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The Travelling Smile By Romayne Allen
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Romayne’s poetry is being published for the benefit of God’s children – those who know Him now and those who are about to discover their own Five Pair of Boots. One of the most... More > frequently published poems without regard for authorship or copyright is The Traveling Smile, the poem after which this book is named. Romayne had a beautiful smile, and her Traveling Smile is like a stone dropped into a pool that sends ripple upon ripple of love, which may have already reached you.< Less
Yesterday By Tim Wilkinson
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Volume II of a three volume set containing the complete Poetry of Tim Wilkinson/Wayne Wilkes, 1975 to 2010
The Family of John Franklin and Clarissa Elizabeth Rose Rash By Marie Benge Craig Roth
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This is a family history of the Frank and Clarissa Rash family who lived in Wilkes and Alleghany Counties in North Carolina. Their ten children are described and followed through their adult lives. ... More > Dates and locations are included.< Less
Estelle "Long Creek" By Ruby Marie
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Estelle Williams was born on an ordinary, uneventful cold day in February 1949, in Wilkes County Georgia, the second of three, the second daughter, not the son her father had wished for. She was the... More > first of her family to be born in the local hospital, her sister had been born at home. Her mother had left home right before Estelle started first grade, and left her, her sister and little brother with their father. No one knew where she went. Estelle was a very shy girl, unnoticed, her summers were spent working in the fields and swimming in Long Creek, but everything changed in summer of 1963. It was mid-July when Estelle had her father drop her off at her friend's house on his way to the local beer joint. Alice lived a few miles down the road. They were talking about boys and school when they heard a car racing down the dirt driveway. Estelle had an uncontrollable urge to peek out the window to see who had pulled up, she had always had a sixth sense about things, and an uneasy feeling had come over her.< Less
Poet's Progress By James Larkin Pearson
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The memoirs of James Larkin Pearson (1879-1981), the second Poet Laureate of North Carolina. Born in a crude cabin atop Wilkes County's Berry Mountain, James Larkin Pearson was determined to become a... More > poet. He had little formal education, and spent his early years in farming and carpentry. Pearson said he "Worked on the farm till I was 21 years old. Many of my poems were composed as I went about my work on the farm. I always carried my notebook and pencil to the field with me, and as I trudged between the plow-handles in the hot sunshine, my mind was busy working out a poem." In addition to his poetry, Mr. Pearson published The Fool-Killer a successful newspaper that acquired a circulation of some 5,000 readers. On August 4, 1953, Governor William B. Umstead appointed Pearson as the North Carolina Poet Laureate of the State. He held this post until his death, on August 27, 1981.< Less
Poet's Progress By James Larkin Pearson
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The memoirs of James Larkin Pearson (1879-1981), the second Poet Laureate of North Carolina. Born in a crude cabin atop Wilkes County's Berry Mountain, James Larkin Pearson was determined to become a... More > poet. He had little formal education, and spent his early years in farming and carpentry. Pearson said he "Worked on the farm till I was 21 years old. Many of my poems were composed as I went about my work on the farm. I always carried my notebook and pencil to the field with me, and as I trudged between the plow-handles in the hot sunshine, my mind was busy working out a poem." In addition to his poetry, Mr. Pearson published The Fool-Killer a successful newspaper that acquired a circulation of some 5,000 readers. On August 4, 1953, Governor William B. Umstead appointed Pearson as the North Carolina Poet Laureate of the State. He held this post until his death, on August 27, 1981.< Less
Battle Prosthetic By Pete Froslie
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Eight Stories a Little Late By Tim Wilkinson
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Eight new stories by the Author of, "Tales From The Land of My Heart" and "The Other Side of Darkness." Tales of Love, Life, Loss and Home.
Blackmailers of London By Bernard Besserglik
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A trilogy of screenplays set in Georgian London which has become a home from home for a community of French revolutionaries, schemers, chancers, adventurers and sundry blackmailers, among them... More > Beaumarchais, the creator of Figaro, and the chevalier d'Éon, the former soldier who is tempted to resolve his political difficulties by becoming a woman. Each screenplay focuses on a single character (though several are recurrent): the master-blackmailer and general man-about-town Théveneau de Morande, the disgraced diplomat the chevalier d'Éon whose gender becomes the subject of a nationwide betting craze, and the countess Jeanne de la Motte, instigator of the Queen's Necklace affair which shook the French monarchy to its foundations. Meanwhile the political firebrand John Wilkes - Mister Liberty to his fellow citizens - is cooking up a scheme which could overthrow King George III, and the American Revolution is coming nicely to the boil.< Less
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates By Edwin Erle Sparks
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Stump Speaking— As the American people pushed their way across the continent from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the thin edge of advancing civilization was known as the "frontier." It... More > was made up of courageous spirits who subdued the Indians, drove the French and Spanish from their pathway, slew the wild beasts, felled the forests, built their log cabins, and planted their fields. Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett belonged to these hardy people. Cut off from the comforts and privileges which they had enjoyed before migrating to "the West," these people resorted to various makeshifts to supply their needs. They used Indian moccasins on their feet, and coonskin caps on their heads. Lacking newspapers, they learned the issues of the political campaigns by assembling to hear the candidates who, in turn, mounted the stump of a felled tree in the streets of the frontier town and from that forum addressed the voters.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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