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According to Sand: Poems
By author: Thorpe Moeckel
Product Code: P651
ISBN: 9780881468571
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Price: $17.00
ACCORDING TO SAND is an aching, wryly joyous collection that embodies the erosive and porous qualities of sand and invites us to recognize how we might remain among the remains, settling, shifting, filtering, and surviving.

Against the Woods' Dark Trunks: Poems
By author: Jack B. Bedell
Product Code: P650
ISBN: 9780881468564
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Price: $17.00
The poems in AGAINST THE WOODS' DARK TRUNKS stare deep into the shadows of Jack Bedell's native South Louisiana swamp to find ghosts, monsters, death, and flood waters.

Baptists in Early North America–Middletown Baptist Church, New Jersey, Volume VIII
Product Code: HH1018
ISBN: 9780881468236
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Price: $60.00
Middletown Baptist Church in Monmouth County ("Old First Church" since 1963) is the oldest Baptist congregation in New Jersey and one of the constituting churches of the Philadelphia Baptist Association in 1707. Church meeting minutes, membership rolls, congregational correspondence, and personal letters cover the period 1712 to 1811. The earliest years after the church's founding in 1688 are largely unknown due to discord and subsequent excision of records. Records for the years 1741 to 1785 are incomplete, but transcribed entries from "Elder Mott's Journal" provide a first-hand account of the church's life during that period.

Cook & Celebrate: A Collection of Southern Holiday & Party Culinary Traditions
Product Code: HH1031
ISBN: 9780881468441
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Price: $28.00
Barrett takes readers from the Commonwealth of Virginia, down to the Carolina and Georgia Lowcountry, over to Mobile Bay, and on jaunts in between to showcase the favorite dishes (and the stories behind them) Southerners use to fete the holidays, and one another. COOK & CLEBRATE is a wonderful, delectable, and nostalgic read that will invoke warm, festive memories and inspire you to celebrate life in the kitchen.

Diary of a Rock and Roll Tour Manager: 2,190 Days and Nights with the South's Premier Rock Band
By author: Willie Perkins
Product Code: P645
ISBN: 9780881468465
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Price: $25.00
DIARY OF A ROCK AND ROLL TOUR MANAGER chronicles the triumphs and tragedies of the day-to-day touring of The Allman Brothers Band from 1970 to 1976, detailing their rise from obscurity to the absolute pinnacle of rock super stardom. Perkins shepherded the band from their lowly beginnings in smoke-filled bars to six figure payoffs before hundreds of thousands of fans in outdoor venues.

Haints on Black Mountain: A Haunted Short Story Collection
By author: Ann Hite
Product Code: P647
ISBN: 9780881468526
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Price: $20.00
Ann Hite takes her readers back to Black Mountain with this haunted short story collection. An array of new characters on the mountain experience ghostly encounters. The collection took inspiration from her beloved readers, who provided writing prompts.

Like a Great Feudal Landlord: How Architecture and Slavery Created the World of the Upcountry Planter
Product Code: HH1017
ISBN: 9780881468229
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Price: $40.00
The Southern Greek Revival plantation house is one which has drawn attention in history and fiction. Yet, the symbolism and meaning of these homes is often overlooked. Greek Revival architecture had a particular appeal to many Upcountry planters as it represented a renewal of the ideals embodied by the ancient Greeks, who firmly adhered to a division of society as well as the need for and use of slavery. Additionally, the Upcountry cotton planter of the nineteenth century sought to differentiate himself from the planters of the previous generation, who used the Federal style of architecture. With the prosperity generated from cotton, the Upcountry planters from Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina saw in their Greek Revival plantation house a lasting legacy to their power and societal status. The muted voices of the slaves who enabled the planters to live in these homes are articulated here, as well as the exploration of the dramatic changes brought about by the Civil War.

Paper, Scissors, Rock-n-Roll: Ringo, Duane, & Me
By author: Bill Thames
Product Code: P644
ISBN: 9780881468458
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Price: $28.00
This memoir encompasses a period from 1964 through November of 1969, before The Allman Brothers Band skyrocketed into nationwide prominence, when author Bill Thames was a budding teenage musician in Daytona Beach, Florida. Each chapter is based on never-before-heard stories of Duane and Gregg Allman, plus Ringo, the influential manager of The Martinque club, as well as others.

Piano Days: A Novel
By author: Don Reid
Product Code: HH1023
ISBN: 9780881468403
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Price: $25.00
PIANO DAYS is the story of three boys growing up in the late 1950s and early 1960s in a small town doing the things young boys do; playing softball for the local church team, discovering girls, going to the record hop at the National Guard Armory on Saturday nights, and learning to drive while learning a little bit about life along the way. The townspeople impact the boys in various ways during their childhood and influence who they become as young adults.

Sudden Death: A Novel
Product Code: HH1026
ISBN: 9780881468502
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Price: $27.00
SUDDEN DEATH is a murder mystery set in the world of football. More than a whodunit, the novel spans roughly thirty years from 1966 to 1997 in the life of one couple, Duke and Kendall Astin. But when the murder occurs, the story becomes a search for joy and goodness in life, and ultimately the triumph of the human spirit over unspeakable odds. Written by a woman who has spent her entire life married to a football player and coach, SUDDEN DEATH also explores serious themes of sports gambling, alcoholism, and spousal abuse within the varied cast of characters.

Tell It True: A Novel
By author: John Pruitt
Product Code: HH1025
ISBN: 9780881468472
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Price: $27.00
An African American serviceman is gunned down on a rural Georgia road in July 1964. This shocking murder ensnares a wide range of characters including the journalists who cover it, the lawmen who must solve it, the civil rights leaders who capitalize upon it, the politicians who exploit it, and the Atlanta magnate who fears its impact on the New South image he desperately wants to protect.

The Evangelist: Poems
By author: David Armand
Product Code: P649
ISBN: 9780881468557
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Price: $18.00
THE EVANGELIST contains poems that are at once deceptively simple, clear, and colloquial, yet dense with meaning and universal significance. Drawing upon everyday incidents, Armand fashions poems of great lyrical beauty and potent symbolism that remind his readers of the importance of memory and of a shared language.

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