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World War 2 In Review Special Number 18: Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Part 1
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Merriam Press World War 2 In Review Special Number 18. First eBook Edition, 2016. Eighteenth in the Special series of the World War 2 In Review journal. Pictorial overview with 316 B&W and color... More > photos, illustrations and drawings of the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed in the 1930s for the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC). The B-17 was primarily employed by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets. Text and photos covers design, experimental models, production, early service models, and all main B-17 models throughout World War II.< Less
The Quest for King Arthur
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Join in the quest to discover the historical figure behind the legends of King Arthur. Roger M Daniel B.Ed (Hons) takes the reader on a voyage of discovery. Using ancient texts, recent research and... More > imaginative writing Roger unpacks the myths, revealing that truth is sometimes as wondrous as fiction.< Less
Atlanta's South-View Cemetery
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This is a guidebook to South-View Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia. The cemetery was chartered 21 April 1886 by African-American businessmen, all former slaves, faced with exhaustion of Oakland Cemetery... More > (1850) and desirous of a respectful burial ground. The Watts family has managed the cemetery from its earliest days; the current president is the great-granddaughter of the patriarch, Albert Watts. Notable burials include the parents and grandparents of Martin Luther King, Jr.; John Wesley Dobbs, the "Mayor of Sweet Auburn"; and Alonzo Franklin Herndon, who was born a slave, worked as a sharecropper, established a chain of opulent and successful barbershops, then became Atlanta's first black millionaire through the Atlanta Life Insurance Company. Through the lives and accomplishments in death-year order of over 100 people buried at South-View, this book tells the history of African-American Atlanta. Introductory essays are by Traci Rylands and Herman "Skip" Mason, Jr.< Less
A Gallery of Michigan Grain Elevators and Mills
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n the past, the "elevator" was an even more important part of farm life than it is today. It was a place where the farmer could sell his crops and buy just about everything he needed to... More > produce them. It usually included a mill that produced animal feed, and in the more distant past often also produced flour. A Gallery of Michigan Grain Elevators and Mills provides a look at both the variety of mills and elevators serving Michigan Farmers today and those that served rural communities in the past. Many of the photos are very recent, while others dating back to the 1960's and 70's are a record of structures long gone. Historical and technical details are provided wherever they are available. It is our hope that the reader will find this look at Michigan's rich variety of mills and elevators past and present both informative and enjoyable.< Less
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