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The Ways of the Hobo

by A-No. 1

Composed at the turn of the century by A No. 1, the famous tramp, The Ways of the Hobo presents a United States where losing oneself in the landscape of America was truly possible. This is a world where identities...


How to do Pickling

by Dr. D. Jayne

Red pepper pickles, French pickles and pickled cantaloupes are some of recipes that star in this booklet prepared by Dr. Jayne & Son Family Medicines. Pickling has made a comeback as chefs embrace seasonal and...


Eight Years in Southern Prisons

by Beecher Deason

Published in the 1920s, this is a fascinating and engrossing account of the southern prison system as told by a man on the inside. This was a time when a short stint in prison might easily mean a death sentence,...


A War of Liberation

by George H Doran Co.

First published in 1917, in support of the Allies, this anonymous pamphlet published by George H. Doran discusses the causes of World War I and the politics and government of Germany. This is an excellent primary...


Psychoanalyzing the Twelve Zodiacal Types

by Manly Palmer Hall

Does your sign mean you're unselfish, aggressive, eccentric or "hopelessly confused?" Famous author and champion of astrology Manly Palmer Hall explores the psychological foundations of the zodiac. First published...


New Orleans City Guide

by Works Progress Administration

In 1938, under the direction of novelist and historian Lyle Saxon, The Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration produced this delightfully detailed portrait of New Orleans. Containing recipes,...


Guerrilla Prince: The Untold Story of Fi

by Georgie Anne Geyer

Based on hundreds of interviews conducted over many years in 28 countries, including extensive personal interviews with Castro himself, Georgie Anne Geyer reveals the untold story of Fidel Castro in this definitive...


Galatoires: Bioraphy of a Bistro

by Marda Burton & Dr. Kenneth Holditch

Delicious, decadent and fiercely traditional, Galatoire's is everything that's fabulous (and eccentric) about New Orleans rolled into one sublime institution. This is an exceptional history of the internationally...


Forty Four Presidents

by MZA & Maria Sputnik

A brief illustrated history of the U.S. presidency told by the presidents themselves in the style favored by modern social networking web sites, Forty Four Presidents imagines 220 years of presidential succession...


Human Harvest: The Sacramento Murder Story

by Daniel J. Blackburn

Dorothea Gray Johanson Montalvo Puente was a female serial killer, an extremely rare phenomenon in the annals of American crime. She took advantage of a flaw in the Social Security laws to carve a lifelong career...


Jumbo's Hide, Elvis's Ride, and the Tooth of Buddha: More Marvelous Tales of Historical Artifacts

by Harvey Rachlin

Once again historian Harvey Rachlin uncovers odd and stirring stories behind some of the most fascinating objects in the world. "Jumbo's Hide," Publisher's Weekly writes, "is entertaining and enlightening …...


The Wife I Won

by A-No. 1

The Wife I Won is No. 10 in a self-published nonfiction series by hobo writer A No. 1. Contains stories, observations and illustrations of life on the road. The Author has carefully avoided the least mention...


Lucy's Bones, Sacred Stones, & Einstein's Brain: The Remarkable Stories Behind the Great Objects and Artifacts of History, From Antiquity to the Moder

by Harvey Rachlin

Leap across time with bestselling author Harvey Rachlin as he collects over 50 of the most fascinating objects in the world, under one book. The Mounted Hide of Stonewall Jackson's Battle Horse, The Black Obelisk,...


The Iron Cage

by Nigel Cawthorne

A staggering 30,000 British prisoners of war "liberated" from German POW camps by the Soviets at the end of World War II were never returned home. In investigating the fate of victims of the Cold War, Nigel...


The Male Motor

by M. Sayle Taylor

Published in 1927, The Male Motor presents plain facts about the care and conservation of man’s sex-energies, showing how man’s physical health, mental power, length of usefulness, and virility depend on...


Parnelli: A Story of Auto Racing

by Bill Libby

The story of Parnelli Jones is the story of American auto racing. Jones grew up in Torrance, a tough city on the edge of Los Angeles. A teenage love affair with cars turned into a full-blown relationship with...


The Bamboo Cage: The True Story of American P.O.W.'s in Vietnam

by Nigel Cawthorne

After the Vietnam War ground to a bloody halt, long after the boys were officially sent home, evidence remained that over 2,000 American soldiers were still missing in Southeast Asia. In this shocking expose,...


Can American Manufacturing Be Saved?: Why We Should and How We can

by Michele NashHoff

This book details how manufacturing developed in America through the industrial revolution and labor movement, analyzes the impact of outsourcing offshore and our nation’s trade policies, looks at what various...


Leaning with Intent to Fall: A Memoir

by Ethan Clark

Leaning with Intent to Fall is the first literary book to emerge from bike-punk subculture. Author Ethan Clark - who has passed the time riding bikes, drinking too much, getting chased by dogs, living in abandoned...


Capitol Contingency: Post-Punk, Indie Rock, and Noise Pop in Washington, D.C., 1991-99

by Brandon Gentry

Capitol Contingency chronicles a unique time in a uniquely vibrant music scene: Washington, D.C., 1991-1999. Punk was broken; the Internet had yet to engulf society; the major label compact disc marketing system...