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Gracie and the mountain: ... growing young from 62 to 89 climbing Mt. Le Conte by Emilie Ervin Powell
The Arrow 1979 (Yearbook of Clinton High School, Clinton, MS) by Clinton High School
A Dictionary of English and Welsh surnames, with special American instances by Charles Wareing Endell Bardsley
The Forrester 1948 (Yearbook of the Forrest County Agricultural High School) Vol. 7 by Forrest County Agricultural High School
The most of Lewis Grizzard by Lewis Grizzard
Wildflowers of Mississippi by S. Lee Timme
Miss Julia hits the road by Ann B. Ross
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About meHappily retired library administrator and teacher of English. Married 52+ years, children and grandchildren. Native and resident of Mississippi. Rural upbringing, small town dweller near capital city. Primary interests are (in no particular order): genealogy and family history including DNA, gardening, Christian music, fancy fowl, antique automobiles,science and religion, Celtic peoples and history, pianos, et al. Not particularly interested in heraldry, Civil War, or sports. Unrepentant and addicted reader. Not particularly conservative in current political terms - which makes me unapologetically out-of-sync with most Mississippians. Of stubborn Scots heritage.
About my libraryEclectic collection, with main emphasis on genealogy and associated topics, gardening, science and religion, and selected fiction. Collection contains church hymnals, some of which date back to the 1800s, and various yearbooks from Mississippi schools and colleges with which I have had some sort of connection. I read dozens of novels annually which I do not keep,but usually pass along to other interested readers or to library book sales.
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