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A Chasseen Family Saga


David William Allman
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Before the Romans, the Greeks, the Celts:
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Acorns to Wheat:
  A Chasseen Family Saga

Stripped of all your intelligent gadgets and secure surroundings, would you be able to live in a society of 6000 years ago?

Author David Allman translates the technical jargon in scientific journals to create a believable portrayal of life 6000 years ago in what would become southern France. Acorns to Wheat (232 pp., $11.99), is filled with the suspense and drama of a family living in an ancient world.

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Acorns to Wheat is the story of fictional lives in the real world of 4000BC. These were the first farmers. Based on years of archaeological study, flesh has been restored to bones. Acorns to Wheat goes beyond the current digs to tell the story of lives lived at the dawn of cultures. Before the Romans, before the Greeks, before the Celts, there were the Chasseen. This is more than dry bones, broken pottery and fierce gods. Look BEYOND the research analysis and feel the people come alive. You are among the Chasseen.

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David Wm. Allman received his B.S. in Social Studies at Georgia Southern University in 1970. He lives in Peachtree City, Georgia with his wife and his father. He is a member of the Writers Circle of PTC.


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Allman's First Book For Immediate Release
Making Carolina:
  400 Years of History and Culture Through the Eyes of an Early Carolina Family.

The Mellichamp family will celebrate their 320th Year in America in 2017.

David Allman examined evidence from Oglethorpe's colonial diaries, Revolutionary War adventures, Darwin's notes and his own personal interviews of Mellichamps born in the 19th century. Making Carolina (196 pp., $15), is filled with exciting stories held by the family since before coming to America. Counterfeiters, Preachers, Scientists, Military Heroes, Heroines and Scoundrels - they had them all.

Making Carolina is written as an historical narrative and is very easy to read and enjoy. Several members of the Mellichamp family figure prominently in the making of South Carolina history. Charles Darwin referenced Dr. Joseph Mellichamp's botanical work. Thomas Mellichamp changed the life of Rev. John Wesley, the eminent Methodist minister. William Gilmore Simms wrote the novel "Mellichampe", based on the life of Revolutionary War hero St.Lo Mellichamp. All these are true stories from Medieval to Modern times.

David Wm. Allman received his B.S. in Social Studies at Georgia Southern University in 1970. He lives in Peachtree City, Georgia with his wife and his father. He is a member of the Writers Circle of PTC.

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