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A Wilderness of Destruction: Confederate Guerillas in East and South Florida, 1861-1865
By author: Zack C. Waters
Product Code: HH1035
ISBN: 9780881468816
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Price: $39.00
Modern historians have consistently treated Florida as a military backwater. Despite that assessment, Rebel guerrillas blocked repeated Union attempts to establish a stronghold in the Florida's interior. After the "abandonment" of Florida by the Confederate government, in early 1862, Gov. John Milton organized guerrilla units to protect the state's citizens.

Baptists in Early North America–New-England from 1602 to 1804, Volume X
Edited by: James P. Byrd   Series edited by: William H. Brackney
Product Code: HH1033
ISBN: 9780881468830
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Price: $60.00
A convert of the "Great Awakening," Issac Backus left the state-supported churches of New England and joined the Baptist movement. Tireless in his advocacy of Baptist issues, Backus opposed church-state establishments and recorded the history of Baptists, all while pastoring a Baptist church in Revolutionary America.

Box Office Gospel: Poems
By author: Marissa Glover
Product Code: P664
ISBN: 9780881468762
Availability: In stock
Price: $20.00
Marissa Glover once again addresses herself, with her signature wit and moxie, to matters political and personal, sacred and profane, in a voice at once disarmingly colloquial and slyly erudite. Varying tonal registers with an easy grace, she ranges freely over national affairs of great historical importance and tiny, shrewdly observed incidents from domestic life.

Cook & Celebrate: A Collection of Southern Holiday & Party Culinary Traditions
Product Code: P673
ISBN: 9780881468953
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Price: $25.00
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.

Georgia: A Brief History, Second Edition, Expanded and Updated
Product Code: P671
ISBN: 9780881468922
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Price: $30.00
Here is a brief, balanced, and up-to-date history of Georgia from the early Native Americans into the twenty-first century. Based on the most recent research, this second edition surveys the people and events that shaped our state's history in a style that reads easily and flows effortlessly.

Inside the Legal Profession: Conversations with Leaders of the Georgia Bench and Bar
Edited by: Patrick E. Longan
Product Code: P668
ISBN: 9780881468878
Availability: In stock
Price: $35.00
Mercer University School of Law's "Inside the Legal Profession" series, a required part of the Mercer curriculum, consists of hour-long interviews with distinguished members of the bench and bar, with the entire first-year class in attendance. Presented here is a collection of eleven of the most memorable interviews in the series.

Keeping the Faith: Essays in Memory of Roger H. Prentice
Product Code: P669
ISBN: 9780881468908
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Price: $35.00
This collection of essays is written in memory of Roger H. Prentice (1943-2022). Recognizing his faithful work and witness over many years, this memorial volume brings together a variety of essays and reflections on themes including: Baptist theology and identity, spirituality, chaplaincy and ministry, worship and the arts, and engagement with the wider world.

One Thousand Sheets of Rice Paper: Poems
By author: Kevin Cantwell
Product Code: P663
ISBN: 9780881468755
Availability: In stock
Price: $20.00
This third collection of Kevin Cantwell's poetry is characterized less by formalism than by the lyric poem as an exploration of the process of making art. Intimate poems from family life give pointed texture to the more meditative encounters within the paragraphing of longer stanzas.

Tamp: Poems
By author: Denton Loving
Product Code: P661
ISBN: 9780881468731
Availability: In stock
Price: $20.00
East Tennessee poet Denton Loving's second collection centers on the bond that endures between father and son, even after death. Loving explores and celebrates the physical and psychological landscapes of his native Appalachia--its mountains and valleys, its flora and fauna--with language that is lyrical and bursting with sudden shocks of emotional power.