This intriguing and delightful booklet is aimed at young people 10 and above, including anyone with an interest in learning about our national parks. Packed with magnificent colorful illustrations and photographs, the booklet celebrates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. The reader is taken on an enlightening trip through our national parks and discovers the dedicated people who work there. Included are 100 fascinating facts about our fantastic parks! Paperback, 32 pages.
This volume from the Magazine of the Jefferson County Historical Society contains first-hand accounts of the raid from dispatches, published in chronological order, sent from Frederick, Maryland to the daily newspaper “Baltimore Clipper”. Also included are articles about the trail of John Brown and his conspirators, a paper published by Bushrod Corbin Washington, transcribed by his great-grandson, and what is know about the “John Brown Wagon” and its place in history. Black-and-white photographs and illustrations throughout. Annotated. Paperback, 124 pages.
Issued during the August 2006 event on the Storer College campus, this program gives you a history of the formation of the Niagara Movement. Listed is the daily schedule for the three day event along with biographies and colored photographs of the honored guests, speakers and performers. Paperback, 20 pages.
This is a custom medallion encased in plastic from the Northwest Territorial Mint which comes with a certificate of authenticity that lists the specifications of the following:
*Assay .999 Fine Silver
*Weight 1 troy Ounce
A velvet lined case for safe keeping is included.