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  1. Admission of Tennessee Into the Union, The
    Early settlers of the lands destined to become the state of Tennessee proved themselves to be indepe...
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    $4.95
  2. History of the Lost State of Franklin
    In the decade following the American Revolution, a bitter political battle developed over the land w...
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    $32.50
  3. History of Washington County, Tennessee, A
    A History of Washington County, Tennessee, a bicentennial project, will provide readers an overview ...
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    was $79.50 Special Price $19.88
  4. History of Watauga County, North Carolina with Sketches of Prominent Families
    This well-known history of Watauga County, North Carolina, is considered one of the best ever writte...
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    $32.50
  5. Interview with Andrew Jackson, An
    Ruth Smalley has provided her readers with a new and unique perspective on President Andrew Jackson....
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    $9.95
  6. Interview with Andrew Johnson, An
    Foregoing the constraints of space and time, author Ruth Smalley has used her imagination to bring t...
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    $9.95
  7. Interview with James K. Polk, An
    In her second book for The Overmountain Press, Ruth Smalley uses her unique writing style to illustr...
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    $9.95
  8. More Kentucky Ghost Stories
    Probably no section of the country can rightly claim more mystifying, more intriguing or more enduri...
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    $14.95
  9. Old Murders
    If you think life in a small Southern town is boring, then you’ve never been to Gallagher, Virgini...
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    $13.95
  10. Tragedy at Devil's Hollow and Other Kentucky Ghost Stories
    This is the first book of Kentucky ghost stories by acclaimed author Michael Paul Henson. He tells t...
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    $17.95
  11. Western North Carolina: A History from 1730 to 1913
    From the Introductory to the Appendix, this volume is filled with interesting information. Covering...
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    $37.50
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