Gwinnett Co.
Gwinnett Co.
History of Gwinnett Co GA, 1818-1943
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This is a hardcover book printed by Sheridan Books, Inc. VA in 1996 without a dust jacket and is a facsimile reprint LOCCN (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number) 095-81193. It contains black and while photographs. Chapters include the the Indians, Fort Daniel, Confederate States of America, and Writings of Major Winn. Volume II History of Gwinnett County Georgia. 1918-1960 and Index to Volume II History of Gwinnett County 1818-1960 were published separately.
 
Button Gwinnett: A Historiography of the Georgia Signer of the Declaration of Independence
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While a small number of colonial leaders who were present at the Second Continental Congress have become household names, many others have lapsed into relative obscurity. Button Gwinnett, a representative from Georgia who signed the Declaration on behalf of his state, can be considered one of these figures. In this historiography, a collection of forty-seven written sources provides insight into Button Gwinnett’s life and the role he played in early political life. Connecting him to many other important revolutionary figures, the tracing of ten major topics recurs persistently throughout the sources, including his ethnic background, his role in local and state politics in Georgia, and his rivalry with General Lachlan McIntosh. Throughout the expansive evaluation of these topics, focus on contradictory viewpoints can be found by comparing and contrasting the sources.ABOUT THE AUTHORI currently reside in Medford, Oregon, and am working on my master’s degree in business administration. I have bachelor of science degrees in economics, business administration, and history, all from Southern Oregon University. I am the father of a wonderful son, who is currently five and a half years old. Every minute I spend with him is a delight. I wrote this book for my senior capstone for my history degree and did not intend for it to actually become a book, but once I started writing it, there was so much information to be compiled that the project became a book.
 
2017 Topps Heritage Minors Baseball #148 Patrick Weigel Gwinnett Braves
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2017 Topps Co. trading card in near mint/mint condition, authenticated by Seller
 
An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge (Forgotten Books)
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"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" (sometimes called "An Incident at Owl Creek Bridge") is a famous short story by Ambrose Bierce. It was originally published in 1890, and first anthologized in Bierce's 1891 collection, Tales of Soldiers and Civilians. The story is famous for its irregular time sequence and twist ending.Set during the American Civil War, "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" is the story of Peyton Farquhar, a Confederate sympathizer condemned to die by hanging upon the Owl Creek Bridge of the title. The main character finds himself already bound at the bridge's edge at the beginning of the story. It is later revealed that a disguised Union scout enlisted him to attempt to demolish the bridge, and subsequently he was caught in the act. (Quote from wikipedia.org)About the AuthorAmbrose Gwinnett Bierce (1842 - 1914)Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (24 June 1842 - 1914) was an American editorialist, journalist, short-story writer and satirist, today best known for his An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and The Devil's Dictionary.His dark, sardonic views and vehemence as a critic earned him the nickname, "Bitter Bierce". Such was his reputation that it was said his judgment on any piece of prose or poetry could make or break a writer's career. Among the younger writers whom he encouraged were the poet George Sterling and the fiction writer W. C. Morrow. (Quote from wikipedia.org)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.http://www.forgottenbooks.org
 
Don't Commit A Crime In Gwinnett GA | Funny Police Tshirt
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Don't Commit A Crime In Gwinnett GA | Funny Police Tshirt. If you are a proud supporter of the thin blue line movement and law enforcement, police officers, LEOs, or Law Enforcement Officers then you will love this shirt. Good gift to give anyone who likes watching Live Cop Shows. You need this shirt if you are constantly watching live cop shows. Wear matching shirts with your proud nation watch party. This shirt is for anyone who lives in or is a fan of Gwinnett Co., Georgia, Duluth, Berkeley Lake, Grayson, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Suwanee.
 
1886 Map of New York Plate 15: Bounded by Ten Eyck Street, Knickerbocker Avenue, Flushing Avenue, Harrison Avenue, Gwinnett Street, Broadway and Union Avenue. Robinson, E. (Elisha) (Cartographer)|Hist
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1886 map of New York Plate 15: Bounded by Ten Eyck Street, Knickerbocker Avenue, Flushing Avenue, Harrison Avenue, Gwinnett Street, Broadway and Union Avenue. Robinson, E. (Elisha) (Cartographer) Publisher/Notes: E. Robinson Co.
 
2006 Topps Declaration of Independence #BG Button Gwinnett - NM-MT
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2006 Topps Co. trading card in near mint/mint condition, authenticated by Seller
 
2006 Topps Chrome Declaration of Independence Refractors #BG Button Gwinnett - NM-MT
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Can Such Things Be? by Ambrose Bierce, Biography & Autobiography
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Ambrose Bierce never owned a horse, a carriage, or a car; he was a renter who never owned his own home. He was a man on the move, a man who traveled light: and in the end he rode, with all of his possessions, on a rented horse into the Mexican desert to join Pancho Villa -- never to return.Can Such Things Be?Once William Randolph Hearst -- Bierce's employer, who was bragging about his own endless collections of statuary, art, books, tapestries, and, of course real estate like Hearst Castle -- once William Randolph Hearst asked Bierce what he collected. Bierce responded, smugly: "I collect words. And ideas. Like you, I also store them. But in the reservoir of my mind. I can take them out and display them at a moment's notice. Eminently portable, Mr. Hearst. And I don't find it necessary to show them all at the same time." Such things can be.  (jacketless library hardcover)
 
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