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Descendants of George W. Taylor 1834-2014 By Diane Henriks
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The brief family history of George W.Taylor of the counties of Henry County, Iowa and Gentry County, Missouri, including all of his descendants, family bible pages, and family pictures
Backslidden By Charles George Taylor
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If you haven’t already visited this blog, please do so at once. That’s an order. Charles George Taylor is a gay man who lives in New York City and writes, not so much a chronicle, but... More > vignettes that somehow give one a clearer view into his life. His posts cover serious issues such as his lover dying of AIDS and his being diagnosed with a mental illness. While serious, with quotes like: “It has been five years since I last popped a Zyprexa or a nurse” you can see how his humor has sustained him through such life events. His writing is excellent, filled with poignant and prosaic turns of phrase such as this one about a Halloween visit to a gay bath house in Harlem: The area above is filled with lots of cobwebs which obviously do not capture insects, but rather the moans of men. If you’re looking for a good read, but don’t have time for Tolstoy, I wholeheartedly suggest that you bookmark Charles George Taylor’s blog and visit it regularly.-- The Blogger "Homersexual"< Less
Backslidden By Charles George Taylor
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If you haven’t already visited this blog, please do so at once. That’s an order. Charles George Taylor is a gay man who lives in New York City and writes, not so much a chronicle, but... More > vignettes that somehow give one a clearer view into his life. His posts cover serious issues such as his lover dying of AIDS and his being diagnosed with a mental illness. While serious, with quotes like: “It has been five years since I last popped a Zyprexa or a nurse” you can see how his humor has sustained him through such life events. His writing is excellent, filled with poignant and prosaic turns of phrase such as this one about a Halloween visit to a gay bath house in Harlem: The area above is filled with lots of cobwebs which obviously do not capture insects, but rather the moans of men. If you’re looking for a good read, but don’t have time for Tolstoy, I wholeheartedly suggest that you bookmark Charles George Taylor’s blog and visit it regularly. homersexual< Less
A Hat for George By Randy Covert
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When George Giraffe sees human kids wearing hats at the zoo, he decides that he wants one, too. But will a hat fit a giraffe? Does George really need a hat? [Book 3 of The Tales of George Giraffe |... More > Children's Picture Book]< Less
A Bed for George By Randy Covert
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George Giraffe has a problem. He is just too tall to sleep like other animals. All he wants is a comfortable place to rest at night. Can George find a bed that fits him? [Book 1 of The Tales of... More > George Giraffe | Children's Picture Book (rated G for ages 2-7) | Includes 16 illustrations | Released in 2016 in print and ebook on the Kittycat Books label of Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.]< Less
Present at a Revolution: A Personal Account of 1930s China By George E. Taylor
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The personal anecdotes in Taylor's memoir, Present at a Revolution, convey the flavor of life in 1930s China with details not described in his academic writings. Taylor tells of smuggling medicines... More > to the Chinese, with his life in danger if he was caught and hiding the manuscript of his book in his baby son's bassinet to get past a Japanese checkpoint. Taylor's memoir is an engaging account for everyone interested in 1930s North China.< Less
GEORGE MULLER OF BRISTOL By Arthur T. Pierson & Rev Terry Kulakowski
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This volume has, like the life it sketches, but one aim. It is simply and solely meant to extend, emphasize, and perpetuate George Mueller's witness to a prayer-hearing God; to present, as plainly,... More > forcibly, and briefly as is practicable, the outlines of a human history, and an experience of the Lord's leadings and dealings, which furnish a sufficient answer to the question: WHERE IS THE LORD GOD OF ELIJAH?< Less
Lloyd George’s Tada By Peter Rowland
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Peter Rowland, a one-time local government officer, is a well-known historian and biographer and occasional writer of fiction. More information will be found on www.peter.rowland.org.uk . Some... More > reactions to Lloyd George (1975) “Competent and complete.” - The Times “The best biography we have.” - The Economist “Has far surpassed earlier biographers…. comprehensive, scholarly and readable.”- Irish Independent “An outsize account of an outsize figure.” - The New Yorker “A narrative style that scarcely ever limps. There is great energy and purpose with Mr Rowland as our guide.” - The Political Quarterly “Not a word of it is dull.” - Oxford Mail “A great improvement on its predecessors.... A substantial work of political biography.” - A.J.P. Taylor, The Observer “Well written and workmanlike - the result of massive research.” - Lord Boothby, Books and Bookmen “It will be a long while before it is replaced.” - Robert Blake, The Sunday Times< Less
The Descendants of George Bigbie - Volume Two By Scott Bigbie
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Standard format genealogy tracing the families of Lydia Calvert who married Archibald Bigbie in the late 1760s, Frances Sharp who married William Bigbie in 1822, Mary Trovillo who married Augustine... More > Bigbie in 1854, Maria Woodson Taylor who married William Bright Bigbie in 1916, and Robert T. Lemmon who married Mary Withers Bigbie in 1918.< Less
George and Joe and Jack and Bob (and Me) By Andrew Rilstone
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For more than 30 years, fans have been waiting for the definitive guide to the monsters, vehicles and aliens in the Star Wars universe. Some of them may find that this collection of essays by Andrew... More > Rilstone passes the time while they carry on waiting. Starting with the opening night of Phantom Menace, Andrew explains why the prequels aren't quite as bad as everyone say; wonders if sometimes a lightsaber is just a lightsaber; and tries to show why the Saga has become so important to so many people. A very personal journey to the heart of the Star Wars saga, in the company of such luminaries as Joseph Campbell, Jack Kirby...and Bob Dylan? Includes parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of the seminal "Little Orphan Anakin", though not necessarily in that order. ...the most intelligent and insightful articles ever on the Star Wars hexology....” Mike Taylor ...one of the best things I’ve read on the whole Star Wars phenomenon in the last 27 years... “Speedysnail”< Less

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