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The Making of a Surgeon

The Story of the First Heart and Lung Transplants and the Murder of Medgar Evers

Segregation was a way of life in the 1960s, especially in the South when O. Gordon Robinson Jr. was completing his surgical residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. The Ku Klux Klan was a force to be reckoned with at the...


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The Making of a Surgeon

The Story of the First Heart and Lung Transplants and the Murder of Medgar Evers

Segregation was a way of life in the 1960s, especially in the South when O. Gordon Robinson Jr. was completing his surgical residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. The Ku Klux Klan was a force to be reckoned with at the...


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The Making of a Surgeon

The Story of the First Heart and Lung Transplants and the Murder of Medgar Evers

Segregation was a way of life in the 1960s, especially in the South when O. Gordon Robinson Jr. was completing his surgical residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. The Ku Klux Klan was a force to be reckoned with at the...


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Next Stop, Eternity

The late Reverend C. M. Kelly witnessed thirty-four executions while he served as the chaplain for the South Carolina State Penitentiary. Sue Logue, a school teacher, was the first woman ever electrocuted in South Carolina—with a dispute over thre...


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Next Stop, Eternity

The late Reverend C. M. Kelly witnessed thirty-four executions while he served as the chaplain for the South Carolina State Penitentiary. Sue Logue, a school teacher, was the first woman ever electrocuted in South Carolina—with a dispute over thre...


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Next Stop, Eternity

The late Reverend C. M. Kelly witnessed thirty-four executions while he served as the chaplain for the South Carolina State Penitentiary. Sue Logue, a school teacher, was the first woman ever electrocuted in South Carolina—with a dispute over thre...


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In One Era … and Out the Other

The Campbell family is a very wealthy family of “transplanted” Scotsmen and womenfolk. But they had no money! They had each other, their love of life, a big garden, a car that “started” most of the time, one hog, one old terrier dog, and plenty of bl...


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In One Era … and Out the Other

The Campbell family is a very wealthy family of “transplanted” Scotsmen and womenfolk. But they had no money! They had each other, their love of life, a big garden, a car that “started” most of the time, one hog, one old terrier dog, and plenty of bl...


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Leather Hinges

A Hope in the West

Leather Hinges is a true story of May and Exter Stanford’s life in a dug-out home in Oklahoma in 1901. “As May drove the heavy loaded wagon, she smiled at the ridiculous cow and her husband’s patience. Rosie, the milk cow, absolutely would not move ...


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Leather Hinges

A Hope in the West

Leather Hinges is a true story of May and Exter Stanford’s life in a dug-out home in Oklahoma in 1901. “As May drove the heavy loaded wagon, she smiled at the ridiculous cow and her husband’s patience. Rosie, the milk cow, absolutely would not move ...


Format: E-Book

Our Price: $3.99

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