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Confederate Kin III By David Chaltas
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Confederate Kin III is the 3rd in the series about those men and women who served during the War Between the States. Records are quickly disappearing and we must do all to recall our heritage, be it... More > good, bad or ugly. In that manner we will not be condemned to make the same mistakes. Confederate Kin III is filled with individual stories as well as information not seen in over one hundred fifty years. This is a must have for the serious history buff.< Less
News From The Camp By David Chaltas
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News From The Camp is a compilation of the twelve months of activities by the SCV Ben Caudill Camp #1629. Each monthly newsletter is filled with information about research, findings, cemetery stone... More > settings, dedications, reenactments, presentations, projects and other events designed to preserve for prosperity our rich American heritage. History of tomorrow is what we do today. We must offer a written legacy for others to read and follow by example so the rising generation will be made aware of the importance of God, Country and Honor.< Less
General Lee Speaking By David Chaltas
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General Lee Speaking is number six in the series about life and the lessons taught to us on a daily basis. The author has attempted to capture stories which should inspire the reader to reach... More > his/her full potential. The lessons are based on sound Christian principles and shared by the author in hopes that the reader will have a closer walk with God.< Less
The Valley of the Winds By David Chaltas
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The Valley of the Winds is a compelling story of misunderstanding, suspicion and mistrust, with the final outcome being that of tolerance and mutual respect for the diversity of cultures. The setting... More > is in the rural mountains of Appalachia during the turn of the 19th century. The plot revolves around a young boy’s discovery of a fascinating people who dwell in a hidden valley only accessible by a cave. The Valley of the Winds sees two cultures collide and the outcome teeters back and forth, as you wonder what will happen next. The author attempts to embrace the proud history and heritage of Native American known simply as Melungeon. The story will haunt you and offer you a sense of pride in the diversity of our culture, as it offers pride in our heritage. Come listen to the soothing sounds of the waterfall, the birds chirping, the animals calling to each other, and the winds calling with the voice of a bygone era, as you visit the Valley of the Winds.< Less

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