in Nashville .
Written in English
|Series||Its Registers,, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.M17 T4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||62063304|
Stuart McIver was the author of eleven books on Florida. In addition, he wrote more than four hundred stories and articles for both regional and national publications and was the editor of South Florida History Magazine. A North Carolina native, McIver has been called “south Florida's tribal storyteller.”Cited by: 6. The author discourages the categorization of the Nick McIver series as a collection of children’s books. Rather, the author believes that the books are more for the family than anything else and can be compared to the likes of Treasure Island. Ted Bell had hoped earlier on that the McIver series would receive a film adaptation. Looking for books by Joel McIver? See all books authored by Joel McIver, including To Live Is to Die: The Life and Death of Metallica's Cliff Burton, and My Life with Deth: Discovering Meaning in a Life of Rock & Roll, and more on Joel McIver (born ) is a British author. The best-known of his 21 books to date is the bestselling Justice For All: The Truth About Metallica, first published in and selling close to 50, copies in nine languages since then. McIver's other works include biographies of Black Sabbath, Slayer, Ice Cube and Queens Of The Stone Age.
F.C Judd () was a pioneer in British electronic music, working in the s and s. His importance hinges on a wide range of electronic activities: from his compositions, self-built synthesizer and sound visualisation system to his books, magazine articles. The edited version also includes some transcripts of the correspondence also found in the papers. Dembo's version resulted from the book he edited entitled A Life of Duty: The Autobiography of George Willcox McIver. The book was published by History Press in , and a copy can be found in the Special Collections Reference Collection. Collection () including land grants, deeds, bill of sale of slaves, correspondence, Civil War documents, and an account book, pertaining to the land holdings and genealogy of the McIver, McLeod, Lane, Crawford, Mumford, and Faison families of Moore, Chatham and . Gale Virtual Reference Library (e-books) (Gale) Government, Politics, and Protest: Essential Primary Sources. History of World Trade Since Human and Civil Rights: Essential Primary Sources. InfoTrac Small Business Collection (Gale) Insurance and Liability Collection (Gale) Personal Finance. Small Business Resource Center (Gale).
The McIver Collection is composed of the papers of John McIver and several of his relatives, the most important of whom are Daniel Graham, William Baine Alexander Ramsey, and his brother, James Gettys McGready Ramsey. John McIver () was the emigrant from Scotland who settled in Murfreesboro and had large land holdings in that area. McIver has so many lawyers there wasn’t room for all of them at the defense table, so the fifth member, Alex Bartko, sat in the first row behind it. “you cannot judge a book by its cover. Letters reflecting McIver's role in statewide and southern educational circles are also found in the collection. A copy of McIver's letter to Hoke Smith (Janu ) after the Brick Dormitory fire, asking that he not be considered for the position as Agent of the Peabody Fund is in this group. Here is the first statewide collection of true Florida murders, and, as the saying goes, truth is stranger than fiction. The Sunshine State has played host to a memorable and varied array of crimes of passion, greed, and revenge/5(1).