My Favorite Book Stores (wherever I might be)!
Sadly, in this online era, there are many more that I could have listed were they still to exist.
Among those that I mourn most deeply is the Thunderbird Bookstore in the Barnyard Shopping Village, Carmel Valley.
Scott’s published works and collaborations include:
Contributing author to Western Massachusetts in 1790 published by the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) in Fall 2012. Copies may be purchased via the NEHGS website at http://www.americanancestors.org/Product.aspx?id=27589
Billigmeier, Scott, and Ed Glabus, “Future War: ‘Information Operations Corps’ Comes of Age,” Army 47 (December 1997): 45-51.
Cited in National Defense University paper(s), Nov. 2000, “… perhaps the ultimate expression of this aspiration is a fictional essay by [authors].”
Lancaster Index, Military Policy Research (UK, online), June 2008.
Billigmeier, Scott D. and Glabus, Edmund M. From World War II to Desert Storm: Perspectives on Military Intelligence. Officer Review 36:2-5 June 1998.
Cited by Air University Library (USAF) bibliographer as a source for intelligence research, April 2001.
Hackworth, David, author of About Face and Newsweek magazine columnist on military matters (cited for collaborative assistance, 1992)
Sharp, Gary, Cyberspace and the Use of Force, 1999 (cited for collaborative assistance)
Whipple, Blaine, History & Genealogy of “Elder” John Whipple of Ipswich, Mass., Trafford, Publishing, 2003 (cited for collaborative assistance)
Wingfield, Thomas C., Esq., The Law of Information Conflict, National Security Law in Cyberspace, 2000 (cited for collaborative assistance)
Active contributor to Wikipedia with emphasis on the following topics:
New England figures (Puritan era thru 19th Century)
Military History and Figures
Early American Towns & Villages
English Towns & Villages
Preservation and Conservation