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Deep In December By Whitworth Stokes
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The autobiography of a man born in 1937 in Nashville, Tennessee and his varied careers as an attorney, college professor, disc jockey and author that led him to Memphis, Washington,DC, Daytona Beach,... More > Florida,and Louisville,Kentucky.< Less
The Benefit Of Her Gifts. The Love of Betty Cook By David Huey Cook
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This narrative, which encompasses the first fifty years of Betty Cook’s life, may become a valued resource for her sons, daughters-in-law, fourteen grandchildren, extended family, and many... More > friends, particularly from Crescent Hill Baptist Church, in Louisville, Kentucky.< Less
The Good Easy Life By Chuong Ngo
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Today and in the future with today's Internet technology, more people spend welfare money on Internet luxuries such as online games. As a result, one American city called Louisville became a welfare... More > state as the homeless flood and decay the city's once thriving city life into a socialist city state. A young boy from Louisville who leaves behind his inept coddling parents to live with his girlfriend's family in Ireland to take on the many challenges that life offers because the rewards are greater when the hard path is taken. But the question is will he make it in life? Only God will tell from his efforts.< Less
The Ripper's Daughter By Pamela Turner
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Louisville, Kentucky 1898 Ten years earlier, Jack the Ripper terrorized London's Whitechapel district. Assigned to the case, Detective Inspector Nathan James discovered the Ripper's true nature, and... More > made a decision that changed his life. But the murders stopped, and the Ripper disappeared. Now living in Louisville, Kentucky, Nathan runs a saloon, while trying to keep his relationship with his manservant, Stephen, secret. He's never forgotten his failure to stop the Ripper, and when murdered prostitutes start showing up, suspects the elusive killer stalks the city's streets. But is the Ripper responsible for these deaths, and will he reveal Nathan's and Stephen's darkest secret?< Less
The Garden of Dreams By Madison Julius Cawein
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Madison Cawein (March 23, 1865 – December 8, 1914) was a... More > poet from Louisville, Kentucky.Madison Julius Cawein was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 23, 1865, the fifth child of William and Christiana (Stelsly) Cawein. His father made patent medicines from herbs. Thus as a child, Cawein became acquainted with and developed a love for local nature.After graduating from high school, Cawein worked in a pool hall in Louisville as a cashier in Waddill's New-market, which also served as a gambling house. He worked there for six years, saving his pay so he could return home to write.His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing presented Kentucky scenes in a language echoing Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats. He soon earned the nickname the "Keats of Kentucky". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison_Cawein< Less
One Day & Another: A Lyrical Eclogue By Madison Julius Cawein
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Madison Cawein (March 23, 1865 – December 8, 1914) was a... More > poet from Louisville, Kentucky.Madison Julius Cawein was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 23, 1865, the fifth child of William and Christiana (Stelsly) Cawein. His father made patent medicines from herbs. Thus as a child, Cawein became acquainted with and developed a love for local nature.After graduating from high school, Cawein worked in a pool hall in Louisville as a cashier in Waddill's New-market, which also served as a gambling house. He worked there for six years, saving his pay so he could return home to write.His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing presented Kentucky scenes in a language echoing Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats. He soon earned the nickname the "Keats of Kentucky". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison_Cawein< Less
Idyllic Monologues: Old and New World Verses By Madison Julius Cawein
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Madison Cawein (March 23, 1865 – December 8, 1914) was a... More > poet from Louisville, Kentucky.Madison Julius Cawein was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 23, 1865, the fifth child of William and Christiana (Stelsly) Cawein. His father made patent medicines from herbs. Thus as a child, Cawein became acquainted with and developed a love for local nature.After graduating from high school, Cawein worked in a pool hall in Louisville as a cashier in Waddill's New-market, which also served as a gambling house. He worked there for six years, saving his pay so he could return home to write.His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing presented Kentucky scenes in a language echoing Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats. He soon earned the nickname the "Keats of Kentucky". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison_Cawein< Less
Shapes and Shadows By Madison Julius Cawein
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Madison Cawein (March 23, 1865 – December 8, 1914) was a... More > poet from Louisville, Kentucky.Madison Julius Cawein was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 23, 1865, the fifth child of William and Christiana (Stelsly) Cawein. His father made patent medicines from herbs. Thus as a child, Cawein became acquainted with and developed a love for local nature.After graduating from high school, Cawein worked in a pool hall in Louisville as a cashier in Waddill's New-market, which also served as a gambling house. He worked there for six years, saving his pay so he could return home to write.His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing presented Kentucky scenes in a language echoing Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats. He soon earned the nickname the "Keats of Kentucky". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madison_Cawein< Less
Kayla: A Modern - Day Princess By Deirdre Pecchioni Cummings
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This book is the first of a seven-part series. It is meant to inspire children to value themselves and all those around them. Readers will watch Kayla grow up and live the life of her dreams. Deedee... More > Pecchioni Cummings is an attorney, therapist, and CEO of Abi, LLC. She is a graduate of Bennett College and the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law. In her writing, Deedee focuses on sharing powerful, inspiring, and uplifting messages that remind us all to begin again. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky. Erika Busse believes that everyone is an artist who has the ability to tap into their childlike instincts. Originally from Louisville, Kentucky, and a graduate of Christian Academy, she is currently enrolled as an art and business student at the University of Alabama. Erika draws inspiration from wandering in nature and letting her mind do the same.< Less
Railroad Defenses Of The Bluegrass By Charles H. Bogart & William M. Ambrose
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The Defenses of the Kentucky Central Railroad, Lexington and Frankfort Railroad, and Kentucky River during the Civil War (1861-1865). During the Civil War, railroads for the first time played a vital... More > strategic, logistical, and communications role in military operations. Both the Federal and Confederate forces used the railroad network to transport troops and supplies. In addition, the railroad telegraphs provided instant communications from the battlefield to the home front. The Kentucky Central Railroad connected Covington with Paris, Lexington, and Nicholasville. Supplies and materials were shipped across the Ohio River from Cincinnati to Covington by ferry to the railhead in Covington. The Kentucky Central served the rich agricultural region of Central Kentucky which supplied a large number of hogs and cattle for the Federal Army. The Louisville, Frankfort & Lexington Railroad connected Louisville with Lexington by way of Frankfort.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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