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Cape Verdean-American WWII Veterans of New Bedford By Jose A. Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans from the New Bedford, Massachusetts area who were World War II veterans.
Cape Verdean-American WWII Veterans of New Bedford By Jose A. Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans from the New Bedford, Massachusetts area who were World War II veterans.
Cape Verdean-American Korean War Veterans of New Bedford, Massachusetts By Jose Antonio Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans who were Korean War veterans.
Cape Verdean-American Korean War Veterans of New Bedford, Massachusetts By Jose Antonio Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans who were Korean War veterans.
Cape Verdean-American Vietnam War Veterans of New Bedford, Massachusetts By Jose Antonio Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans who were Vietnam War veterans.
Cape Verdean-American Vietnam War Veterans of New Bedford, Massachusetts By Jose Antonio Tavares dos Anjos
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This is a compilation of Cape Verdean-Americans who were Vietnam War veterans.
Swordflame (The H. Bedford-Jones Library) By H. Bedford-Jones
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Early in the eighteenth century, one of the rising young men of New France was Rupert Callan (or, as he was better known by the Iroquois-given name, Swordflame). Irishman, Jacobite, and portionless... More > gentleman, he had at once won the regard of those daring adventurers of the Canadas, the Le Moyne brothers. When Pierre, leader of the brothers and their band of faithful followers—French and Canadian voyageurs and Indian braves—has set out with a French-sent fleet of five ships and a royal commission to drive the Hudson's Bay Company from the waters and give the north country to France. Joining the expedition, Swordflame found himself kidnapped by the most dangerous spy and pirate of the whole north, Daggett. Bringing them into conflict with an English fleet, it would take all of Swordflame's skill to prevail and to rescue another guest of Daggett's: Firenze di Bernardino. Swordfame is one of the earliest novels written by "the King of the Pulps," H. Bedford-Jones, for the pages of The All-Story Magazine.< Less
Addendum to: George Mansfield and the Billerica and Bedford Railroadf By Donald L. Ball
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An addendum to the 2012 book, George Mansfield and the Billerica and Bedford Railroad containing new information.
Tyrone of New Orleans By H. Bedford-Jones
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Rejected on technical grounds from the United States Army, Hugh Tyrone of New Orleans goes on the front, bent on forcing his way into the service. With him is Babe Jefferson, negro ex-sergeant of... More > cavalry. Performing varied feats, each time Tyrone sends word that he will later call at United States Expeditionary headquarters for his reward. But will Tyrone and Jefferson receive their entrance to the front? A never-before-collected series, it's now part of The H. Bedford-Jones Library.< Less
Frozen In Time: An Early Carte De Visite Album from New Bedford, Massachusetts By Susan Snow Lukesh
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Susan Snow Lukesh takes a mid-nineteenth century photo album from New Bedford, Massachusetts, created against a backdrop of the Civil War, and moves the people seemingly frozen in time backwards and... More > forwards. The details of daily living, of the marrying, working, and dying of the individuals in the album demonstrate the personal side of the development of this famous whaling capital through its transition to a strong mill economy. These details also show how the financial and intellectual capital of the city fueled development throughout the United States. At their creation photograph albums portrayed, and then continued to portray years later, a community, albeit selective. Importantly, these albums, especially the album presented here, served as a source for personal and collective storytelling, functioning as links to the past, offering intimations of status and social connections and family genealogy.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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