AVAILABLE NOW FROM SLATE RIVER PRESS
“At a Place Called Buckingham” — Volume Two once again collects a dozen essays depicting the people and places of Buckingham County, Virginia. Details gleaned from newly discovered county records, contemporary newspaper accounts, and private collections result in a marvelous mosaic of life at the very heart of Virginia. Meet the proprietors of 19th-century hotels and health resorts, ferry operators, educators, stewards of the poor, planters and their slaves, the hard-working men of the Civilian Conservation Corps, and notables whose influence reached far beyond the county. A bonus section, “Maysville Gallery,” features photographs made in 1933 as part of the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South.
Purchase online at the Braughler Books Store.
“Local Authors & Artists”
On Saturday, May 18th, Dayton, Ohio’s Metro Library will host local authors, musicians, artists, and filmmakers at the Main Library. The event takes place from 10:00 a.m. – Noon in the auditorium.
Slate River Press author, Joanne Yeck, will be there with “AT A PLACE CALLED BUCKINGHAM” and THE JEFFERSON BROTHERS.
Come downtown and drop in!
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Wright Memorial Library, 1776 Far Hills Ave., Oakwood, OH
Join Joanne Yeck at Wright Memorial Library and discover Thomas Jefferson’s only brother, Randolph Jefferson, a planter in Buckingham County, Virginia.
What kind of a big brother was Thomas Jefferson? Come to the library on January 27th and find out!
The winners have been selected for a free copy of “At a Place Called Buckingham” at Free Book Friday Non-Fiction. Many thanks to Jessica Brody, who created Free Book Friday, for bringing readers and authors together in such fun way! You can always visit and read my interview at: