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Memories Worth Remembering By Paul Stansbury et al.
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In October and November of 2018, The Boyle County Public Library offered a writing workshop entitled Memories Worth Remembering. The purpose of the workshop was to provide writers the opportunity to... More > learn how to write a short recollection (500-2000 words) about a life experience. These recollections are presented as they were originally written, with as little editorial interference as possible. Only the most obvious and readily recognizable typographic errors have been corrected. Vernacular and syntax have been preserved. After all, these were not created as a literary work. Rather, they are the authors’ fond reminiscences shared with you the reader. As such, they deserve to be presented in their original form.< Less
Starr County Line By Chris Gilbreath
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1975. Rural south Texas. Deputy Roe Robinson arrives at the scene of a local man’s murder and apprehends a Mexican national with a gun and ten grand in his pocket. In the dead man’s... More > attic: One hundred thousand dollars’ worth of Mexican dope. When Sheriff JD McKinnon arrests the suspect and places him in the local jail, he unwittingly places himself between the citizens of Pinto, Texas and a bloody tidal wave of drug violence that threatens to wipe the impoverished little border town from the map. Taut and gritty, Starr County Line bares for the reader the once innocent soul of small town life and the burden of those lawmen sworn to protect it in a time of courage testing, heartbreaking drama along the Texas/Mexico border.< Less
Civil War-Co.-"B" - Worth Rebels - Georgia-10th Battalion - The Soldier's Stories By Lanette H. Brightwell
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Civil War - Company "B" - Worth Rebels - 10th Battalion Georgia Infantry - The Soldiers Stories. This book is a factual, historial account of the battles fought by Company "B". ... More > Company "B" had 120 men, soldiers and this book tells their story. What became of the men? Did they die? or live and return home? The stories of the men's lives, families are told. If it is known where they died and are buried is told. A wonderful book chocked full of data about the Worth's Rebels - Company "B" of Georgia 10th Battalion Infantry.< Less
Confederate Graves of Emanuel County, Georgia- Color Edition By John Michael Ridgdill, Sr.
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Looking for a Confederate soldier who was born in Emanuel County, Georgia? Or, how about a Confederate soldier who was buried in Emanuel County, Georgia? Well, look no further. This book contains the... More > names of approximately 330 Confederate soldiers who are buried in Emanuel County, and the names of approximately 593 Confederate soldiers who were born in Emanuel County, but buried elsewhere. You'll find listed, whenever possible, the dates of birth & death for each soldier, any service record info available, where they were born, their parents, to whom, when, and where they were married, and their known children, as well, making this a great book for the genealogist or family historian, also. This is the new "Color Edition." More expensive than the 2009 Version, but well worth the price. Don't miss out. ***Order by January 31st, and get 10% off! Enter the code READ2011 at checkout.***< Less
Confederate Graves of Emanuel County, Georgia- Color Edition By John Michael Ridgdill, Sr.
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Looking for a Confederate soldier who was born in Emanuel County, Georgia? Or, how about a Confederate soldier who was buried in Emanuel County, Georgia? Well, look no further. This book contains the... More > names of approximately 330 Confederate soldiers who are buried in Emanuel County, and the names of approximately 593 Confederate soldiers who were born in Emanuel County, but buried elsewhere. You'll find listed, whenever possible, the dates of birth & death for each soldier, any service record info available, where they were born, their parents, to whom, when, and where they were married, and their known children, as well, making this a great book for the genealogist or family historian, also. This is the new "Color Edition." More expensive than the 2009 Version, but well worth the price. Don't miss out. ***Order by January 31st, and get 10% off! Enter the code READ2011 at checkout.***< Less
Brooks of Stanly, Union and Anson Counties, North Carolina Family History By B.C. Brooks
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FULL COLOR BOOK! Family History of the Brooks of Stanly, Union and Anson Counties, North Carolina with documents and notes pertaining to Ezekiel Brooks vs. Siddy Brooks along with letters, notes on... More > Confederate Brooks and packed full of photos from different branches of the family! There's family branches here from NC, SC, GA, AL, TX, and AR plus numerous tiny branches into many other states. This book is full color and kind of expensive, but it's worth it for the photos. It is basically the Brooks website in Coffee Table format. Give me some feedback if you think a black and white cheaper version is necessary and I will make it for you. My opinion on this book was that it just had to have color for the photos.< Less
Brooks of Stanly, Union and Anson Counties, North Carolina Family History By B.C. Brooks
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FULL COLOR BOOK! Family History of the Brooks of Stanly, Union and Anson Counties, North Carolina with documents and notes pertaining to Ezekiel Brooks vs. Siddy Brooks along with letters, notes on... More > Confederate Brooks and packed full of photos from different branches of the family! There's family branches here from NC, SC, GA, AL, TX, and AR plus numerous tiny branches into many other states. This book is full color and kind of expensive, but it's worth it for the photos. It is basically the Brooks website in Coffee Table format. Give me some feedback if you think a black and white cheaper version is necessary and I will make it for you. My opinion on this book was that it just had to have color for the photos.< Less
Chatham County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol 2 (1778-1938) By Stewart Dunaway
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Chatham County was formed in 1771, from the southern part of Orange County. Chatham County is within the Granville District (35 deg north 34 min lat) and contains very old settlers and road routes.... More > Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. In fact, it is also apparent that if a county has too small of an ejectment collection to warrant a standalone box(s) then they appear in their miscellaneous collection. Chatham Co. have their ejectments in Misc. Records (box 1) and transcribed in this authors work in Volume 1. This is the second and last box or records for this county, and contains more of the usual “odds and ends” that reside in a miscellaneous collection. However, one key part of this box is the wonderful folder of plats and surveys. A plat (drawing) can help so much in certain cases where the text is difficult to follow. As the saying goes – a picture is worth more than a thousand words.< Less
The Impact of Slavery On the Education of Blacks in Orange County, North Carolina: 1619-1970 By Rosetta Austin Moore
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Can integration break the oppression faced by Black Americans, or will it crystallize long-held images and send Blacks deeper into a spiral of dependency? Rosetta Austin Moore, a longtime educator... More > who taught in segregated and integrated schools, asks that question and many others in this extensive study of the education system for Blacks in North Carolina. She traces the struggles of Blacks to survive and learn, beginning with their forced entry into the United States in 1619, drawing on primary documents, charts, illustrations, and a treasure trove of data in four appendixes. The book reveals how a pattern of withholding information, denying access to educational opportunities, and subjecting a people to negative indoctrinations about their self-worth, their families, their race, and their place in society has damaged the Black community’s desire to reach for greater heights.< Less
The Impact of Slavery On the Education of Blacks In Orange County, North Carolina: 1619-1970 By Rosetta Austin Moore
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Can integration break the oppression faced by Black Americans, or will it crystallize long-held images and send Blacks deeper into a spiral of dependency? Rosetta Austin Moore, a longtime educator... More > who taught in segregated and integrated schools, asks that question and many others in this extensive study of the education system for Blacks in North Carolina. She traces the struggles of Blacks to survive and learn, beginning with their forced entry into the United States in 1619, drawing on primary documents, charts, illustrations, and a treasure trove of data in four appendixes. The book reveals how a pattern of withholding information, denying access to educational opportunities, and subjecting a people to negative indoctrinations about their self-worth, their families, their race, and their place in society has damaged the Black community’s desire to reach for greater heights.< Less

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