Icebound Empire

Industry and Politics on the Last Frontier 1898 - 1938
By Elizabeth A. Tower, author and John H. Clark, editor

Icebound Empire: Industry and Politics on the Last Frontier 1898 - 1938 by Elizabeth A. Tower is a historical account of the arrival of political and industrial influences in Alaska around the beginning of the twentieth century, driven by the prospect of untapped natural resources....

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It's How You Think

Uncut
By Leon Stensholm

It’s How You Think: Uncut is a work of non-fiction in the biography genre. It is suitable for the general non-fiction readership and was written by author Leon Stensholm. The book recalls the author’s difficult journey through his athletic career, beginning with a promising start...

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Illegal

One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream
By Laz Ayala

Illegal: One Immigrant’s Life Or Death Journey To The American Dream by Laz Ayala tells the story of Ayala coming to the United States from El Salvador in 1980 as an illegal alien. He was 14 years old, afraid, and unsure of what was ahead...

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Innovation on Tap

Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway's Hamilton
By Eric B. Schultz

One of the most interesting history books on entrepreneurs that I have read is Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship from the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s Hamilton by Eric B. Schultz. The stories on each entrepreneur are well crafted and relevant, always emphasizing the impact...

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Innocence Lost

The Story of a Vietnam Vet
By Linda Gosson

Linda Gosson shares the story of a soldier who serves two terms in Vietnam, returns home to be diagnosed with PTSD and is hit with a second-degree felony charge because of his attempted suicide. Innocence Lost: The Story of a Vietnam Vet will open the...

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Iva Mae

The Book Of Mom
By Robin Anne Griffiths

Iva Mae: The Book Of Mom by Robin Anne Griffiths is a non-fiction memoir written by Robin on the memories and reminiscences of her mother, Iva Mae. Iva Mae starts off with an introduction by Robin on how she started piecing together Iva Mae’s life...

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I Remember the Time...

By Kim A. Hemphill

I Remember the Time... by Kim Hemphill is a poignant story of a young boy who was born on the wrong side of the tracks. His mother was severely disabled and his father was both physically and mentally abusive towards him. His hero, his elder...

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I Am My Father's Child

In HIS Presence I Am Free
By Antoinette Penick

In an emotional and searing new biography by author Antoinette Penick, I Am My Father's Child: In HIS Presence I Am Free, readers will find a story that will in turns uplift them and break their hearts. The author relates her own life story, from...

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In the Service of Community an Honored Elder

The Honorable Judge Perry Brooks Jackson
By Anita P. Jackson Ph.D.

In the Service of Community an Honored Elder: The Honorable Judge Perry Brooks Jackson by Anita P. Jackson Ph.D. is a well written biography about a person who was well respected in the Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Community. Judge Perry Jackson set precedents in the...

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I Am Raymond Washington

The only authorized biography of the original founder of the Crips
By Zach Fortier, Derard Barton

Over a kitchen table in 1969, in a small apartment in Los Angeles, two best friends were talking of forming their own gang. One that would become one of the most widely known and feared gangs of the modern era, the Crips. Only the three...

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