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Henry the Second By Mrs. J. R. Green
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This publication chronicles the life and reign of Henry Plantagenet of England, also known as King Henry II. The author details the Angevin Empire, the Government of England, the Constitutions of... More > Clarendon, the Strife with the Church, the Conquest of Ireland, the Revolt of the Baronage, the Court of Henry, and Henry's Death.< Less
Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green By Anita Wills
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The Revised Edition of Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green contains 184 pages. A new Chapter, Along the Great Minqua Path has been added. Black Minqua was a name coined by Europeans on... More > Contact with First with Natives in The Great Valley. The Natives traversed the Great Minqua Path from Philadelphia into the Interior of what is now Lancaster County. The book details the Green and Davis Lines who owned businesses and settled throughout what is now the Delaware Valley. The records on these lines goes back to the mid 1600's and covers succeeding Generations. Henry Green is still the catalyst for the book, as the first to, Step Out into History during the Christiana Resistance. This is a must read for Historians and Students everywhere!< Less
Henry the Pickle By Herbert Benjamin
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A fun and fanciful tale for children told in the style of Lewis Carrol and A.A. Milne. Henry is a perfectly ordinary pickle. But one day he decides he wants to see the world. “Forget... More > it,” says Poppa Pickle. “The world is dangerous.” “I’m not afraid of dangers!” Henry says. All the other pickles turn green with envy. Late one night, Henry picks up his pickle pack and sets out to explore the kitchen, the world and even outer space. And what a sweet, sour and bumpy ride it will be!< Less
Henry the Pickle By Herbert Benjamin
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A fun and fanciful tale for children told in the style of Lewis Carrol and A.A. Milne. Henry is a perfectly ordinary pickle. But one day he decides he wants to see the world. “Forget... More > it,” says Poppa Pickle. “The world is dangerous.” “I’m not afraid of dangers!” Henry says. All the other pickles turn green with envy. Late one night, Henry picks up his pickle pack and sets out to explore the kitchen, the world and even outer space. And what a sweet, sour and bumpy ride it will be!< Less
Henry the Pickle - ebook By Herbert Benjamin
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A fun and fanciful tale for children told in the style of Lewis Carrol and A.A. Milne. Henry is a perfectly ordinary pickle. But one day he decides he wants to see the world. “Forget it,”... More > says Poppa Pickle. “The world is dangerous.” “I’m not afraid of dangers!” Henry says. All the other pickles turn green with envy. Late one night, Henry picks up his pickle pack and sets out to explore the kitchen, the world and even outer space. And what a sweet, sour and bumpy ride it will be!< Less
Henry the VI - Part II By William Shakespeare
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Henry VI, Part 2 was probably written ca. 1590–91. The Diary of Philip Henslowe records a performance of a play called Henry VI on March 3, 1592. It is known from other sources that the other... More > two parts of Shakespeare's Henrician trilogy were on stage in 1592. Thomas Nashe's Pierce Penniless (registered August 1592) refers to a popular play about Lord Talbot, which is thought to be Henry VI, Part 1 (there is no alternative candidate). Robert Greene's pamphlet A Groatsworth of Wit (registered Sept. 1592) parodies a line from Henry VI, Part 3. Since both Parts 1 and 3 were being acted in 1592, it is sensibly assumed that Part 2 was also—though there is no direct evidence of this.< Less
Henry the VI - Part II By William Shakespeare
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Henry VI, Part 2 was probably written ca. 1590–91. The Diary of Philip Henslowe records a performance of a play called Henry VI on March 3, 1592. It is known from other sources that the other... More > two parts of Shakespeare's Henrician trilogy were on stage in 1592. Thomas Nashe's Pierce Penniless (registered August 1592) refers to a popular play about Lord Talbot, which is thought to be Henry VI, Part 1 (there is no alternative candidate). Robert Greene's pamphlet A Groatsworth of Wit (registered Sept. 1592) parodies a line from Henry VI, Part 3. Since both Parts 1 and 3 were being acted in 1592, it is sensibly assumed that Part 2 was also—though there is no direct evidence of this.< Less
Green Mansions: A Romance of the Tropical Forest By William Henry Hudson
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A failed revolutionary attempt drives the hero of Hudson's novel to seek refuge in the primeval forests of south-western Venezuela. There, in the 'green mansions' of the title, Abel encounters the... More > wood-nymph Rima, the last survivor of a mysterious aboriginal race. The love that flowers between them is soon overshadowed by cruelty and sorrow... One of the acknowledged masters of natural history writing, W. H. Hudson forms an important link between nineteenth-century Romanticism and the twentieth-century ecological movement. First published in 1904 and a bestseller after its reissue a dozen years later, Green Mansions offers its readers a poignant meditation on the loss of wilderness, the dream of a return to nature, and the bitter reality of the encounter between savage and civilized man.< Less
Green Mansions-A Romance of the Tropical Forest By William Henry Hudson
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I take up pen for this foreword with the fear of one who knows that he cannot do justice to his subject, and the trembling of one who would not, for a good deal, set down words unpleasing to the eye... More > of him who wrote Green Mansions, The Purple Land, and all those other books which have meant so much to me. For of all living authors — now that Tolstoi has gone I could least dispense with W. H. Hudson. Why do I love his writing so? I think because he is, of living writers that I read, the rarest spirit, and has the clearest gift of conveying to me the nature of that spirit. Writers are to their readers little new worlds to be explored; and each traveller in the realms of literature must needs have a favourite hunting-ground, which, in his good will — or perhaps merely in his egoism — he would wish others to share with him..... John Galsworthy ........................................ ISBN: 978-1-257-62109-5< Less
Henry Rader died in the Civil War By James L Rader
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"Henry Rader died in the Civil War" contains his ancestors, his wifes ancestors, and his children and their descendants. The majority of the book is set in Greene County Tennessee from... More > 1800 thru the 1940s< Less