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Historical Records of the Enoch Family in Virginia and Pennsylvania By Harry G. Enoch
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Brothers Henry Enoch and Enoch Enoch came to Virginia before 1750, settling on the sparsely populated frontier west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Their Virginia years were defined by the French and... More > Indian War (1755-1763) and their close association with young George Washington. By 1757, their children had begun to explore more westerly lands, where they ultimately resettled with their families in what is now Washington County, Pennsylvania. Henry Jr., David, and Enoch Enoch were among the first “over the mountain men,” settling west of the Allegheny Mountains by 1767. Their Pennsylvania years were defined by the Revolutionary War (1775-1783) and the Indian Wars (1786-1795). By the turn of the century, the Enochs began looking west again, this time to the more promising lands of Ohio.< Less
The Robin Hood Records Book 1: Robin of Locksley By M.T. Boulton
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The Robin Hood Records Book 1 Robin of Locksley A messenger from the Holy Lands returns with shocking news, Robin has been ordered to return to service. However, more is at stake than anyone... More > believes and what will happen to the others when Robin is gone? Explore other M. T. Boulton historical fiction such as I, Anastasia, OTMA, and… The Robin Hood Records Book 2: Marian of Knighton< Less
The Robin Hood Records Book 4: Guy of Gisbourne By M.T. Boulton
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The Robin Hood Records Book 4 Guy of Gisbourne The Crusades are endless and peace is rarely in sight. Hope can kill and trust is fleeting. Who to trust in a land of hostiles? Other Robin Hood... More > Records books, include… Robin of Locksley Marian of Knighton William of Montferrat Plus, historical works as I, Anastasia,and OTMA< Less
5-The Boy Aviators in Record Flight By Capt. Wilbur Lawton
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FROM THE PUBLISHER: The Chester Boys try to win a newspaper prize for a trans-continental flight. In the Golden Eagle, the boys, accompanied by a trail-blazing party in an automobile, make the dash.... More > But they are not alone in their aspirations. Their rivals for the rich prize at stake try in every way that they can to circumvent the lads and gain the valuable trophy and monetary award. In this they stop short at nothing, and it takes all the wits and resources of the Boy Aviators to defeat them. Among the adventures encountered in their cross-country flight, the boys fall in with a band of rollicking cow-boys--who momentarily threaten serious trouble--are attacked by Indians, strike the most remarkable town of the desert--the "dry" town of "Gow Wells,"--encounter a sandstorm which blows them into strange lands far to the south of their course, and meet with several amusing mishaps besides.< Less
My Holy Land Trip 1963 By Barrett Wilson
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Barrett Wilson as a young pastor records his details observations from his first Holy Land visit in 1963. He ties each day to the Bible accounts of what happened in that place. He had made news by... More > leaving his engineering career for Duke Seminary and joined the Methodist Church preaching in Western North Carolina in the Winston-Salem area where his family had been among the Moravian founders. Barrett grew up in Raleigh NC where his father was a famed singer and conductor. Also included in this volume are Barrett's WWII account of his first religious inspiration, and his insightful "Shakespeare and the Bible." Plus photographs and a biographical essay.< Less
Nonet: ANGEL'S LANDING (Instrumental Parts) By Alan Ferber
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I wrote this tune after hiking to the top of a mountain peak named “Angel’s Landing” in Zion National Park. The views are expansive and inspiring. I tried conveying this feeling... More > throughout the piece. The opening is a nod to Debussy’s “Images II” before the full band chorale enters. Eventually, the tempo enters in a 3/4 medium swing rhythm. Solos feature the bass, trombone, guitar, and piano. It can be heard on the recording, “Alan Ferber Nonet: The Compass.” This download includes all transposed instrumental parts and a concert score. Instrumentation: trumpet, trombone, alto sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet, guitar, piano, bass, and drums.< Less
RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND FOR IRELAND 1874 By Richard Hopkins
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The Return of Owners of Land arose from the question put in the House of Lords on 19 February 1872 by the Earl of Derby to the Lord Privy Seal "whether it was the intention of Her Majesty's... More > Government to take any steps for ascertaining the number of proprietors of land and houses in the United Kingdom, with the quantity of land owned by each proprietor". Thus, in 1872 Local Government Boards were ordered to compile a list of owners of land from ratings records, and published in 1875 as The Return of Owners of Land, 1873. (House of Commons Papers 1874 (C.1097) Parts 1 and 2). The Return shows the holding, in acres, roods and poles, and estimated yearly rental, of all holdings over 1 acre. It is also sometimes referred to as the Modern Domesday. This PDF file for Ireland contains over 200 pages covering every parish in Ireland.< Less
New Age Deception In the Holy Land! By Stephen Volk
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Heinrich Himmler, second only to Hitler in power in the Third Reich, was a follower of the nineteenth-century religious charlatan Madame Blavatsky, founder of the Theosophical movement. Blavatsky... More > claimed an elite priesthood had escaped from the lost continent of Atlantis and found its way to Tibet, and that it was this race that became the Aryans. Israel today is now embracing the Theosophical movement embraced by Heinrich Himmler! New Age Deception in the Holy Land is a historical record and urgent warning - exposing the unseen war raging in the Holy Land! Stephen Volk author of New Age Deception in the Holy Land, has agreed with Hannah Newman, author of The Rainbow Swastika also present in this work, that this book should be made available at no appreciable profit to the authors.< Less
RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND FOR SCOTLAND 1873 By Richard Hopkins
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The Return of Owners of Land arose from the question put in the House of Lords on 19 February 1872 by the Earl of Derby to the Lord Privy Seal "whether it was the intention of Her Majesty's... More > Government to take any steps for ascertaining the number of proprietors of land and houses in the United Kingdom, with the quantity of land owned by each proprietor". Thus, in 1872 Local Government Boards were ordered to compile a list of owners of land from ratings records, and published in 1875 as The Return of Owners of Land, 1873. (House of Commons Papers 1874 (C.1097) Parts 1 and 2). The Return shows the holding, in acres, roods and poles, and estimated yearly rental, of all holdings over 1 acre. It is also sometimes referred to as the Modern Domesday. This PDF file for Scotland contains 216 pages covering every parish in Scotland.< Less
Adventures of Jack in the Land of the Giants: Illustrated By Joseph Jacobs
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Adventures of Jack in the Land of the Giants: Illustrated by Joseph Jacobs. This work includes: 4 adventures of Jack in the Land of the Giants. Jack and the Giants, Jack the Giant-Killer, Lazy Jack... More > and Jack and the Bean-Stalk, with two illustrated versions. Jack and the Beanstalk is a classic English fairy tale with unknown origin. It was first published at the end of the 18th century in a collection of folktales, but the most commonly known versions are found in Andrew Lang's children's book "Jack and the Beanstalk," first published in 1890, and in the tale of the same title recorded in Joseph Jacobs' "English Fairy Tales," also from 1890. Even though the versions differ, they share most of the characters and the symbolism. Jack the Giant Killer is a British fairy tale about a plucky lad who slays a number of giants during King Arthur's reign. The tale is characterized by violence, gore, and blood-letting. This stories inspired the latest blockbuster movie Jack the Giant Slayer.< Less

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