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  • Hidden History of Fargoby Danielle Teigen

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Fueled by ambition and pipe dreams, Fargo�s earliest residents created an entire city out of the dust of a flat, desolate prairie. Roberts Street might not exist if it weren�t for Matilda Roberts, a resourceful pioneer wife who encouraged her husband�s cousin to set up his law firm on that important downtown thoroughfare. O.J. deLendrecie generated... more...

  • Lost Providenceby David Brussat; Andres Duany

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Providence has one of the nation�s most intact historic downtowns and is one of America�s most beautiful cities. The history of architectural change in the city is one of lost buildings, urban renewal plans and challenges to preservation. The Narragansett Hotel, a lost city icon, hosted many famous guests and was demolished in 1960. The American classical... more...

  • North Alabama Beerby Sarah Bélanger; Kamara Bowling Davis; Danner Kline Founder Free the Hops

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    North Alabama built its fi rst commercial brewery in Huntsville in 1819, three months before the state joined the Union. Before Prohibition in 1915, the region was peppered with numerous saloons, taverns and dance halls. Locals still found ways to get their booze during Prohibition using Tennessee River steamboats and secret tunnels for smuggling.... more...

  • Watervilleby Phyllis Witzler; John Rose; Verna Rose

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Following the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794 and the end of the War of 1812, the Maumee Valley became open to settlement. John Pray arrived in 1817, built a dam to run a mill, and the site became known as Pray�s Falls. By 1831, Pray had platted the first 50 lots and called it Waterville. Others were attracted to the area, and the trading post inn... more...

  • Evergreenby John Steinle

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Early settlers were drawn to the Evergreen area for its unsurpassed beauty and natural resources. Ranching and lumber were the initial basis for Evergreen�s economy in the 1800s, and wealthy summer residents built prestigious second homes there. By 1920, Evergreen became a tourist mecca through development of the Denver Mountain Parks system and famed... more...

  • Early Massillon and Lost Kendalby Mandy Altimus Pond; Margy Vogt

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Before Massillon, there was Kendal, Ohio. The story of these communities is a tapestry of local, national, and international history. Referencing new archival discoveries in the Massillon Museum, Spring Hill Historic Home, and Massillon Public Library collections, this book tells stories of early Kendal and Massillon, shedding light on the Ohio frontier... more...

  • San Diego County Parksby Ellen L. Sweet; Jennifer A. Grahlman; Brian Albright

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    From its earliest park in 1913, the County of San Diego has more than 100 years of serving the public with unique park and recreational experiences while preserving significant natural and cultural resources. Officially, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors established the Department of Recreation in 1946. Today, the department manages over 50,000... more...

  • Rancho Sespeby Becky Morales; Ernie Morales; Evie Ybarra

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    In 1833, Rancho Sespe began as a Mexican land grant with 8,881 acres stretching along the Santa Clara River from Piru to Santa Paula. The face of Rancho Sespe is not just the bunkhouse or the family housing that stood on this land; it is, rather, seen in the stories of those who lived and worked on the ranch. Their struggles and triumphs are shared... more...

  • Thousand Oaks and Westlake Villageby Tricia O’Brien

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Once upon a time, the Conejo Valley was primarily home to the Chumash Indians, oak trees, and animals. Eventually, ranches took over, cowboys made the valley their home, and the area served as a country retreat for the adventurous people of Los Angeles. The producers of numerous movies and television shows took advantage of the natural beauty that... more...

  • Hudson Valley Curiositiesby Allison Guertin Marchese

    Arcadia Publishing Inc. 2017; US$ 12.99

    Hudson Valley is steeped in mysteries, from Celtic chambers resting in the deep woods of Putnam to Millbrook�s abandoned Bennett College. In the Highlands, Iroquois chief Daniel Nimham gave his life for the cause of American independence. One strange night in the Catskills, a legendary playwright miraculously survived a midnight plunge off the suspended... more...