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Simple History: The Space Race By Daniel Turner
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Discover a competition of epic proportions between the United States and the USSR during the Space Race. Find out who was the first to win, from reaching outer space to landing a man on the moon.... More > History will come alive before your very eyes. Illustrated in the popular minimalist style of today, young reader's imaginations will come to life. Simple history gives you the facts in a simple uncomplicated and eye catching way. Simple history is part of an ongoing series, what will be the next episode? Designed for children aged 9 -12< Less
gorby family history By joseph gorby
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gorby family history refence to david ellsworth gorby which in 1936 book as being born 1855 18 kids a a wife
Hapner Family History By Barbara Powell
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Hapner Family History is Barbara V. Powell's First published historical document. First published in 1977; This edition has been updated until 2006. Some of the pencil marks are very faded but can be... More > viewed if the user changes the background color. From Gasper Hapner to my kids; Mother left no one out! All this research was done with "Snail Mail" and typewriter! The "Proof" (birth, death, marriage, government, etc.) resides in 59 volumes labeled Hapner.< Less
History of Your State Schedule By Sandra Williams
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Easy Classical Schedules provide families with an easy way to teach their kids within the Classical framework. The schedules map out the year and provide helpful hints and suggestions to make... More > homeschooling easy. The author, Sandra Williams, has a Masters of Science in Nursing, and has educated her children at home since 1999. She is the author of Easy Classical Homeschool Schedules, which offers homeschooling families science, history and main subject schedules. For more information on how these schedules can be a benefit to your family, visit:< Less
The Exciting History of Auto Racing By Ross R. Olney
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Two teen-agers back in early day France probably started it all by "borrowing" their Dad's "horseless carriages" and seeing which could go fastest. That was when highly respected... More > doctors were certain that you would die if you moved faster than sixty miles an hour. The human body simply couldn't survive at that speed. Now, racers routinely go two hundred miles an hour, and drag racers go more than three hundred miles an hour in only a thousand feet. Auto racing is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is daring, dangerous, and exciting, and the winners often become millionaires. This book aimed at young adults is full of stories about racing as it describes the progress from the two kids to modern racing. The author has participated as a driver, photographer and journalist for many years, and has written a number of books on the subject.< Less
Recording History: Live 2008 By Mohit Moondra et al.
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4-H Indian Langoor Club has been part of the Middlesex County 4-H Youth Program for twelve years since 1996. The club teaches kids about the Indian sub-continent by touching upon all aspects of... More > Indian culture through arts and crafts, literature, performing arts, social studies, and philosophy. Recently, the Club started its Teen Chapter and has begun to offer advanced cultural study programs through philosophy lectures and special projects for young adults over thirteen years of age. Our goal is not just to learn about Indian culture but also to share it with the community. The Club performs at libraries, schools, Heritage Day Festivals, 4-H events and exhibits its work at libraries, schools and other community events. . The Oral History Program “Recording History: Live!” started in 2006 with the help of grants received from the Middlesex County and Cultural Heritage Commission has truly helped us achieve our goal.< Less
Frozen Hoops: A History A to B By Curtis J. Phillips
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Back in 1967 as a 11 year-old kid in Winnipeg, Manitoba I used to listen to NBA and ABA games on short-wave radio while lining up my basketball sport cards on a basketball court diagrammed out on a... More > piece of cardboard Now 45 years later, be it announcing, coaching, cheering, collecting, fundraising, officiating, organizing, writing or just even shooting around on two gimpy knees, the passion for this great game remains. I believe strongly that we must take a look at our past to succeed in our future. Frozen Hoops will highlight some of the top male basketball players in Canadian history...with the ultimate goal to select and profile 125 notable players of the last 100 years or so. There will also be plenty of Fact or Fiction information pertaining to Canadian hoops, lots of trivia and history plus exclusive interviews. In this the inaugural issue - December 2012 Issue 1 - we will look at players with the Surnames A – B with a total of 21 cagers profiled. Catch you on the rebound.< Less
Kid Glove Smelter. Memoirs of Steel Making at the Darlington Forge By Malcolm Mowbray
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A short history of steel making at The Darlington Forge in the early 1960's as seen by me as a 15 year old on leaving school and being plunged into this hot and dangerous world. An account of things... More > which went wrong during my learning curve and also the jokes and pranks played on one another during these unforgettable years amongst the most memorable of characters< Less
My History ABC - Ebook Version By Emerson Kent
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Downloadable e-book version of the book My History ABC, the history reference work for young historians by Emerson Kent.PDF File - 23 MB
Dear Honey & Kids: Isert Letters 1940-1941 By Doris Isert & Arthur Isert
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In 1947, Doris and Art Isert moved far from their Alberta farming communities and large extended families to the West Coast. Doris maintained close ties with family and friends “back... More > home” on the Prairies. A dedicated letter writer, she was the rock and conduit that kept her family together long before telephone calls were easy or email available. Doris was also determined to retain keepsakes, none of which were more precious to her than the letters exchanged with her husband, Art, when Art left to search for better opportunities for his Honey & Kids. Art’s letters tell the story of his journey to British Columbia to look for work in the mining towns of the Caribou and the mills of Vancouver. Doris’ letters relate her experiences on Dick and Agnes Hines’ ranch near Hazeldine, Alberta. More than a family history, these letters tell a classic story of young love set against a backdrop of war and tough economic times.< Less

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