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1st item: HISTORIC PULASKI: BIRTHPLACE OF THE KU KLUX KLAN SCENE OF EXECUTION OF SAM DAVIS. Copyright 1913 by W.T. Richardson. Memoir of his involvement in the Klan, cypher code used by the Klan in secret correspondence, and accounts of the death of local Civil War hero Sam Davis. 108 pp. Dark red boards with gilt lettering, some black and white photographic illustrations. Good condition with edge wear, stains and wear to back. 2nd item: James McCallum, A BRIEF SKETCH OF THE SETTLEMENT AND EARLY HISTORY OF GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE. Published by the Pulaski Citizen, 1928. Includes lists of residents as early as 1820, notes on structures of note, politicians, "incidents and adventures of early settlers," etc. 134 pp, includes index. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering. Very good condition with light wear and fading to spine. 3rd item: Mabel Goode Frantz, FULL MANY A NAME: THE STORY OF SAM DAVIS, SCOUT AND SPY, CSA. Mowcat-Mercer Press, 1961. 135 pp plus index. Gray cloth boards, illustrated dust jacket. Good condition with edge wear. 4th item: John S.C. Abbott. AMERICAN PIONEERS AND PATRIOTS: DAVID CROCKETT – HIS LIFE AND ADVENTURES. Dodd Mead & Co. 1874. 350 pp. with black and white illustrations. Decorative illustrated boards with gilding on spine. Good condition with light edge wear. 5th item: Fred M. Burnett, THIS WAS MY VALLEY. Illustrated by Kenneth Whitsett. Heritage Printers, Charlotte, N.C. 1960. Autographed by author with personal inscription. History and lore of Western North Carolina. 198 pp. Tan illustrated boards with cloth spine. Good condition with scattered minor stains and very light wear. Books measure 7-1/2" to 8-1/2"H. Condition: SEE ITEM DESCRIPTION.