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Personnel: Kevin Muro (vocals, guitar); Mike Sarason (vocals, saxophone, background vocals); Jeremy Lacinak, Rachelle Holscher (vocals, background vocals); Chris Madine (guitar); Jay Reynolds, Dan Barger (saxophone); Markus Sherman (trumpet, trombone); Aaron Boyle (trumpet); Chapman Sowash, Eric Campbell (trombone); Andrew Lenihan (keyboards); Tm Hensley (drums); Alonzo Leggette (percussion). Audio Mixers: Billy Wendt; Stuart Sullivan; Jim Fox. Recording information: New Fidelity Studios.
Binding: Paperback Author: Sharon Davies Language: English Publication Date: 2011-04-22 Number of Pages: 327 Publisher: Oxford University Press It Was Among The Most Notorious Criminal Cases Of Its Day. On August 11, 1921, In Birmingham, Alabama, A Methodist Minister Named Edwin Stephenson Shot And Killed A Catholic Priest, James Coyle, In Broad Daylight And In Front Of Numerous Witnesses. The Killer'S Motive The Priest Had Married Stephenson'S Eighteen-Year-Old Daughter Ruth To Pedro Gussman, A Puerto Rican Migrant And Practicing Catholic. Sharon Davies'S Rising Road Resurrects The Murder Of Father Coyle And The Trial Of His Killer. As Davies Reveals With Novelistic Richness, Stephenson'S Crime Laid Bare The Most Potent Bigotries Of The Age: A Hatred Not Only Of Blacks, But Of Catholics And "Foreigners" As Well. In One Of The Case'S Most Unexpected Turns, The Minister Hired Future U.S. Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black To Lead His Defense. Though Regarded Later In Life As A Civil Rights Champion, In 1921 Black Was Just Months Away From Donning The Robes Of The Ku Klux Klan, The Secret Order That Financed Stephenson'S Defense. Entering A Plea Of Temporary Insanity, Black Defended The Minister On Claims That The Catholics Had Robbed Ruth Away From Her True Protestant Faith, And That Her Puerto Rican Husband Was Actually Black. Placing The Story In Social And Historical Context, Davies Brings This Heinous Crime And Its Aftermath Back To Life, In A Brilliant And Engrossing Examination Of The Wages Of Prejudice And A Trial That Shook The Nation At The Height Of Jim Crow. "Davies Takes Us Deep Into The Dark Heart Of The Jim Crow South, Where She Uncovers A Searing Story Of Love, Faith, Bigotry And Violence. Rising Road Is A History So Powerful, So Compelling It Stays With You Long After You'Ve Finished Its Final Page." -Kevin Boyle, Author Of The National Book Award-Winning Arc Of Justice "This Gripping History. Has All The Makings Of A Hollywood Movie. Drama
Holy Old Mackinaw
Looks at the history of the Philadelphia Big 5 college basketball rivalry, from its beginning in 1955 to the present day.
Holy Old Mackinaw is the rough and lusty story of the American lumberjack at work and at play, from Maine to Oregon. In these modern days timber is harvested by cigarette-smoking married men, whose children go to school in buses, but for nearly three hundred years the logger was a real pioneer who ranged through the forests of many states, steel calks in his boots and ax in his fist, a plug of chew handy, who emerged at intervals into the towns to call on soft ladies and drink hard liquor.
Jim Kircus - Cajun Crawfish Shrimp Boil And Or A Cajun Barbeque Chicken And Sausage Grille Recipe (cayenne, chicken, corn, butter, lemon, onions, crawfish, crawfish, water, sausage, potato)
Jim's Macaroni Salad (processed cheese, cider vinegar, dill pickle, eggs, green pepper, mayonnaise, black pepper, onions)
Jim's Tuna Salad (cucumber, eggs, lettuce, artichoke, mayonnaise, salt, dark sesame oil, tomato, tuna, water)
Jim Dandies Recipe (cherries, brown sugar, cocoa powder, cherry juice, shortening, sugar, milk, cookies, eggs, icing, marshmallow, marshmallow, chocolate, margarine, baking soda, milk, salt, water)
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