History, United States
They Never Surrendered
The Lakota Sioux Band That Stayed in Canada by Ron Papandrea and Ronald J. Papandrea
After the defeat of Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, June, 1876; thousands of Lakota Sioux went to Canada to escape the American army. Their leaders included Sitting Bull, Four Horns and the two famous Lakota chiefs with the name "Black ...
November 3, 2020 by Dr. Andrew P. Wierenga
The 2020 Presidential Election was determined by the votes provided in six battleground states. This book provides analysis of previous elections, the four years that led up to the election, the level of interference and lack of coverage during the ...
By the Sweat of His Brow
The R. M. Probstfield Family at Oakport Farm by Carroll Engelhardt
“If I had promised to be a priest and kept my word, today I would be . . . a feted-up, high-living hypocrite in the so-called vineyard of the Lord, and not a farmer . . . earning his bread by the sweat of his brow.” Defying his Catholic parents’ ...
Ohio River Road Trip
Tracing the Country's Western Movement by Randall P. Royka
In 2018, author and historian Randall P. Royka set out with his wife to retrace the westward movement of pioneers along the Ohio River after American Independence. Part history, part travelogue, Ohio River Road Trip shares on-the-ground experience ...
America on the Brink by Terol
In his provocative new memoire, Terol recounts the racist history of the United States of America, interrogating the fraught socio-political climate of the last eighty years. Beginning with his parents in 1943 and exploring his own experiences ...
A Soldier's Heart
The 3 Wars of Vietnam by Raynold A. Gauvin
A Soldier’s Heart is a moving and expansive memoir by Vietnam Veteran Ray Gauvin. The story takes us from the French Ghetto of Presque Isle, Maine, and the descendants of the Acadians, to military bases all over the country, and to Vietnam and back. ...
Long Time Dead
My Investigation into the Unsolved Murder of Ralph Wilson Snair by Susan McIver
How did a conservative, simple-living, retired church custodian come to die from a gunshot wound to the head? Was it murder or suicide? On April 19, 1957, Ralph Wilson Snair was found dead in a rented vehicle at the side of Highway 50, two miles ...
All but One
Saga of the Abducted Putman Children of Gonzales Texas by Norman Jay Landerman-Moore
ALL BUT ONE is a 19th Century account of the Putman children of Gonzales, Texas, who were kidnapped by Comanche's, and their father’s relentless search to find and bring them home. Spanning four decades—the 1820s to 1860s—this dramatic novel, rich ...
The Known Ancestors of Robert Hilton Squires II by Richard Endress
This book covers the history of multiple families whose only overarching connection is that they were all the ancestors of Robert Hilton Squires II, my brother-in-law. But these various genealogical strands intersected with many pivotal eras in ...
Our Roots in Floyd
A History of Farming Families in the Town of Floyd by Sally Nemyier Tagliere
The town of Floyd had it's first settlers in the mid 1700's. There were still native Indians and wildlife we no longer see who lived in and near the area. There was no established monetary system as yet, so most trade was done in the form of ...