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One Way Ticket to Berlin: A Day in the Life of the Mighty Eighth The Love Affair Continues Not Home for Christmas: A Day in the Life of the Mighty Eighth CHIEF From Manhattan to Mississippi
A collection of personal story of World War II Air Force veterans who lived through that particular Saturday of April 29, 1944, families of veterans lost, and witnesses of the crashes. These first-hand recollections provide a compelling and terrifying account of the realities of war. Follow-up to From Manhattan to Mississippi: A New Yorker Falls in Love with the South.
A compelling account of the the noble men of the Mighty Eighth Air Force who would not be home for Christmas in 1944. Autobiography of Chief Phillip Martin, Longtime Tribal Leader, Mississippi  Band of Choctaw Indians Author Daisy Karam-Read celebrates the virtues of the Deep South and the uniqueness of its people and customs.
Following the Water, Working the Land Written in the Bricks Roads from the Bottom African Diary
Profiles of Mississippi Outdoorsmen A Visual and Historical Tour of 15 Mississippi Hometowns An inspiring first-person account of one family's determination to prevail over the harsh realities of being black in the sixties in a section of Vicksburg, Mississippi, called Marcus Bottom. A day-by-day account of an incredible 6,000-mile trip from Johannesburg to Cairo, an ill-fitted safari Naka Pillman took with her eleven-year-old daughter in 1963.