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Member: tracee

CollectionsYour library (3,411), Books Traded-In (20), All collections (3,431)

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Tagshistory (1,398), non-fiction (1,293), fiction (653), american history (217), art (157), european history (82), religion (62), biography (48), psychology (41), philosophy (31) — see all tags

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About my libraryI still haven't put everything into categories, so I apologize if you are a browser.

GroupsAmerican Civil War, American History, Biographies, Memoirs and Autobiographies, History at 30,000 feet: The Big Picture, History Fans, History: On learning from and writing history, World History

VenuesFavorites

Favorite bookstoresBooks for America Used Bookstore, Wonder Book and Video - Dual Highway

Homepagehttps://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3CQFQNM1LB55E?ie=UTF8

Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway

LocationHagerstown, MD

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs http://www.librarything.com/profile/tracee (profile)
http://www.librarything.com/catalog/tracee (library)

Member sinceSep 7, 2008

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Why, fancy meeting you here! I must say, I'm rather surprised that we only have 48 books in common (and am amazed at the sized of your library in general!).
Tracee, I'd like to know what you think of Grant's Tour Around the World. Grant is one of my personal heroes and I've been collecting biographies and books on him for some time.
I cannot believe you have read all those books at your age. Nor can I believe the 23 books we share. Ps I lived in Baltimore 23 years ago.
Glad you liked my library. Drop by and browse anytime.
Thank you for the invitation! I looked at your library and was fascinated. Also intrigued by the large overlap with my library.
I am honored you find my library interesting. I do yours, also. I see you recently added Versailles Visitor's Guide. I am wondering whether this means you have visted Versailles, or are expecting to. I have been to Versailles a couple of times in the distant past, but when I was there I had not heard of the visit there in 1901 of Annie Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain. Are you familiar with that visit? I first heard of it when I read the account thereof on page 1381 the 1975 edition of The Peoploe's Almanac. If authentic it is amazing. If a fake yet it is intriguing to me how they managed to clothe the event with seeming accuracy. I suppose there is an account of it on the Internet, and when I send this I will check for such.
We are said to "share" 465 books, though in "members with tracee's books" it says we share but 366, but even that makes me 8th on your list!
We share a lot of books, including quite a bit of history and classics. You've got a great library, and I thought I'd like looking through your other titles.
I have all three editions of Our Past, Our People: Washington County, MD...they're REALLY nice books, especially if you're into local history. It's essentially a compilation of old photos people from around the county have submitted into one book. They're nice books to own. And you might even find people you know in them! I've found a lot of my family members and friends in them. What I think is neat is looking at how much the area has changed over the years. I definitely recommend getting them!
Hey! Importing 3411 ebooks is cheating!! :-p
your profile pic... looks beautiful.
Did you read 1491? Great stuff! I've met Mann and we trade emails from time to time. I think he's brilliant!
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