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2010 Cape May "Beach Theater" Calendar — Premium Edition 19 x 13.5 inch (vp) By Michael Longfellow
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• Bold Collector's Limited Edition design • Premium White Linen Paper • Large, full color 19" x 13.5" size • Elegant coil & hole punch for hanging • Space for... More > writing appointments & dates • Includes National Holidays • Photography of Michael J. Longfellow Beautifully photographed, 12-month Calendar. Printed on textured premium linen card stock. 3rd Limited Edition features the photography of Michael Jordan Longfellow and captures the timeless charm of Cape May, America's first seashore resort. This one of a kind gift is a beautiful way to begin the New Year. Hang this beautiful photographic series in your kitchen or den, to enjoy throughout 2010! To see all the monthly photos, click the "Preview" feature under the cover image. Why not order right now?< Less
War Days in Fayetteville, North Carolina: Reminiscences of 1861 to 1865 By J.E.B. Stuart Chapter
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THE town of Fayetteville, North Carolina, although situated amid the piney woods, may be called a picturesque place. It is built on three natural terraces on the Cape Fear River, and the big... More > Clarendon Bridge is the most conspicuous feature in the landscape and the only bridge on the river. Doubtless, the horses, if they could speak, would say the river hill was a very important consideration, as they have to haul all the merchandise brought to Fayetteville up its steep and often muddy though comparatively short ascent, but the inhabitants at large seldom see or think of it. I never saw the river at this point till the day "everybody" went to "see off" the two first companies that were raised in the county to join the Southern army. In my< Less
War Days in Fayetteville, North Carolina: Reminiscences of 1861 to 1865 By J. E. B. Stuart Chapter
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THE town of Fayetteville, North Carolina, although situated amid the piney woods, may be called a picturesque place. It is built on three natural terraces on the Cape Fear River, and the big... More > Clarendon Bridge is the most conspicuous feature in the landscape and the only bridge on the river. Doubtless, the horses, if they could speak, would say the river hill was a very important consideration, as they have to haul all the merchandise brought to Fayetteville up its steep and often muddy though comparatively short ascent, but the inhabitants at large seldom see or think of it. I never saw the river at this point till the day "everybody" went to "see off" the two first companies that were raised in the county to join the Southern army.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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