California and Back

An 1850s Adventure
By Martin Noble Hine, Adam Thompson

Adam Thompson shares the fascinating story of his great-great-grandfather Martin Noble Hine's trip to California in 1852. This book is a transcript of notes written by Martin Hine. California and Back: An 1850s Adventure follows Martin’s steamer trip from New York to San Francisco,...

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Lazarus of Bethany

Uncovering the Theology Behind Jesus Raising Lazarus From the Dead (Organic Faith Book 3)
By Scott Douglas

Lazarus of Bethany: Uncovering the Theology Behind Jesus Raising Lazarus From the Dead (Organic Faith Book 3) by Scott Douglas is a humorous and concise Christian study focused on the biblical character of Lazarus. Based on the Gospel book of John, the work explains that...

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All Present and Accounted For

The 1972 Alaska Grounding of the U.S. Coast Guard Jarvis and the Heroic Efforts that Saved the Ship
By Steven J Craig

All Present And Accounted For is the saga of the Coast Guard Cutter Jarvis and the heroic efforts of its crew in the 1972 near loss of the ship and all hands. Steven J. Craig has crafted an excellent history of the Coast Guard, centered...

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They Called Him Marvin

By Roger Stark

They Called Him Marvin is a work of non-fiction in the historical, biography, and family history sub-genres, and was penned by author Roger Stark. The work is intended for the general adult reading audience and contains some very mild references to adult themes and wartime...

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Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic

Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T
By Marc J Rauch

Marc J Rauch wrote Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic: Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T to make the case that Henry Ford’s most famous automobile was designed to run on other fuels besides gasoline, namely alcohol. The book presents the other...

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Sweet Mystery of Life

A Judeo-Christian Exegesis
By June Raleigh

An exegesis is “an explanation or critical interpretation of a text,” as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary. In June Raleigh’s nonfiction work titled Sweet Mystery of Life: A Judeo-Christian Exegesis, the connections between Judaism’s Old Testament and Christianity’s New Testament are described. The text is...

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Passport To Hiroshima

The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family Based on a True Story
By Rita Kano

Passport to Hiroshima: The Unthinkable, Inspiring Journey of a Japanese-American Family (Based on a True Story), co-authored by Toshiharu and Rita Kano, memorializes the story of a family of Japanese descent who, seemingly miraculously, survived the dropping of the atomic bomb, ironically enough nicknamed “Little...

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Why the Samurai Lost Japan

A Study in Miscalculation and Folly
By John D Beatty

Why the Samurai Lost Japan: A Study in Miscalculation and Folly, co-authored by John D. Beatty and Lee A. Rochwerger, tells the history of the samurai class and fighting spirit from the 1100s to the end of the Second World War, with particular focus on...

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Blooming in Winter

The Story of a Remarkable Twentieth-Century Woman
By Pam Valois

Blooming in Winter: The Story of a Remarkable Twentieth-Century Woman is written by Pam Valois. Valois and her husband’s first meeting with Jacomena Maybeck was in 1977. Jackie, as she preferred to be called, was on a roof, and Valois and her husband knew then...

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Divided by History

Roots of Sudanese Conflict
By Peter Dixon

Conflict in the Sudan region seems perennial. Just when we think there is peace, some group decides to raise its head and cause concern. Many people thought that recognizing the country being divided into Sudan and South Sudan would solve the centuries-old issues. Wrong! In...

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