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The Vietnamese Father of Your Puerto Rican Illegitimate Child Wrote This Book By Britannia Wanstrath
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Contrary to popular belief, this is NOT a book about a turtle named Eugene.
Best of Britannia - Life in a Company Town By Britannia Mine Museum
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The Britannia Mine was said to be home to more than sixty thousand people from over fifty nationalities over the seventy years of its life, from 1904 to 1974. Home to two townsites and several mining... More > camps, this isolated community was at its peak, one of the largest copper mines in the world. Collected here are over 250 archival photos from the collections of the Britannia Mine Museum. They span the life of the Mine and illustrate the places, people and events that made this mining community great.< Less
cRule Britannia By michael salmond
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cRule Britannia is the catalog in support of the solo show at the Koscielak gallery in Chicago. The show was all new video and interactive works dealing with the subject matter of tourism and travel.
cRule Britannia By michael salmond
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cRule Britannia is the catalog in support of the solo show at the Koscielak gallery in Chicago. The show was all new video and interactive works dealing with the subject matter of tourism and travel.
New Britannia By Alan James
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In 1788 Britain founded a tiny new colony half a world away. For the next two centuries millions of young men and women from all over the British Isles – but mostly from England – settled... More > in Australia. They brought with them the best traditions of the “mother country”, believing that their manifest destiny was to create a new and better Britannia. Yet for the last forty years the cultural fire that these young pioneers carried with them from the British Isles hearth has been assailed from all sides. Whether Anglo-Australia eventually survives or succumbs, its fate may well be a microcosm of what awaits the rest of the British diaspora.< Less
Columbia & Britannia By Adam Chamberlain et al.
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14 September 1766. Prime Minister William Pitt proposes the Columbia Compromise, unifying the Kingdom of Great Britain and her colonies and establishing a framework for North American representation... More > in Parliament. The American War of Independence is over before it begins. This is the history of British North America. This anthology includes nine original stories from six authors. Each delves into events along the timeline between this point of divergence from established history up to the present day, from the uncertainty of early colonial conflicts to the devastation on the front line of the War of Wars, from the politics underpinning a British mission to land a man on the moon to rivalry on the cricket grounds of New England. Accompanied by extensive appendices including maps, biographies, letters and diaries, they collectively describe an alternate history of the sisterhood between a very British North America and Great Britain, the story of Columbia and Britannia.< Less
Columbia & Britannia By Adam Chamberlain et al.
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14 September 1766. Prime Minister William Pitt proposes the Columbia Compromise, unifying the Kingdom of Great Britain and her colonies and establishing a framework for North American representation... More > in Parliament. The American War of Independence is over before it begins. This is the history of British North America. This anthology includes nine original stories from six authors. Each delves into events along the timeline between this point of divergence from established history up to the present day, from the uncertainty of early colonial conflicts to the devastation on the front line of the War of Wars, from the politics underpinning a British mission to land a man on the moon to rivalry on the cricket grounds of New England. Accompanied by extensive appendices including maps, biographies, letters and diaries, they collectively describe an alternate history of the sisterhood between a very British North America and Great Britain, the story of Columbia and Britannia.< Less
Misrule Britannia By Derek Walker
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A journalist sent to cover the outbreak of civil war in a former colony, where the discovery of oil has led to a breakaway movement in one province, is quickly plunged into the conflicts and... More > corruption of a divided and underdeveloped country. While he reports on public events his personal life is transformed by his encounter with the young woman of mixed race who becomes his photographer. From her he learns how difficult it is to think and act rationally in a society where religion still has powerful influence. And when he gets close to the charismatic leader of the revolt he sees how personality can determine political decisions. The story may sound familiar, but the ex-colony is Britain and the journalist from the former imperial power is Japanese – in an ‘alternative history’ scenario where eastern Asia has been given the historical role of western Europe. Seeing a world stage on which the actors have changed costumes may give the reader a new perspective on real events in recent decades.< Less
Misrule Britannia By Derek Walker
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A journalist sent to cover the outbreak of civil war in a former colony, where the discovery of oil has led to a breakaway movement in one province, is quickly plunged into the conflicts and... More > corruption of a divided and underdeveloped country. While he reports on public events his personal life is transformed by his encounter with the young woman of mixed race who becomes his photographer. From her he learns how difficult it is to think and act rationally in a society where religion still has powerful influence. And when he gets close to the charismatic leader of the revolt he sees how personality can determine political decisions. The story may sound familiar, but the ex-colony is Britain and the journalist from the former imperial power is Japanese – in an ‘alternative history’ scenario where eastern Asia has been given the historical role of western Europe. Seeing a world stage on which the actors have changed costumes may give the reader a new perspective on real events in recent decades.< Less
Britannia of Fire By Malcolm Roberts
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A tale of pirate adventures and treasure in the Caribbean. Captain Salt gathers together a motley crew to seek treasure on a Caribbean island.