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Kinnick Early US Family History By Dr. Bill Smith
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This book is the first comprehensive print version of this early US (Kinnick) family history incorporating the considerable additional research undertaken over the last 15 to 25 years or so beyond... More > the 1953 Kinnick book. Portions of this research have been published online and in articles in the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin. The book includes the first three generations of both the John and Mary Kinnick move to Ohio, Illinois and Iowa and the John and Ann Kinnick move to North Carolina, Tennessee and Indiana. Subsequent books will expand on these families and affiliated families.< Less
Kinnick Early US Family History By Dr. Bill Smith
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This book is the first comprehensive print version of this early US (Kinnick) family history incorporating the considerable additional research undertaken over the last 15 to 25 years or so beyond... More > the 1953 Kinnick book. Portions of this research have been published online and in articles in the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin. The book includes the first three generations of both the John and Mary Kinnick move to Ohio, Illinois and Iowa and the John and Ann Kinnick move to North Carolina, Tennessee and Indiana. Subsequent books will expand on these families and affiliated families.< Less
History of Early Maryland By Theodore C. Gambrall, A.M., D.D.
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This is Rev. Theodore C. Gambrall's History of Early Maryland. It is appropriate for those desiring to gain a basic understanding of the early workings of Colonial Maryland's government and society.
History of Early Maryland By Theodore C. Gambrall, A.M., D.D.
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This is Rev. Theodore C. Gambrall's History of Early Maryland. It is appropriate for those desiring to gain a basic understanding of the early workings of Colonial Maryland's government and society.
History For Early Learners By donnette davis
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Imagine waking up one morning to find out that you have no memory! You are not able to remember who you are or what happened in your life, yesterday or the day before that. You are unable to tell... More > your children from total strangers, you cannot communicate with people because you no longer know how to greet them, or understand their conversation. You don't remember what "the election," "war," or "the movies" mean. Today educators are working to promote the study of history in the schools and at home. Knowledge of our history enables us to understand our nation's traditions, its conflicts, and its central ideas and values. Knowledge of world history enables us to understand other cultures. We hope to encourage children to love history and to enjoy learning about it. This book is a tool you can use to stimulate your children's active involvement in the history that surrounds them every day.< Less
US History: Primary Sources By Lyn Story et al.
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This early U.S. History book provides excerpts of public domain primary sources for use in addressing K-12 history standards. The e-book version of this text may also be downloaded freely here:... More > https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/0B4MRZPM74y16Z0JWR1lldXZOUDA< Less
Early Tasmania By James Backhouse Walker
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Early Tasmania by James Backhouse Walker, read before the Royal Society of Tasmania during the Years 1888 to 1899. The story of the first settlement of Tasmania, and of Lieutenant Bowen's little... More > colony at Risdon Cove, has never yet been told, so far as I can discover. West, Fenton, and other authors give meagre, inaccurate, and contradictory particulars. No writer records even the date of Bowen's landing. Mr. Bonwick's researches now, for the first time, enable us to give this missing first chapter of Tasmanian history. James Backhouse Walker (1841-1899), solicitor and historian, was born on 14 October 1841 in Hobart Town, son of George Washington Walker, shopkeeper, and his wife Sarah Benson, daughter of Robert Mather. Educated at the High School, Government Domain, Hobart, and at the Friends School, York, England, he was first employed as junior clerk in the office of T. D. Chapman and later in his father's Hobart Savings Bank.< Less
Language and Globalization: The History of Us All By Mark David Ledbetter
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Language and Globalization: The History of Us All is a short book combining my two interests, Linguistics and History. Linguistics contains some intriguing hints about the entirety of the human... More > journey, hints which have been confirmed in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century by genetics. How do History, Linguistics, and Genetics connect? What do they tell us about the fifty-thousand year human journey condensed into the contentious word globalization? This short book hopes to open the door to the answer, and hopes also to inspire some awe at both the grand cycles of human development and reconnection, and the way spontaneous order works to uplift us in spite of ourselves. Mark David Ledbetter is a visiting professor of linguistics at Hosei University in Tokyo; he has spent over thirty-five years teaching in Japan. He has published a number of books in both English and Japanese, including three volumes of America’s Forgotten History. He is presently working on the fourth volume of that series.< Less
Maryland Toleration or Sketches of the Early History of Maryland to the Year 1650 By Ethan Allen
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Sketches about the early history of Maryland and the conflict over the Roman Catholocism of the Calvert family and the colony in general. Much on the conflict with William Claiborne and the dispute... More > with Virginia over Kent Island.< Less
NEBRASKA'S EARLY GEODETIC SURVEYS By JERRY PENRY
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Describes the early geodetic surveying in Nebraska beginning with the Missouri River Commission surveys of the 1880's and followed by the surveys of the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Coast... More > & Geodetic Surveys of the 1890's. Also describes the State Surveys of the Great Depression and the Magnetic Surveys. Details the early triangulation and leveling procedures as well as topographic mapping. Many historical maps, photos, and illustrations. Ideal for the surveyor retracing geodetic bench marks or other monuments. Of interest to the geocacher looking for older survey markers.< Less

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