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📒The Writings Of An Old Virginia Country Boy ✍ J. Richard Grove
✏The Writings of an Old Virginia Country Boy Book Summary : The author teaches us about the wisdom of ants in a very interesting and entertaining fashion. This book actually inspires the reader to want to know more about ants, and gives you a healthy respect for them. Ant B, who is the main character, has a short life span and she's busy trying to complete her mission and purpose in The Ant World for God's kingdom on earth. Two Bible verses refer to the ant: Proverbs 6:6 and Proverbs 30:25 The Ant World does exist. The ants can hear, they can see, and they do have a purpose. This is a children's book for ALL of God's children.
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📒The West Virginia Country Fiddler ✍ Malvin Newton Artley
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📒Virginia Country ✍ Betsy Wells Edwards
✏Virginia Country Book Summary : Looks at pre-Civil War Virginia houses that are still privately owned, interviews current residents, and discusses restoration work
📒Virginia S Blues Country And Gospel Records 1902 1943 ✍ Kip Lornell
✏Virginia s Blues Country and Gospel Records 1902 1943 Book Summary : During the years before World War II, hundreds of traditional musicians were sought out by commercial record companies, brought to New York or into local -- often makeshift -- studios, to cut recordings that would be marketed as "race" and "hillbilly" music. Virginia was home to scores of these performers, several of whom were to become internationally known. Among them were the Carter Family, the Golden Gate Quartet, Charlie Poole, and the Stoneman Family, whose music has touched millions of listeners far beyond the confines of the Old Dominion. It is this historically important body of recordings from this unique period that forms the focus of Kip Lornell's study. In it he combines biographical sketches and bibliographies of the artists and groups with comprehensive discographies of each, covering not only the original 78-rpm issues but also American and foreign long-play releases. The entries incorporate new primary research and contemporary interviews with veterans of early recording sessions. Numerous vintage photographs are also included, some reproduced here for the first time.
📒Southern West Virginia Coal Country ✍ James E. Casto
✏Southern West Virginia Coal Country Book Summary : Coal was mined in Southern West Virginia even before the state's birth in 1863 but was mostly consumed within a few miles of where it was dug. When the railroads arrived on the scene, they not only provided a means of getting that coal to market, they also brought in trainloads of workers to the sparsely populated region. With the mines generally located in remote, out-of-the-way spots, operators were forced to build housing for those workers and their families, as well as company stores, schools, and churches- everything needed in a small community. Overnight, the nation's demand for coal turned sleepy, little places in Southern West Virginia into boomtowns and helped cities such as Charleston and Huntington grow and prosper as gateways to and from the coalfields.
📒Dishing Up Virginia ✍ Patrick Evans-Hylton
✏Dishing Up Virginia Book Summary : From colonial traditions through contemporary flavors, you’ll be amazed at the deliciously rich variety of Virginia’s cuisine. Patrick Evans-Hylton presents 145 delectable recipes celebrating the state’s oysters, blue crabs, peanuts, heirloom tomatoes, sweet potatoes, wine, and much more. Learn how to make Chesapeake Cioppino, Indian Butter Chicken, Black Cake, and scores of other regional delights. You’ll soon be pairing Classic Southern Slaw with Pulled Pork BBQ or Virginia Fried Chicken.
📒Cub Creek ✍ Grace Greene
✏Cub Creek Book Summary : In the heart of Virginia, where the forests shelter secrets and the creeks run strong and deep Libbie Havens doesn't need anyone. She's fine on her own. When she chances upon the secluded house on Cub Creek she purchases it. She'll show her cousin Liz, and other doubters, that she can rise above her past and live happily and successfully on her own terms. Libbie has emotional problems born of a troubled childhood. Raised by a grandmother she could never please, Libbie is more comfortable not being comfortable with people. She knows she's different from most. She has special gifts, or curses, but are they real? Or are they products of her history and dysfunction? At Cub Creek Libbie makes friends and even attracts the romantic interest of two local men, Dan Wheeler and Jim Mitchell. Relationships with her cousin and other family members improve dramatically and Libbie experiences true happiness-until a tragedy occurs. Having lost the good things gained at Cub Creek, Libbie must find a way out her troubles, to finally rise above them and seize control of her life and future, or risk losing everything, including herself.
📒Leaving Cub Creek ✍ Grace Greene
✏Leaving Cub Creek Book Summary : In the heart of Virginia, where the forests hide secrets and the creeks run strong and deep Libbie Havens never fit in. She bought the old Carson place on Cub Creek and moved to the Virginia countryside to prove she could live on her own terms. In the process, she learned some truths about herself and found love but love, acceptance and belonging can be easier to find than to keep. While on a trip to Sicily with Libbie, Jim Mitchell must leave suddenly because his son is injured in an accident in California. Now alone, Libbie is surprised by an old friend, Dr. Barry Raymond, but Dr. Raymond is a reminder of her troubled past and she's glad to see the last of him when she leaves Sicily until he shows up at her house on Cub Creek. Years before, Dr. Raymond told Libbie that if troubles weren't dealt with, they'd keep coming back. With Jim still away helping his son, Libbie's troubles are returning in force and wreaking havoc on her confidence and their relationship. Libbie would rather hide than risk rejection, but she must face down the past and fight for what she wants, or the troubles that haunt her past and present will forever doom her future.
✏A Profile of Runaway Slaves in Virginia and South Carolina from 1730 through 1787 Book Summary : First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.