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Worth Going Back: A Memoir of Alaska

by John Williams

The sun glistening off snow-capped mountain peaks, the tall spruce of the north swaying in a gentle breeze, salmon making their final swim, this is what welcomed John and his wife Teddi on a road trip to the uppermost points of North American. A son Pete supplied an item that motivated a documentation of such a journey; a simple blank journal.


John realized that dates and places were not what brought him here, but a lifetime of history and preparation. The journey goes backward in time as well as being in the present. On this road trip, he could take his children, grandchildren, sisters, brothers, and visitors on a venture back as each day presented new and amazing sites that only he and his wife could see. His present will become history, but his history created the present. The stories are real. The people are real. A cast of characters details the relationship.


Along the road, John understands that there is always something beyond that can't be seen. Life's ventures either harden or temper us. The latter gives one purpose and even an appreciation for where we are. John chose the latter.


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HAYDENVILLE​                            Coming soon!

The Company Owned Ohio Town that Outlived the Company

A Memoir by Larry A. Horn Sr.


Mother Nature shares her picturesque beauty with the little community of Haydenville; the architectural design of the homes and church are magnificent. Take a journey along the banks of the Hocking River, through rural Southeastern Ohio with historian Larry A. Horn, Sr., as he documents the innovative people and intriguing character of Haydenville. A one of a kind town that deserves the honor of being listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and holds the distinguished honor of being known as the last company town in Ohio. 


Haydenville, Ohio