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Towns County - A Pictorial History By Michael Gora
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A Pictorial History of Towns County, GA, reprinted from the 1992 edition, with revisions and corrections/
Greenlaw - An Ancient County Town By James Denham
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Greenlaw in Berwickshire since early times was the county town and headquarters of the local justiciary. The area has been populated continuously since the days of pre history and was on the... More > receiving end of wave after wave of attack from Romans, Angles, Saxons and the Vikings. In more recent times, the town has settled down in to a quiet rural community, no longer a seat of politics or law but still the pride remains and its ancient history will never die. it is also the destination for many visitors to the local holiday park who marvel at the ancient church and the sublime architecture of the town hall. Many wonderful walks are to be had through the woodlands and on the side of the River Blackadder.< Less
The History of Sligo: Town and County - Vol. I By Terrence O’Rorke
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This classic and well-loved history of Sligo was first published in 1889. Its author, the Rev. Archdeacon Terrence O’Rorke, was born and bred in Sligo, This important history is, of course, a... More > product of his times and situation, however, it remains a work of fascination for anyone with connections to Sligo’s past and its people, and - because of the importance of the events played out in that county – an important reference for anyone interested in the history of Ireland.< Less
The History of Sligo: Town and County - Vol. I By Terrence O’Rorke
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This classic and well-loved history of Sligo was first published in 1889. The present edition has been reformatted using a pleasing modern searchable text, retaining the original illustrations. Also,... More > new notes have been added. Its author, the Rev. Archdeacon Terrence O’Rorke, was born and bred in Sligo, This important history is, of course, a product of his times and situation, however, it remains a work of fascination for anyone with connections to Sligo’s past and its people, and - because of the importance of the events played out in that county – an important reference for anyone interested in the history of Ireland.< Less
Small Town Voices Series Vol. 1: The Poets of Marshall County, Tennessee By fern greenbank
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The Small Town Voices Series showcases the talents of people living in America's small towns, villages and hamlets. Vol. 1 offers poetry from Marshall County, Tennessee.
Volume 5063, Nelson (town), Buffalo County, WI --- Nemanja Jaramaz By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 5063, Nelson (town), Buffalo County, WI---Nemanja Jaramaz Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the... More > inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Annals of the Town of Concord, by the County of Merrimack, N.H. By Jacob B. Moore
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Originally published in 1824. This book is a history of Concord, N.H. from its first settlement, in the year 1726 to the year 1823, with several biographical sketches, to which is added a memoir of... More > the Penacook Indians. Footnotes and sources. 112 pages< Less
A County Prison By J. G. Parkes
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In the 18th and 19th centuries Inveraray was the county town of Argyllshire in Scotland. As a result both the criminal court and prison were situated in the town on the shore of Loch Fyne. "A... More > County Prison" tells the story of the prison and also reflects upon the reform movement which brought about changes in the mid-19th century.< Less
Oak County By John Gallagher
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Matthew Kooper ran away thirty years ago. Now he has returned to his native Wisconsin. Yet, Oak County has grown a bit sleazy and Kooper’s family has fallen into disrepair with his... More > mother’s death. His ex-fiancé, Dawn Bullock, has remained cold and single in order to make her orchard business thrive. Kooper decides to remain in the tourist town so he can make things better. He rekindles his business friendship with the opulent playboy Harold Teague. Matthew even becomes a bartender and successfully brings his extended family back together—but not before tragedy takes its toll on the entire town.< Less
Oak County By John Gallagher
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Matthew Kooper ran away thirty years ago. Now he has returned to his native Wisconsin. Yet, Oak County has grown a bit sleazy and Kooper’s family has fallen into disrepair with his... More > mother’s death. His ex-fiancé, Dawn Bullock, has remained cold and single in order to make her orchard business thrive. Kooper decides to remain in the tourist town so he can make things better. He rekindles his business friendship with the opulent playboy Harold Teague. Matthew even becomes a bartender and successfully brings his extended family back together—but not before tragedy takes its toll on the entire town.< Less