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The Villages of Sandy Spring By Thomas Y. Canby
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An edited collection of first-person accounts of growing up in Montgomery County, Maryland before the 1970s, when it was a landscape of farms and rural villages. Writers remember a wide variety of... More > experiences, including artisan work, family life, race relations, commerce, transportation, play, and work. Originally published in a series by Sandy Spring Museum.< Less
The Villages of Sandy Spring By Thomas Y. Canby
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An edited collection of first-person accounts of growing up in Montgomery County, Maryland before the 1970s, when it was a landscape of farms and rural villages. Writers remember a wide variety of... More > experiences, including artisan work, family life, race relations, commerce, transportation, play, and work. Originally published in a series by Sandy Spring Museum.< Less
A Study of Sandy Hook By Katherine Batten MacDowell
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In “A Study of Sandy Hook,” photographer and author Katherine Batten MacDowell explores the vibrant ecology of Sandy Hook, New Jersey. In this collection photos, she explores the... More > peninsula through the seasons of winter and spring throughout the hours of the day. Capturing wildlife and the wilds of the water, Katie reflects on how the landscape impacts her and how she absorbs it all in and comes to finding meaning in the world around her.< Less
Shingle Springs Hat By Sandy "Sandyfroglegs" Scofield
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Easy to Crochet hat-perfect for a breezy day or a night of play.
18 Poems By Triece Bartlett
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Poetry from 8th grade through the recent events at Sandy Hook. Various themes and styles. I did not include the 4th grade poem called, "Spring," but perhaps I should, now. Spring spring,... More > what a wonderful thing, nature faces, the human races, we sing, just like spring. I promise some of the others will be better. That was my first attempt at poetry when I was nine or ten. Many many moons ago. In High School, I wrote "Frogs." Frogs can't dance; Frogs can't play; Frogs go to France, and become Frogs Legs.< Less
The Atkins-Barbee Family History By Royce Bryant Smith
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The genealogical research by Royce Bryant Smith of the Atkins-Barbee Family. Inspired by the collection of data from the descendants of Mattie Pearl Atkins Parson, Smith has rightly named this book... More > for the originators of the family. Tracing the history of Sandy Barbee who migrated to Lake County and finally Gibson County, Tennessee after Emancipation and Robert Atkins who settled in Newbern, Tennessee, Smith dedicates this production to its off-springs.< Less
Major Warburton's Explorations: Northern and Western Exploration By Peter Egerton Warburton
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Major Warburton's Explorations: Northern and Western Exploration by Peter Egerton Warburton. This work includes Major Warburton Diary of Exploration across the Northern Interior of Australia,... More > Journey Across the Western Interior of Australia and the Journal of Colonel P. Egerton Warburton. Warburton undertook several expedition between 1866 and 1872 to the Interior of Australia. After leaving Alice Springs in April 1873, they endured long periods of extreme heat with little water, and survived only by killing the camels for meat. They reached the Oakover River with Warburton strapped to a camel. On 11 January 1874 they were brought to Charles Harper's de Grey station in northern Western Australia. They had conquered the formidable Great Sandy Desert to become the first to cross the continent from the centre to the west. Some of the camels used in the expeditions where abandon and the decendants still travel to the deserts of Australia.< Less
The Other Roswell: UFO Crash on the Texas-Mexico Border By Noe Torres, Ruben Uriarte
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Startling eyewitness testimony that is every bit as riveting as the story of the 1947 Roswell UFO crash. On a clear spring day in 1955, Air Force pilot Robert Willingham was piloting an F-86 fighter... More > jet across West Texas when an object “as bright as a star” streaked past his aircraft going over 2,000 miles per hour and then executed a flawless 90-degree turn. After pursuing the UFO in his jet, the decorated World War II and Korean War veteran watched in awe as the mysterious object suddenly plunged to the Earth near Del Rio, Texas. A short time later, he visited the crash site and found a large silver UFO impacted into the side of a sandy hill. Nothing could have prepared him for what he experienced next, and it changed his life forever.< Less