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A Staffordshire Boy: Tales of Fishing and Other Fun By George Mason
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This book wasa inspired by the author's childhood. It contains funny, often hilarious, tales about growing up in the English countryside before computers and x boxes came on the scene.
George Mason Reader on Cyber Ops By Paul Strassmann
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Reflections on Consciousness, Meaning and Life-purpose By George Mason Students
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For the fall semester 2009, twenty-six undergraduate students at George Mason University explored ancient traditions and modern scientific insights about human consciousness. Starting with the... More > premise that consciousness relates to “what we know and how we know it,” the course reviewed principles from neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and religious studies. This book is a collection of student insights and experiences around the themes of consciousness, meaning and life-purpose. Readers will be inspired to see the depth of personal reflection and the quality of insight that comes from these young adults. The course was one offering from George Mason University's Center for Consciousness and Transformation. The Center's mission is to understand the nature and effects of individual and group consciousness and its role in transformative learning and social change.< Less
Reflections on Consciousness, Meaning and Life-purpose By George Mason Students
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For the fall semester 2009, twenty-six undergraduate students at George Mason University explored ancient traditions and modern scientific insights about human consciousness. Starting with the... More > premise that consciousness relates to “what we know and how we know it,” the course reviewed principles from neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and religious studies. This book is a collection of student insights and experiences around the themes of consciousness, meaning and life-purpose. Readers will be inspired to see the depth of personal reflection and the quality of insight that comes from these young adults. The course was one offering from George Mason University's Center for Consciousness and Transformation. The Center's mission is to understand the nature and effects of individual and group consciousness and its role in transformative learning and social change.< Less
Fishing: Learn from the Tips & Laugh at the Tales By George F Mason
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George Mason has been passionate about angling all his life. A successful match angler, he won his local angling championship for 2 years in succession. In this book he passes on those tips he found... More > useful and backs them up with anecdotes from his fishing career. The book is written in a humorous style to make it an interesting and entertaining read.< Less
Fishing: Learn from the Tips & Laugh at the Tales By George F Mason
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George Mason has been passionate about angling all his life. A successful match angler, he won his local angling championship for 2 years in succession. In this book he passes on those tips he found... More > useful and backs them up with anecdotes from his fishing career. The book is written in a humorous style to make it an interesting and entertaining read.< Less
Bossyboots By George F Mason
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A story about one man's mid-life crisis. His wife left him because of his bossy ways. He blamed it on her hormones and told her to go to the doctor and get some patches, but that didn't go down well.... More > However, being a manager, Michael soon creates a plan to fix the problem. His quest to find a new partner, while enjoying all the fruits of being single, is set around a pottery factory where greed and industrial treachery looms.< Less
Uncle Walt (Walth Mason) By Walt Mason
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Uncle Walt [WALT MASON] written by Walt Mason. Published by George Matthew Adams in 1910. Registered in Canada in accordance with the copyright law. Entered at Stationers' Hall
The Constitutions of the Free-Masons By James Anderson, Benjamin Franklin
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This is a new edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was originally produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1734, and was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who... More > is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in London in 1723. This is the seminal work of American Masonry, edited and published by one of the founding fathers, and of great importance to the development of colonial society and the formation of the Republic. The work contains a 40-page history of Masonry: from Adam to the reign of King George I, including, among others, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Hiram Abif, Nebuchadnezzar, Augustus Caesar, Vitruvius, King Athelstan the Saxon, Inigo Jones, and James I of England. It is a celebration of the science of Geometry and the Royal Art of Architecture. The work also includes five songs, one of which—“A New Song”—appears in print for the first time and may have been composed by Franklin.< Less
The Constitutions of the Free-Masons By James Anderson, Benjamin Franklin
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This is a new edition of the the first Masonic book printed in America, which was originally produced in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1734, and was a reprint of a work by James Anderson (who... More > is identified as the author in an appendix) printed in London in 1723. This is the seminal work of American Masonry, edited and published by one of the founding fathers, and of great importance to the development of colonial society and the formation of the Republic. The work contains a 40-page history of Masonry: from Adam to the reign of King George I, including, among others, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Hiram Abif, Nebuchadnezzar, Augustus Caesar, Vitruvius, King Athelstan the Saxon, Inigo Jones, and James I of England. It is a celebration of the science of Geometry and the Royal Art of Architecture. The work also includes five songs, one of which—“A New Song”—appears in print for the first time and may have been composed by Franklin.< Less