Books in category Travel – Pictorials

  • Batavia

    Jim Edwards, Wynette Edwards

    Few people realize that this city has had a long history of leadership in the development of energy resources. In Batavia we endeavor to explore that history, with a look at power from windmills to power plants.

  • St Johnsbury Vermont

    St. Johnsbury, Vermont
    Claire Dunne Johnson

    As well as giving us an understanding of the important themes in St. Johnsbury's rich history, this book also shares a more intimate past by preserving scenes of ordinary folk at work and at play; of education and enterprise; and of …

  • Middleton

    Shirley Paul Raynard, Middleton Historical Society

    Middleton was first settled in 1651.

  • Carmichael

    Kay Muther

    Showcased in this engaging volume of more than 200 vintage images are many aspects of life in Carmichael, from the wide-open pastures where roadside stands once offered fruits, vegetables, and eggs along todays Fair Oaks Boulevard to the …

  • Early Exposures

    Early Exposures
    Bill Pennell

    Early Exposures: A Photographic Memoir chronicles the travels of photographer Bill Pennell to five exotic parts of the world: Wales, Borneo, Mauritius, the interior of British Columbia, and the Canadian West Coast.

  • Prohibition in South Dakota

    Prohibition in South Dakota
    Chuck Cecil

    In the first book of its kind, award-winning journalist Chuck Cecil delivers the boisterous details of an intoxicating era.

  • Portrait of Calgary

    Portrait of Calgary

    Whether it's the rolling foothills just outside of town, the jagged crags of the Rocky Mountains or the vast and diverse architecture, Portrait of Calgary provides a sample of everything.

  • Adirondack Roots

    Adirondack Roots
    Sandra Weber

    In this diverse collection, local author Sandra Weber celebrates this enduring bond with the region and explores its roots and routessuch as womens feats, the naming of mountain peaks and the fight to save forests and tiny alpine plants.

  • Jacksonville

    John B. Nisbet III and Dorothy Jane Nisbet

    Several buildings on the town's central square predate the Civil War, and numerous antebellum houses and churches remain. Famous Civil War figures, including John Pelham and Gens. William and John Forney, came from Jacksonville.

  • D Iberville and St Martin

    D’Iberville and St. Martin
    Dale Greenwell

    DIberville and the community of St. Martin share more than a common origin: from their colonial beginnings they have been one, now separated only by an invisible county line.

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