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Never Forgotten: The Stories of Licking County Veterans
by Doug Stout

Overview


A compilation of select Licking County veteran stories as told from personal accounts, interviews, letters and reflections from family, friends and community members. The veterans highlighted are just a snapshot of information contained in Licking County Library’s In The Company of Heroes veterans project. 


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Description



A compilation of 51 stories with images of Licking County veterans. These stories were originally written for a weekly Newark Advocate column before being reworked for this book. Each veteran story is personal and not meant to give historic details on a particular war or conflict. They are meant to give reflection on the selected veteran and his or her experiences. Men, women, white, black, immigrants, children of immigrants—they all lived here and helped shape Licking County. There is a saying that people die twice. The first time when their earthly body dies and the second when there is no one left to remember their name. May we never let any of our veterans of Licking County be forgotten and die the second death.

 



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About the author


Doug Stout is the Veterans Project Coordinator at the Licking County Library. The libraries project, "In the Company of Heroes, Licking County Veterans" is an online memorial about the counties veterans. Doug has written a column in the Newark Advocate on veterans and has worked on three documentary films.



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Book details

Genre:HISTORY

Subgenre:Military / United States

Language:English

Pages:174

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098339166


Overview


A compilation of select Licking County veteran stories as told from personal accounts, interviews, letters and reflections from family, friends and community members. The veterans highlighted are just a snapshot of information contained in Licking County Library’s In The Company of Heroes veterans project. 


Read more

Description



A compilation of 51 stories with images of Licking County veterans. These stories were originally written for a weekly Newark Advocate column before being reworked for this book. Each veteran story is personal and not meant to give historic details on a particular war or conflict. They are meant to give reflection on the selected veteran and his or her experiences. Men, women, white, black, immigrants, children of immigrants—they all lived here and helped shape Licking County. There is a saying that people die twice. The first time when their earthly body dies and the second when there is no one left to remember their name. May we never let any of our veterans of Licking County be forgotten and die the second death.

 



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About the author


Doug Stout is the Veterans Project Coordinator at the Licking County Library. The libraries project, "In the Company of Heroes, Licking County Veterans" is an online memorial about the counties veterans. Doug has written a column in the Newark Advocate on veterans and has worked on three documentary films.



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