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About meIm a historian who lives way down in exotic Alabama. Ive also been a small-time journalist and computer tech, and have spent some weeks in London, Vienna, and Basel. My wife teaches English literature and our home libraries have merged.

About my libraryYoull find a lot of history, dozens of books in German, quite a few on Islam, and a whole bunch about southeastern American Indians. Most of the fiction is my wifes, along with a fine Quaker history collection. Ive collected several musty old paperbacks warning of an imminent deth struggle with communism. These are tagged Red Menace. Similar books associated with the latest apocalyptic ecstasy are tagged scary Muslims.

GroupsAmerican Civil War, American History, History: On learning from and writing history, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Indigenous Peoples, ISLAM, Legacy Libraries, LibraryThing in German, LibraryThing in Maori, Magic City LT Groupshow all groups

Favorite authorsAnnie Heloise Abel, Sherman Alexie, David Bottoms, Kathryn E. Holland Braund, Bertolt Brecht, Patricia Kay Galloway, John Howard Griffin, Heinrich Heine, Judson Mitcham, Parker J. Palmer, Pearl-Poet, Iain Pears, Joshua Piker, Joshua Piker, William Shakespeare, Laurence Sterne, Daniel H. Usner, Jr., Richard White, Zitkala-Ša (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesBirmingham Botanical Gardens Library, Birmingham Public Library, Library of Congress, Ralph Brown Draughon Library (Auburn University), Robert W. Woodruff Library (Emory University), Roddenbery Memorial Library

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Currently readingThe four deaths of Acorn Whistler : Telling stories in colonial America by Joshua Piker
Friend of life : the biography of Rufus M. Jones by Elizabeth Gray Vining
On This Spirit Walk: The Voices of Native American and Indigenous Peoples by Henrietta Mann

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According to the source, it was in lectures promoting that book; it may well have been in the book itself, of course. (Quoting yourself saves a lot of research time...:))
Ah. Yes. You may send me any items I can help with. I've gotten bad about not checking in here, though. So an email or txt might help me.
Still needing help with the Wallace legacy library?

Agreed.

Just search Google with "maritime archaeology" or "underwater ruins."

There appear to be a lot of images out there under that sobriquet-some real, some not.
hi rob,

thanks for reading the article on ray, king and the kkk and your kind comments. it's not my schtick but i felt the public needed to know some things about the assassination that were not in print.

obviously, there still are some mysteries about king's murder (like how did ray know the judge's address?) but some diligent reporters and historians are working on these questions.

you can rest assured about the home. it was jenkins' boyhood home and not one of multiple real estate investments. technically, it wasn't his but was in the name of his deceased father, which of course, is the same (he being junior). in that sense ray and the fbi got it wrong. but this doesn't diminish the coincidence and ray's implicating himself by connecting the purchase of the murder weapon to civil rights.

i see you have an interesting library and historical interests. i hope you don't mind if i look through it from time to time.
Sounds like a very good idea. This will make for a nice seamless collection, containing as much information as possible.
OK. I'll work on it this evening. Thanks.
I'm happy to add some titles to the Wallace library. 100 sounds fine to me. Could you let me know starting and ending points on the list? Also, the password? Thanks.
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