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Summer of '66 - Williams, Shelton L. / Lavergne, Gary M.
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In the August 2006 Texas Monthly article on Charles Whitman ("96 Minutes," by Pamela Colloff), Shelton Williams is a character in the recounting of the Whitman tragedy. Shelly was there when the shooting started, but it was not his first encounter with the young man who weaken so much havoc on that hot August day in Austin in 1966. While Shelly and Charlie did know each other, they were not friends and they were not adversaries at the University of Texas in the spring and summer of 1966. They were just two guys with troubled families, personal insecurities, and challenged young marriages. Summer of '66 is not about Charles Whitman and it is not about why the two young men took such different paths. It is memoir about life at UT, about a mystery man, and about a young man and woman who faced a changing and dangerous world in a courageous way. Charles Whitman is simply a character in this true story. Shelton and Janell Williams survived August 1, 1966, and the summer of '66. Shelly got a PhD in International Studies, taught at Austin College for thirty-six years and through the organization he founded and of which he is president, The Osgood Center for International Studies, continues to run the Washington Program for Austin College students and students from around the world. Janell graduated from Austin College and worked twenty-five distinguished years for the Social Security Administration. They now live in the Washington, DC area. Each thanks the other for forty-two years of eventful married life, and both look forward to the next "five year review" of their marriage. It comes up in 2009. Summer of '66 Williams, Shelton L. / Lavergne, Gary M. The author recounts the pivotal summer of 1966 when one of his fellow classmates at the University of Texas, Charles Whitman, shot and killed 13 people from the universitys clock tower.

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In the August 2006 Texas Monthly article on Charles Whitman ("96 Minutes," by Pamela Colloff), Shelton Williams is a character in the recounting of the Whitman tragedy. Shelly was there when the shooting started, but it was not his first encounter with the young man who weaken so much havoc on that hot August day in Austin in 1966. While Shelly and Charlie did know each other, they were not friends and they were not adversaries at the University of Texas in the spring and summer of 1966. They were just two guys with troubled families, personal insecurities, and challenged young marriages. Summer of '66 is not about Charles Whitman and it is not about why the two young men took such different paths. It is memoir about life at UT, about a mystery man, and about a young man and woman who faced a changing and dangerous world in a courageous way. Charles Whitman is simply a character in this true story. Shelton and Janell Williams survived August 1, 1966, and the summer of '66. Shelly got a PhD in International Studies, taught at Austin College for thirty-six years and through the organization he founded and of which he is president, The Osgood Center for International Studies, continues to run the Washington Program for Austin College students and students from around the world. Janell graduated from Austin College and worked twenty-five distinguished years for the Social Security Administration. They now live in the Washington, DC area. Each thanks the other for forty-two years of eventful married life, and both look forward to the next "five year review" of their marriage. It comes up in 2009. Summer of '66 Williams, Shelton L. / Lavergne, Gary M., Zone Press

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In the August 2006 Texas Monthly article on Charles Whitman ("96 Minutes," by Pamela Colloff), Shelton Williams is a character in the recounting of the Whitman tragedy. Shelly was there when the shooting started, but it was not his first encounter with the young man who weaken so much havoc on that hot August day in Austin in 1966. While Shelly and Charlie did know each other, they were not friends and they were not adversaries at the University of Texas in the spring and summer of 1966. They were just two guys with troubled families, personal insecurities, and challenged young marriages. Summer of '66 is not about Charles Whitman and it is not about why the two young men took such different paths. It is memoir about life at UT, about a mystery man, and about a young man and woman who faced a changing and dangerous world in a courageous way. Charles Whitman is simply a character in this true story. Shelton and Janell Williams survived August 1, 1966, and the summer of '66. Shelly got a PhD in International Studies, taught at Austin College for thirty-six years and through the organization he founded and of which he is president, The Osgood Center for International Studies, continues to run the Washington Program for Austin College students and students from around the world. Janell graduated from Austin College and worked twenty-five distinguished years for the Social Security Administration. They now live in the Washington, DC area. Each thanks the other for forty-two years biographies,family and childhood,historical,memoirs,murder and mayhem,serial killers,true accounts Serial Killers, Rogers Publishing and Consulting, Inc

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ALLIANCE BOOK CO, 183 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=10mm, Gew.=245gr, [GR: 25580 - TB/Zeitgeschichte/Politik (ab 1949)], [SW: - True Crime / Espionage], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: The author recounts the pivotal summer of 1966 when one of his fellow classmates at the University of Texas, Charles Whitman, shot and killed 13 people from the universitys clock tower. [Ausgabe: 0002] The author recounts the pivotal summer of 1966 when one of his fellow classmates at the University of Texas, Charles Whitman, shot and killed 13 people from the universitys clock tower.

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Shelton L. Williams, Gary M. Lavergne (Afterword),Paperback, Edition: 2, English-language edition,Pub by Rogers Publishing and Consulting, Inc Books Books ~~ Biography & Autobiography~~ Personal Memoirs Summer-of-66~~Shelton-Williams Rogers Publishing and Consulting, Inc The author recounts the pivotal summer of 1966 when one of his fellow classmates at the University of Texas, Charles Whitman, shot and killed 13 people from the universitys clock tower.

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Summer of '66
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Williams, Shelton L.

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Summer of '66

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0977755878

The author recounts the pivotal summer of 1966 when one of his fellow classmates at the University of Texas, Charles Whitman, shot and killed 13 people from the universitys clock tower.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780977755875
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0977755878
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: ALLIANCE BOOK CO
183 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,245 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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