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At Home in Exile: Finding Jesus among My Ancestors and Refugee Neighbors


At Home in Exile: Finding Jesus among My Ancestors and Refugee Neighbors


$5.09


Russell Jeung’s spiritual memoir shares the joyful and occasionally harrowing stories of his life in East Oakland’s Murder Dubs neighborhood—including battling drug dealers who threatened him, exorcising a spirit possessing a teen, and winning a landmark housing settlement against slumlords with 200 of his closest Cambodian and Latino friends. More poignantly, At Home in Exile weaves in nar…

Finding Your Italian Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide (Finding Your Ancestors)


Finding Your Italian Ancestors: A Beginner’s Guide (Finding Your Ancestors)


$14.16


For millions of Americans, home means Italy, where their roots started years ago. In Finding Your Italian Ancestors, you’ll discover the tools you need to trace your ancestors back to the homeland. Learn how and where to find records in the United States and Italy, get practical advice on deciphering those hard-to-read documents, and explore valuable online resources. The guide also includes maps,…

Finding Your Mexican Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide (Finding Your Ancestors)


Finding Your Mexican Ancestors: A Beginner’s Guide (Finding Your Ancestors)


$8.60


Finding Your Mexican Ancestors is essential to any researcher looking to trace their heritage across the Rio Grande. In it, authors George and Peggy Ryskamp show how easy Mexican American research can be providing detailed descriptions of parish records, civil records, and other types of records common in Mexico….

Photo: James Gallon of Greensboro, Florida, James Jr, Navy Veteran, Earle Fisher, NAACP . Size: 8x10


Photo: James Gallon of Greensboro, Florida, James Jr, Navy Veteran, Earle Fisher, NAACP . Size: 8×10


$14.99


Photograph Description: James Gallon of Greensboro, Florida, and his son James, Jr., a Navy veteran, telling Earle W. Fisher, Research Assistant, in the Washington Bureau, NAACP, how they barely escaped with their lives after a severe beating with ax handles by a Florida mob, which grew out of a dispute with a white Florida store owner over a debt Published: [between 1945 and ca. 1950] Notes: Imag…