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South of Houston By Michael Samford
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Poetry of rhyme and free verse
South of Houston By Michael Samford
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North and South By Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
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Nineteen-year-old Margaret Hale happily returns home from London to the idyllic southern village of Helstone after her cousin Edith marries Captain Lennox. She lived for almost 10 years in the city... More > with Edith and wealthy Aunt Shaw to learn to be a young lady. Margaret has refused an offer of marriage from the captain's brother, Henry, an up-and-coming barrister. Her life is turned upside down when her father, the local pastor, leaves the Church of England and the rectory of Helstone as a matter of conscience; his intellectual honesty has made him a dissenter. At the suggestion of Mr. Bell, his old friend from Oxford, he settles with his wife and daughter in Milton-Northern (where Mr. Bell was born and owns property). The industrial town in Darkshire (a textile-producing region) manufactures cotton and is in the middle of the Industrial Revolution; masters and workers are clashing in the first organised strikes.< Less
North and South By Elizabeth Gaskell
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Because of theological doubts, the Rev. Mr. Hale gives up his living as a Church of England priest. He, his wife, and their daughter, Margaret, leave the idyllic village of Helstone, in Hampshire in... More > the South, and move to Milton, an industrial town in the North. For most of her youth Margaret, now eighteen or nineteen, has been brought up in London by her wealthy Aunt Shaw; she has rejoined her parents only after the marriage of her vivacious but shallow cousin Edith to Captain Lennox. The captain's brother, Henry, a rising barrister, had asked for Margaret's hand but, regarding him as just a friend, she declined his offer.< Less
North and South By Elizabeth Gaskell
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Because of theological doubts, the Rev. Mr. Hale gives up his living as a Church of England priest. He, his wife, and their daughter, Margaret, leave the idyllic village of Helstone, in Hampshire in... More > the South, and move to Milton, an industrial town in the North. For most of her youth Margaret, now eighteen or nineteen, has been brought up in London by her wealthy Aunt Shaw; she has rejoined her parents only after the marriage of her vivacious but shallow cousin Edith to Captain Lennox. The captain's brother, Henry, a rising barrister, had asked for Margaret's hand but, regarding him as just a friend, she declined his offer. Settling in smoky Milton, the Hale women are troubled by urban dirt and commercial go-getting. Mr. Hale now works as a tutor. His favourite pupil is the important manufacturer, Mr. Thornton. Staying to tea, Thornton debates with the naive, "humanistic" Hales about the condition of the working class, strikes, and the other mill owners.< Less
Petunias By Zaynab Gholston
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Petunias, the first book by young author Zaynab R. Gholston, has earned second place in the CityLit/Baltimore's Child Magazine's first annual Maryland Young Writers Contest. Jayda, a new... More > middleschooler, wakes up one morning to find that she and her beloved cat, Carolina, share an awful suprise.< Less
Petunias By Zaynab Gholston
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Petunias, the first book by young author Zaynab R. Gholston, has earned second place in the CityLit/Baltimore's Child Magazine's first annual Maryland Young Writers Contest. Jayda, a new... More > middleschooler, wakes up one morning to find that she and her beloved cat, Carolina, share an awful suprise.< Less
Long Time Gone By Les Rolston
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Experience the entire Civil War through the eyes of the soldiers-North and South. Fast paced, this very human story reads like you're watching a movie. "During wartime, soldiers never know the... More > whole picture. Tracing the surprising parallel lives of childhood friends and kinsmen, Elisha Hunt Rhodes of the 2nd R. I. Regiment and James Rhodes Sheldon of the 50th Georgia Regiment, amidst the background of the Civil War from beginning to end, Les Rolston has shed new light from primary and secondary sources and added a poignant human touch to history." Robert Hunt Rhodes-editor of ALL FOR THE UNION: THE CIVIL WAR DIARY AND LETTERS OF ELISHA HUNT RHODES as featured in the PBS-TV series THE CIVIL WAR by Ken Burns.< Less
A History of Grovania Georgia By PAHS
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A book about the history of Grovania, a small rural town in south Houston County, Georgia
To Acres Homes, With Love; An entertaining novel about tragedy, triumph, and love. By Shelondra Peavy
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This novel is a short and sweet tale of varied events in Shavonne Tate's life. It includes the tragedy of losing a loved one and the triumph of overcoming 'everyday struggles'. And best of all, it... More > offers several examples and experiences of love.< Less

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