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1. The Carter Family: Country music's
2. The Carter Family: Country music's
4. Nashville Wives: Country Music's
6. The Carter Family Collection (Guitar
7. The Original Carter Family: with
8. Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone?
9. Johnny cash goes home: one last
10. At Home with Johnny, June and
11. Nashville Wives: Intimate Interviews
12. The Carter Family: Country Song
13. The Carter family (Time-Life.
14. June Carter Cash: An entry from

1. The Carter Family: Country music's first family (Country music library)
by Stacy Harris
 Unknown Binding: Pages (1978)

Isbn: 0822514036
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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A biography of the "Original Carter Family," A. P., Sara, and Maybelle, who were among the first performers of "hillbilly" music and who influenced the music of today's folk and bluegrass stars. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Carter Family : Country Music's First Family
Though a children's book, this biography of the First Family of Country Music will be of interest to music fans of all ages.

I would encourage everyone who dreams of being a part of today's country music industry toread this book about the genre's pioneers.The Carters had stayingpower.

Many of today's country-music fans and even most people on MusicRow don't know their country-music history.Boning up with Stacy Harris'book would be the place to start! ... Read more

2. The Carter Family: Country music's first family (Country music library)
by Robert K Krishef
 Unknown Binding: Pages (1978)

Asin: B0006CU502
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3. THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF OLD-TIME COUNTRY MUSIC. The Carter Family On Border Radio. (April, 1994. Number 20. The Stanley Brothers. Asher and Little Jimmie Sizemore. Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. Hank Williams)
 Paperback: Pages (1994)

Asin: B001HTSMPS
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4. Nashville Wives: Country Music's Celebrity Wives Reveal the Truth about Their Husbands and Marriages
by Nancy Jones, Tom Carter
Mass Market Paperback: 320 Pages (2000-01)
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Asin: 0061030066
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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From one of Nashville's most prominent wives and a top journalist comes this intimate look in side the lives and marriages of major country music heartthrobs. For the first time, sixteen top Nashville wives talk openly about life with their famous and infamous husbands-how they met, fell in love, rose to stardom, and cope with showbusiness success and failure. Find out what it's really like to be:

Mrs. Clint (Lisa Hartman) Black
Mrs. Garth (Sandy) Brooks
Mrs. Merle (Theresa) Haggard
Mrs. George (Nancy) Jones
Mrs. Kenny (Wanda) Rogers
And More!

With 16 pages of black-and-white photographs! ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Awful !
A waste of time and money - could not get past the second chapter before totally giving up on this one (I really did give it a shot)....

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money on this one!
This book is written in a very sophmoric text and was really down right boring.With the exception of one or two interviews all the info can be found in any music magazine. I was at times embarrassed for the authors"attempting" to interview these ladies. Don't waste money on thisone, borrow it or go to the library.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous
I found this book very interesting.The book allowed us to see these couples how they really are and how they feel.They their publicist want you to see them (in some cases) and the way these people truly are can betwo different things.Thank you Nancy and Tom for a terrific book.

4-0 out of 5 stars i read this book in one night!
I enjoyed this book, but the only thing I would change about it is the amount of the older, traditional country stars written about.I'd like to have seen the whole book be about the older singers, not as many of thenewer ones.However, I know that today, the "young" and"cute" artists sell, even if they have no talent whatsoever.Ifthe book was strictly about the "old-timers", it wouldn't appealto as many people, I suppose.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time or money on this book
I was sorely disappointed in reading this book.Instead of finding interesting stories which were well written, I found myself reading a book which seems like it had been written by a child in grade school. Thesilliness, and just the simplicity of its text makes the reader feel likean incompetent individual.Not to mention that these wives come offsounding like a bunch of ding-bats, for which I am sure they are not.I amwondering if after seeing the book in print, the wives are as sorry forparticipating in this book, as I am for actually taking the time to readit. ... Read more

5. AMONG MY KLEDIMENTS- A Member of Country Music's First Family Tells Her Own Story
by June Carter Cash
 Hardcover: Pages (1979-01-01)

Asin: B002KZXHUS
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6. The Carter Family Collection (Guitar Recorded Version)
by The Carter Family, Fred Sokolow
Paperback: 128 Pages (1999-08-01)
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Asin: 0793588804
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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This deluxe book features 32 songs from "The Royal Family of Country Music," plus an introduction and family history, rare photos, a chronological discography, and analysis of their technique and music. Songs include: Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow * Can the Circle Be Unbroken * Cannonball (Cannonball Blues) * Coal Miner's Blues * Engine One-Forty-Three * Foggy Mountain Top * Hello Stranger * John Hardy Was a Desperate Little Man * Little Joe (Darling Little Joe) * Lonesome Valley * Wabash Cannonball * Wildwood Flower * and more. Includes a brief bio of Carter Family discoverer Ralph Peer. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Superbly accurate transcriptions
This guy has an amazing ear.When you listen to the recordings over and over again with the transcriptions in front of you, you can eventually get to where you can net out the autoharp ground and hear the individual notes on Maybelle's guitar.With the exception of simplifying the rhythm of the solos these are all spot on.That's pretty amazing.Tabs and notes are shown for all of the solos.
Even if you don't really want to learn the Carter catalog, the book is still useful for picking up licks here and there.Once you start Carter-picking (with a thump and a single finger pick) you'll use it every now and again.It's a very intuitive style of play once you get it down, and there's no better way to get it down than to learn three or four classic solos.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book!
To add to the rest:

This is from the "recorded version" series so they're true transcriptions of the original recordings (nice to see the Peer International copyright on the bottom from way back when). I hate approximations and other peoples' renditions, and as a beginner they confuse me, so this is just what I was looking for.

The exercises for Maybelle's styles are simple but really helpful and make a lot of sense. You'll figure out soon enough that "old" does not necessarily equal "simple" and most of the modern versions of these songs use a lot of ironing out tricks to clean up what is essentially pretty difficult to play time-wise in the original.

A fine book. Just hoping they come out with added songbooks in the future.

4-0 out of 5 stars Invitation to Country guitar playing
Pros: As a beginner, this book appears inviting to me. Every thing in C major makes it very easy to learn and to play. The accompaniment and the technique are so easy that they bring instant satisfaction. The use of standard notation and tablature is wonderful in learning the sounding notes AND the position on the fretboard. Brief intro on the Carter style gives insight into the art of country music. As to the way Maybelle change the guitar tunning, one has the option of score da tura (change of tunning)or not; it sounds good both ways. I especially like the introduction paragraphs preceding the songs, because they give the details on the Carters and somethng to relate to the song.

Cons: in the songs, with the harmonization written in, it is difficult to distinguish the melody if you don't already know it. Also watch out for the "extra two beats" as 6/4 is often in the Carters' singing. Know that you can often smooth it out by adding extra two beats and make an extra measure out of it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must for playing Carter Family songs
Fred Sokolow's description of Maybelle Carter's "scratch" style and slide guitar techniques are simply written and easy to follow.The combination of having the lyrics, standard notation and guitar tablature is fantanstic!A beginner can easily get into most of these songs, if you can get beyond re-tuning.But it would probably take a more advanced player to appreciate the nuances of her playing.I also play banjo and have used the standard notation to compose banjo solos.No matter what your level of guitar, if you love the Carter Family songs, you'll love this book!

2-0 out of 5 stars Good songs, not easy playing
While the songs here are a great collection, what is not clear until you purchase the book is that the Carter's enjoyed playing the C chord shape, but not in the key of C.Therefore, most of the songs require non-standard tuning of your guitar - usually tuning DOWN frets (like from E to E flat) so even a capo doesn't help.Who wants to constantly be changing the tuning of all the strings just because you'd like to play one song? ... Read more

7. The Original Carter Family: with a biography by Johnny Cash (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook)
by The Carter Family
Paperback: 44 Pages (1999-03-01)
list price: US$9.95 -- used & new: US$5.55
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Asin: 063400381X
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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The Carter Family was the most influential group in country music history. This book salutes them, assembling 11 of their most popular songs, many photos and an extensive biography by Johnny Cash, who is married to June Carter-Cash. Songs include: Engine One-Forty-Three * Lonesome Homesick Blues * Wabash Cannonball * Wildwood Flower * more. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars the original carter family
great book could not put it down ... Read more

8. Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone? The Carter Family & Their Legacy in American Music
by Mark Zwonitzer, Charles Hirshberg
Paperback: 417 Pages (2004-02-17)
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Asin: 074324382X
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone? is the first major biography of the Carter Family, the musical pioneers who almost single-handedly created the sounds and traditions that grew into modern folk, country, and bluegrass music. Meticulously researched and lovingly written, it is a look at a world and a culture that, rather than passing, has continued to exist in the music that is the legacy of the Carters -- songs that have shaped and influenced generations of artists who have followed them.

Brilliant in insight and execution, Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone? is also an in-depth study of A.P., Sara, and Maybelle Carter, and their bittersweet story of love and fulfillment, sadness and loss. The result is more than just a biography of a family; it is also a journey into another time, almost another world, and theirs is a story that resonates today and lives on in the timeless music they created. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars of course ill miss you when your gone
this is a story that everyone should read because it goes to the true depths of original american music and the lives of the early pioneers of that music.
when you finish this book you feel as if you have lived the life that these peeple stuggled with over 70 years ago in the infancy of country music.
it is so well written that you will actuallly feel like you are back in the very recesses of appalacia. back when people walked for miles to visit each other and you are intertwined in the lives and loves of real people before they had money and some fame. truly an all american historical treasure and one of the finest books ive ever read.

4-0 out of 5 stars A seminal biography but needlessly incomplete
I had to struggle when it came to awarding "Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone" four stars or three. I chose four because if it weren't for Zwonitzer and Hirshberg we would know far less about the Carters. Their contribution to knowledge in this field is signal and I take nothing away from what they accomplished. It would be a truism to repeat what other reviewers have already said ("Love American music? Read this book!"). The writing is brisk and the reader's interest is maintained to the end.

So what is the problem? Perhaps because the authors have done half their job so well, the missing half is glaring. It's usually a compliment to say that the writing left you wishing for more, but here it's excruciating, because Zwonitzer and Hirshberg could have given us more and did not. Because this book helps us to appreciate the Carters, we want to know all you can about them. When you realize that at least some of the gaps could have been filled in by the authors, it's frustrating.

What's missing? 1. A timeline. With three main characters and numerous descendants a timeline is indispensable for following the action intelligently. Who was born when and to whom? When were they married and where? How old were they when they died? 2. An epilogue. Half way through the book the focus shifts from the three principals, Alvin Pleasant ("A.P.") Carter, his wife, Sara Dougherty, and her first cousin Maybelle Addington, wife of A.P.'s brother, Ezra J. ("Eck") Carter -- to their children, especially Maybelle's three talented daughters, the famous June Carter Cash and the lesser known Anita and Helen. In the last half of the book their story almost comes to predominate, which is fine, but upon the death of Sara, the book stops, like a locomotive that has fallen off a bridge, and the story of the descendants is abruptly and frustratingly halted. A two page epilogue telling us what happened to Maybelle's three daughters and their children, Sara's children and her second husband Coy, and how fares the Carter Family Museum and their legacy, is the least the authors could have done after building our interest. 3. There are numerous rare photos without dates. They should be dated, even approximately. 4. While it's probably asking too much, a genealogical chart would have been a helpful supplement to the rather dizzying chronicle provided in the text. The book takes a leisurely detour to delve intothe minutiae of the life of a quack doctor, John Romulus Brinkley, who sponsored the Carters on his powerful radio station across the Mexican border from Texas. The Brinkley excursion could have been shortened to make room for the preceding missing elements.

We're told Sara's age when she died (80), but not Maybelle's age at her death. We're informed at one point that June has $37,000 in cash in her wallet. Shortly thereafter we see her Country Music icon mother Maybelle, toiling on the night shift as a practical nurse for $12 an hour! Why? Was it because Maybelle was extremely frugal, or was she nearly broke at this juncture? The authors don't tell us. They never give a hint that there is a breach between Maybelle and Sara but they gloss over the fact that Sara apparently did not attend Maybelle's funeral (p. 392). We also are not told why Sara, who divorced A.P. in her passion for Coy, and took up a new life near Stockton, California, asked to be buried close to A.P. back in Maces Springs, Virginia, against the wishes of her second husband (p. 395).

The subtitle of this Carter family biography is: "Their Legacy in American Music." But Zwonitzer and Hirshberg never ruminate on what exactly that legacy consists. They track the waning and eventual permanent waxing of the Carter's influence with admirable narrative skill and solid research. But the authors never pause to offer the kind of musicological retrospective suggested by the book's subtitle. The reader is left to surmise that Grand Ole Opry + Johnny Cash +Newport Folk Festival + the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band = something or other, admittedly momentous, but the authors shy away from ever saying precisely what that is. They never truly assess the Carter's legacy, leaving it to the reader to glean from all the details just what precisely it was and is.

Any competent writer who comes to craft the story of the Carters is going to pen a haunting tale, and from the early music itself with its litany of heartbreak and tragic death, moderated by invocations to "Keep on the Sunny Side of Life," to the artists, this is a compelling and deeply moving story. Maybelle Carter is the family's lay saint, imbued with what the authors term the "forgiving progressivism" of her Primitive Baptist upbringing. A.P. Carter is the song-writing prodigy, afflicted nearly from birth with a tremor in his arm that would be a harbinger of the extent to which his tunes would shake 20th century America with a roots music it had nearly abandoned. He was the architect of the Carter sound and yet another devout Christian imbued with a fundamental decency - his was the first major country group to have the lead vocals sung by a woman, a controversial move made good by the powerful voice of his formidable wife Sara, a strong-willed, proto-feminist.

What struck me the most about the Carters was their lack of pride and ego. They were ambitious, certainly, and reveled in hard work, grueling tour schedules and living conditions that would challenge all but the toughest of hardscrabble wannabe recording artists today. Yet they came from an era that predated the cult of celebrity andnever bought into it for themselves or other stars. Midway through the book, Zwonitzer and Hirshberg spring a delightful surprise on the reader. All of a sudden, beginning in the 1940s, we find the Carters nose to nose with some of the century's greatest music legends. Hank Williams Sr. is a love sick puppy in the presence of Maybelle's singing daughter Anita, gifted with one of the finest voices in all of popular music. Williams, tormented by his unfaithful wife Audrey, constantly half-drunk or high on pills (he narrowly misses June with a pistol shot during one of his benders), is nursed and mothered by Maybelle and her girls. They treat him just as if he was a farm boy from across the road. Williams is only the first of a parade of superstars who will seek the comfort of their hearth. After Williams died of an overdose, a frightened and tearful singing Adonis by the name of Elvis Presley shared their home, and like Hank, sought the hand of Anita Carter. Maybelle, Eck and her daughters treated Elvis like the lost country boy he was in 1955. There is no sign they were awed by him or sought to hop on what was obviously going to be the gravy train of the decade. When Anita said no to Presley and the Colonel beckoned, it was Johnny Cash's turn to enter their lives and be nursed off the pills and the booze. He was a successful suitor, winning the love of the soon to be twice-divorced June, and from then on he proved as good a friend as any of the Carters could want. Besides June, Maybelle and her husband Eck were the main recipients of the rewards of the relationship with Cash.

Maybelle was really something. She was a good mom and a fine cook who could handle an automobile like a NASCAR racer (for years she was the main driver while the Carters toured the nation),a shrewd and avid card-player, and a faithful wife to her eccentric, bibliophile-husband Eck, a student of Edward Gibbon and Josephus and a lover of Bach and Beethoven. Moreover, the Carters remained open to strangers all of their lives. In fact, some of their closest, lifelong friends were just regular folk they had met in stores or on the street. Throughout their lives they rejected celebrity and snobbery and made themselves available to "ordinary" people with an astonishing degree of access and hospitality.

Sarah, after years of separation from A.P. and pining after her estranged lover, the handsome, fun-loving Coy, married him and moved to the far west, where initially the fire of their ardor sufficed to compensate for the distance from her children and the final dissolution of the original Carter Family trio. But as the years passed, Coy, a maintenance man, took to drinking, and the trailer the couple inhabited in straitened circumstances began to stifle. In old age, Sara confided to a friend that marrying Coy had been "the worst mistake of my life." A.P. meanwhile, roamed the hills and railroad tracks of his native mountain Virginia. He never stopped loving Sara, believing she would return to him one day. He ran a grocery store and owned land, but the store was seldom open and he was surely distracted and troubled in mind by the departure of his wife.

We are told that the Carters were very private people and left few letters or extended revelations of what they thought about their music or each other. No doubt an enterprising investigative writer will mine more from their story than is found in "Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone." The peregrination of the Carters coincided with the 20th century change-of-era time,a headlong rush into modernity that left much of what had made America what it was, from passenger trains to old time music, on the junk heap of history. The Carters, along with others of similar background, were the carriers of ancient voices and tried and true traditions, and while their lives were to some extent warped by the enormous deterioration the country experienced in the 1960s and 70s, in the end they proved themselves worthy of the legacy they were fated to keep alive for posterity.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Story and Great History of American Music
The only time I read this book was wenever I read it aloud to my husband on road trips.It took us several months to finish, but it was easy to pick up where we left off each time.We laughed and cried throughout the story and learned so much about the history of American music.

Parts of the book were halarious and we could not believe how much research went into the book.For anyone interested in the impact of this family even to today's generation, you really want to read this book!

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Music History
This is a beautifully-written, fascinating portrait of one of the most important families in American musical history. All of the Carters come vividly alive. I can almost see A.P. wandering on the road gathering his songs, and Maybelle and Sara with their amazing skills. Sara's marriage pains are etched in unforgettable language.

Beyond being absolutely crucial to understanding musical history, the story of the Carter Family is valuable in understanding all of American history during this century. The book happily drove me back to my CD collection and I got to appreciate "Keep on the Sunny Side" and all the rest of their unmatched repertoire in a new way because I learned so much about the pain behind the songs.

--Lawrence J. Epstein, author of Political Folk Music in America from Its Origins to Bob Dylan

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant and well done!
This book -- written by two non-Southerners -- does a remarkable job of capturing the rural South, its cultural, people and, especially, the unique of the Appalachian folks. The storytelling is strong, the characters vivid and the history sound. I highly recommend this book. I read it, am buying it for gifts and will cherish it always for my library. ... Read more

9. Johnny cash goes home: one last time, the Man in Black brings his music, and love, to the Carter Family Fold.(Music)(Johnny Cash): An article from: Sojourners
by Kimberly Burge
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Title: Johnny cash goes home: one last time, the Man in Black brings his music, and love, to the Carter Family Fold.(Music)(Johnny Cash)
Author: Kimberly Burge
Publication: Sojourners (Magazine/Journal)
Date: January 1, 2004
Publisher: Sojourners
Volume: 33Issue: 1Page: 38(5)

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10. At Home with Johnny, June and Mother Maybelle: Snapshots from My Life with the Cash and Carter Families
by Peggy Knight
Paperback: 96 Pages (2004-06-30)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed it immensely - but have a question
I really enjoyed reading this book - we all know that Johnny had relapses with his drugs - but this book (for me) showed the happiness, and humor and love between Johnny and June - despite all.My question is - if anyone can answer it - is why John Carter Cash was so hostile to Peggy Knight?Did something happen between them that turned him against Peggy.It would be helpful to balance this out for myself.

1-0 out of 5 stars At Home with Johnny, June and Mother Maybelle.
I was dissapointed with the book, it had too many pics of the author and not enough of the stars.It was ok, but not great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Pictures!!!
Yes, this is coming from a die hard June fan.

Hi there! I can't tell you how many times throughout the week I look at this book. It's wonderful!! It shows many great pictures with a long caption underneath it. I ahve not read any of Peggy's other books, but they are probably as good as this one!!


5-0 out of 5 stars Thank You Peggy
Loved this book as much as Inside the House of Cash.Peggy Knight was the epitome of the word loyal to the Carter and Cash families.We thank her for sharing her memories and endearing Maybelle, John, and June to us even more.Please write more books about these wonderful people Peggy.Thank you!!! Vicki

5-0 out of 5 stars Peggy Knight
Peggy,I have both of your books. They are so beautiful written and your love for the Cash/Carter familes is REAL..God Bless you Peggy you are one of a kind..33+ years tells me they loved you as family..I loved your lovely pictures and the beautiful stories you told us fans..You were there with them during the best and the worst times of all your lives..

Theses books are a must for all who can relate to love,kindess and togetherness..Peggy your middle name must be LOYAL.. ... Read more

11. Nashville Wives: Intimate Interviews With the Wives of Today's Hottest Country Superstars
by Nancy Jones, Tom Carter
 Hardcover: Pages (1998-04)
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12. The Carter Family: Country Song Hall Of Fame [Songbook]
by The Carter Family
 Paperback: Pages (1975)

Asin: B000WYLVL6
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13. The Carter family (Time-Life. Country & Western classics)
by Tony Russell
 Unknown Binding: 24 Pages (1982)

Asin: B0006YRYM2
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14. June Carter Cash: An entry from Gale's <i>Newsmakers 2004 Cumulation</i>
by Carol Brennan
 Digital: 2 Pages (2004)
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This digital document is an article from Newsmakers 2004 Cumulation, brought to you by GaleĀ®, a part of Cengage Learning, a world leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses.The length of the article is 862 words.The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase.You can view it with any web browser.Newsmakers provides timely and informative profiles of the world's most interesting people. Separate obituaries provide concise profiles of recently deceased newsmakers. ... Read more


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