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CLASSIC CLEVELANDERS by Shelley Pearsall
Biographical notes by Bette Lou Higgins
Layout by Athina Crawford
Illustrations by Mary McHale

Table of Contents
Mosquitoes, Swamps, and Rattlesnakes...Oh My! (Moses Cleaveland)
Chocolate Pockets (Dayton C. Miller)
Brothers (The Van Sweringen Brothers)
The Class Poet (Langston Hughes)
Snapshots of Steel (Margaret Bourke-White)

Print Version -- $8.50

 


GRANDMA GATEWOOD: OHIO'S LEGENDARY HIKER by Bette Lou Higgins and Kelly Boyer Sagert

Read the fascinating story of Grandma Emma Gatewood who was the first woman to solo thru-hike the Appalachian Trail in 1955 at the age of 67!

This book is part of our Grandma Gatewood project and is available as a paperback, an e-book and for your kindle. Also available is the DVD of the storytelling program and the DVD of our Emmy-nominated documentary, TRAIL MAGIC: THE GRANDMA GATEWOOD STORY.

Click here to order any of our Grandma Gatewood items.

 



OHIO GHOST STORIES by Shelley Pearsall
Edited by: Bette Lou Higgins
Illustrations by: Josephine T. Davis and Sandra J. Hines
Layout by: Athina D. Crawford and Michael J. Higgins

Table of Contents
Gray Ghosts of Johnson's Island
The Rain Drum
The Haunted Castle
The Last Curtain Call
Erie Mary

Print Version -- $8.50

 

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Also available for your Kindle!


Ohio Ghost Stories


THE PAST WE INHERIT -- The history of Baldwin-Wallace College from the early 1800s to 1974. Written by Bette Lou Higgins, this history covers the life of founder John Baldwin, the founding of Berea, Baldwin University, German Wallace College and Baldwin-Wallace. A complete bibliography is included.

Available in PDF format delivered right to your e-mail box for only $4.30!

 

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REMARKABLE OHIOANS by Shelley Pearsall
Biographical Notes by Bette Lou Higgins
Illustrations by Mary McHale
Layout Design by Athina D. Crawford

Table of Contents

Cigars, Sandlots, and Sinkers (Alta Weiss)
Reverend Rankin and His House On The Hill
Bouquets and Board Rooms (Harriet Keeler)
A Boy Named Clarence (Clarence Darrow)
Madam President (Victoria Woodhull)

Print Version -- $8.50


STORIES FROM A CHRISTMAS PAST by Shelley Pearsall and Bette Lou Higgins
Illustrated by Sandra J. Hines
Design by Athina D. Crawford

Table of Contents
Cleveland's First Christmas Tree
School Bells On Christmas Day
Whistling Ben Hanby
Bill Dinwoodie's Story of the Christmas Thief
The Kingsbury Christmas Reunion
The Green Gift

Print Version -- $8.50

 

PDF format delivered right to your e-mail box for only $2.99!

 

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Stories From A Christmas Past



TALES OF THE WESTERN RESERVE by Shelley Pearsall
Edited by: Bette Lou Higgins
Illustrations by: Josephine T. Davis and Sandra J. Hines
Layout by: Athina D. Crawford and Michael J. Higgins

Table of Contents
The Legend Of The Black Swamp Road
The Bridges Of The Cuyahoga
The Story Of Dunk
Gold In The Reserve
When Scrooge Came To Town

Print Version -- $8.50



YOU CANT PLAY BALL IN A SKIRT! Researched and Written by Susan Brewer and Bette Lou Higgins
Photographs used by permission of Raymond Hisrich
Alta Weiss portrait by Mary McHale
Layout and design by Athina D. Crawford and Sandra Hines

This story is based on the one-act first person program of the same name about Alta Weiss who put herself through medical school playing profession baseball on a men's team in the early 1900s. It was created for the Ohio Bicentennial in 2003 as a joint project of Eden Valley Enterprises, Holmes County District Library, Norwalk Public Library, Tuscarawas County Library, and Ritter Public Library

Print Version -- $8.50



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