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History Among Us now in second printing

"History Among Us," published by Ralph Waggener's South Central Printing of Columbia, KY is now in its second printing.

The book, written by Lanny Tucker of Greensburg, tells the history of Green County. The first printing sold out in less than four months.

"History Among Us" is available in Greensburg at the Glover's Station Antique Mall, Old Courthouse, Fortche Drive-In Bank, and the Plaid Peacock. Lanny Tucker is the brother of Jelaine Phillips, at the Adair County Health Department.

Book Review by Ronald Curry

This story was posted on 2008-02-15 02:26:45
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Deja vu all over again in four months:
Second printing History Among Us

2008-02-15 - Wain Street, Columbia, KY - Photo By Lee Grider, SCP.
HISTORY MADE WHEN HISTORY PRINTED AT WAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, KY, PLANT: Author Lanny Tucker and Ralph Waggener, president of South Central Printing, hold historic copy of First Edition, First Printing, and first bound copy of Tucker's new history of Green County, "History Among Us." This photo was made in September 2007. Now, four months later, the frist printing is sold out, but the book's second printing is on area booksellers shelves.

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