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  • Our Roots in Floyd

    A History of Farming Families in the Town of Floyd by

    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 ...


  • The Hero of Mississippi Burning

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    1964 was the height of the Civil Rights and Wrongs Movement, and America was in turmoil. I was eight years old and visiting the town of Philadelphia, Mississippi for a family reunion. This story is about something I have remembered from that time, ...


  • Industry and Subsistency

    E. F. Cartier Van Dissel and Sawmill Phoenix; The Logging of Old-Growth Timber and the Making of a Small Farm Community, 1897-1943 by

    The people of the Camas Valley in Washington State were founded in two socioeconomic streams as they survived the Great Depression of the 1930s and moved into the war years of the 1940s. The theoretical foundation of this history asserts the ...


  • Opportunity Knocked

    How an Idaho farm boy became a successful businessman and advocate of West Yellowstone, Montana by

    Growing up on a small family farm in the shadows of Yellowstone National Park, Clyde Glen Seely learned the importance of hard work, strong family ties and making the best of any circumstance. His first childhood responsibility was feeding bum lambs ...


  • The National Road/Route 40

    The Cumberland Pike by

    William JanTausch delivers a historical, photographic account of part of the National Road, otherwise known as Route 40. Built in the early 1800s, the National Road extends from Cumberland, Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois and contains many long, ...


  • Honto 4 Real Spooky Stories

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    Is Hawaii a supernatural hot spot? Is there is life after death? Dose the dead really walk? This questions have always fascinated people all around the world. We are captivated by people who have encountered disembodied spirits, fireballs, ...


  • History of the Town of Floyd, New York

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    Named after General William Floyd, one of the 56 who signed the Declaration of Independence, Floyd, is a small town in Central New York State in close proximity to not only pivotal points in the Revolutionary War, but also in the first radio ...


  • Muriel's Memories

    Adventures of a Tennessee Farm Girl by

    As anyone who has spent time living on a working farm can attest to, it’s a world you can’t understand unless you live it. Imagine a rural farm in Tennessee at the turn of the nineteenth to twentieth century — no tractors, running water or ...


  • The Pacesetter

    The Complete Story by

    Who was responsible for the these Great American Landmarks: The Indy 500, The Dixie Highway, The Lincoln Highway, Miami Beach and Montauk New York?


  • I Stood on a Knoll South of Norton

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    From the first paragraph to the very last this is a story you will live, not just read. Eldon Archer’s writing skills enmesh the reader in his writings as so eloquently proven in Slices of Eden. The reader will relive his youth on a little farm ...