Camptown: One Hundred And Fifty Years of Stories from Camptown, Kentucky
Camptown stories present the presidential and the provencial, the renown and the rustic, the champs and the churls, with the the same unflinching honesty and humor. The sum of author Kenn Grimes' sketches adds up to a portrait of the character of America's heartland, and of our human heart.
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1849 Camptown Races
1863 After The Battle
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