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  • Got Here As Soon As I Couldby Sarah Smiley

    Down East Books 2016; US$ 12.99

    GOT HERE AS SOON AS I COULD is a collection of syndicated columnist Sarah Smiley?s most-loved columns about raising a family in Maine. In these 100 essays, readers will laugh, cry and nod their head ?yes? as they remember a time when all of America was as simple and beautiful as it still is today in Vacationland. more...

  • True Crime: Connecticutby Bryan Ethier

    Stackpole Books 2009; US$ 9.99

    The mention of Connecticut summons charming images of seaports and peaceful rural areas, but this densely populated state has its share of landmark crimes. more...

  • True Crime: Massachusettsby Eric Ethier

    Stackpole Books 2009; US$ 9.99

    The harsh discipline of Puritan life bred the hard-bitten and hard-working people of Massachusetts, but did it also breed a unique type of criminal? This book explores the headline crimes of the state to find an answer. more...

  • Pennsylvania Waterfallsby Scott E. Brown

    Stackpole Books 2004; US$ 21.99

    Beautiful color photos of waterfalls. Directions to sites, distance, difficulty, elevation change, and highlights along the way. Tips for photographers on composition, exposures, unique perspectives, and gear. more...

  • The Ship Hotelby Brian Butko

    Stackpole Books 2010; US$ 18.99

    In this fascinating book-liberally illustrated with vintage postcards, photos, and blueprints-author Brian Butko weaves together interviews and surviving documents to tell the eight-decade story of this beloved icon of the road that was also a monument to grand ideas, whimsy, and good old hucksterism. more...

  • Diners of Pennsylvaniaby Brian Butko; Kevin Patrick; Kyle R. Weaver; Jacqueline Breuil

    Stackpole Books 2011; US$ 20.99

    Revised and updated edition of the best-selling first edition (978-0-8117-2878-2). more...

  • Pennsylvania Caves & Other Rocky Roadside Wondersby Kevin Patrick

    Stackpole Books 2004; US$ 20.99

    Features Last River Caverns, Crystal Cave, Indian Echo Caverns, Woodward Cave, Penn's Cave, Indian Caverns, Lincoln Caverns, Coral Caverns, and Laurel Caverns and includes ice mines, coal mines, boulder fields, and rock cities. Detailed history of each cave. Legends and local lore of many features and sites. more...

  • Diners of New Yorkby Michael Engle; Mario Monti

    Stackpole Books 2008; US$ 18.99

    Maps pinpoint locations. Comprehensive listings for each region. Includes diner styles and manufacturers. more...

  • Pennsylvania Snacksby Sharon Hernes Silverman

    Stackpole Books 2001; US$ 15.99

    Pennsylvania is the nation's snackfood capital. The Keystone State ranks number one in production of pretzels and potato chips and is famous for its chocolate, Lebanon bologna, and other snack foods. This guidebook explores the industries by offering first-hand descriptions of the factory tours available throughout the state and includes histories... more...

  • True Crime: New Jerseyby Patricia A. Martinelli

    Stackpole Books 2007; US$ 8.99

    The history of criminal offense in New Jersey is documented in this book, beginning with a general survey of crime in the state and then focusing on its headline cases, including the Lindbergh baby kidnapping, the John List killings, the mob activities that inspired The Sopranos , and the murder that led to Megan's Law. more...