Listen Up! It’s Audiobook Month

This June, we’re celebrating Audiobook Month by stocking up on new eAudio titles in our eReading (and listening!) rooms so you can have an excellent selection from which to choose. Whether you’re heading to the beach, the mountains, or Grandma’s house, we’ve got your solution for long drives, airport delays, and the need to chill—wherever…
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About Anno

Mitsumasa Anno grew up in a traditional, beautiful Japanese village named Tsuwano, far away from any bustling city. Although he and his family lived near the sea, the mountains all around kept Anno from experiencing its vastness until he was older. When he was a child, he drew pictures of things he could see and also…
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The Story of Jamestown

The first colonists at Jamestown found life on the swampy tip of an Indian hunting ground by the James River to be grueling and often deadly. The Virginia Company hoped to make a start in this new world that would ultimately bring profits to King James, the men who ventured there, and, of course, the…
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The History of Industry in Fredericksburg

From the Central Rappahannock Regional Library  A Different Story: A Black History of Fredericksburg, Stafford, and Spotsylvania, Virginia by Ruth Coder Fitzgerald.    These chapters are of particular interest: Chapter 2, Occupations and Owners (Antebellum period) and Chapter 13, Occupations (post-Civil War). Economic Challenge and Mercantile Enterprise in a Southern Urban System: A Case Study…
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