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A Piece of Peace to make PEASE By Pease Lucas
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This is a compilation of a little work I've done over the past two years.
Pease Academy 2016-2017 By PEASE Students
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PEASE Academy Yearbook 2016/2017 This yearbook includes PEASE Academy's Peer Support Teams, School Events, Hall of Fame, Seniors, Student's Personal Pages, Content Pages, Staff Pages. This yearbook... More > was made by students and staff members of PEASE Academy.< Less
A Postal History of the Pease Family in America By Shawn Pease
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This book is a publication of a philatelic exhibit of postal history items from the Pease Family. It contains full color images of the museum quality exhibit pages of my collection of Pease family... More > letters and history items. It includes items from family members in Connecticut in the 1830s, Martha's Vineyard in the 1860's, the Civil War, the Punative Expedition, WWI, WWI, the Cold War, and beyond. There are letters in the collection from Peases who moved with the railroad expansion and those who moved to California during the Gold Rush. An interesting collection of reference material for anyone interested in Pease geneology.< Less
2000 QUOTES ON WAR AND PEASE By mary B.M
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this eBook is a collection of great quotes on war and peace from different well-known people
Comfort Pease and her Gold Ring By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
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An interesting little girl is Comfort Pease, whose gold ring causes her to disobey and deceive her mother but whose conscience finally wins the victory, bringing its consequent reward of peace of... More > mind and approval of friends.< Less
DEEP END OF EMOTION By lawrence pease
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A can't read just one experience. Poetry for the everyday, every class citizen. Whether you dropped out or went on to a masters degree, this book will grab your curiosity at poem #1 and keep you... More > reading until the last page. Go ahead try to read just one, I dare you.< Less
Dear Family: Letters from the Mexican Border Campain and the Great War in France By Shawn Pease
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Volume 1! This book follows the service of Wesley Pease Jr. through his service on the Mexican Border in 1916 as part of the 5th Massachusetts National Guard. As a young soldier he would write home... More > virtually every day during his service, including on the train rides from the coast of New England to the desert of Texas and New Mexico. The book also expands on the context of the letters with original research and background history on the Punative Expedition and President Wilson's Federalization of National Guard Troops to the Mexican Border to defend against incursions by Pancho Villa and his followers. The book is richly illustrated with color images of the postcards and postal history items sent during the conflict. Volume II: The Great War is currently being written. It is not available at this time!! Check Back Soon!< Less
Nobody With Something to Say By Phil Pease
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Every day, ideas, thoughts, and oberservations pop into our heads, but we rarely share them with others. When we do, we often hear something like, “What does it matter?” or... More > “I’m sure the experts would disagree” or “You didn’t go to school for that so how would you know?” In Nobody with Something to Say, Phil Pease shares a collection of essays bound together by a common theme: The world would be a better place if we cultivated thoughts and ideas instead of surrendering the terrain to “experts”—as if they are the only ones who have worthwhile thoughts. His essays liberate random thoughts that challenge the notion that meaningful contributions require gargantuan credentials, external validation, and money. Each essay ends with a small but potent open-ended question: “What do you think?” So the next time a random thought or idea jumps into your head, don’t let it shrivel away. Let it develop, and while it does, tell the world.< Less
Nobody with Something to Say By Phil Pease
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Every day, ideas, thoughts, and oberservations pop into our heads, but we rarely share them with others. When we do, we often hear something like, “What does it matter?” or... More > “I’m sure the experts would disagree” or “You didn’t go to school for that so how would you know?” In Nobody with Something to Say, Phil Pease shares a collection of essays bound together by a common theme: The world would be a better place if we cultivated thoughts and ideas instead of surrendering the terrain to “experts”—as if they are the only ones who have worthwhile thoughts. His essays liberate random thoughts that challenge the notion that meaningful contributions require gargantuan credentials, external validation, and money. Each essay ends with a small but potent open-ended question: “What do you think?” So the next time a random thought or idea jumps into your head, don’t let it shrivel away. Let it develop, and while it does, tell the world.< Less
Nobody with Something to Say By Phil Pease
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Every day, ideas, thoughts, and oberservations pop into our heads, but we rarely share them with others. When we do, we often hear something like, “What does it matter?” or... More > “I’m sure the experts would disagree” or “You didn’t go to school for that so how would you know?” In Nobody with Something to Say, Phil Pease shares a collection of essays bound together by a common theme: The world would be a better place if we cultivated thoughts and ideas instead of surrendering the terrain to “experts”—as if they are the only ones who have worthwhile thoughts. His essays liberate random thoughts that challenge the notion that meaningful contributions require gargantuan credentials, external validation, and money. Each essay ends with a small but potent open-ended question: “What do you think?” So the next time a random thought or idea jumps into your head, don’t let it shrivel away. Let it develop, and while it does, tell the world.< Less

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