A family-run, independent publisher since 1970: Carrie Ann Cook, the fourth generation, became owner/publisher in 2010. Publishing all types of books, their focus is on genealogy and history. Offerering services for hard or soft bound as well as electronic publishing. This includes manuscript (or pre-press) formatting preperation, with limited PR and web services and much more. Customer service is key for their subsidy clients as well as their select royalty ones.
This historical and genealogical work is the result of many years researching Moundville, the early folks who founded it, and those who contributed to its success. Stories and illustrations that describe early life in Moundville are often warm, sometimes touching and occasionally tragic.
This index was produced, with the permission of the Oklahoma Historical Society, using a microfilmed copy of the 1930 King Jack newspaper, currently housed at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Entries include surname or place name, month of newspaper edition, date of edition and page number.
This material was written in an attempt to bridge the gap between two very different schools of thought. The true conservationist, who says everything must be restored and everything possible done so as not to lose the treasure and the family historian that wants to enjoy his or her heirlooms without exposing it to harm through not knowing better.
This book not only goes over the groundwork for any successful volunteer program but offers a wide variety of projects and how volunteers can help make a success. A companion book to the 2007 FGS lecture by the same name, this contains much more detail and makes a handy reference or volunteer gift.
This book was originally compiled in the mid-1990s as a complement to a genealogical research and sight-seeing trip provided by our company. Overviews from general safety tips and using the metro to packing check list and places of interest both on and off the National Mall are included.