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Spunky, the new black bear By Donna England
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This is the story of a young boy and his mother. They are shopping and the boy sees a toy bear that he wants. The mother has to make a decision. It's a touching story with a moral on real love.
Pentecost for England By Alexander A. Boddy
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The pamphlet, “Pentecost for England,” by the Rev. Alexander A. Boddy in 1907 for distribution at the Keswick Convention of 1907. Writing only one year after the initial Pentecostal... More > outpourings of Los Angeles and elsewhere, Boddy says that already 20,000 people have received the gift of speaking in tongues worldwide although only six of those people were in Great Britain. Later in the same year, 1907, Boddy hosted a Pentecostal revival at his church in Sunderland, with guest speaker T.B. Barrett, at which there was an outpouring of Pentecostal gifts.< Less
New England Wildlife 2020 Calendar By Dale J Martin
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This 2020 New England Wildlife calendar is brought to you by Massapoag Pond Photography/Dale J. Martin.
2020 Natural New England Calendar By John Welch
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This calendar features my photography from the wild places of New England arranged to suite the seasonal mood of each month.
2020 New England Lighthouse Calendar By John Stevenson
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As someone that has a passion for Lighthouses and Photography, I have decided to combine the 2 and create a calendar comprised of some of my favorite New England Lighthouses. 100% of the proceeds... More > from this calendar will be donated to my participation in the 2020 One Mission BuzzOff for Kids with Cancer< Less
Scenic New England - An Aerial View By Seth Dewey
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Aerial photographs from around New England taken by FAA Certified UAS pilot. My goal is to provide a unique perspective on beautiful places from all over New England.
The New England Cook Book, 1836 By Kellscraft Studio
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From the early years of American history, here are over three hundred recipes from New England. Many would have had their basis in Colonial cooking. These are tried-and-true recipes in their... More > original style, with measurements in "teacups," "size of an egg," or cooking in a "quick oven." Nicely illustrated with new images of Colonial fireplace cooking, this new version offers a "Notes" column beside all the original recipes so there's plenty of room for the modern cook to update the recipes. Extra "Notes" pages at the end of this book allow for additional recipes to be added. Whether it's how to cook Beef Steak or Goose, Gingerbread or New Year's Cookies, or just how to clean Carpets or make Soap, you'll find it here!< Less
Customs and Fashions in Old New England By Alice Morse Earle
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"FROM the hour when the Puritan baby opened his eyes in bleak New England he had a Spartan struggle for life. In summer-time he fared comparatively well, but in winter the ill-heated houses of... More > the colonists gave to him a most chilling and benumbing welcome. Within the great open fireplace, when fairly scorched in the face by the glowing flames of the roaring wood fire, he might be bathed and dressed, and he might be cuddled and nursed in warmth and comfort; but all his baby hours could not be spent in the Ingleside, and were he carried four feet away from the chimney on a raw winter's day he found in his new home a temperature that would make a modern infant scream with indignant discomfort or lie stupefied with cold." -Alice Morse Earle< Less
Murder in the Meadows: A New England Mystery By John E. Sjoberg
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Jesse Thorpe spent most of his high school years in the shadow of his best friend, Kirk Preston. Kirk is the handsome, popular quarterback of the football team and revered by the entire town of... More > Meadows, Massachusetts. Jesse is away on a business trip to Indiana, when he receives news that dramatically changes his life. - Kirk is dead! A nationwide manhunt is underway for the suspect - Jesse Thorpe. How can that be? Jesse is shocked. Jesse’s only trusted contact back home is Suzie Dillon, a close friend to both him and Kirk. Suzie tells Jesse the evidence against him is overwhelming and believes his only course of action is to remain on the run, until Suzie and the local Police Chief, “a good friend,” can uncover the sordid truth. Murder in the Meadows is a fast moving murder mystery of deceit, corruption and love – complete with intrigue that leaves you in suspense up to the final twist at the end..< Less
Delusion; or, The Witch of New England By Eliza Buckminster Lee
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Eliza Lee Cabot Follen (August 15, 1787 Boston - January 26, 1860... More > Brookline, Massachusetts) was an author and abolitionist.She was the daughter of Samuel Cabot of Boston. When he died in 1819, ten years after her mother had died, she and her two sisters established a household. Catharine Sedgwick introduced her to the educator Charles Follen. Nine years her junior, he initially became Eliza Cabot's protégé. In 1828, after his betrothed in Germany declined to emigrate to the United States, Eliza and Charles married.After Charles's death in 1840, Eliza Follen educated their only son, whom, with other pupils, she fitted for Harvard University. She was an intimate friend of William Ellery Channing, and a zealous opponent of slavery. Excerpt from:< Less

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