan, dedicated to featuring work about or inspired by the Midwest, by writers who live or have lived... More > here. Midwestern Gothic aims to collect the very best in Midwestern fiction writing in a way that has never been done before, cataloging the oeuvre of an often-overlooked region of the United States ripe with its own mythologies and tall tales. Issue 1 features fiction and poetry by Peter Anderson, Nick Arvin, Paul Scot August, Devin Becker, Mary Biddinger, Anna Clark, Dan Davis, Jesse Eagle, Hugh Fox, Roxanne Gay, Molly Gaudry, Thomas Horan, Lindsay Hunter, Geoff Hyatt, Jac Jemc, Lania Knight, Dan Lewis, Charles McLeod, Michelle Menting, Weam Namou, Micah Riecker, David Scott Pointer, Katherine Riegel, Joe Sacksteder, Anne Valente, Marc Watkins.< Less