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David Finley: Quiet Force for America’s Arts
“Throughout his long and remarkable lifetime, David E. Finley (1890-1977) made brilliant contributions to the cultural life of this country. Yet less than thirty years after his death, his name is barely known. In David Finley: Quiet Force for America’s Arts, biographer David Doheny revitalizes Finley’s legacy, presenting the compelling story of his life and incorporating fascinating excerpts from recently discovered private journals, published here for the first time.”
Hardcover by David A. Doheny
Howardsville: The Journey of an African-American Community in Loudoun County, Virginia
Paperback by Kevin Grigsby about the rich history of Howardsville in Loudoun County,Virginia.
The Diary of Elizabeth O. Carter
Loudoun County, Virginia 1860-1872 the annotated copy of Elizabeth Carter’s Diary by Lori H. Kimball.
The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South
A renowned culinary historian offers a fresh perspective on our most divisive cultural issue, race, in this illuminating memoir of Southern cuisine and food culture that traces his ancestry—both black and white—through food, from Africa to America and slavery to freedom.
Hardback by Michael W. Twitty
The First Emancipator – Paperback
In this haunting, brilliantly original work, Andrew Levy explores the confluence of circumstance, conviction, war, and emotion that led to Carter’s extraordinary act of Emancipation in 1791.