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Cajun Gold Ron Barthet
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$7.95
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The story of one man's heroic efforts to pick up,haul around, and hide 200 pounds of gold he happens to come across one weekend while hunting. Keeping it all secret is impossible, however, so Cajun Bernard Dumaine faces a series of hilarious mishaps in his quest to go for the Gold... all before his wife, his neighbors, and the local news media catch on to his scheme. Written by Ron Barthet under the pen name of Cliff Madison.
History of St. Tammany: From Time of Colonization By The French Ron Barthet
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
A reprint of the history of St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, from its original publication in the St. Tammany Farmer Newspaper on September 4, 1926. A series of "Historical Silhouettes of St. Tammany" detailing the history of the area from the time of colonization by the French, bringing out those incidents that had a particular bearing upon its future and that influenced the character of its settlement. By Flores Ford Meagher, and edited for reprinting by Ron Barthet.
Posters From Imaginary Festivals and Conventions by Ron Barthet
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$9.95
Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
When's the last time you went to a festival or convention and really enjoyed it? Well, here are posters advertising festivals and conventions that you would really enjoy, that is, if they were real. Welcome to the world of Imaginary Festivals and Conventions. They may not be real, but it doesn't stop you from wishing they were. Precaution: contains puns. This book should not be read while driving.
Sharing Family Memories: A Guide To Recording Treasured Remembrances Ron Barthet
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
So when is a good time to sit down with older family members and record a few family stories? Now. Do not put it off another week. With proper preparation and the right equipment you will uncover a gold mine of information, overflowing with personal recollections, some entertaining, some surprising and even some vital to know about. But it's your family, and your children and your grandchildren who will benefit from having a record of these things. And it's up to you to record them for posterity. You can have fun doing it and enjoy the process as well as the product: a family history account that will be rewarding and treasured for years to come.
Tammany Family: Artists, Writers & Other Talented People by Ron Barthet
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
One of the many positive aspects of living in the Northlake area near New Orleans is the large number of very talented people who represent a considerable diversity in interests and inclinations. All in all, it is the atmosphere of individual encouragement that sets the tone. The Talent Bank column explored many avenues found locally to discover, develop and use each person's particular talent. Persons featured include Walker Percy, Frank Levy, and Daniel Posin.
The Cartoon Maps of Ron Barthet A Tammany Family Book by Ron Barthet
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Over the past 35 years Ron Barthet of Covington, LA., has been drawing cartoon pictorial maps of area towns, mainly the downtown business areas. His work has been featured on restaurant placemats, school textbook covers, postcards, Mardi Gras cups, and even T-Shirts. Each map spotlights the history of the town, and often names the key businesses located in the community. All in all, it's the continuation of a centuries-old art style that has recorded "bird's eye views" of cities around the world. Ron is a retired newspaper editor and photographer, and he has also written three novels, a few songs and enjoys keeping up a daily blog called "TammanyFamily.com." Many of the maps were publish ...
The Gafferty Perspective Ron Barthet
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$8.95
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
How well do you know your next door neighbor? That's the question Richard Mendor must ask himself when he is suddenly thrust into an incredible adventure filled with scientific mysteries, new medical paradigms, and public relations consultants with guns. Spanning from New York to Houston, the story describes a world where traditional health care is on a collision course with the newest revelations of the mind-body connection.
The History of Sun By Ron Barthet
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Size: 5" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The History of Sun is the story of the village of Sun, Louisiana, how it came to be, what made it grow and prosper, and the people who provided the leadership for the community. The book includes a number of photographs in color.