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|Shaking the Gates of Hell: A Search for Family and Truth in the Wake of the Civil Rights Revolution||John Archibald||
SHAKING THE GATES OF HELL is Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Archibald's examination of a...
|Threads and Layers||Sara Garden Armstrong||
THREADS AND LAYERS is one of the most beautiful books we've ever had in the store. It is chock full of images of the magnificent work Sara Garden Armstrong has created in over four decades of sculptures, paintings and drawings.
THIS COPY (shown below) was hand signed by Sara...
|Fifty Years of Crimson Faith: Powerful Stories of Alabama Athletes' Faith||Wayne Atcheson||
FIFTY YEARS OF CRIMSON FAITH: POWERFUL STORIES OF ALABAMA ATHLETES' FAITH gives fans a view of Tide superstars and how their play was affected by faith. Just a few of the Crimson heroes included are Jay Barker, Barrett Jones, Shaun Alexander, Bobby Humphrey, Coach Gene Stallings and Dabo Sweeney (where is he now?)....
|The Five Capitals of Alabama: The Story of Alabama's Capital Cities from St. Stephens to Montgomery||Tom Bailey||
THE FIVE CAPITALS OF ALABAMA is the history of Alabama's seat of government, and why it has moved around the state four times. Starting with the tiny but booming south Alabama town of St. Stephens in 1817 as the capital of the Alabama Territory and ending with a final move to Montgomery in 1846, the book demonstrates...
|Alabama's Rick Bragg: Out of the Dirt||Rick Bragg||
ALABAMA'S RICK BRAGG: OUT OF THE DIRT is a must see documentary for every fan, especially the part where Rick's mother is seen reciting poetry. Written and directed by Alice Yeager and produced by Al Hammond with a grant from The Alabama Humanities Foundation. We probably should not praise this warm video of Rick...
|All Over but the Shoutin' - Leather with leather slipcase||Rick Bragg||
ALL OVER BUT THE SHOUTIN' was named Memoir of the Year and was Rick Bragg's first book. It has become the icon story of a dirt poor Southern family and the strong woman who endured to raise her three sons. This title has been selected as a Booksmith Timeless Classic, meaning it is among the best of the best for...
|Go Set a Watchman (Harper Lee tribute by Rick Bragg)||Rick Bragg||
GO SET A WATCHMAN is actually an early draft of To Kill a Mockingbird. it is set a generation later and gives the reader a clear picture of the prejudices of the South during these trying times. This title has been selected as a Booksmith Timeless Classic, meaning it is among the best of the best for...
|The Prince of Frogtown||Rick Bragg||
THE PRINCE OF FROGTOWN is the third and final volume in Rick Bragg's family trilogy that includes All Over but the Shoutin' and Ava's Man. The storyline has a focus on Rick's remembrances of his father, and his interviews with those who knew him, as well as his relationship with his step-son....
|Where I Come From: Stories from the Deep South||Rick Bragg||
WHERE I COME FROM: STORIES FROM THE DEEP SOUTH is a collection of some of Rick's best and most beloved columns from his work in Southern Living and Garden & Gun. Touching on Southern subjects as diverse as the legacy of Harper Lee, the bacchanal of Fat Tuesday, and the best way to kill fire ants,...
|The Most They Ever Had||Rick Bragg||
THE MOST THEY EVER HAD is Rick Bragg's powerful collection of stories of the people of Appalachia who eked out their hard-scrabble living working in the mills and existing in the mill towns....