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Wednesday, November 27 2013

Interviews include descendants of people who were business and civic leaders, groundbreakers, politicians and soldiers from the Kansas-Missouri Border War and American Civil War era.

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Wednesday, November 27 2013

The photographs in this book are from the archives of the Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum and many generous donors. Author Joe Vaughan’s family roots in Kansas City can be traced back to the 1870s.

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Tuesday, November 26 2013

“Ike Skelton’s courage in dealing with the life-changing reality of polio as a teenager, combined with his dedication to public service and his understanding of the Congress and our national defense, come together in a compelling memoir.”

—United States Senator Roy Blunt (MO)

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Sunday, November 17 2013

Presidential quotes offer important insights into the critical issues of our lives and modern times.

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Sunday, November 17 2013

"Wayne Vansant has authored a graphic account of the Battle of Gettysburg with rich illustrations and narrative that makes history come alive. This book will not only spark an interest in the terrible battle and sad aftermath, but will provide the reader with a good understanding of the men and armies memorialized at Gettysburg National Military Park today." - John Heiser, Historian, Gettysburg, PA

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Sunday, November 17 2013

Her job in Iraq was to drive a five-ton truck transporting supplies, equipment, troops, and enemy prisoners in support of a regiment securing the northwest quadrant of the war-torn country. Her role was considered non-combatant, but it was dangerous and nerve-wracking. She was required to carry a rifle at all times.

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Sunday, November 17 2013

In 1863, two great armies meet at a small town called Gettysburg, and its citizens -- including teens Tillie Pierce and Daniel Skelly -- are trapped in the crossfire. Gettysburg relays the bloody battle through their eyes.

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