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Forgotten Treasure - PREVIEW By Henry Morgan
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Follow the adventure of a young archaeologist getting the chance of a lifetime finding the mythical treasure of the copper scroll. Travel to distant lands and solve the secrets hidden with the copper... More > scroll and discover the mystery that has been hidden for centuries.< Less
24 Mind Blowing Things About Online Degree Programs By Henry Morgan
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Distance learning involves a variety of courses for diplomas, certificates, degrees and college credit. A school that offers distance learning does not necessarily offer a full degree online. More... More > schools are embracing online degree programs and increasing the number of classes offered toward a degree, but some degrees are offered in abundance through online degree programs while others take some research to locate. Grab a copy of this ebook to discover everything you need to know.< Less
Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer: A Romance of the Spanish Main By Cyrus Townsend Brady
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Cyrus Townsend Brady (December 20, 1861 – January 24, 1920)... More > was a journalist, historian and adventure writer. His best-known work is Indian Fights and Fighters.He was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1883. In 1889, he was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal church, and was ordained a priest in 1890. His first wife was Clarissa Guthrie, who died in 1890. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrus_Townsend_Brady< Less
Morgan & Strode By Jim White
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This book covers the Morgan Family beginning 999, and the Strode Family beginning 980. The book also includes the Curry Immigrant Family, and the Linville Family Immigrant; both are of necessity to... More > complete the Genealogy of many families besides the Strode and Morgan families. This is all new research, and is not dependent on any other prior Published Pedigrees - of any of the four families. This record corrects the old poorly researched Strode and Morgan families and proves the Ladies thereto, not previously accomplished in any published records. We used strict discipline for the Morgan Family, and attempted to insure each family is correct with no muddle due to the Welsh naming convention. We did not assume any fact, and if we could not locate an evident proof, we tell you in advance. Many of the Strode and Morgan families are my ancestors and we own a copy of the Strode Family Chart, and all of the notes made by Sir John Strode born 1561 and died aged 82 years in London in 1642.< Less
The Great Conspiracy of the House of Morgan Exposed By Henry Loucks
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How bankers, like John Morgan gained control over the currency of the United States
Morgan's Men: A Narrative of Personal Experience By Henry Lane Stone
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A first hand account of a soldier in John Hunt Morgan's command in the Civil War.
The Hours of Henry VIII about 1500 - Morgan Library at New York City By Richard Estes
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Book #599: Manuscript: The Hours of Henry VIII about 1500. It is from the Morgan Library at New York City - MS H. 8 - 55 pages. All profit goes to that Library!
Matthew Henry Speaks By Peggy S. Morgan
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Matthew Henry started his six volume, 5500 page Bible commentary in 1704. The foundation of his epic commentary was his system of expository preaching. Robert Hall, George Whitefield, and Charles... More > Spurgeon "used the work, and commended it heartily. Whitefield read it through four times, the last time on his knees." Is God still speaking through the saints of old like Matthew Henry? Consider these words: “Those that had been not only distinguished by a dignified people, on whom God had put honor, and to whom all their neighbors had paid respect, are now brought into contempt… That place is not far from ruin in which religion is already ruined.” We need a Bible revival; we need a prophetic word. Matthew Henry is a teacher and a prophet to our generation. Come and study the first and last chapters of the Bible with Matthew Henry. Do as George Whitefield did; study the Word and words of this renown Bible teacher together. Be edified and be changed.< Less
Matthew Henry Speaks By Peggy S. Morgan
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Matthew Henry started his six volume, 5500 page Bible commentary in 1704. The foundation of his epic commentary was his system of expository preaching. Robert Hall, George Whitefield, and Chareles... More > Spurgeon "used the work, and commended it heartily. Whitefield read it through four times, the last time on his knees." Is God still speaking through the saints of old like Matthew Henry? Consider these words: “Those that had been not only distinguished by a dignified people, on whom God had put honor, and to whom all their neighbors had paid respect, are now brought into contempt… That place is not far from ruin in which religion is already ruined.” We need a Bible revival; we need a prophetic word. Matthew Henry is a teacher and a prophet to our generation. Come and study the first and last chapters of the Bible with Matthew Henry. Do as George Whitefield did; study the Word and words of this renown Bible teacher together. Be edified and be changed.< Less
Ancestral Chains (DNA Part VII of VIII) Morgan Bloodline By Mark D Bishop
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In this work, the reader is directed to Claydon village in rural Suffolk. Here the Morgan family of the author's memory lived, worked and propagated. Life was generally good with some up-and-downs,... More > as these Morgans were descended from the minor gentry of Suffolk who originally hailed from Ipswich. Yet the Morgan Bloodline in the 19th and 20th centuries was ruled by trades people; the butchers & blacksmiths of the village, each with his business at the other end of town. Butcher by trade, but not by temperament and sporting the name Winfred Edward Mosart Morgan, this great-grandfather had had much trauma in his early life, but was fun to be with. Even then, he would never admit that he and the Morgan blacksmith family down the lane were distant cousins. Musical flair was in the church-going family who were integral to village life, but tragedy was never far away, as attested by the Henry Moore sculpture that graced their local church before strangely being moved to nearby Barham. Oh yes, there was money, too!< Less

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