An American Saga: Some East Tennessee Taylors

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iUniverse, 2011 - History - 173 pages
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The story of the Taylors of Tennessee offers a perspective that is as entertaining as it is instructive. Many of the major themes of the broader story are here in abundance, enlivened by the triumphs and travails of some of the individuals who helped to make this land ours-and yours. W. Eugene Cox and Joyce Cox demonstrate how the thread of family connects past to present. In the process, they bring to life an American history full to overflowing with challenges and opportunities.

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Chapter 1
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Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Notes on Chapter 2
Notes on Chapter 3
Notes on Chapter 4
Notes on Chapter 5
Notes on Chapter 6

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W. Eugene and Joyce Cox bring a unique perspective to the colorful story of "Some Tennessee Taylors." Mr. Cox has long experience with diverse geographic regions. His work for the National Park Service led him to write and publish Great Smoky Mountains: The Story Behind the Scenery and in Pictures Everglades: The Continuing Story. Joyce Cox is a historian who joined with her husband to compile and edit History of Washington County Tennessee, a contribution to Tennessee's bicentennial celebration by the Washington County Historical Association.

Joyce Cox has more than 30 years' experience in the development of training materials about technical subjects for non-technical audiences and is the author of dozens of books about Office and Windows technologies. Joyce is vice president of Online Training Solutions, Inc. (OTSI). Previously, she was president of and principal author for Online Press, where she developed the Quick Course series of computer training books for beginning and intermediate adult learners. She was also the first managing editor of Microsoft Press, an editor for Sybex, and an editor for the University of California.

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