available at local book stores and internet sources
Tornado Valley:Huntsville Havoc-Shelly Van Meter Miller
by local author Shelly Miller. This book was written to honor those courageous people in the State of Alabama and all over the country who have suffered immeasurable loss due to violent tornadoes and continue to live their lives serving others who have experienced the same. Alabamians’ response during the aftermath of April 27th portrays the heartwarming character of the South and how a community reaffirmed its faith in one another. Tornado Valley: Huntsville’s Havoc is available at Amazon.com, Paperback 14.99 (also available as an eBook). For more information visit www.tornadovalley.net or contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pizitz(2011) and Loveman's(2012)-Tim Hollis
2 department stores with a presence across Alabama
ROCKET CITY ROCK & SOUL-Jane DeNeffe-November 2011
BESIDE THE TROUBLED WATERS: A Black Doctor Remembers Life, Medicine, and Civil Rights in an Alabama Town-Sonnie Wellington Hereford III and Jack Ellis
Beside the Troubled Waters is a memoir by an African American physician in Alabama whose story in many ways typifies the lives and careers of black doctors in the south during the segregationist era while also illustrating the diversity of the black experience in the medical profession. (His son was the first black Alabama child to attend traditionally "white" schools on September 9, 1963 in Huntsville-in picture) currently on Amazon.com coming to a bookstore near you! (hardback)
SHOCKLEY'S PANCAKE HOUSE COOKBOOK -The Shockleys
Underage WWII and Korean War Veteran, Founder and CEO of Shockley’s Pancake House, Paul W. Shockley and his daughter, Karen Shockley Cooper write cookbook of family business, “Shockley’s Pancake House Cookbook”. This is a beautiful 273 page cookbook of finest restaurant recipes and story of how Paul W. Shockley entered into the restaurant business after getting out of the service and then opening his own restaurants. Lots of original pictures and history! If you would like a copy of “Shockley’s Pancake House Cookbook”, please send $24.95 (includes shipping/handling/taxes) to:
Karen Shockley Cooper 2701 Mall Drive, PMB 256 Florence, AL 35630 "SHOCKLEY'S PANCAKE HOUSE" FRANCHISES ARE AVAILABLE.
Growing up in Huntsville in the 1950's/1960's as Huntsville saw tremendous change during the cold war. Tommy was editor of Lee High School's newspaper as has an unique perspective of the city from this generation of kids who moved on all over the world. Many excellent pictures and recollections from the era!
Rocket City: click on book for order info. Also at Shaver’s at the Railroad Antique Mall
ATHENS AND LIMESTONE COUNTY -Kelly Kazek
“Images of America: Athens and Limestone County” is a pictorial history of this
bedroom community to Huntsville. It contains 180 photos that capture its
important people, significant places, pivotal events and everyday life.
ALABAMA'S DEADLIEST TORNADOES -Kelly Kazek
History of Alabama‘s Deadliest Tornadoes: Disaster in Dixie,” The History Press,
$12.99, available at most booksellers
FORGOTTEN TALES OF ALABAMA -Kelly Kazek
Tales of Alabama,” The History Press, $12.99, available at most booksellers
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