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Runaway Swimmer By Joshua Sipper
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John Skipper is thrown into the world of the mountain-dwelling Cherokee after his family is murdered. During his stay in the care of the Cherokee people, he meets Tsalahi Hinote. John subsequently... More > takes his revenge on his family's murderer and departs, taking Tsalahi with him. John's impetuous actions catch up with him years later when his youngest son, George Washington Skipper, is abducted by a Cherokee woman. George's older brother Samuel blames himself. George, who has been renamed Runaway Swimmer, grows up to become the protégé to a Cherokee leader. Samuel is a farmer and has a son named after the brother he still mourns. When his son is called into service, Samuel volunteers in an attempt to protect him. Meanwhile, Runaway, is sent to Mobile, Alabama to train soldiers who, in his estimation, are all too old or too young to fight. The brothers look for a future that may never be, and remember a past that could have been. http://www.runawayswimmer.com/index.htm< Less
Runaway Swimmer By Joshua Sipper
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John Skipper is thrown into the world of the mountain-dwelling Cherokee after his family is murdered. During his stay in the care of the Cherokee people, he meets Tsalahi Hinote. John subsequently... More > takes his revenge on his family's murderer and departs, taking Tsalahi with him. John's impetuous actions catch up with him years later when his youngest son, George Washington Skipper, is abducted by a Cherokee woman. George's older brother Samuel blames himself. George, who has been renamed Runaway Swimmer, grows up to become the protégé to a Cherokee leader. Samuel is a farmer and has a son named after the brother he still mourns. When his son is called into service, Samuel volunteers in an attempt to protect him. Meanwhile, Runaway, is sent to Mobile, Alabama to train soldiers who, in his estimation, are all too old or too young to fight. The brothers look for a future that may never be, and remember a past that could have been. http://www.runawayswimmer.com/index.htm< Less
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Earthfast, the Dawn of a New World By Richard Thornton
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Earthfast is the culmination of a lifetime of architectural practice and seven years of concentrated research. The journey began when archeologists at the American Museum of Natural History asked... More > Richard to prepare architectural drawings of the Mission Santa Catalina de Guale on St. Catherines Island, GA. One discovery led to another. A big, black hole in American history was filled by reading dozens of obscure 16th and 17th century books, plus visiting many archaeological sites. Being Creek Indian, Richard was able to discern evidence from passages on Native Americans that were missed by earlier scholars. This is the first book to comprehensively examine the architecture and planning practices of the early French, Spanish and English colonies. It is unique. Richard Thornton is a professional Architect & City Planner with degrees from Georgia Tech and Georgie State University. He is the national Architecture columnist for the Examiner and appeared on the premier of the History Channel's America Unearthed.< Less
Earthfast, the Dawn of a New World By Richard Thornton
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Earthfast is the culmination of a lifetime of architectural practice and seven years of concentrated research. The journey began when archeologists at the American Museum of Natural History asked... More > Richard to prepare architectural drawings of the Mission Santa Catalina de Guale on St. Catherines Island, GA. One discovery led to another. A big, black hole in American history was filled by reading dozens of obscure 16th and 17th century books, plus visiting many archaeological sites. Being Creek Indian, Richard was able to discern evidence from passages on Native Americans that were missed by earlier scholars. This is the first book to comprehensively examine the architecture and planning practices of the early French, Spanish and English colonies. It is unique. Richard Thornton is a professional Architect & City Planner with degrees from Georgia Tech and Georgie State University. He is the national Architecture columnist for the Examiner and appeared on the premier of the History Channel's America Unearthed< Less
Travels By William Bartram
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The title says: it all! This book describes the travels of the author through what we now know as the Old South of the United States. He traveled through this area in the late colonial period and... More > made extensive descriptions of the geography, geology, topography, hydrology the people and their manners and customs and beliefs, the animal and vegetable life he encountered during this very long journey. Whether you love old books, travel, bio- or geo-science, social studies or whether you are looking for a multi-disciplinary work for home school curricula, this is an excellent book for your consideration.< Less
Travels By William Bartram
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The title says: it all! This book describes the travels of the author through what we now know as the Old South of the United States. He traveled through this area in the late colonial period and... More > made extensive descriptions of the geography, geology, topography, hydrology the people and their manners and customs and beliefs, the animal and vegetable life he encountered during this very long journey. Whether you love old books, travel, bio- or geo-science, social studies or whether you are looking for a multi-disciplinary work for home school curricula, this is an excellent book for your consideration.< Less
Critters By Matt Hewitt
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An off beat coloring book of various critters native to the American south west.
Ancient Footprints By Gary R. Varner
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When we think of the “First Americans” we generally tend to think of the American Indian. After all, there is no doubt that the Indian has lived in North America for thousands of years,... More > descended from those original explorers who trekked across the Bering land bridge. At least this is what we are taught in school. But is this entirely correct? Were there others that came perhaps before and during the original population of North and South America by those that would later be called “Native Americans”? Were there others that embarked on expeditions to the mysterious lands to the west (or east) that brought not only trade goods but knowledge and ideas of other religions, cultures and oral traditions?< Less

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