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School Bully ?? By Brian Kinnaird
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This is the first in a series of books following middle schoolers Chris and Triple 'A' from the start of 7th grade when Chris spends his school days hoping to avoid his tormentor, Triple 'A'. In... More > School Bully we follow Chris, his family and his friends as they try to figure out a way to deal with the School Bully. From retaliation to the final confrontation.< Less
School Bully ?? By Brian Kinnaird
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This is the first in a series of books following middle schoolers Chris and Triple 'A' from the start of 7th grade when Chris spends his school days hoping to avoid his tormentor, Triple 'A'. In... More > School Bully we follow Chris, his family and his friends as they try to figure out a way to deal with the School Bully. From retaliation to the final confrontation.< Less
Alisonoward By Howard Zahniser
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Howard Zahniser (1906–1964), primary author of the 1964 federal Wilderness Act, hailed from Tionesta, Pa., along the Allegheny River. In June 1937, Zahniser and his wife of one year, Alice... More > (1918–2014), took a 14-day, 100-mile canoe trip down the Allegheny River from Olean, N.Y., to Tionesta. It was a continuous river trip then, there being no Kinzua Dam. North of Tionesta, the couple camped on Thompson’s Island, now part of the 110-million-acre National Wilderness Preservation System that the 1964 Wilderness Act set in motion. Howard and Alice are now laid to rest beside his beloved Allegheny River in Tionesta’s Riverside Cemetery. With characteristic wordplay, Howard named their canoe and his journal Alisonoward, linking the couples’ first names. Unbeknownst to him, their first child Alison Howard Mathias Zahniser, made the trip in the womb. This journal is published to support designating more wilderness on the Allegheny National Forest.< Less
The Pancios from Galicia - CENTENNIAL REPRINT By George E. Bell
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A soft cover reprint of “The Pancios from Galicia.” The original book by George Bell was published in hard cover in 1993. It follows the lives and families of the three Pancio brothers... More > who emigrated from the town of Tylawa, Galicia in Ruthenian Austria—Frank, Paul and John, and the brother and sister they left behind—Daniel and Anna. John, the last to arrive, passed through Ellis Island, New York, in 1914. The book commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of John's first daughter, Eva Pancio Plano. Family trees, index, and appendix of details of family's life and work in Galicia, Homer Hill and North Olean, New York and Auburn, New York. 402 pages. 8.5 x 11 black and white with color cover.< Less

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