In 2006, Andrew Carrington Hitchcock self-published, “The Synagogue Of Satan.”
This 60,000 word book was translated by independent publishers into several different languages and... More > subsequently featured on bestseller lists worldwide.
Now, five years later, Hitchcock’s groundbreaking historical study has been expanded throughout and updated to the end of 2011, forming a chronological encyclopedia of this criminal network which spans over 140,000 words, and features a 30 page index to aid navigation.
Included within the wealth of additional information are the complete, “Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion,” together with excerpts from each of the eighty articles that make up Henry Ford’s four volume set, “The International Jew,” which are presented for the first time in chronological order.
Not recommended for the faint-hearted, this is no ordinary book, and no-one who reads it will ever be the same again…< Less
The ultimate canoe journey taken in 1912 is finally in print. Ernest Oberholtzer and Ojibwe canoe partner Billy Magee traveled, two men in one canoe, to the Barrens and back. After 100 years,... More > Oberholtzer's six journals have been combined, along with excellent footnotes and afterword material, into Bound for the Barrens.< Less
A coming of age story of a farm boy who grew up in the heartland of Kentucky, who enlisted in the Marines in 1969 and experienced Marine boot camp at Parris Island where domineering drill instructors... More > took away the youth in the author and instilled the discipline, training, and motivation necessary to survive in combat. Arriving in Vietnam in March 1970 he was assigned to 3rd Platoon, Mike Co., 3rd Bn., 7th Marines. His story tells of the bravery, camaraderie, and esprit de corps of this Marine infantry squad. Fred’s true accounts take the reader into the jungles, rice paddies, villages, and mountains of Vietnam. Lasting Visions takes you to ground zero of the Vietnam War. Photos, map.< Less
A comprehensive history of the lives of William and Jane Johnston Black, early Mormon converts who emigrated from Ireland, joined the church in England, relocated to Nauvoo, and helped in the pioneer... More > settlement of Utah.< Less
The family of Martin Bartruff are first found in Germany in the early 1700s. In the 1850s the first of his descendants immigrated to America in the form of Frederick Ludwig Bartruff and his brother,... More > Jacob Conrad Bartruff. They were soon followed by their father and several of their siblings.
They first settled in New York where they remained for only a short time before moving into Ohio and Illinois. In later years some of the members of this family continued their move west, settling in Oregon where they raised large families and contributed to the development of the state.
The genealogy of the Bartruff family starts in Germany and follows their lives with documentation from the local church records in Germany to the census, death, burial and family records in the United States< Less
A biography including autobiography of Marjorie Warvelle Harbaugh,1897-1982, daughter of George William Warvelle,1851-1940, noted Chicago Law Professor and author of many legal volumes still found in... More > law libraries.< Less
The author uses historical examples to aid the reader in a deeper understanding on the Fraternity of Freemasonry, its past and how to continue on into the future and remain relevant. Covering... More > historical topics such as Freemasons during the Holocaust, the Fraternities role in the development of the public school system, the Morgan Affair, the sufferings of John Custos and more. The reader will not only learn about some of the history of the Fraternity, they will also be inspired by the stories.< Less
This masterpiece represents the results of nearly twenty years the author invested in demystifying the convoluted genealogy of Karate. The central theme of this work is the search for causal triggers... More > of a holistic system of unarmed and armed martial traditions. By analysing the origin and transformation of the military and security organization of the Ryūkyū Kingdom, the author identified the superordinate security related royal government organizations and functions responsible. In this way describing the enigmatic parameters of the Ryūkyū Kingdom’s ancient fighting arts, or KARATE 1.0, a common historical basis of the countless fragmentary traditions of modern Karate and Kobudō were discovered.
“KARATE 1.0: Parameter of an Ancient Martial Art” should be embraced by the international Budō community and enjoy the recognition and success it so richly deserves.< Less
Some called him "Captain" and others called him "Colonel". Some of his enemies called him a "dangerous guerilla chieftain". After the war was over, he would be known... More > as one of the "Immortal 600". This book contains vital details regarding Confederate Colonel Ben E. Caudill's 13th Kentucky Cavalry. It includes a complete roster of the men who rode with Caudill, a history of their engagements with their enemy, and a collection of period and post-war photographs.< Less
This is the true story of a radioactive ship that the U.S. Navy knowingly operated for years, with 70 sailors living aboard. Within this lies the story of a man who escaped a brutal family only to be... More > deployed to an atomic waste dumping ship; a commanding officer who tried to protect his men and the navy from toxic exposure; a highly disturbing, decades-long effort by the U.S. military to deny radiation claims; and a torqued veteran's family that would stop at nothing to get its due.< Less
In From County Cavan to Canada: The Simons - Simonds - Symonds Family, author Peggy Elizabeth Chatham compiles the stories of the first three generations of an Irish farmer family that established... More > their new lives starting in the 1860's. Four Simons brothers and their Burke and Armstrong sisters settled in Megantic County in Quebec and Stormont County in Ontario. Their children married into families including Amadon, Bennett, Jamieson, Lunnie, Mathers, McVety, Ouderkirk, Perrigard, Savage, Stewart, Walker, and Wright. Their families have spread throughout the Canada provinces, New England States, and the U.S.A. Author P.E. Chatham was born in Toronto, raised in New Jersey, and attended college in Pennsylvania. Her description of the counties and the families will interest anyone with roots in historic Megantic and Stormont Counties.< Less
Seven of John and Bridget Nestor's eight children left their farming life in "the lovely green vales of Kilshanny", County Clare. One, whose name has been forgotten, went to Australia and... More > the other six settled in New England. They and their offspring found work in factories, railways, police, domestic service, and show business. Some served in the armed forces. Their lives were unexceptional with illnesses and domestic upheaval touching parts of the family.< Less
Black Crab Syndrome: The Schadenfreude Effect gives a view on the current problems facing the Black community and brings to the forefront such issues as self-hate, black violence, and the rising... More > educational deficiency. Discusses the past and present exploitation of blacks, the rising drug epidemic, slavery and eyewitness accounts by the Author. This book also traces black’s role in slavery and the early impact of Christianity on blacks. The Book concludes with a reminder that the physical restraints of slavery has been removed, but its psychological effects continue to bind blacks today.< Less
This book contains a collection of letters between Jesse Benton and Thomas Hart. Thomas Hart was the owner of a large mill complex just east of the Town of Hillsborough, which he sold to Benton.... More > Benton became Hart’s attorney while Hart continues his migration out of NC to a number of other states. These letters were located in the Library of Congress and provide great insight to life in the area, and legal matters with the Transylvania Land Company in TN. It was this mill site (first as Maddox Mill in the 1760s) was used as a meeting place for the Regulation, as well as the location of a Revolutionary skirmish (Harts Mill). A dossier of the people mentioned in the letter, as well as some locales is provided (Rochester, Tullock, Johnston, Burke, Mallett, Munford, Kellow, etc)< Less
This book contains all the maps (images) from the Road, bridge, mill and ferry records, residing in the NC State Archives (Raleigh). The back cover lists the counties and quantity of maps or drawings... More > which were discovered in these county collections. The actual petition information is not provided in this book, that remains with the individual county (book) records, transcribed by this author. Added a few from Robeson County - all mill plats - Ashhole Creek. New County road and bridge records continued to be transcribed by this author, and more maps are being located. This book has been updated for these additional counties and their maps. However, it continues to be true, that very few drawings/maps were provided in the early 18th century records, and many county collections do not include maps or drawings.* UPDATED * February 2014 - ALL 18th Century road and bridge records have been completed for the entire State of NC, this book has been updated from that effort.< Less
This "paperback" version offers all pages throughout in full color glossy library quality with many color photos and copies of old documents plus the large legible Historic Marker photo on... More > the Moore Family on the back cover.
Obadiah was born in Princess Anne County, Virginia under King George III and grew to manhood in the wild frontier of Pitt County, North Carolina. He enlisted in the North Carolina Continental Line in the Revolutionary War and fought in the Battle of Charleston under Gen. Benjamin Lincoln. He was captured, a Prisoner of War, and paroled. After the war was over,in 1783 he married Winney Ventis and the couple went "west", to Columbia County, Georgia, then Jasper County, Georgia and finally in 1819 to old Autauga County, Alabama, where he is buried in the old Moore Cemetery, an Alabama Historic Cemetery that today is in Chilton County. Alabama.< Less
How prevalent was mob violence on Delmarva? What forms of violence, murder, and intimidation impacted African Americans of the Eastern Shore? In an effort to address these questions, researcher... More > Linda Duyer compiled detailed information about cases of lynching, threats of lynching, and other forms of violence from 1870 through the 1940s on the Eastern Shore region of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.
The work resulted in some surprises, raised more questions than answers, and contributes to the larger dialogue and body of research on race in America. Talking about it can be difficult. Taking a hard look at our history and ourselves can be uncomfortable, but learning from painful history is important for confronting the past and strengthening communities.< Less