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Resurrecting the Ghosts By Peter Rammell
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The memoirs of Peter J Rammell, Part 1.
Resurrecting the Ghosts By Peter Rammell
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The memoirs of Peter J Rammell, Part 1.
The English Ancestors of Charles William Mann (1838-1901) By D. Craig Mann
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Charles William Mann (b.1838 - d.1901) was a Mormon Pioneer who immigrated from England and settled in Utah. This is a genealogy of his English ancestors from the Midlands of England; including the... More > following surnames: Mann, Elkington, Brown, Eburne, Sutton, Burbridge, Mason and Dilworth.< Less
The English Ancestors of Charles William Mann (1838-1901) By D. Craig Mann
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Charles William Mann (b.1838 - d.1901) was a Mormon Pioneer who immigrated from England and settled in Utah. This is a genealogy of his English ancestors from the Midlands of England; including the... More > following surnames: Mann, Elkington, Brown, Eburne, Sutton, Burbridge, Mason and Dilworth.< Less
The Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand By Geoff Clark
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This book deals with the collecting of chinaware and silverware used by the USSCo of New Zealand from 1875 - 1975. 188 pages with over 700 images plus nearly 400 close ups. Dating of these chattels... More > can be undertaken by referring to the detailed images and descriptions. Check out the Preview to see 10 selected pages.< Less
Applying Triple-Bottom-Line Concepts to Future Space Station Design By Gary Booker
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The first space stations began to appear in orbit in the 1970's after the successful moon landings during the Apollo program. The Soviet Union launched multiple space stations, in which the United... More > States responded with the Skylab program. The development of Space Station Mir by the Soviet Union created a second space race to build space stations, which quickly became a very expensive endeavor. The Triple Bottom Line concept, developed by John Elkington in the late 1980's, is a model for corporate sustainability. In this book, Gary C. Booker discusses how Elkington's Triple Bottom Line can be applied to the development of space stations.< Less

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