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Army of the Cumberland and the Battle of Stone’s River By Lieutenant-Colonel GILBERT C. KNIFFIN
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
Rivermen of the Cumberland By Chris Bennett
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In need of adventure, and inspired by the explorations of Lewis and Clark, Chris Bennett made a plan to take his small fishing boat on an historic 460-mile journey down the Cumberland River. The trip... More > would begin in Creelsboro, Kentucky, just a few miles below Wolf Creek Dam, and take him through Nashville, Tennessee, and on past the Land Between the Lakes to the Ohio River. Says Chris, “I wanted to seek out new life, and new civilizations; I wanted to boldly go where no electrician, or used guitar salesman, had gone before…” In June of 2007, he recruited Neal "Action" Jackson, of Jamestown, Kentucky, and loaded up his trusty Bass Tracker to set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Part travelogue, part rural history, part high-seas adventure, Rivermen of the Cumberland is funny, inspiring, and insightful.< Less
Rivermen of the Cumberland By Chris Bennett
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In need of adventure, and inspired by the explorations of Lewis and Clark, Chris Bennett made a plan to take his small fishing boat on an historic 460-mile journey down the Cumberland River. The trip... More > would begin in Creelsboro, Kentucky, just a few miles below Wolf Creek Dam, and take him through Nashville, Tennessee, and on past the Land Between the Lakes to the Ohio River. Says Chris, “I wanted to seek out new life, and new civilizations; I wanted to boldly go where no electrician, or used guitar salesman, had gone before…” In June of 2007, he recruited Neal "Action" Jackson, of Jamestown, Kentucky, and loaded up his trusty Bass Tracker to set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Part travelogue, part rural history, part high-seas adventure, Rivermen of the Cumberland is funny, inspiring, and insightful.< Less
Cumberland Plateau 2012 By Susan Clay
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Photos from Cumberland Mt. St. Pk., flowers & rivers on the Cumberland Plateau.
A Geological Reconnaissance of the Region Adjacent to the Kentucky & Virginia State Line, from Cumberland Gap to the Chatterawha or Big Sandy River By P. N. Moore
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A geological exploration of the Virginia Kentucky border area. Indexed.
On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell, Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell, Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
Streetcars of New Jersey - Delaware River Valley By Barker Gummere, Joseph F. Eid, Jr.
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This book is the second of three parts covering the history of streetcars in New Jersey, from horsecar railways to the electric trolley age that rapidly spread throughout the state. This volume... More > covers Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Salem and Warren Counties. It includes Public Service-Southern Division and Public Service RR bust not the five Northern Counties, as these are covered in Volume III. There are more than 100 photographs and complete rosters for all companies that operated in the Delaware River Valley.< Less
A Collection Of Inglewood Memories By Todd Camp Jr.
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This book is a collection of memories based out of a small community in Nashville, Tennessee known as Inglewood. The book features well known people of the community such as country music stars, and... More > politicians. This book also features recognized landmarks and places such as the historic Isaac Litton High School, community churches, famous homes and many others. This book will take you back for a trip down memory lane of a small community located on the Cumberland River in East Nashville.< Less
Landscape Portraits: Derwentwater in Winter By Jonathan Quirk
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A portfolio of photography taken in the English Lake District in winter. Covering Keswick, Derwentwater, Borrowdale, Watendlath, and all the ground in-between, this is a testament to the variety and... More > beauty of the Lakes and its countryside.< Less