Parker and Hilltop: A Folk History by Sandy Whelchel

By Sandy Whelchel

Stagecoach rides, financial institution robberies, and Indian encounters—this isn't really a scene from a Hollywood motion picture, however the genuine occasions of Parker’s history.
Excitement from Parker’s previous, no longer informed from the point of view of a few dry historian, yet within the be aware and existence stories of the area’s early pioneers.
Parker’s prior is wealthy in ancient occasions and funny incidents. The revised, elevated A people heritage OF PARKER AND HILLTOP will take you on an
adventure via historical occasions instructed by way of those that lived them.
From the cattlemen to the wild males, this motion packed account of the Parker and Hilltop quarter is a needs to read.

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Slavery and Frontier Mississippi, 1720-1835 by David J. Libby

By David J. Libby

In the preferred mind's eye the image of slavery, frozen in time, is certainly one of large cotton plantations and splendid mansions. in spite of the fact that, in over 100 years of historical past distinct during this e-book, the not easy truth of slavery in Mississippi's antebellum global is strikingly various from the single of well known fable. It exhibits that Mississippi's prior was once by no means frozen, yet regularly fluid. It exhibits too that slavery took a few shapes ahead of its shape within the overdue antebellum mould grew to become crystalized for pop culture.

The colonial French brought African slaves into this borderlands quarter located at the outer edge of French, Spanish, and English empires. during this frontier, planter society made unsuccessful makes an attempt to provide tobacco, lumber, and indigo. Slavery outlasted each one failed harvest. via every one period plantation tradition rode the again of a method a long way faraway from the romantic stereotype.

virtually concurrently as Mississippi turned a usa territory within the 1790s, cotton grew to become the money crop. The booming King Cotton financial system replaced Mississippi and tailored the slave method that used to be its beginning.

a few Mississippi slaves resisted this grim oppression and rebelled through flight, paintings slowdowns, arson, and conspiracies. In 1835 a slave conspiracy in Madison County provoked such draconian reaction between neighborhood slave holders that planters through the kingdom redoubled the iron locks at the method. Race relatives within the country remained radicalized for plenty of generations to follow.

Beginning with the coming of the 1st African slaves within the colony and lengthening over one hundred fifteen years, this e-book is the 1st such historical past due to the fact Charles Sydnor's Slavery in Mississippi (1933).

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In Search of Glory by E Nelson

By E Nelson

keep on with William as he units out looking for Glory merely to find that struggle brings discomfort, anguish, starvation, pestilence, and demise. yet, alongside the way in which he's wounded and meets a gorgeous lady who nurses him again to future health and wakes the fervour that stirs inside him even to the intensity of his soul. eventually, as he nears the tip of his trials, he realizes first hand the price of fact and justice. He additionally acquires a brand new and robust reverence for all times that is helping him to outlive the entire hardships of struggle he needs to undergo in an effort to go back domestic to the issues he values such a lot, family members and his one real love, Ellen.

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Queen of Deception: The true story of Daisy Bates. by Brian Lomas

By Brian Lomas

this can be the tale of a lady who may well idiot most folk the entire time. Following her path via Western and South Australia, Queen of Deception explains how and why Daisy Bates deceived her readers, her neighbors and the Indigenous Australians she claimed she cared for. through forensically investigating her Aboriginal trip, the girl underneath her guise and her surprising secrets and techniques are eventually printed during this biography of an excellent liar.

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Prineville (Images of America) by Steve Lent

By Steve Lent

Early in 1868, Francis �Barney� Prine arrived within the Crooked River Valley of principal Oregon, confirmed a blacksmith store made from logs, and disbursed spirits from the again of the cabin. Prine observed the potential of improvement and alongside the plush banks of Crooked River and Ochoco Creek, and as progressively more settlers arrived, the put up place of work of Prine was once tested in 1871. The neighborhood quickly emerged as an immense advertisement middle for valuable Oregon, one of many final frontiers within the nation. actually, Prineville boasts the one last city-owned railroad to function within the usa. The decline of the bushes ended in demanding instances, yet after Les Schwab tested the headquarters of his rising tire empire in Prineville, the town grew to become one of many burgeoning groups within the Northwest.

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American Women and the Repeal of Prohibition (The American by Kenneth D. Rose

By Kenneth D. Rose

In 1933 americans did anything that they had by no means performed earlier than: they voted to repeal an modification to the U.S. structure. The Eighteenth modification, which for thirteen years had prohibited the manufacture and sale of alcoholic drinks, used to be nullified by way of the passage of one other modification, the Twenty-First. Many elements helped create this outstanding flip of occasions. One issue that was once crucial, Kenneth D. Rose the following argues, used to be the presence of a big variety of well-organized ladies selling repeal.

Even extra outstanding than the looks of those ladies at the political scene used to be the strategy they took to the politics of repeal. Intriguingly, the arguments hired by way of repeal ladies and via prohibition ladies have been frequently reflect pictures of one another, although the ladies at the facets of the problem pursued diametrically hostile political agendas. Rose contends distinguishing characteristic of the women's repeal move was once an issue for domestic safeguard, a social feminist ideology that girls repealists shared with the prohibitionist girls of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. The publication surveys the women's move to repeal nationwide prohibition and areas it in the contexts of women's temperance job, women's political task throughout the Nineteen Twenties, and the crusade for repeal.

While contemporary years have visible much-needed consciousness dedicated to the restoration of women's background, conservative ladies have too frequently been ignored, intentionally missed, or written off as unworthy of scrutiny. With American ladies and the Repeal of Prohibition, Kenneth Rose fleshes out an important bankruptcy within the historical past of yank ladies and culture.

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The Assassin's Doctor: The Life and Letters of Samuel A. by Robert Summers

By Robert Summers

The Assassin’s surgeon is the tale of Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, one of many 8 individuals convicted within the 1865 Abraham Lincoln assassination trial. The e-book may possibly simply as simply were entitled The Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Encyclopedia. it's a huge 730-page ebook, and includes with regards to every little thing there's to grasp approximately Dr. Mudd.

The Assassin’s surgeon covers Dr. Mudd’s lifestyles as a doctor/farmer/slave-owner ahead of the assassination, his involvement with John Wilkes sales space and the Lincoln assassination, the assassination trial, his incarceration within the citadel Jackson army felony after the trial, his heroic paintings through the poor yellow fever epidemic at fortress Jefferson, and his existence after being pardoned.

The Assassin’s health professional additionally contains the whole textual content of the entire most vital basic resource records relating Dr. Mudd accumulated into one handy place, and organized in chronological date order. a few of these records have by no means been released before.

The Assassin’s physician is the tale of a accomplice sympathizer, a star convict, and a hero who stored the lives of these who imprisoned him. It additionally definitively solutions the query of Dr. Mudd’s guilt.

Anyone attracted to the Lincoln assassination tale will benefit from the Assassin’s surgeon, however it could be of specific curiosity to researchers and scholars who will locate every thing there's to understand approximately Dr. Mudd amassed into one handy reference work.

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THE REBELLION RECORD; A DIARY OF AMERICAN EVENTS (1861-1863) by Frank Moore

By Frank Moore

THE uprising list: A DIARY of yank occasions (1861-1863) [Illustrated Edition]

IN the preliminary variety of the uprising checklist, it was once acknowledged that the paintings proposed to provide, " in a digested and systematic form, a finished heritage of this fight ; sifting truth from fiction and rumor ; offering the poetical and picturesque points, the outstanding and attribute incidents, separated from the graver and extra vital documents."

It used to be saw that we didn't objective both to " supersede or to maintain velocity with the newspapers, yet to topic them, either North and South, to the crucible of time following them at such distance as will be required to ensure and classify, all that's top worthy conserving out of the vast mass of leaders, speeches, letters, and experiences, which crowd the day-by-day press; "every vital record and prolonged narrative being given in consecutive order, and numbered, with references from the Diary."

The editor, aiming at whole impartiality, has amassed, from each sector, no matter what of basic curiosity, whatsoever attached with the good issues of the day, or more likely to elucidate, in the least, the questions at factor, or the spirit and mood of the folks, even if unswerving or another way. therefore it will likely be came across very enormous section of the quantity is serious about " secession documents," or articles from the " secession" press, reprinted verbatim, with out alteration, or remark. each person who has spoken or written with impression on each side, or " at the fence," has been put " on record," and his utterances are right here electrotyped for the advantage of destiny generations.

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Auf Götterpfaden über den Pazifik. Die Geschichte der by Michael H. Dietrich

By Michael H. Dietrich

Fachbuch aus dem Jahr 2016 im Fachbereich Geschichte - Australien, Ozeanien, , Sprache: Deutsch, summary: Als im Jahr 1864 der Laienbruder Eugen Eyraud auf der Osterinsel hölzerne Tafeln mit seltsamen Hieroglyphen fand, battle das eine große Sensation. guy vermutete von Anfang an darin eine Schrift, die bisher im gesamten pazifischen Raum nicht bekannt struggle. Alle Versuche, diese Zeichen zu entziffern scheiterten, weil selbst die Osterinsulaner keine sachdienlichen Angaben mehr zur Klärung vortragen konnten. Erst 1954 erschien als Habilitationsschrift des deutschen Wissenschaftlers Thomas Barthel eine erste umfassende Studie zum Verständnis von Rongorongo, wie vermutlich das procedure der Zeichen einst genannt wurde. Alle bis dato und im Folgenden in Erscheinung getretenen Forscher waren davon überzeugt, dass Rongorongo als Schrift nur von Linguisten entziffert werden kann. Diese Publikation verfolgt den Ansatz über die "Kunst", der hier erstmals in der Rongorongo-Forschung mit zahlreichen Zeichnungen aufgezeigt wird.

In dem vorliegenden ersten Buch aus einer geplanten Reihe von 10 Publikationen wird dargelegt, dass Rongorongo keine Schrift ist, die Texte konserviert. Der Autor Michael Dietrich fand zahlreiche Informationen über die "graphics" in der wissenschaftlichen ozeanistischen Literatur und damit auch stichhaltige Beweise für die Bedeutung der Zeichen und des platforms. So lässt sich beweisen, dass die Zeichen astronomische Bedeutungen haben, deren Sinn und Zweck die im Pazifik übliche Navigation nach den Sternen der Nachwelt überliefern.

Nach mehreren wissenschaftlichen Veröffentlichungen des Autors wendet sich dieses Buch an alle interessierten Leser, die nicht über die bisher geleistete Rongorongo-Forschung informiert sind. Das Buch ist als populärwissenschaftliche Arbeit zu verstehen, ohne den wissenschaftlichen Hintergrund auszublenden.

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