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The LifeStory of Mary Jeannette Jewett Gibson By Nancy Kathryn Bowen
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This is a life story of a young girl that lived in several placements by the state including orphanges and foster homes during her growing up years in L.A. California during the 1930s to 1940s. She... More > joined the LDS faith, married a sailor from Alabama, who later joined the LDS church while on his tour of duty in Korea and they raised 7 children in Long Beach, California. She was actively involved most of her life researching her ancestors collecting 10,000 more family names of her ancestors and helping others research their family trees while working in the Family History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her Ancestors immigrated from England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, and Switzerland. Together she and her husband gathered all the information and dates for all their ancestors they could find. They have enjoyed their life together and have a great posterity with many grandchildren and even great grandchildren.< Less
WORD #2 By Andy Jewett
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Word 2 is the artwork of Andy Jewett, put together in 2008 collecting sequential art, sketches and scribbles.
Mist of the Mountains By Jessica Jewett
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Mist of the Mountains is the second release by Jessica Jewett (see From the Darkness Risen). Unlike her first release which was a historical novel, Mist of the Mountains is a collection of poetry... More > spanning twelve years, and then some. The poetry collection offers a raw, intimate glimpse into Jessica Jewett's life, passions and battled demons. Poems are divided into three chapters - The Light, The Darkness and The Spirits. Included are exclusive poems passed down through the family penned by Jessica Jewett's great-great grandmother, Nellie (Rulon) Newell and here great-great-great grandmother, Jennie (Ross) Rulon. Illustrated.< Less
PowerDesigner 12.0 - General Features By Darryl Jewett
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PowerDesigner 12.0 - Requirements User's Guide By Darryl Jewett
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PowerDesigner 12.0 - Conceptual Data Model User's Guide By Darryl Jewett
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The Adventure of Purple Bear By Matthew Jewett
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Purple Bear, White Rabbit, and Caterpillar go on an adventure to the other side of the meadow.
recipes for hemlock By Mike Jewett
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recipes for hemlock is Boston Poetry Magazine's first anthology, as well as print publication. Partnering with dVerse Poets Pub, we selected winning entries from a poetry writing contest and included... More > members from dVerse. Boston Poetry Magazine hand-selected a few of its poetry writers to round it out.< Less
The Pearl By Sophie Jewett
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The "Pearl Poet", or the "Gawain Poet", is the name given to the author of Pearl, an alliterative poem written in 14th-century Middle English. Its author appears also to have... More > written the poems Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Patience, and Cleanness; some scholars suggest the author may also have composed Saint Erkenwald. Save for the latter (found in BL-MS Harley 2250), all these works are known from a single surviving manuscript, the British Library holding Cotton Nero A.x. This body of work includes some of the greatest poetry written in Middle English. The Pearl Poet remains unidentified. Some scholarship has argued to assign the poem to one John Massey, a member of the landed gentry from Cheshire. This attribution of the poems of Cotton Nero A.x is not widely accepted, however, reflected in the ongoing use of the labels "Pearl Poet" or "Gawain Poet."< Less
Unveiled: Fanny Chamberlain Reincarnated By Jessica Jewett
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Throughout her childhood, Jessica is involuntarily thrust into shadowy subconscious memories of faces, events, emotions and voices from a Maine family in a century past. Feelings of being haunted by... More > a woman from the 19th century plague Jessica until she comes face-to-face in a Georgia bookstore with what she realizes is her past life of Fanny Chamberlain, wife of Civil War general and Maine governor, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. Twenty years of dreams, visions, photographic evidence, eye-witness accounts and historical documentation culminate until Jessica can no longer deny the truth of who she was, despite her initial vehement refusal to accept it. As Jessica interweaves the events of her present life with her past, she pieces together the lessons, unresolved relationships and questions of self-acceptance to reach a higher understanding of herself, the power of love, the purpose of her life's journey and how to use her experiences to help others.< Less