New Non-fiction:  “The Democracy Project” by David Graeber;  “Mayday: the Decline of American Naval Supremacy” by Seth Cropsey;  “Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield” by Jeremy Scahill;  “Emus Loose in Egnar: Big Stories from Small Towns” by Judy Muller;  “Embracing Fry Bread” and “A Treasury of Nebraska Pioneer Folklore” compiled by Roger L. Welsch;  “Nebraska Folklore” by Louise Pound;  and two books by Paul A. Johnsguard – “The Niobrara: a River Running Through Time”;  “The Platte: Channels in Time”.

Health & Entertaining – “The South Beach Diet Gluten Solution” by Arthur Agatston;  “The Omni Diet: the Revolutionary 70% plant + 30% Protein Program to Lose Weight, Reverse Disease, Fight Inflammation, and Change Your Life Forever” by Tana Amen;  “Jumpstart To Skinny” by Bob Harper;  “It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great” by Gwyneth Paltrow;  “You’re So Invited” by Cheryl Najafi;  travel books to New York City and Jerusalem, Israel, Petra and Sinai; and “Trident K9 Warriors” by Mike Ritland.

History:  “The Protestant Clergy in the Great Plains and the Mountain West, 1865-1915”;  “Buffalo Nation”;  “Rock Art Savvy”;  “The Great Plains Guide to Custer: 85 Forts, Fights and Other Sites”;  “Blazing a Wagon Trail to Oregon”;  “The Lewis and Clark Trail, Yesterday and Today”;  “The Pony Express Trail, Yesterday and Today”;  “The Oregon Trail, Yesterday and Today”; “Wyoming Place Names”;  Lakota Noon: the Indian Narrative of Custer’s Defeat”;  The Plains Across: the Overland Emigrants and the Trans-Mississippi West”;  Lewis and Clark Among the Indians”, “The Lewis and Clark Journals” and several other Lewis and Clark history books;  “Eyewitness at Wounded Knee”;  “Standing Firmly by the Flag: Nebraska Territory and the Civil War”;  “Women in the Civil War”;  “Dakota: the Story of the Northern Plains” and “The Dull Knifes of Pine Ridge: a Lakota Odyssey”.

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