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By Wayne Orchiston, Peter Robertson, Woodruff T. Sullivan III
By Brian Striefel
Rusty barbed wire and distant AM radio-Montana hid my secrets for almost fifty years. Then a young reporter arrived in a beat-up Impala. Her assignment, WWII Homecoming Memories, had uncovered a puzzling lead about several dead men last seen riding a train with a red-headed nurse.
By Andy Mark
Paper Airplane Publishing, LLC.
By Mike Ely, Linda Street-Ely
Ely Air Lines is a 2-volume set of 100 stories from the first 10 years of a weekly column by Mike and Linda Ely. Based in Liberty, Texas, the Elys fly and share stories from around the world.
By Owen Wesley Siler, Marsha Siler Antista
The course of Owen Wesley Siler's life forever changed when he enlisted in the United States Coast Guard (USCG) in 1941. After he entered the Coast Guard Academy, Siler's path soon led him to serve in the Second World War and and after the war, he rose to the rank of admiral and commandant of the USCG.
By Jack Rickard
Riding the Red Beast West is part history of place, part oral history, and part lyric memoir that recounts a family's generational experiences and a boy's adolescence on the Kansas prairie in what might be seen as the waning years of the American frontier.
Compass Point Books.
By Michael Burgan
By Dolores Wharton
The daughter of a prominent Black businessman, Dolores Mae Duncan grew up in New York City during the exhilarating 1930s. A unique and progressive education at the famed Little Red School House in Greenwich Village helped Dolores prepare for a life she could not have imagined for herself.
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Eminence: meaning, Distinction, -renowned, - Importance, - Reputation. What makes Men and women pioneers of yesteryear and today. These are stories with impact.
By Reta Evens Simons, S. Leigh Matthews, Dona Simons
What was it like growing up on the Canadian prairie 100 years ago. In a charming conversational manner, Reta Evens Simons gives vivid and often amusing details of her hard life as a pioneer's daughter on a wheat farm out west, far from almost anywhere.
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