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Historic Killeen

Author : Gerald D. Skidmore
ISBN : 9781935377269
Genre : Business enterprises
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A history of Killeen, Texas, written by Gerald D. Skidmore, who was managing editor of the Killeen Daily Herald for 42 years and worked 13 years for the Killeen Chamber of Commerce.
Category: Business enterprises

Historic Mansfield

Author : Scott Schaut
ISBN : 9781935377122
Genre : History
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A Bicentennial History will tell the story of our city as we mark our 200th year. The book will contrast the old and the new and relate the great transition from heavy manufacturing to a service economy, including retailing, education and healthcare.
Category: History

Historic San Marcos

Author : Rodney Van Oudekerke
ISBN : 9781935377405
Genre : History
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An illustrated history of San Marcos, Texas, paired with histories of the local companies.
Category: History

Historic Rogers County

Author : Bob Burke
ISBN : 9781935377115
Genre : History
File Size : 70.99 MB
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An illustrated history of Rogers County, Oklanoma, paired with histories of the local companies.
Category: History

Route 66 Backroads

Author : Jim Hinckley
ISBN : 9781616731922
Genre : Travel
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Known as the Main Street of America and the Mother Road, U.S. Route 66 is the nation’s best known highway. Once the microcosm of a culture increasingly connected by automobiles, its sights and attractions are now a fascinating reflection of a nation on the move. Travel this iconic highway through the heart of America with Route 66 Backroads as your guide. This lavishly illustrated book steers you from Chicago to Los Angeles, traveling through the lowlands of the American Plains and the high plateaus of New Mexico and Arizona, from the Great Lakes to the mighty Pacific Ocean, and through major metropolises and remote country towns. Branch away from the Mother Road, and you encounter gems hidden beyond today’s standard motels and tourist traps---the quaint frontier communities that date back to the nation’s westward expansion; the legacy of ancient native cultures; and the awe-inspiring natural wonders that have graced these lands since time immemorial. State parks, wildlife refuges, museums, historic sites, literary landmarks, and much more are there to be explored within a few hours’ drive from the path of Route 66. The fifty trips included here offer new travel opportunities for the thousands of road-trippers who follow this legendary route, looking for something more.
Category: Travel

The Official Guide To American Historic Inns

Author : Deborah Edwards Sakach
ISBN : 1888050209
Genre : Travel
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First drafts of the U.S. Constitution were written in the stately ballroom of the John Rutledge House Inn. The Battle of Gettysburg raged on the grounds at the Doubleday Inn.
Category: Travel

Historic Baton Rouge Architecture

Author : Jim Fraiser
ISBN : 1455618098
Genre : Architecture
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Tour significant Baton Rouge buildings without leaving home. Explore the state capital of Louisiana by paging through this wonderful book exhibiting Baton Rouge's grand, historic architecture. The beautiful homes and buildings of the city are exquisitely photographed here, inside and out. Historic residences, such as the Reymond House, and downtown landmarks, such as the old and new state capitol buildings, are also included in this detailed work that will be treasured for years to come.
Category: Architecture

The Historical Magazine

Author : John Ward Dean
ISBN : STANFORD:36105118844534
Genre : United States
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Category: United States

Around Yavapai County

Author : Nancy Burgess
ISBN : 0738579629
Genre : History
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On February 23, 1863, Pres. Abraham Lincoln signed the bill creating the Territory of Arizona. The first Arizona Territorial Legislature established the capital at Prescott and met in September 1864. They divided the territory into four counties: Mohave, Pima, Yavapai, and Yuma. Yavapai County, the "mother county," consisted of approximately 65,000 square miles and was believed to be the largest county in the United States. By the time Arizona attained statehood on February 14, 1912, there were 14 counties, and Yavapai County had been reduced in size to 8,125 square miles. Yavapai County has a rich history in mining, ranching, farming, military, and business. Today, Yavapai County is a thriving, growing county with nine incorporated cities and towns and numerous unincorporated communities, such as Ash Fork, Black Canyon City, Cornville, Mayer, and Skull Valley. Historic sites include Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, the town of Jerome, Fort Verde, Montezuma's Castle and Well, and Tuzigoot.
Category: History

Day Trips From Phoenix Tucson Flagstaff

Author : Pam Hait
ISBN : 9781493016921
Genre : Travel
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Rediscover the simple pleasures of a day trip with Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff. This guide is packed with hundreds of exciting things for locals and vacationers to do, see, and discover within a two-hour drive of these popular Arizona cities. With full trip-planning information, Day Trips from Phoenix, Tucson, and Flagstaff. helps makes the most of a brief getaway.
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