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  • 'My World Is Gone': Memories of Life in a Southern Cotton Mill Town | George G. Suggs Jr.

    'My World Is Gone': Memories of Life in a Southern Cotton Mill Town

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By George G. Suggs Jr.
    • Narrated By Steve Ember
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    Baseball, religion, work, death, and the company store - these figured eminently in the lives of Southern cotton mill workers and their families during the early decades of the 20th century. In this firsthand account of his native Bladenboro, North Carolina, George G. Suggs, Jr., captures in rich detail the world of a thriving cotton mill town where the company was dominant but workers had forged a strong community. Here the focus is on the workers - their interests, personalities, and values - in their best and in their darker moments.

  • Paris Apartment for Rent | Peggy Kopman-Owens

    Paris Apartment for Rent

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    • By Peggy Kopman-Owens
    • Narrated By Steve Ember
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    Paris was a property owner's paradise, a place where renters far exceeded the inventory of apartments. So why had the beautiful young French woman been so willing to offer a perfect stranger, an American, her apartment and one month free rent? Yes, there were less expensive places in the world to live, but Zack's heart was set on a place of his own in the 6th Arrondissement. And yes, it did matter that it was in this particular neighborhood, where Gertrude Stein had lived and Hemingway had walked.

    J Walker says: "Charming story, loved the narrator"
  • Trade, Land, Power: The Struggle for Eastern North America | Daniel K. Richter

    Trade, Land, Power: The Struggle for Eastern North America

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    • By Daniel K. Richter
    • Narrated By Steve Ember
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    Throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Eastern North America, Natives and newcomers alike understood the close relationship between political power and control of trade and land, but they did so in very different ways. For Native Americans trade was a collective act. The alliances that made a people powerful became visible through material exchanges that forged connections among kin groups, villages, and the spirit world.

  • Between River and Mountain | Sally Walker Brinkmann

    Between River and Mountain

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    • By Sally Walker Brinkmann
    • Narrated By Steve Ember
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    Young Rob Johnson just wants to farm his family's land in Morgan County, Virginia, and court pretty Fannie Swann, but the outbreak of war between the North and the South plunges him into a world of treachery and violence. Threatened by Rebel conscription gangs and Yankee foragers, Rob finally joins the 48th Virginia Infantry and experiences the horrors of war.

  • The Check Out | Richard A. Lester

    The Check Out

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    • By Richard A. Lester
    • Narrated By Steve Ember
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    Failing grocery store manager Larry Prescott just wants a quickie. With a frigid wife waiting at home, Larry decides to have some extramarital fun with an employee named Maxine Watkins. Though he has no way of knowing it, Larry is sowing the seeds for a crime spree that will be dubbed “The MegaSaver Massacre”.

    AudioBook Reviewer says: "is an enjoyable farce"
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