Travel Journal Cavan - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Cavan, Ireland. Includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and... More > remember every aspect of your trip.< Less
It’s all here . . . the raw emotion of Everywoman’s life in the poignant portrait of a mother who turned fearful times, betrayal and loss into hope, healing and survival.... More > Darrelle Cavan’s sharp insights and gritty observations bring us face to face with our own realities. A great gift for our best friends, our daughters, our loves.
This book represents work done to fulfill the thesis requirements for a Master of Architecture degree from the Newschool of Architecture & Design in San Diego, CA.
The efforts contained herein... More > represent a potential alternative way to raise cattle beef for human consumption and reflect the growing concern for the wellbeing of the planet earth, which is stricken by booming urban populations, climate change, and the finite amount of resources available to human beings on this planet. This book is not intended as a solution, but rather, an alternative way to philosphically approach our growing cities. This approach includes local food production, urban infill and adaptive re-use, and urban indoor agriculture.< Less
A classic from the 1940s, "You Can Live Forever!" shows the value and import of every human life. Told from a Roman Christian perspective - but highly significant to everyone - the author... More > takes us on a tour of IMMORTALITY! Filled with insight, this book dramatically shows how our words and deeds live on through eternity after we pass away. How does that happen? You will find the answers revealed in the pages of this profound book. Long out of print, unjustly forgotten, MOJO BROS. CLASSICS revives it for all to see and learn from! PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED!< Less
In From County Cavan to Canada: The Simons - Simonds - Symonds Family, author Peggy Elizabeth Chatham compiles the stories of the first three generations of an Irish farmer family that established... More > their new lives starting in the 1860's. Four Simons brothers and their Burke and Armstrong sisters settled in Megantic County in Quebec and Stormont County in Ontario. Their children married into families including Amadon, Bennett, Jamieson, Lunnie, Mathers, McVety, Ouderkirk, Perrigard, Savage, Stewart, Walker, and Wright. Their families have spread throughout the Canada provinces, New England States, and the U.S.A. Author P.E. Chatham was born in Toronto, raised in New Jersey, and attended college in Pennsylvania. Her description of the counties and the families will interest anyone with roots in historic Megantic and Stormont Counties.< Less