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Trouble on the Tombigbee Trouble, on, the, Tombigbee
Trouble on the Tombigbee Price: $21.95
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Ted M. Dunagan Item #: 4237 -

In Ted Dunagan’s third young adult novel, boyhood friends Ted and Poudlum, a white and a black boy who live in the rural segregated South of the 1940s, are in for more adventure. On A fishing trip, they camp out in the vicinity of a Ku Klux Klan meeting and they learn the identity of key Klansmen. They used their wits to escape down the river but only to swim into the arms of more trouble, including Ted and Poudlum would even be kidnapped. Their escapades test their resourcefulness and...

"Once You Know This" by Emily Blejwas
"Once You Know This" by Emily Blejwas Price: $16.99
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Emily Blejwas Item #: 10267 -

"Sometimes you need to dream a little bigger..."Eleven year old Brittany knows there has to be a better world out there. Lately, though, it sure doesn't feel like it. She and her best friend, Marisol, stick together at school, but at home Brittany's granny is sick, her cat is missing, there's never any money, and there's Jack to worry about. Brittany has a hard time picturing her future as anything but a plain white sky. But if her life is ever going to change, she needs a plan. And once she...

A Bubba on Polecat Bay
A Bubba on Polecat Bay Price: $19.95
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Item #: 8903 -

Duck hunting, deer hunting, turkey hunting, or fishing, if any of these endeavors are going on there probably a Bubba involved. South Alabama has always been a haven for Bubba types. They all have one thing in common: given the opportunity they will do some dumb stuff while pursuing their sport. Included in these pages are stories about a few of these Bubbas, both the Causeway variety like the ones on Polecat Bay, and their hillbilly counterparts from upstate a ways. The stories are all true...

A Sharecroppers Daughter by Jessie LaVon
A Sharecropper's Daughter by Jessie LaVon Price: $21.95
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Jessie LaVon Item #: 9468 -

"Come and travel the road back to where the late afternoon drifts into long shadows of purple, blue and raw sienna. Where long afternoon drifts into long shadow, and the cotton fields gently kiss the breeze. Back to where memories were made to last a lifetime and can now be captured on my canvases" by Jessie LaVon about her book "A Sharecropper's Daughter" Jessie was born a sharecropper's daughter to Geneva Yelverton in 1955 and grew up much the way her family had for generations.Published by...

A-Train Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman
A-Train Memoirs of a Tuskegee Airman Price: $24.95
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-Train is the story of one of the black Americans who, during World War II, graduated from Tuskegee (AL) Flying School and served as a pilot in the Army Air Corps’ 99th Pursuit Squadron. Charles W. Dryden presents a fast-paced, balanced, and personal account of what it was like to prepare for a career traditionally closed to African Americans, how he coped with the frustrations and dangers of combat, and how he, along with many fellow black pilots, navigators, bombardiers, and crewmen, emerged...

Alabama Barbecue: Delicious Road Trips
Alabama Barbecue: Delicious Road Trips Price: $20.00
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Item #: 7545 -

No state in America has a higher percentage of restaurants seving barbecue than Alabama, according to a recent survey. More than 300 Alabama restaurants serve the savory smoked meat. That's enough to make a pig-pilgramage every weekend for a half decade without visiting the same one twice!These are the dining spots that you can smell before you see them: sweet hardwood smoke wafting across the landscape, drawing diners off the highway at places they never intended to stop.The best ones are...

All Over Alabama
All Over Alabama Price: $14.00
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All Over Alabama is the fun account of a close-knit family that lives in Alabama- a family of frogs that is! Readers with roots in Alabama will smile as a bullfrog named Gig, whose family is very big, desrcribes some of the relatives he has living throughout the state. There's Gig's Uncle Wart in Spanish Fort, Cousin Toady Belle- the beauty queen from Hazel Green, the cousins that are itty bitty-tiny tadpoles in Pell City... and that's not all!

Clearing the Thickets
Clearing the Thickets Price: $29.99
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Item #: 6236 -

The name Alabama comes from the Choctaw word meaning “clearers of the thickets,” inspiring the title of this fascinating new book. The volume's purpose is to examine Alabama's early history beginning with the era of European colonization and culminating with the state's controversial secession from the Union—after just 41 years as a state (recognizing, of course, that the actual history began long before this emigration, with Native American civilizations). In so doing, the author traces how...

Cooking is a Feeling
Cooking is a Feeling Price: $14.00
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Item #: 5613 -

A collection of recipes from regional columnist Amanda Walker.It includes sections on appetizers and beverages, soups and salads, main dishes, desserts, and more!

Cora Jean
Cora Jean Price: $21.95
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Lawrence Moore Item #: 8956 -

Cora Jean is the story of a young girl from the American South, the daughter of a prostitute who is sold for forty dollars and five sacks of sweet potatoes. From a brutal upbringing and tumultuous life growing up in the 1960s to modern day, Cora Jean's simple heart and strength of character shine through in a story of love, loss and ultimate grace that speaks volumes to us all.

Dead Towns of Alabama
Dead Towns of Alabama Price: $19.95
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Item #: 4218 -

Dead Towns of Alabama is not merely a series of obituaries for dead towns. Instead, it brings back to life 83 Indian towns, 77 fort sites, and 112 colonial, territorial, and state towns. W. Stuart Harris conjures up a wealth of fascinating images from Alabama's rich and colorful past--images of life as the Indians lived it, of colonial life in the wilderness, of Spanish explorers and French exiles, of danger and romance, of riverboats and railroads, of plantations and gold mines, of...

Fear Not the Fall
Fear Not the Fall Price: $13.95
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In three dozen poems and a two-act play, MacArthur Fellow Billie Jean Young honors the tradition of struggle, resistance, and survival common to generations of women descended from African slaves. The tradition she dramatizes in her acclaimed portrayal of Fannie Lou Hamer (here for the first time in book form)-the tradition of making a way out of no way-is the same tradition she celebrates in remembering her mother's "rub-board hands." Her poetry also reveals the deeply painful, often hidden...