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Faces of the Future By Ed Breeden
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Photos taken while on a TRI-S trip to South Dakota
The Red Road: Language, Legends, and Lifeways of the Cheraw, Keyauwee, Pee Dee, Santee, and Wateree By S. Pony Hill
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The Cheraw, Keyauwee, Pee Dee, Santee, and Wateree were the southernmost tribes that were once part of the Eastern Siouan Nation. Here you can find an overview of their ancient language, legends, and... More > culture.< Less
The 1855 History of the Americas By Jean-Baptiste Guillory
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This book is the history of the Americas, North, Central and South as told in the year 1855. This book is a must for students of American history
THE NATURALIST ON THE RIVER AMAZONS By Henry Walter Bates
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Henry Bates describes the flora, fauna and native peoples he encountered on his travels in the Amazon Basin. Fully illustrated edition.
THE NATURALIST ON THE RIVER AMAZONS By Henry Walter Bates
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Henry Bates describes the flora, fauna and native peoples he encountered on his travels in the Amazon Basin. Fully illustrated edition.
Take The Water To The Mountain By Keith R. Rees
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Take the Water to the Mountain explores the journey of a young woman who yearns for personal freedom while struggling to hold onto her strong familial bond and Native American heritage she has left... More > behind. It tells the tale of Lily Brownwood,a young Native American from the Arapaho nation. Lily sets out on a personal quest of discovery which takes her from her native home in Oklahoma to the shores of South Texas. There she finds a new world of enlightenment that is full of unique, colorful, and quirky characters. All of which help guide her along the true path of self-purpose and the realization that the ties that bind are everywhere and can never be broken. It is a tale of redemption and healing as well as the testament that no matter how deep the scars are from the past, all wounds can be healed on the hills of life.< Less
Take the Water to the Mountain By Keith R. Rees
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Take the Water to the Mountain explores the journey of a young woman who yearns for personal freedom while struggling to hold onto her strong familial bond and Native American heritage she has left... More > behind. It tells the tale of Lily Brownwood,a young Native American from the Arapaho nation. Lily sets out on a personal quest of discovery which takes her from her native home in Oklahoma to the shores of South Texas. There she finds a new world of enlightenment that is full of unique, colorful, and quirky characters. All of which help guide her along the true path of self-purpose and the realization that the ties that bind are everywhere and can never be broken. It is a tale of redemption and healing as well as the testament that no matter how deep the scars are from the past, all wounds can be healed on the hills of life.< Less
History of the 69th North Carolina By Byron Teater
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History of the 69th North Carolina Infantry Confederate States of America.
Oak Alley (Part One) By Steven Weighman
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This is the story of Blackfoot Murphy and his son Andrew as well as the story of William Madison and his son Patrick. One family from the South and one family from the North in the years leading up... More > to and during the Mexican-American war and through the tumultuous period leading up to the Civil War. Blackfoot, part Native American, owns the plantation "Oak Alley". Follow the families as they grow and adapt to changing times and deal with the adversity of a country that is still forming and coming to terms with its moral responsibilities.< Less
The Red Road: Language, Legends, & Lifeways of the Cheraw, Keyauwee, Pee Dee, Santee, & Wateree By S. Pony Hill
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Once part of the great Sioux Nation, the Cheraw confederated tribes previously inhabited villages along major waterways spread from mid-North Carolina to as far south as mid-South Carolina. This is a... More > collection of their legends, culture, and a primer on their ancient language.< Less

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