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The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 By O.W. Norton
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The Attack and Defense of Little Round Top, Gettysburg, July 2, 1863
Top 100 Classics: The Romance of Lust By Anonymous
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We had discovered that mutual handlings gave a certain amount of pleasing sensation; and, latterly, my eldest sister had discovered that the hooding and unhooding of my doodle, as she called it,... More > instantly caused it to swell up and stiffen as hard as a piece of wood. My feeling of her little pinky slit gave rise in her to nice sensations, but on the slightest attempt to insert even my finger, the pain was too great. We had made so little progress in the attouchements that not the slightest inkling of what could be done in that way dawned upon us. I had begun to develop a slight growth of moss-like curls round the root of my cock; and then, to our surprise, Mary began to show a similar tendency. As yet, Eliza was as bald as her hand, but both were prettily formed, with wonderfully full and fat mounts of Venus.< Less
Lux Little Cardi Knitting Pattern By Christina Dennis
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Wrap yourself in luxury with this beautiful cashmere cardigan by Christina Marie Dennis. Knit completely in the round from the top down, this mini cardi is seamless and you can try it on as you go to... More > achieve the perfect fit. A delicate lace pattern is offset by a simple cable and a background of reverse stockinette. Slight gathers on either side of the button band give this cardigan a slight swing.< Less
Forever The Cause: The Life and Legacy of Confederate Colonel Robert M. Powell, 5th Texas Infantry By Robert E. Reichardt
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Colonel R. M. Powell was a remarkable man from a remarkable era in American history. From his Alabama beginnings to his final days in St. Louis, his life took many twists and turns. Even so, we find... More > the constant theme in his lifetime was the rightness of the Confederacy. The work contains 23 photos and maps, with one appendix of an Appomattox surrender newspaper article Colonel Powell wrote in 1886, and another with the roster of Company D, 5th Texas Infantry Regiment. “Bob Reichardt has composed a splendid biography of Colonel Robert Powell, commander of one of the most famous of Texas regiments ever to serve in the Civil War. The book not only documents his service during that conflict but also his devotion to family and friends, the disturbing consequences of Reconstruction, and Powell's everlasting commitment to the honor of service to his native state.” - John Heiser, Historian, Gettysburg NMP.< Less
Shadows of Gettysburg By David Chaltas
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The Shadows of Gettysburg is a six-act play, which embraces historical truths of a pivotal point in our great American History. The passion of the play is evident in the portrayal of the first... More > encounter leading to a full-scale engagement, and ending with the fabled Pickett's Charge. The aftermath is a touching scene in which the boys in gray return from the charge and is greeted by a saddened Lee and Longstreet. The author offers a view from both sides into a war that pitted brother against brother, in the most horrific battle ever fought on American soil. The play has received rave reviews and is considered to be a must see performance.< Less
Shadows of Gettysburg By David Chaltas
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The Shadows of Gettysburg is a six-act play, which embraces historical truths of a pivotal point in our great American History. The passion of the play is evident in the portrayal of the first... More > encounter leading to a full-scale engagement, and ending with the fabled Pickett's Charge. The aftermath is a touching scene in which the boys in gray return from the charge and is greeted by a saddened Lee and Longstreet. The author offers a view from both sides into a war that pitted brother against brother, in the most horrific battle ever fought on American soil. The play has received rave reviews and is considered to be a must see performance.< Less
Freedom Ho! By Adam LaValley
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History is often forgotten, whether it be from ignorance or the surpassing of modern tales. It is not without consequence: by forgetting the past, we lose a part of ourselves, original culture, and... More > heritage. With research and known historical references by artists, writers, and those from the past themselves, this book comprises short stories that delve into important, significant sequences of the past that have changed America forever. From the Boston Massacre to Chamberlain's charge on Little Round Top, it is almost impossible to forget the momentous actions taken to create this free nation.< Less
Scarlet Fields By John Alexander Miles
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Seventy five years after the Battle of Gettysburg on Little Round Top, John Alexander tells his story to his great-grandson. As a young man in Bath Maine he falls in love with Southern Belle... More > Annabelle DeMaret. Civil war causes their separation, and this epic story follows her experiences in the South and his in the North. He joins the 2nd Maine Volunteer Regiment, is wounded, and mustered out. Later, he re-enlists with the 20th Maine. Before the Battle of Gettysburg, 120 mutineers of the 2nd Maine are impressed to serve with the 20th which has been reduced to about 280 men. Strengthened to 386 soldiers, the 20th Maine went on to glory at Little Round Top, considered the turning point in the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. In this the maligned and little known 2nd Maine Regiments' contribution is recognized. The characters are fictional, but the underlying history is true. A moving epic romance story, it speaks of devotion one to another and to our Nation...< Less
Scarlet Fields By Steven R. Schoner (John Alexander Miles)
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Seventy five years after the Battle of Gettysburg on Little Round Top, John Alexander tells his story to his great-grandson. As a young man in Bath Maine he falls in love with Southern Belle... More > Annabelle DeMaret. Civil war causes their separation, and this epic story follows her experiences in the South and his in the North. He joins the 2nd Maine Volunteer Regiment, is wounded, and mustered out. Later, he re-enlists with the 20th Maine. Before the Battle of Gettysburg, 120 mutineers of the 2nd Maine are impressed to serve with the 20th which has been reduced to about 280 men. Strengthened to 386 soldiers, the 20th Maine went on to glory at Little Round Top, considered the turning point in the Battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War. In this the maligned and little known 2nd Maine Regiments' contribution is recognized. The characters are fictional, but the underlying history is true. A moving epic romance story, it speaks of devotion one to another and to our Nation...< Less
The Apple-Tree : The Open Country Books (Illustrated) By L. H. Bailey
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“The petals expand broadly, usually losing most of their pink. The blade is oblong and rounded at the end, at first cupped and then nearly flat, three-fourths of an inch long, narrowed at the... More > base into a short stem-like part and usually hairy there, the edges perhaps wavy but entire. The expanse of the flower may be one and one-half to two inches. The brush of stamens, erect in the center, sheds its pollen and the anthers collapse. Then the petals fall, like flakes of snow, borne often by the wind. There remain the stout woolly flower-stems an inch or more long and bearing minute dry bracts, with the young fruit at the summit topped by the five recurving woolly sepals and the pencil of stamens and styles. The bloom being gone, the flowering system of the apple is thenceforth little observed."< Less