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City Supplement 3: Anyoc (Deluxe Color Edition) By Justin Alexander
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Built of the seven fairy stones, the city of Anyoc stands proudly upon its hill and its white walls of essabas - the star stone - gleam in the bright light of the sun.But long ago, in days dimmed by... More > the thick mists of time, the site where Anyoc now stands was home to another great city: A black city which served dark and evil powers. It was said that the walls of that nameless city towered above its streets to a height of five hundred feet, and every inch of them was stained black with blood.City Supplement 3: Anyoc features a complete fantasy city, including a full description of the city’s history, an overview of the major characters and organizations, adventure seeds, and a complete gazetteer featuring more than 30 unique locations.Also included are full-color*, black-and-white, and poster-size (21” x 16”) maps of the city.Also available in black-and-white and e-book.< Less
City Supplement 3: Anyoc By Justin Alexander
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Built of the seven fairy stones, the city of Anyoc stands proudly upon its hill and its white walls of essabas - the star stone - gleam in the bright light of the sun. But long ago, in days dimmed by... More > the thick mists of time, the site where Anyoc now stands was home to a black city which served dark and evil powers. It was said that the walls of that nameless city towered above its streets to a height of five hundred feet, and every inch of them was stained black with blood.The book features a complete fantasy city, including a full description of the city’s history, an overview of the major characters and organizations, adventure seeds, and a complete gazetteer featuring more than 30 unique locations.Also included are full-color*, black-and-white, and poster-size (21” x 16”) maps of the city.* Full-color maps available only in the Deluxe Color Edition and e-book.< Less
A Tale of Two Cities By Charles Dickens
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Mr. Jarvis Lorry and Miss Lucie Manette travel to Saint Antoine, a suburb of Paris, and meet Monsieur Defarge and Madame Defarge. The Defarges operate a wine shop which they use to lead a clandestine... More > band of revolutionaries; they refer to each other by the codename "Jacques," which Charles Dickens drew from the Jacobins, an actual French revolutionary group. Monsieur Defarge was Dr. Manette's servant before his incarceration, and now takes care of him, so he takes them to see the doctor. Because of his long imprisonment, Dr. Manette entered a form of psychosis obsessed with making shoes, a trade he had learned while in prison. At first, he does not recognize his daughter; but he eventually compares her long golden hair with her mother's, a strand of which he found on his sleeve when he was incarcerated and kept, and notices their identical blue eye color. Five years later, two British spies, John Barsad and Roger Cly, are trying to frame French émigré Charles Darnay...< Less
Haiti Fare Well (color) By Kent Ravenscroft, MD
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During the time of Papa Doc Duvalier in the 60’s I worked as an anthropologist in Haiti. When the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti in January, 2010, my deep love for her people... More > moved me to volunteer. Back then, I lived with a voodoo priest and his family outside of Leogane, the epicenter of the quake, doing research on voodoo spirit possession. Now I was selected for a month’s tour of duty by International Medical Corps to form a mental health team serving five IMC mobile medical clinics in Petit-Goave. 70 to 80% of houses were damaged or destroyed killing large numbers of men, women and children. Surrounded by death and destruction, people constructed tent cities everywhere. Survivors from the Capitol poured steadily into the area. This is the story of my experience working as a psychiatrist with traumatized Haitians and training Haitian doctors in mental health work. It is also the story of my personal dreams and nightmares as I rediscover myself in the midst of this devastating tragedy.< Less
City Supplement 3: Anyoc (E-Book) By Justin Alexander
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Built of the seven fairy stones, the city of Anyoc stands proudly upon its hill and its white walls of essabas - the star stone - gleam in the bright light of the sun.But long ago, in days dimmed by... More > the thick mists of time, the site where Anyoc now stands was home to another great city: A black city which served dark and evil powers. It was said that the walls of that nameless city towered above its streets to a height of five hundred feet, and every inch of them was stained black with blood.City Supplement 3: Anyoc features a complete fantasy city, including a full description of the city’s history, an overview of the major characters and organizations, adventure seeds, and a complete gazetteer featuring more than 30 unique locations.Also included are full-color*, B&W, and poster-size (21” x 16”) maps of the city. Plus bonus maps of the Westgate military complex and the Street of Trade!Also available in print.< Less
The Anderson Surpriser: Written After He Was Seventy-Five Years of Age. By Robert Anderson
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The Rev. Robert Anderson, a colored man, over seventy-five years of age, is in the city, engaged in selling a book written by himself. The author styles this volume REV. ROBERT ANDERSON'S SURPRISER.... More > The first volume reached the fifth edition, and was printed in the establishment of J. W. Burke & Co., Macon, Ga. The present is a continuation of the first, but is complete in itself.< Less
The Anderson Surpriser: Written After He Was Seventy-Five Years of Age. By Robert Anderson
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The Rev. Robert Anderson, a colored man, over seventy-five years of age, is in the city, engaged in selling a book written by himself. The author styles this volume REV. ROBERT ANDERSON'S SURPRISER.... More > The first volume reached the fifth edition, and was printed in the establishment of J. W. Burke & Co., Macon, Ga. The present is a continuation of the first, but is complete in itself. The Rev. Robert Anderson is among the oldest colored men now living in Georgia. He became a citizen in 1838; and is well known all over the State and in other sections of the South. In his younger days, and while living here in Macon, he was employed by four different Banks, namely: The Columbus, State, Ocmulgee and the Hawkinsville, and always justified the confidence which the officers of these institutions placed in him. They occasionally tested his honesty, but always found him true to his trust. If you buy his book, you will read what he has to say about these and many other matters connected with himself.< Less
Eastern Iowa's Historic Barns and Other Farm Structures: Including the Amana Colonies - Color Version By Deb Schense
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Originally there were approximately 200,000 barns built in Iowa. Now it is estimated that only 60,000 barns remain, with another 1,000 or more barns disappearing from Iowa’s landscape annually.... More > This book preserves in print Eastern Iowa's historic barns built from 1839 to 1955 with over 175 photographs from the author's research, the first ever Amana Colonies barn tour, the Johnson County Historical Society barn tour, and the Iowa Barn Foundation's annual barn tour. Eight Iowa counties and 20 rural cities are covered. Former president Hoover was living as a youth five miles from one of the featured octagonal barns when it was built in 1883. This barn’s aesthetic beauty is so inspiring that people from other countries come to visit this barn each year to see the unusual bell shaped roof, a suspended staircase, a railway car, and laminated interior ribs. It may be the only barn built with a bell shaped roof and is thought to be the oldest surviving barn built of it’s kind in the U. S.< Less
Eastern Iowa's Historic Barns and Other Farm Structures: Including the Amana Colonies - Color Version By Deb Schense
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Originally there were approximately 200,000 barns built in Iowa. Now it is estimated that only 60,000 barns remain, with another 1,000 or more barns disappearing from Iowa’s landscape... More > annually. This book preserves in print Eastern Iowa's historic barns built from 1839 to 1955 with over 175 photographs from the author's research, the first ever Amana Colonies barn tour, the Johnson County Historical Society barn tour, and the Iowa Barn Foundation's annual barn tour. Eight Iowa counties and 20 rural cities are covered. Former president Hoover was living as a youth five miles from one of the featured octagonal barns when it was built in 1883. This barn’s aesthetic beauty is so inspiring that people from other countries come to visit this barn each year to see the unusual bell shaped roof, a suspended staircase, a railway car, and laminated interior ribs. It may be the only barn built with a bell shaped roof and is thought to be the oldest surviving barn built of it’s kind in the U. S.< Less
Sleeze Volume-2 'This is Sleeze!' By Dakota Jernigan
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The second volume of SLEEZE, issues five through eight, follow Sleeze as he sleeps in the dream world, and as he suffers in reality. In full color for the first time, with appearances from TN Scum,... More > and Megajoos.< Less