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2007 Historically Speaking - large 8.25" X 10.75" hardback By Ray Smith
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Stories from The Secret City of Oak Ridge, TN as published in The Oak Ridger newspaper's history column - Historically Speaking during 2007. The series began in February 2006 and has been published... More > each Tuesday since. This is the second annual volume of the series.< Less
Shoe buttons, Liberty Laces & Insulated staples: 153 years of M.M. Rhodes & Sons Company, Taunton, Mass. By Marc N. Belanger
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An overview of ongoing efforts to document and preserve the remarkable M.M. Rhodes & Sons Company complex in Taunton, Massachusetts, which closed in 2014 after 153 years of operation by the... More > Rhodes family. Originally presented at the New England IA Conference in Holden, Massachusetts on March 7, 2015 and again at the SIA National Conference in Albany, New York on May 30, 2015. Adapted for print version October 2015.< Less
A Lost Arcadia By Walter A. Clark
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There are many books of many kinds and this volume properly classified would probably belong to the “sui generis,” “sic trasit gloria mundi” variety. If the reader has grown a... More > little rusty on classic Latin I do not mind saying to him further that the latter phrase has been sometimes translated, “My glorious old aunt has been sick ever since Monday,” but I do not think that this revised version has been generally accepted as strictly orthodox. This book cannot be said to have been written without rhyme or reason for its pages hold more rhyme than poetry and three reasons at least, have conspired to give it literary existence. A hundred years and more from now it may be that some far descendant of the author, while fingering the musty shelves of some old library, may find some modest satisfaction in the thought that his ancient sire had “writ” a book.< Less
Remember the Women! Heading up the Branches of our Women's Family Tree, Part 2 By Erica Dakin Voolich
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Born mid-1800s, lived thru wars, depressions, the vote: Mary Alice Smith Dakin, Caroline (Carrie) Matilda Helsten Evans, Mary Louisa Helsten Pomeroy, Alice Copeland Harvey, Martha Elnora (Nora)... More > Worthington Richardson. Nora, lived thru the Chicago Fire, life-long learner became entertaining speaker at the women’s groups. Hired by the WPA to help research and write the Historical Survey of Oak Park — a town she new so well. Four raised on farm or tannery. When her husband died, Mary L ran lumberyard and hardware store on farm. Mary A taught, married postmaster-general store owner, sold the business and moved to a farm. Carrie married entrepreneur contractor, moved to Gt Barrington MA during a building boom and back to care for aging parents. Took over family business of a mill, not tannery. To send children to college, Alice ran boarding house, then moved to Oak Park. They met life’s challenges, nurtured and raised families who met the demands of the 20th century. — see Remember the Women! part 1, (2016)< Less
A Guide to Fall River's Mills and Other Industrial Sites By Marc N. Belanger
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A Guide to Fall River's Mills and Other Industrial Sites in Fall River, Massachusetts. Full Color!
The Holy Roman Empire (Illustrated) By James Bryce
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“The object of this treatise is not so much to give a narrative history of the countries included in the Romano-Germanic Empire—Italy during the middle ages, Germany from the ninth... More > century to the nineteenth—as to describe the Holy Empire itself as an institution or system, the wonderful offspring of a body of beliefs and traditions which have almost wholly passed away from the world. Such a description, however, would not be intelligible without some account of the great events which accompanied the growth and decay of imperial power; and it has therefore appeared best to give the book the form rather of a narrative than of a dissertation; and to combine with an exposition of what may be called the theory of the Empire an outline of the political history of Germany, as well as some notices of the affairs of mediæval Italy.”< Less
Dearest Mickie By Michael Gorman
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A collection of letters written during a courtship which spanned a formative decade in Ireland – 1913 to 1923.
A&M postcards By J B Stroud
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In 1878, Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College was created near Starkville, Mississippi. In 1932, the name was changed to Mississippi State College, and later to Mississippi State... More > University. Over ninety postcards contained in this volume show the campus during the A. & M. years. Included are student cadets, athletics, buildings, and other campus scenes. Full size front and rear views of the cards will be of interest to postcard collectors. In addition, the cards give insight into higher education, especially on the land-grant campus, during the early twentieth century. Those familiar with Mississippi State will find the differences (and similarities) between the current campus and that of the early days of the school both interesting and intriguing. Several current views are included in the book and compared with early postcards containing the same views.< Less
Branch Family History By Carolyn Paul Branch
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More than 500 years of history covering the Branch family from 1430 in Abingdon, England, 1621 in Jamestown, Virginia, through the descendants of James Daniel Branch of Callaway County, MO.... More > Transcribed wills, maps, photos and family stories are included.< Less
From Poland to the Lower East Side: Interviews By Dorothy McCurry
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An interview with Henry Kirschenbaum, a denizen of the Lower East Side of New York City in the early part of the 20th century. This book deals with the Kirschenbaum family and their immigration from... More > the "Pale of Settlement" in Eastern Europe to their time selling books on pushcarts in the Lower East Side of NYC. Later David Kirschenbaum, would go on to be a leading bookseller on New York's famed "Book Row" and the owner of the Carnegie Bookstore. These are raw interviews, with many long forgotten details of an old New York.< Less