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1
Chambliss' Diary
Chambliss' Diary
Chapter XII - the last half is devoted to a scathing discussion of General W.H.L. Barnes 
 
2
Doctor John Johnstone
Doctor John Johnstone
Uncle of Barbara Hume, apothecary in Edinburgh, emigrated 1685, Mayor of New York City 1714-1718 
 
3
McDowell-Mastin Line
McDowell-Mastin Line
(Memphis, Tennessee: C. R. Johnson, 1918) 
 
4
Talladega → Courthouse Burnt
Talladega → Courthouse Burnt
A few nights after his verdict, on Friday, March 13, Ware was in his cell when the courthouse caught fire... the courthouse had burned leaving only the brick walls and the gray stoned columns. 
 
5
The Girl in The Red Velvet Swing
The Girl in The Red Velvet Swing
The Murder of Stanford White -- Supernatural Influences or Insanity? 
 
6
The Great Historic Families of Scotland, Volume I
The Great Historic Families of Scotland, Volume I
(London, England: J. S. Virtue & Co., 1889) 
 
7
The Scots Peerage, Volume VIII
The Scots Peerage, Volume VIII
(Edinburgh, Scotland: T. and A. Constable printer, 1911) 
 
8
WAMMFest 2008
WAMMFest 2008
I was allowed to address the audience for a few minutes. I appear at 1:30 into the video. 
 

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