Tom Hortonas stories, over 400 in all, on local and Southern history, have entertained and enlightened folks for decades. As a noted history teacher, newspaper columnist, and banquet speaker, Horton has captured the attention of his listeners and readers as he recounts the unique and less well-known aspects of the Southas colorful history. You will find everything from tales of the colonial pirates who squandered gold along our coast to modern bank mergers that left shareholders out in the cold. Soon, Tom Horton plans to turn his hand to fiction - for some of old Carolinaas stories still cannot be told otherwise. As the old folks always said, aSooner or later, the truth will out.a Meanwhile, sit back and enjoy Volume V of Historyas Lost Moments.As we read this article therea#39;s high drama occurring in a meeting between Palestinians and Jews inthe White House Oval Office. ... Admittedly, Porter looked thepart of planter a white hairand goatee, Charleston drawl, and courtly manners.
|Title||:||History's Lost Moments|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2014-10-09|