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Male Order: Four Hundred Years of the Masculine Image By Jan Kather
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Essay written for the exhibition "Male Order" at the Arnot Art Museum.
Male Order: Four Hundred Years of the Masculine Image By Jan Kather
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Essay written for the exhibition "Male Order" at the Arnot Art Museum.
The Last Day of a Hundred Years By Deborah Rose
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The writer recreates four days in March 1952 when a tragic accident took her young mother's life and revealed the secret she had kept from her family.
The Last Day of a Hundred Years By Deborah Rose
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The writer recreates four days in March 1952 when a tragic accident took her young mother's life and revealed the secret she had kept from her family.
How To Live a Hundred years By John Styche
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INTRODUCTION FOR the last four hundred years or more the name of Luigi Cornaro has been widely known in all works published on the various aspects of health and longevity. He was, as most people... More > probably know, an Italian nobleman who was born in the year 1467 and died in his ninety-ninth year in 1565. The story of his life appears to be a very simple one. Until he was between thirty-four and forty years of age he lived as became the members of his class at that time, eating and drinking liberally. Being born with a frail constitution, he found himself very much the victim of his own habits, broken in health and spirits and with little prospect of continuing his existence. His physicians, clearly wise men in their generation, told him that there was only one course open to him if he wished to overcome his afflictions:< Less
The Four By Cate Hershfeld
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Eliza Bricker, one of the exact hundred sixteen year olds living in Tove, has practiced magic all her life. She's been preparing for the one event that will determine her entire future. The Choosing-... More > a battle of magic, with only four winners. The Four. Only those four get to keep their magic once the battle is over, and the rest are left with only nightmares, and occasionally insanity. Will Eliza come out victorious, or will she plummet into a never-ending spiral of loss and sorrow, that is losing the Choosing? And even if she wins, will she even be able to grasp onto any sanity? Friendships will be broken; loyalties tested; hatreds deepened. For this is a contest, and in a contest, there are only winners and losers< Less
Notes And Documents of Free Persons of Color Four Hundred Years of An American Family's History Revised Edition By Anita Wills
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Revised Edition of Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color, by Author Anita L. Wills. The expands and continues Chronicles from The first Edition. It is historically accurate includes newly... More > uncovered information on Mary and Patty Bowden, Charles and Ambrose Lewis, and the Lancaster and Northumberland County VA Pinn Lines, Sarah Evans-Pinn, and their allied lines. This edition also includes information on DNA Testing, Genealogy, and a how to for beginning researchers.< Less
Notes And Documents of Free Persons of Color: Four Hundred Years of An American Family's History By Anita Wills
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Notes and documents is 294 pages, with Table of contents, Appendix, Bibliography, Endnotes, and Index. The book chronicles are of an African American Family who were designated as Free Persons of... More > Color, in Colonial Virginia. They were Virginia's own Creole Population.< Less
Notes And Documents of Free Persons of Color: Four Hundred Years of An American Family's History By Anita Wills
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Notes and documents is 294 pages, with Table of contents, Appendix, Bibliography, Endnotes, and Index. The book chronicles are of an African American Family who were designated as Free Persons of... More > Color, in Colonial Virginia. They were Virginia's own Creole Population.< Less
Horatio Alger - Four Novels By Joachim K. Stiller
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Enjoy these 4 books under one cover for the price of 1. This volume contains four easy-to-read ePub versions of four novels and stories under one cover. This collection is addressed to the youth and... More > to adults as well. The stories give the reader as valuable life models today as they did when they were brought to paper first. Horatio Alger, Jr. (1832 – 1899) was one of the most popular American authors in the last 30 years of the 19th century and perhaps the most socially influential American writer of his generation. He is best known for his many juvenile "rags-to-riches" narratives about the rise of boys from humble backgrounds to lives of middle-class security through hard work, determination, courage, and honesty. Thus, his somewhat biographical writings had a formative effect on American youth during the Gilded Age. He produced books in large quantities, most of them during the period of 18 to 18. Our selection is taken from the later period of his activity.< Less