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21 Secrets of Simple Marketing Success By David Newman
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21 Secrets of Simple Marketing Success... filled with small business growth strategies you probably aren't using - but should be! Plus bonus material on "27 Ways NOT to Get Burned Building Your... More > Business Around Your Book."< Less
21 Secrets of Simple Marketing Success By David Newman
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21 Secrets of Simple Marketing Success... filled with small business growth strategies you probably aren't using - but should be! Plus bonus material on "27 Ways NOT to Get Burned Building Your... More > Business Around Your Book."< Less
The Entrepreneurial Contract Book By David Newman
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The business owner often needs a template that can be modified to be used specifically in their business. The Entreprenural Contract Book offers sample contract for almost every situation in... More > business. Templar LLC is not a law firm, and strongly advises the reader to have an attorney review your contract prior to signing< Less
David Freed Retrospective 2013 By Joshua Newman
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A retrospective of David Freed's self-portraits, covering over half a century's work.
The Urge to Disperse By Sheila Newman
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A biology of land-use planning systems, a political economy of genetic diversity, and a tool for steady state economies, here is a key theory to the mystery of unwanted population growth and... More > unbalanced ecological communities. With a new cross-disciplinary, cross-species theory of population, this book leaps beyond the old demographic transition and predator-prey models. Environmental sociologist, Sheila Newman links a default pattern controlling the population numbers and distribution of human and other species to human land-use planning and political systems. Favorably peer-reviewed by food and population scientist, Prof David Pimentel, and environmental law writer Dr Joseph Wayne-Smith. Incest avoidance and the little-known Westermarck Effect in population algorithms.< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family, Volume Ⅲ: Correspondence and Records, 1911-1937 By Katherine K. Newman, James B. Newman
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Letters and documents related to Roda Selleck Pollock (1877–1970) of Ann Arbor, Michigan, James Barkley Pollock (her husband), Florence (her stepdaughter) and Cathelia and Nina (her daughters).... More > Includes letters from and about Roda E. Selleck, Indianapolis; Clara Selleck Colquitt; Anne Finlayson Bennett and Junia Bennett, Farmington, Arkansas; David Murdock Finlayson, Seattle; Alexandria “Lexy” Finlayson McKay, Rush City, Minnesota, and her daughter Cassie McKay Sawyer; Edna Claxton (granddaughter of Jane Allen Roberts), Stratford, Ontario; Pollock families of Orangeville, Illinois; Glenn Knowlton Madison (1854–1935); Ellen Mason of Santa Barbara; Grace Sheldon Vogt; Lois Graves Hopkins; Harley Harris Bartlett.< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family, Volume Ⅱ: Correspondence and Records, 1808-1910 By Katherine K. Newman, James B. Newman
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Letters and documents related to Roda Selleck Pollock (1877–1970), her husband, James Barkley Pollock (1863–1934), Ann Arbor, Michigan; their families, including John and Margaret Allen,... More > Ann Arbor; Cathelia Selleck, Ann Arbor; Anne Finlayson Bennett and Junia Bennett, Farmington, Arkansas; John Isaac Finlayson, Minnesota; David Murdock Finlayson, Minnesota and Seattle; Alexandria Finlayson McKay, Rush City, Minnesota; Jane Allen Roberts’ descendants, Stratford, Ontario; Pollocks, Orangeville, Illinois; Glen Knowlton Madison (1854–1935); William Henry Allen, Iowa (born 1819) and daughter Ellen Mason, Santa Barbara, California; Clara Selleck Colquitt; Dr. Conrad George family (friends of the Allens, Ann Arbor).< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family, Volume III: Correspondence and Records, 1911-1937 By Katherine K. Newman, James B. Newman
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Letters and documents related to Roda Selleck Pollock (1877-1970) of Ann Arbor, Michigan, James Barkley Pollock (her husband), Florence (her stepdaughter) and Cathelia and Nina (her daughters).... More > Includes letters from and about Roda E. Selleck, Indianapolis; Clara Selleck Colquitt; Anne Finlayson Bennett and Junia Bennett, Farmington, Arkansas; David Murdock Finlayson, Seattle; Alexandria "Lexy" Finlayson McKay, Rush City, Minnesota, and her daughter Cassie McKay Sawyer; Edna Claxton (granddaughter of Jane Allen Roberts), Stratford, Ontario; Pollock families of Orangeville, Illinois; Glenn Knowlton Madison (1854-1935); Ellen Mason of Santa Barbara; Grace Sheldon Vogt; Lois Graves Hopkins; Harley Harris Bartlett.< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family, Volume II: Correspondence and Records, 1808-1910 By Katherine K. Newman, James B. Newman
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Letters and documents related to Roda Selleck Pollock (1877-1970), her husband, James Barkley Pollock (1863-1934), Ann Arbor, Michigan; their families, including John and Margaret Allen, Ann Arbor;... More > Cathelia Selleck, Ann Arbor; Anne Finlayson Bennett and Junia Bennett, Farmington, Arkansas; John Isaac Finlayson, Minnesota; David Murdock Finlayson, Minnesota and Seattle; Alexandria Finlayson McKay, Rush City, Minnesota; Jane Allen Roberts' descendants, Stratford, Ontario; Pollocks, Orangeville, Illinois; Glen Knowlton Madison (1854-1935); William Henry Allen, Iowa (born 1819) and daughter Ellen Mason, Santa Barbara, California; Clara Selleck Colquitt; Dr. Conrad George family (friends of the Allens, Ann Arbor).< Less
Journal of the New Comprehensive College. V1#1,Spring 2009 By Anita Voogt et al.
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The Journal of the New Comprehensive College includes articles, research findings and best practices to promote better access to the baccalaureate degree on community college campuses. It serves as a... More > resource for information about various models for accomplishing this purpose including University Centers, Distance Learning, 2 + 2 Agreements, improved articulation agreements and the conferring of four-year degrees by community colleges who have evolved into truly comprehensive colleges.< Less