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The Charm of the Bear Claw Necklace takes young readers back seven thousand years to what is now the southeastern United States. Young Redwolf and Windyway must face incredible hardship and danger each day. Like other Stone Age children, Redwolf and Windyway must help their family survive in this hostile environment. Paperback.
What began as a friendly contest to see who could unearth the finest “hidden gems” along the Northern Gulf Coast eventually evolved into the best, most thoroughly researched guide to everything between Waveland, Mississippi, and Carrabelle, Florida. Coasting shares with the reader these treasures, such as Andree’s Wine, Cheese, and Things in Fairhope, Alabama, along with popular establishments, including McGuire’s Irish Pub in Pensacola, Florida. Paperback.
The Confederate Cookbook: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans contains over 340 of Dixie’s finest recipes courtesy of contemporary Confederate kitchens from Florida to Alaska. Here you’ll find the delicious, traditional dishes that evoke the flavor of the Old South, as well as savory regional favorites from all over the country. Hardcover.
This 35 x 26-inch full-color poster serves as a quick reference and study guide for the classroom or for anyone with an interest in Confederate history. In addition to its centrally placed map of the Confederate states, it includes photos of all eight Confederate full generals, all seventeen lieutenant generals, eighteen major and brigadier generals, eight members of the presidential cabinet, and twenty-five important Confederate sites that can be visited today.
This completely updated cruising guide covers the waters that stretch from Apalachicola, Florida, to Grand Isle, Louisiana. For the first time, this edition includes additional access information to Grand Isle, Barataria, the Chandeleur Islands, and the Harvey Canal in the Mississippi Delta. Like all of Young’s guides, Cruising Guide to the Northern Gulf Coast combines expert navigational advice with candid evaluations of facilities, marinas, restaurants, and other shoreside attractions. Paperback.
Diddie, Dumps, and Tot were the love names of three young sisters who grew up on a plantation in the nineteenth century prior to the Civil War.
The son of a tentmaker, Saul of Tarsus was an ardent defender of the Jewish faith who persecuted followers of Jesus Christ for their beliefs. Riding one of his father’s donkeys, Saul set out to punish anyone who believed Jesus was the Messiah. Suddenly on the road to Damascus, he was hit with a blinding light, knocked to the ground, and lost his sight. Saul soon heard the call of Jesus, was baptized as a Christian, and became known as Paul.
Stuck inside their small stable one very rainy afternoon, two little donkeys listen to a story their grandfather tells them, a story that they will always carry in their hearts. Years ago, when the grandfather was still a young donkey, he was called to serve a man named Jesus.
Flying high above us and waving in the wind, flags are reminders of what we stand for. Every flag has a unique story. Those that survived the war are featured in this book with color illustrations and a brief history of their units. They are presented chronologically, and each flag is shown in its original design. Cavalry, infantry, artillery and naval flags are included, along with those that did not belong to any particular unit. Paperback.
A comprehensive discussion of the flags that represented the southern nation between 1861 and 1865, The Flags of the Confederacy offers a detailed and well-researched look at the history of the national, state, and military flags that were developed during the period in which the new Southern nation existed.
Untold stories, candid photographs, and personal memories fill the pages of this ultimate tribute to the king of rock-’n’-roll. From anecdotes about Elvis’s high-school years from friend Jimmy Angel to the personal memories of Elvis’s best friend, Jerry Schilling, about the Christmas of 1975 and Elvis’s cousin Edie Hand’s childhood memories of their summertime family reunions, this book is a must-have for fans and collectors of Elvis memorabilia.
Seventy-five individuals of varying ability, vision, and leadership capabilities have served as governor of Alabama during three centuries as an organized governmental entity. Paperback.
With every passing age, young people discover what mankind has known for centuries: the beauty of life, the value of simplicity, and the sorrow of loss. Inspired by her role as a wife and mother, Betsy Barber Bancroft incorporates ideas of life and growth into this collection of original poems.
Ikwa is a young Indian girl living in the Southeastern United States before colonization. One day, as she carries an offering up the temple mound to the priest of the sun god, she spies two crows and a hawk flying toward the Alligator village—a sign that a strange visitor will soon come. Whether the stranger would bring joy or sorrow to Ikwa, her brother, Situ, and the rest of the family, the gods did not yet choose to say.
Through the 31 line illustrations and brief historical narrative, children are able to follow the life of Jefferson Davis from Rosemont, his boyhood home in Woodville, Mississippi, to his marriage to Virginia Howell. This book describes his terms as a member of the House of Representatives and Senate, and his role in the drama of the Civil War as president of the Confederacy.
As Christmas Eve settles on the quiet trailer park, everything is as still as a rabbit caught in headlights. That is, until the Christmas Redneck appears on the scene.
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