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My Calendar
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2014 calendar displaying my favorite landscape and waterscape shots from 2013. Scenes from KY, VA, and TN are featured in this calendar.
My Calendar By C. Josh Givens
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A photographic calendar by C. Josh Givens featuring the former Boston School, a community school, in Butler County, Ky. Measures 13-by-19 inches. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the... More > calendar will be donated to the Butler County Education Preservation Society to be used for local scholarships.< Less
VINH NGHIEM PAGODA IN MY EYES By Mr.K
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Vĩnh Nghiêm Pagoda (Vietnamese language: Chùa Vĩnh Nghiêm; Hán tự: 永嚴寺, literally Ever Solemn) is a pagoda in an area of 6,000 m²... More > at 339, Nam Kỳ Khởi Nghĩa street, Ward 7, District 3 Ho Chi Minh City. This is the first pagoda in Vietnam to be built in Vietnamese traditional architecture style but with concrete[citation needed]. The highest structure in this pagoda is the 7-story, 40m-high tower. This pagoda houses and worship of one buddha and two bodhisattvas: Gautama Buddha, Manjusri, Samantabhadra.< Less
Welcome Treehouse By Royce Nation
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The story of my childhood near Owensboro, KY, my tenure in the US Marine Corps, my career in broadcasting in Denver, my retirement in Mississippi and my world travels
Welcome Treehouse By Royce Nation
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The story of my childhood near Owensboro, KY, my tenure in the US Marine Corps, my career in broadcasting in Denver, my retirement in Mississippi and my world travels
Painting a Picture of the Littrell Family By Dana Hardin Camp
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The title of the book is a tribute to my Great Uncle, George William Littrell. He was such a special man, and he gave us a treasured gift. He wrote a song about his Mama and Daddy and his brothers... More > and sisters, called Painting a Picture. I love this song, and when I listen to it I can see Lacy and Marie, and I can see their children which included my grandmother and my Great Uncle George. George painted a picture with song. And, this showed me there is more than one way to paint a picture. This book also contains a complete family tree ranging from 1600s to 1900s with sources.< Less
Haunting Experiences at Bobby Mackey's By Christel Brooks
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Real stories of some of the hauntings at the most haunted nightclub in America; Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Ky. In my book you will hear first hand accounts of some of the paranormal... More > encounters from a variety of people, from experienced paranormal investigators, people who only took the 30 min tour there, to people who actually conducted investigations there. All stories are first hand accounts without any editing to their stories.< Less
Rolex Three Day 2013 By Hank Miller
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Images I captured during my week long volunteering with the Rolex Three Day Event, Lexington, KY.
Iron Daddy By Jennifer Boileau
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A peek into my husbands' experience of completing his first Ironman triathalon in Louisville, KY. Written for our kids, who did not make the trip w/us.
SLAVE NARRATIVES Volume 10 By INDIANA NARRATIVES
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“My name is John W. Fields and I’m eighty-nine (89) years old. I was born March 27, 1848 in Owensburg, Ky. That’s 115 miles below Louisville, Ky. There was 11 other children besides... More > myself in my family. When I was six years old, all of us children were taken from my parents, because my master died and his estate had to be settled. We slaves were divided by this method. Three disinterested persons were chosen to come to the plantation and together they wrote the names of the different heirs on a few slips of paper. These slips were put in a hat and passed among us slaves. Each one took a slip and the name on the slip was the new owner. I happened to draw the name of a relative of my master who was a widow. I can’t describe the heartbreak and horror of that separation. it was the last time I ever saw my mother for longer than one night. Twelve children taken from my mother in one day.< Less