Chesapeake 1910

News Readers on Bay Steamers, the Great War and Prohibition (Steamboats & Oyster Wars: The News Reader, Book 3)
Narrated by: Paul J. McSorley
Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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The third book in the Chesapeake series

Roaring into the 20th century, the Ethan Douglas family faces new challenges with furious weather on the Chesapeake Bay, oyster wars, Titanic and Lusitania sinkings, new changes with women's suffrage, a world at war dragging America into conflict, and drug and alcohol addiction causing dozens of states to adopt Prohibition.

©1988, 2019 Kenneth C Rossignol (P)2019 Kenneth C Rossignol

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History told so that you feel like you were there

This is another addition to this series outlining the history of the Chesapeake area.The author , who is also an editor of a newspaper in the Chesapeake area, has well researched the history of this area. This book continues by telling the happenings around 1910. It makes you feel as if you were right there, getting your local newspaper and finding out what had happened in the neighbourhood and all around the world. I found it to be a wealth of information and very enjoyable to read..

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