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SAMUEL SEEKS MISTER LINCOLN By Richard Baker
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Samuel Seeks Mister Lincoln, takes you on a trip with this young fourteen year old slave from deep in Virginia, hopefully, to Washington. His mother had told him on her deathbed that Mister Lincoln... More > would take care of things. The time period is shortly after the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. All of the Civil War events, and the Underground Railroad are true. Harriet Tubman, Aunt Mary Dines are real. Duff Greens Row was a contraband camp on Capitol Hill. Abraham Lincoln did visit Mary and Uncle Ben, who could not read, but did all the praying for the “old folks.” Abe would go to listen to Uncle Ben and to hear and sing with the people when his heart was heavy due to the Civil War.< Less
Don't Tell Mom By Richard Baker
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Come on, take off your shoes and socks. Stick them in this hedge. No one will see them. Walk with me barefoot through that fresh plowed field and feel the soft warm moist soil cuddle your feet. Who... More > ever said that lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place has never been down to the Allen's house. Meet Doug Don, his pigs, his horse and his old wooden garbage wagon. Walk through the woods, swim in the Cass River and move the outhouse back, but don't tell Mom. Catch the Fireflies. Watch them crank the Gas up to the top of the pump into that glass holder before it goes into the tank of that old square backed car. Pull Pea Vines off the truck on its way to Clark Canning Company. Nothing tastes as good as fresh raw Pea's, but don't tell Mom. Then after our trip is through, we will pull our shoes and socks out of the hedge and put them on before we go home, but don't tell Mom. And when she says, "I don't how you get your feet so dirty," don't tell Mom!< Less
NACOMA By Richard Baker
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Nacoma is the story of a boy searching for his sister who was taken by a band of hostile Indians. During his search he becomes ill and is found by a kind Indian and raised as his son. Come take a... More > trip with me in your mind across the meadows and through the forest. Travel across rivers and meet the early residents as they sometimes were. Follow a little boy and his family to see that all men can really live together if they give more and take less. Let Nacoma be your guide on this trip. He will watch over you and keep you safe.< Less
THE USS WASP AND THE STEWART BROTHERS By Richard Baker
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This is a historical fiction of the Second World War Wasp. The events of the USS Wasp CV7 and the Lansdowne, DD486 the convoy, all the ships mentioned as well as all the Japanese ships and officers... More > are true. The events that transpired are true and correct. The exception to the truth is the Stewart Brothers, Raymond and William. I fit them in-between what actually transpired on those faithful days of September beginning on the 15th. 1942 one hundred and fifty miles Southeast of Cristobal Island as the Wasp was escorting transports carrying the 7th. Marine Regiment to Guadalcanal as reinforcements.< Less
NACOMA By Richard Baker
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Nacoma is the story of a boy searching for his sister who was taken by a band of hostile Indians. During his search he becomes ill and is found by a kind Indian and raised as his son. Come take a... More > trip with me in your mind across the meadows and through the forest. Travel across rivers and meet the early residents as they sometimes were. Follow a little boy and his family to see that all men can really live together if they give more and take less. Let Nacoma be your guide on this trip. He will watch over you and keep you safe.< Less
THE USS WASP AND THE STEWART BROTHERS By Richard Baker
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This is a historical fiction of the Second World War Wasp. The events of the USS Wasp CV7 and the Lansdowne, DD486 the convoy, all the ships mentioned as well as all the Japanese ships and officers... More > are true. The events that transpired are true and correct. The exception to the truth is the Stewart Brothers, Raymond and William. I fit them in-between what actually transpired on those faithful days of September beginning on the 15th. 1942 one hundred and fifty miles Southeast of Cristobal Island as the Wasp was escorting transports carrying the 7th. Marine Regiment to Guadalcanal as reinforcements.< Less
Don't Tell Mom By Richard Baker
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Come on, take off your shoes and socks. Stick them in this hedge. No one will see them. Walk with me barefoot through that fresh plowed field and feel the soft warm moist soil cuddle your feet. Who... More > ever said that lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place has never been down to the Allen's house. Meet Doug Don, his pigs, his horse and his old wooden garbage wagon. Walk through the woods, swim in the Cass River and move the outhouse back, but don't tell Mom. Catch the Fireflies. Watch them crank the Gas up to the top of the pump into that glass holder before it goes into the tank of that old square backed car. Pull Pea Vines off the truck on its way to Clark Canning Company. Nothing tastes as good as fresh raw Pea's, but don't tell Mom. Then after our trip is through, we will pull our shoes and socks out of the hedge and put them on before we go home, but don't tell Mom. And when she says, "I don't how you get your feet so dirty," don't tell Mom!< Less
SAMUEL SEEKS MISTER LINCOLN By Richard Baker
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Samuel Seeks Mister Lincoln, takes you on a trip with this young fourteen year old slave from deep in Virginia, hopefully, to Washington. His mother had told him on her deathbed that Mister Lincoln... More > would take care of things. The time period is shortly after the Battle of Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. All of the Civil War events, and the Underground Railroad are true. Harriet Tubman, Aunt Mary Dines are real. Duff Greens Row was a contraband camp on Capitol Hill. Abraham Lincoln did visit Mary and Uncle Ben, who could not read, but did all the praying for the “old folks.” Abe would go to listen to Uncle Ben and to hear and sing with the people when his heart was heavy due to the Civil War.< Less