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This intensely personal and entertaining account is a snapshot of Blues from an outsider welcomed into the inner circles of Southern Blues icons.
The 43rd Mississippi Infantry of the Confederate States of America is the only regiment to have used a camel militarily east of the Mississippi.
With more than three hundred recipes for exotic and easy-to-prepare coffee-based drinks, The Coffee Book can turn any home into a gourmet coffeehouse. An international melange of styles and flavors allows readers to make their own espressos, iced coffees, liqueurs, cocktails, instant coffees, coffee substitutes, and specialty coffee drinks.
Operation Tidal Wave was a massive strategic defeat. However, it proved the mettle of the USAAF and provided a rallying point for the public. Author William R. Bradle offers the definitive account of this doomed operation—the strengths, weaknesses, heroism, and failings—and takes readers into the thick of the action with thrilling accounts from many of the crews.
Focusing on the similarities between French and Southern-style recipes, Chef Jennifer Hill Booker provides combined grocery lists and time-saving tips to create two distinct meals in this unique cookbook.
Inspired by a fascination with fear culture, writer Chris Kullstroem left her job and home to experience firsthand some of the world’s most legendary scare shows.
Born in France in 1727, Gilbert Antoine de St. Maxent reached New Orleans and built his reputation during one of the area’s earliest boom periods. This biography tells how the penniless St. Maxent came to Louisiana, established his fortune by marrying an heiress, and proceeded to make his indelible mark on the history of Louisiana.
Known as one of America’s most dangerous cities, New Orleans plays host to incidents ranging from the tragic and disturbing to the completely bizarre—and during his career as an emergency medic, Jon McCarthy saw it all.
Leading corporate strategist Mark Faust provides his proven turnaround tactics to grow your business. His game-changing secrets have enabled countless companies to obtain long-term and systematic growth and prosperity.
Never before has there been such a comprehensive look at Confederate military horses in the Civil War and their lives before, during, and after battle.
With the California Gold Rush reaching a feverish peak, it was up to child performers called “Fairy Stars” to keep the miners entertained. As adventurers from all over the world spent hours scouring the land for gold, the children would dance, sing, and act to raise spirits and money—and the most successful among them was Lotta Crabtree.
Steeped in musical influence, racial dynamics, and culinary significance, the Ninth Ward has distinguished itself as one of New Orleans’ most influential communities.
Contributors to this unique memorial include the family of military women and those who preserve their history.
Don’t let opportunities pass you by! Learn to listen and your world will open up, offering you a much more fulfilling career and personal life. Poor listening can lead to misunderstandings, hurt feelings, and frustration. Effective listening means enhanced professionalism, greater job satisfaction, and improved personal relationships.
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