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Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 2nd Infantry Regiment By John Rigdon
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The GA Second Infantry Regiment was organized at Brunswick, GA in June, 1861. Its companies were raised in Banks, Jackson, Muscogee, Burke, Bibb, Marion and Stewart counties and placed under the... More > command of Col. Paul Jones Semmes. In April, 1862, the regiment had a force of 607 men. It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days battles to Cold Harbor, except when it was detached with Longsrteet at Suffolk, Chickamauga, and Knoxville. It was later engaged in the Petersburg Siege south of the James River and various engagements around Appomattox. < Less
Raptor In Europe By peter dancey
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The Boeing F/A-22 Raptor won the USAF ATF contract in the 1980s but the airplane had an extraordinary long gestation period. This ebook is an overview of the two designs involed. In early April 2016... More > the first Raptors were deployed to Europe at RAF Milldenhall Suffolk, the base commander claiming the Raptor is 'King of the Skies' in the new millennium. See associated Lulu.com volume for full details through to proposed FB-22 global bomber< Less
No Word of Them: First Battalion New York Sharpshooters, 1862-1865 By John Bennett
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History of New York's civil war unit, the First Battalion New York Sharpshooters. After garrison duty at Suffolk, Virginia, the battalion was assigned to Lysander Cutler's "Iron Brigade,"... More > and engaged in ferocious fighting in the Wilderness and during the siege of Petersburg where its entire combat contingent was captured. Includes transcriptions of portions of diaries of three of the unit's soldiers, and eight photos of the unit's soldiers.< Less
The Ripper Deception By Jacqueline Beard
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A woman dies alone in Ipswich, tormented by a secret from her past. Clues lead to the death of Edmund Gurney in Brighton three years earlier. Work has dried up for Private Detective Lawrence Harpham... More > and his partner Violet. Lawrence takes the opportunity to visit Brighton leaving Violet to conduct her first solo case in Suffolk. Both inquiries lead unexpectedly to Whitechapel and the murder of Frances Coles. Was Frances a Ripper victim and is her murder linked to the autumn of terror? Jack is back – or is he?< Less
Examination Anthology By James P. Wagner
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An Anthology of Poetry by Long Island Poets. Featuring some very prominent poets including the Suffolk County Poet Laureate, the head of the Performance Poets Association, members of the Long Island... More > Poetry Collective, college professors, high school teachers, and students. From students to Laureates, this volume shows what Long Island Poets have to offer.< Less
Painful extractions: Looking back at a personal journey By John Henniker
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Illustrated autobiography of Lord Henniker (1916-2004), including pre-war service with the Foreign Office, wartime in Yugoslavia with Fitzroy Maclean and Tito, postwar with Ernest Bevin, marriage to... More > Osla Benning, Ambassador to Jordan and Denmark, Director-General of British Council, marriage to Julia Poland and their rejuvenation of the Thornham Estate in Suffolk. The Guardian called the book 'breezy and modest'. Read their full review at http://politics.guardian.co.uk/politicsobituaries/story/0,,1208972,00.html< Less
Words for Things: Poems and Photographs By Nicholas Lingwood
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A collection of poetry and photographs from the East Anglian landscape. The 94 poems travel the roads and footpaths and roam the valley fens and heaths. Rare and everyday wildlife all finds a place,... More > together with the patterns of the seasons and daily change. Nicholas Lingwood was born and grew up in Suffolk, before "crossing over" to settle in Norfolk. He walks and engages with wildlife conservation in the surrounding countryside. Nicholas read History at the University of East Anglia, which also inspires his relationship with the landscape.< Less
Late Afternoon in the Hop and Bark Park By Curtis W. Jackson
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It became publicly accessible in 1972. Gardiner Manor Park is a 231-acre preserve located on route 27A in West Bay Shore. It is among the popular attractions in Islip township, New York. Summer dusk... More > is closing in on a south shore Long Island, canine-friendly park where the bunnies hop and hounds bark. Footstep by footstep, paw by paw, this book explores the rustic nature at a Suffolk County preserve. Here is Curtis W. Jackson's visual essay illustrating a subtle contrast between humankind and mammal's impact.< Less
Black Angels By Lloyd Williams
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In a state plagued with corruption and injustice, if it boiled down to it, some members of the Suffolk County, New York, law enforcement would murder their fellow officers to keep their darkest... More > secrets confined to the shadows. A malicious police officer named Gary Cooper was by far the most evil human being Suffolk County had ever seen. His favorite pastime was planting drugs on young black men—tarnishing their records and destroying their futures. Having earned his PhD in social philosophy, Dr. Robert Carter was a revered civil rights activist; his protest for black liberation and socialism gave law enforcement officers who were white-supremacy affiliates a strong desire to see him lynched. They coveted his beautiful wife, his car, and even his home. Robert Carter was persistent in pushing for racial equality. He had a plan to expose Officer Cooper and people who were cut from the same cloth as him, even though it put his life and his family’s life in jeopardy.< Less
Behind Closed Doors - 2010 Tour of Britain By Julian Claxton
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Julian Claxton is a freelance documentary photographer based in Suffolk in the UK. He has a passion for photography, cycling and travelling and tries to combine these interests whenever possible. He... More > has worked on some great commissions and inspiring personal projects, including Life With The Air Ambulance. The latest book, Behind Closed Doors, is a glimpse at life as a professional cyclist. During the 2010 Tour of Britain, Julian was given unprecedented access to one of the British pro teams, Sigma Sport Specialized. Throughout the tour, Julian spent the whole tour in the company of the team, enabling him to provide an insight in to the workings of a professional cycle team and for the first time, allowing access to what really happens after the finish line.< Less

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