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THE MYSTERIOUS MACO LIGHTS By Morris F. Britt
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What started as a ghost story in 1868 has evolved into a permanent mystery. Near Wilmington, North Carolina there is the village of Maco. It was Farmer's Turnout and an active train depot for... More > engines to take on wood and water after the Civil War. A train conductor named Joe Baldwin was accidentally decapitated there in a train collision. The lantern which he was frantically waving at night was tossed out across the tracks. From that date there has appeared a mysterious light, sometimes two lights, that move ominously up the track or track bed. It was then the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad and later became the Atlantic Coast Line.< Less
TAMING THE HOT MESS By Earth Handsome
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Witness the plight of a stockbroker who falls for a stripper named Vivid Taste, who turns his world inside out. After settling the score between the sheets, he goes home for the holiday to find... More > himself in another hot bed of tantalizing passion with Samantha Wilmington, a smokin’ attorney, who turns out to be married to Mr. Big Shot.< Less
TAMING THE HOT MESS By Earth Handsome
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Witness the plight of a stockbroker who falls for a stripper named Vivid Taste, who turns his world inside out. After settling the score between the sheets, he goes home for the holiday to find... More > himself in another hot bed of tantalizing passion with Samantha Wilmington, a smokin’ attorney, who turns out to be married to Mr. Big Shot.< Less
Adventist: The Autobiography Of Joseph Pyram King By Wesley E. Bassett
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Edited by Wes Bassett, Joseph P. King's autobiography spotlights American life between 1846 and 1946. King tells of his boyhood in Wilmington, N.C., during the Civil War, his bout with Yellow Fever,... More > and his love affair with his wife of 60 years. He also tells of his long service as a minister. Included is his defense when he was put on trial for heresy in 1880. This 2nd edition contains corrections, additions, and a section of newly uncovered and collected photographs.< Less
Adventist: The Autobiography Of Joseph Pyram King By Wesley E. Bassett
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Edited by Wes Bassett, Joseph P. King's autobiography spotlights American life between 1846 and 1946. King tells of his boyhood in Wilmington, N.C., during the Civil War, his bout with Yellow Fever,... More > and his love affair with his wife of 60 years. He also tells of his long service as a minister. Included is his defense when he was put on trial for heresy in 1880. This 2nd edition contains corrections, additions, and a section of newly uncovered and collected photographs.< Less
Masters of the Shoals By Jim McNeil
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In 1862 Cape Fear pilots became increasingly vital when the Union navy blockaded Cape Fear to prevent needed supplies from reaching the Confederate port of Wilmington. The tales of these masters of... More > the shoals sing of high adventure and courage under fire in this painstakingly researched book, which according to the Washington Times is “. . . a valuable and meticulous accounting of one chapter of the South’s failing struggle again the Union,” or in the words of The Advocate “. . . as personal as a family memoir, as authoritative and enthusiastic as the best history.”< Less
Robert Delford Brown: Meat, Maps and Militant Metaphysics By Mark Bloch
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Robert Delford Brown (b. 1930) was an important part of the Happenings, Fluxus, performance art, and mail art scene in the 1960s. In 1967 he founded the First National Church of the Exquisite Panic.,... More > Inc., which continues to this day on www.funkup.com. In this 156-page full-color catalog, edited and designed by New York City artist and writer Mark Bloch, the Guest Curator for a show at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, North Carolina, Brown's historic, fun, iconoclastic and controversial life and work are explored.< Less
Robert Delford Brown: Meat, Maps and Militant Metaphysics By Mark Bloch
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Robert Delford Brown (b. 1930) was an important part of the Happenings, Fluxus, performance art, and mail art scene in the 1960s. In 1967 he founded the First National Church of the Exquisite Panic.,... More > Inc., which continues to this day on www.funkup.com. In this 156-page full-color catalog, edited and designed by New York City artist and writer Mark Bloch, the Guest Curator for a show at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, North Carolina, Brown's historic, fun, iconoclastic and controversial life and work are explored.< Less
The Counterpane Fairy By Katharine Pyle
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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: Katharine Pyle (November 23, 1863 – February 19, 1938) was... More > an American artist, poet, and children's writer.Born in Wilmington, Delaware, the youngest offspring of William Pyle and Margaret (Painter), she was the sister of author and artist Howard Pyle. She was educated at the Women's Industrial School and the Drexel Institute, then studied at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and the New York Art Students' League. She lived in Wilmington her whole life, except four years in New York during the 1890s.Her art was exhibited at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. She found work as an illustrator no later than 1895, but her first major success occurred in 1898 with The Counterpane Fairy. Over the course of her career she wrote over 30 books and illustrated the works of others. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katharine_Pyle< Less
Once Upon a Time in Delaware By Katharine Pyle
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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: Katharine Pyle (November 23, 1863 – February 19, 1938) was... More > an American artist, poet, and children's writer.Born in Wilmington, Delaware, the youngest offspring of William Pyle and Margaret (Painter), she was the sister of author and artist Howard Pyle. She was educated at the Women's Industrial School and the Drexel Institute, then studied at the Philadelphia School of Design for Women and the New York Art Students' League. She lived in Wilmington her whole life, except four years in New York during the 1890s.Her art was exhibited at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893. She found work as an illustrator no later than 1895, but her first major success occurred in 1898 with The Counterpane Fairy. Over the course of her career she wrote over 30 books and illustrated the works of others. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katharine_Pyle< Less

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