The Belle Meade Plantation Collection

The Belle Meade Plantation Collection Author Tamera Alexander
ISBN-10 9780310349044
Release 2018-02-06
Pages 1200
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Set during the Civil War at Nashville’s historic Belle Meade Plantation, Tamera Alexander portrays stories about enslavement and freedom, arrogance and humility, and the power of love to heal even the deepest of wounds. To Whisper Her Name As Ridley Cooper seeks to make peace within himself for “betraying” the South he loved, Olivia Aberdeen is determined to never be betrayed again. To Whisper Her Name follows the journey of two wounded people and one fragile nation longing to find healing. To Win Her Favor A gifted rider in a world where ladies never race, Maggie Linden is determined that her horse will become a champion. But the one man who could help her—an Irishman far from home named Cullen McGrath—has vowed to stay away from thoroughbred racing for the rest of his life. To Wager Her Heart In the new reality of the post-Civil War South a railroad man and a Southern Belle-turned teacher must find a way to work together to achieve their dreams. To Wager Her Heart is a sweeping Southern love story about a nation trying to heal and the courage of a man and woman to see themselves for who they truly are—and can be—together. To Mend a Dream Extending her beloved series in this sweet novella, Tamera Alexander offers readers the story of well-known character Savannah Darby, who would do almost anything to revisit her family home. When the new owner, Aidan Bedford, decides to redecorate his new house for his fiance, Savannah jumps at the opportunity.



The History of Belle Meade

The History of Belle Meade Author Ridley Wills
ISBN-10 UOM:39015029991257
Release 1991
Pages 383
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"Ridley Wills traces the history of Belle Meade from a log cabin alongside a buffalo trail to one of the South's grand plantations and horse nurseries to its demise and eventual development into Nashville's premier residential community. In the process, he provides a fully documented account of the origins and evolution of the plantation, its grand mansion, and its Thoroughbred breeding farm. Along the way, he tells the story of the Harding and Jackson families, who carved Belle Meade from a wilderness and brought it to international fame both for its excellence in horse breeding and for its hospitality in the Southern tradition." "On the small scale of human events, Wills focuses on the details of farming practices, the expansions and renovations of the mansion, the education and personalities of children, and the problems of daily living in the midst of war. On the large scale of nineteenth-century American history, Belle Meade becomes a viewing point for the comings and goings of people and events so easily described as historical - Andrew Jackson and Sam Houston, Generals Johnston and Grant, the Civil War and Reconstruction, the visits and deaths of presidents. Weaving together family and regional history, Wills provides his reader with the most substantial account ever written of the land, people, buildings, and Thoroughbreds that for a century made Belle Meade the "Queen of Tennessee plantations.""--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved



Martha s at the Plantation

Martha s at the Plantation Author Martha Phelps Stamps
ISBN-10 1588180921
Release 2003
Pages 209
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"Country music stars, tourists, and local residents alike flock to Martha's on the Plantation, the Nashville restaurant whose fresh-from-the-garden cooking secrets are documented in the 200 recipes of this cookbook. Critically acclaimed chef and cookbook author Martha Phelps Stamps explores the local traditions of seasonally inspired foods, and serves them up year round on the beautiful grounds of historic Belle Meade Plantation. This collection of Southern cooking offers inspired interpretations of classic recipes and includes photographs and anecdotes from the restaurant."



To Whisper Her Name

To Whisper Her Name Author Tamera Alexander
ISBN-10 9780310413134
Release 2012-10-23
Pages 480
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Olivia Aberdeen, destitute widow of a murdered carpetbagger, gratefully accepts an invitation from “Aunt” Elizabeth Harding, mistress of Belle Meade Plantation and the dearest friend of Olivia’s late mother. Expecting to be the Harding’s housekeeper, Olivia is disillusioned once again when she learns the real reason why Elizabeth’s husband, Confederate General William Giles Harding, agreed to her coming. Caring for an ill Aunt Elizabeth, Olivia is caught off guard by her feelings for Ridley Adam Cooper, a southern-born son who—unbeknownst to her and everyone else—fought for the Union. Determined to learn “the gift” that Belle Meade’s head horse trainer, Bob Green, possesses, Ridley is a man desperate to end the war still raging inside him while harboring secrets that threaten his life. As Ridley seeks to make peace within himself for “betraying” the South he loved, Olivia is determined to never be betrayed again… Set within the remarkable history of Nashville’s historic Belle Meade Plantation, comes a story about enslavement and freedom, arrogance and humility, and the power of love to heal even the deepest of wounds.



Meet Me at the Belle Meade Plantation

Meet Me at the Belle Meade Plantation Author Andrew B. Miller
ISBN-10 1577364368
Release 2009
Pages 122
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Meet Me at the Belle Meade Plantation has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Meet Me at the Belle Meade Plantation also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Meet Me at the Belle Meade Plantation book for free.



Wie ein Fl stern im Wind

Wie ein Fl  stern im Wind Author Tamera Alexander
ISBN-10 386827524X
Release 2015-06
Pages 556
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Wie ein Fl stern im Wind has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Wie ein Fl stern im Wind also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Wie ein Fl stern im Wind book for free.



The Belle Meade Plantation

The Belle Meade Plantation Author Margaret Lindsley Warden
ISBN-10 OCLC:25814612
Release 1988
Pages 37
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The Belle Meade Plantation has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Belle Meade Plantation also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Belle Meade Plantation book for free.



Nashville Interiors 1866 to 1922

Nashville Interiors  1866 to 1922 Author Amelia Whitsitt Edwards
ISBN-10 0738502200
Release 1999
Pages 128
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Few places in the country can boast the extraordinary historic architecture possessed by Nashville, a remarkable hybrid city integrating both New South commerce with Old South charm and traditions. During the nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, many affluent families, including governors, statesmen, and presidents, built luxurious homes in many different revival styles of architecture such as Gothic Revival, Renaissance Revival, Greek Revival, and Colonial Revival. Since that time, residents and countless visitors to Nashville alike have enjoyed their dramatic and imposing exteriors. In this volume, you are given a special opportunity to walk into these homes and explore their fascinating interiors as they appeared from 1866 to 1920. Nashville Interiors: 1866 to 1920 provides valuable insight into the tastes and needs of the families who lived in these historic homes, from their formal parlors and gardens to their private dining rooms and bedrooms. Within these pages, the capital city's most famous country homes, such as Belmont Mansion, Belle Meade Plantation, and the Hermitage, and a wide assortment of city dwellings, boarding schools, hotels, and businesses again open their doors, allowing today's viewer a rare, intimate glimpse into their past.



To Win Her Favor

To Win Her Favor Author Tamera Alexander
ISBN-10 9780310413165
Release 2015-05-12
Pages 384
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A gifted rider in a world where ladies never race, Maggie Linden is determined that her horse will become a champion. But the one man who could help her has vowed to stay away from thoroughbred racing forever. An Irishman far from home, Cullen McGrath left a once prosperous life in England because of a horse racing scandal that nearly ruined him. He’s come to Nashville for a fresh start, hoping to buy land and begin farming, all while determined to stay as far away from thoroughbred racing as possible. But starting over proves harder than he’d wagered, especially when Maggie Linden’s father makes him an offer he shouldn’t accept yet cannot possibly refuse. Maggie is certain that her mare, Bourbon Belle, can take the top purse in the inaugural Peyton Stakes, the richest race ever run in America. Maggie only needs the chance to prove it. To give her that chance—and to save Linden Downs from being sold to the highest bidder—Maggie’s father, aging, yet wily as ever, makes a barter. His agreement includes one tiny, troublesome detail—Maggie must marry a man she’s never met. A man she never would have chosen for herself.



Good bye Lord I m Going To New York

Good bye  Lord  I   m Going To New York Author Vic Currier
ISBN-10 9781503547728
Release 2015-05-20
Pages 458
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America would be very different if William Harding Jackson (1901– 1971) had not put his indelible stamp on the US government as OSS / War Department chief of secret intelligence in World War II Europe, cofounder of today’s Central Intelligence Agency, and his work as Eisenhower’s national security adviser. During the most dangerous times in our history and for decades beyond his death, there is no other American who influenced so many sensitive, top-secret national security matters more than Jackson. When Bill Jackson was in the room, everyone paid attention; and for a time in our history, three US presidents saw to it—personally.



To Wager Her Heart

To Wager Her Heart Author Tamera Alexander
ISBN-10 9780310413189
Release 2017-08-08
Pages 384
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Set against the real history of Nashville’s Belle Meade Plantation and the original Fisk University Jubilee Singers ensemble, To Wager Her Heart is a stirring love story about seeking justice and restoring honor at a time in American history when both were tenuous and hard-won. With fates bound by a shared tragedy, a reformed gambler from the Colorado Territory and a Southern Belle bent on breaking free from society’s expectations must work together to achieve their dreams—provided the truth doesn’t tear them apart first. Sylas Rutledge, new owner of the Northeast Line Railroad, invests everything he has into this new venture, partly for the sake of the challenge. But mostly to clear his father’s name. One man holds the key to Sy’s success—General William Giles Harding of Nashville’s Belle Meade Plantation. But Harding is champagne and thoroughbreds, and Sy Rutledge is beer and bullocks. Sy needs someone to help him maneuver through Nashville’s society, and when he meets Alexandra Jamison, he quickly decides he’s found his tutor. But he soon discovers that the very train accident his father is blamed for causing is what killed Alexandra’s fiancé and shattered her world. Spurning an arranged marriage by her father, Alexandra instead pursues her passion for teaching at Fisk University, the first freedmen’s university in the United States. But family—and Nashville society—do not approve, and she soon finds herself cast out from both. Through connections with the Harding family, Alexandra and Sy become unlikely allies. And despite first impressions, Alexandra gradually finds herself coming to respect and even care for this man. But how can she, when her heart is still spoken for? Sy is willing to risk everything to win over the woman he loves. What he doesn’t count on is having to wager her heart to do it.



Nashville from the Collection of Carl and Otto Giers

Nashville  from the Collection of Carl and Otto Giers Author James A. Hoobler
ISBN-10 0738502952
Release 1999-10
Pages 128
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A center of New South industry and expansion, Nashville has enjoyed a long and unusual history, from its time as a budding pioneer community to its development as the Volunteer State's capital city. The prolific work of two visionary nineteenth-century photographers, a father and his adopted son, has truly captured a Nashville of bygone times, when the city was the home of presidents, a site for both Confederate and Union occupation, and a place of flourishing architectural tastes and cultures. Nashville: From the Collection of Carl and Otto Giers chronicles the work and talent of Carl and Otto Giers, two photographers who enjoyed a long-lasting love affair with their hometown. Both were interested in recording their personal Nashville, which was constantly changing due to the pressures of their times: war, Reconstruction, urban development, and many community "improvements," which tore down historic buildings for new businesses and buildings. This volume, with over 200 striking images, showcases their combined work in preserving Nashville's unique heritage from 1855 to the turn of the century. A fascinating visual history, Nashville: From the Collection of Carl and Otto Giers takes you on an incredible tour through the city's many historic landmarks, such as The Hermitage, Belle Meade mansion, Belmont plantation, and the Tennessee Centennial Exposition, and allows you to experience first-hand the street scenes, the different fashions of the nineteenth century, and the cityscapes and landscapes from Union occupation to the late 1890s.



Building the Natchez Trace Parkway

Building the Natchez Trace Parkway Author Natchez Trace Parkway Association
ISBN-10 9780738591537
Release 2012
Pages 127
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The Natchez Trace is one of the oldest trails in North America. In 1801, President Jefferson ordered the Army to build a road along the trail to provide a route for moving troops and delivering mail. Jefferson dispatched soldiers down the road in 1803 to protect the Louisiana Purchase, and Andrew Jackson and his troops followed it to battle the British in the War of 1812. As an 1800-era link between Nashville, Tennessee, and Natchez, Mississippi, the road served as a pathway for settling much of what we now know as the South. Twentieth-century writers such as Eudora Welty later embellished its lore of heroes, bandits, and spies, inspiring Southern leaders to revive the Natchez Trace.



Black Heritage Sites

Black Heritage Sites Author Nancy C. Curtis
ISBN-10 0838906435
Release 1996
Pages 677
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Lists historic sites related to African American history, organized geographically, and discusses the significance of each site



Business Ethics Ethical Decision Making Cases

Business Ethics  Ethical Decision Making   Cases Author O. C. Ferrell
ISBN-10 9781305500846
Release 2016-01-01
Pages 544
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Packed with cases, exercises, simulations, and practice tests, the market-leading BUSINESS ETHICS: ETHICAL DECISION MAKING AND CASES, 11th Edition, thoroughly covers the complex environment in which managers confront ethical decision-making. Using a proven managerial framework, this accessible, applied text addresses the overall concepts, processes, and best practices associated with successful business ethics programs --helping you see how ethics can be integrated into key strategic business decisions. Thoroughly revised, this edition incorporates coverage of new legislation affecting business ethics, the most up-to-date examples, and the best practices of high-profile organizations. It also includes 20 new or updated original case studies. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Insiders Guide to Nashville 8th

Insiders  Guide   to Nashville  8th Author Jackie Sheckler Finch
ISBN-10 9780762774760
Release 2011-04-12
Pages 408
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Your Travel Destination. Your Home. Your Home-To-Be. Nashville Savor down-home Southern food and hospitality. See antebellum mansions and lush flowering gardens. Feel the beat of the Music City. The Athens of the South. • A personal, practical perspective for travelers and residents alike • Comprehensive listings of attractions, restaurants, hotels, and music venues • How to live & thrive in the area—from recreation to relocation • Countless details on shopping, arts & entertainment, and children’s activities



Civil War Sites Memorials Museums and Library Collections

Civil War Sites  Memorials  Museums and Library Collections Author Doug Gelbert
ISBN-10 9781476608174
Release 2005
Pages 208
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Although the exact number will never be known, it is estimated that there were over 10,000 military engagements during the Civil War. Most have long since been forgotten, but the places where a number of them were fought have been maintained as historic sites. Others have been memorialized by statues or markers, as have many Civil War leaders and soldiers. Arranged by state, this reference work provides capsule descriptions and information on Civil War sites and collections throughout the United States, including battlefields, memorial markers and statues, museums, cemeteries and other landmarks. In addition to the description, the address and telephone number for each are given, along with admission fees (if any) and policies, hours open and other pertinent information. For each state, there is a brief profile of its role during the Civil War and a timeline of significant battles or other events that took place there.