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A River of Time: Archaeological Treasures of the Ocmulgee Corridor
By author: Dominic Day   Series edited by: S. Heather Duncan
Product Code: P654
ISBN: 9780881468649
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Price: $16.00
Every year, thousands of visitors climb the tallest of the ancient Ocmulgee Mounds in Macon, Georgia. Gazing fifty-five feet down from the top of this Great Temple Mound gives a sense of the might and mystery of the earliest Southeastern American civilization.

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—Abbott's Creek, North Carolina, Baptist Church, Volume IX
Edited by: J. Kristian Pratt   Series edited by: William H. Brackney
Product Code: HH1029
ISBN: 9780881468601
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Price: $60.00
Volume IX of the Baptists in Early North America Series provides a unique window into the inner life of the Sandy Creek Baptist Tradition. The records contained in this volume begin in 1783 when the church was reconstituted following the Revolutionary War and continue through 1836. The annotations included along with the transcribed minutes include information about the work of the Sandy Creek Baptist Association, of which Abbott's Creek was a founding member. An extensive bibliography and indexes are included.

Baptists in Early North America–Middletown Baptist Church, New Jersey, Volume VIII
Product Code: HH1018
ISBN: 9780881468236
Availability: In stock
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.

Product Code: HH1030
ISBN: 9780881468625
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Price: $30.00
John Rowan Claypool IV (1930-2005) was one of the most prominent white, progressive Baptist preachers in the South during the latter half of the twentieth century. In his fifties, the prominent Baptist became an Episcopal priest. Contributors include Loyd Allen, John W. Arnett, Raymond Bailey, John Rowan Claypool V, R. Alan Culpepper, David W. Hull, Charles Johnson, W. Glenn Jonas, Jr., Mark LaGory, Julie Whidden Long, Henry Parsley, Steven Shoemaker, Walter B. Shurden, and Ruth Wagoner.

Contemners and Serpents: The James Wilson Family Civil War Correspondence
Product Code: HH1028
ISBN: 9780881468595
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Price: $45.00
CONTEMNERS AND SERPENTS presents letters from the family of Presbyterian missionaries James and Eliza Wilson during the Civil War era. Spanning the period from 1859 to 1877, during which family members lived in Tennessee, Georgia, and South Carolina, included are letters written by James Wilson, his wife Eliza Griffing Edwards Wilson, their four sons, and their only daughter.

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
Availability: In stock
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.

From Settlement to Society: A History of the Early Mississippian Settlement at Ocmulgee Volume 3
By author: Daniel Philip Bigman   Edited by: S. Heather Duncan
Product Code: P655
ISBN: 9780881468656
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Price: $16.00
Daniel Bigman's research places Ocmulgee's development in the context of other large Early Mississippian mound centers and communities in the geographic region.

Haints on Black Mountain: A Haunted Short Story Collection
By author: Ann Hite
Product Code: P647
ISBN: 9780881468526
Availability: In stock
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.

Kierkegaard on Woman, Gender, and Love
By author: Sylvia Walsh
Product Code: P652
ISBN: 9780881468618
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Price: $35.00
This collection of essays on Kierkegaard consists of various articles published in academic journals over the course of several decades. In particular, these articles seek to bring his thought into conversation with woman and gender studies in contemporary feminist philosophy and hermeneutics as well as other forms of interpretation.

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