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Assassin By Tango Wayne
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Sent out one morning by his mother to hunt for food, Dav is the only literate member of his small clan, excellent with a game bow, but sadly lacking with axe, sword and pike. He returns laden from... More > his hunt to find his village burning and his family and kin being slaughtered by a group of mounted soldiers led by a witch. Determined to avenge his family, Dav meets a strange creature in the forest and is changed into the fearful, near-invisible thrate, a deadly assassin. What is it the witch seeks and how will Dav and Cil defeat her?< Less
The Loss of Foundation: The Church, Foundationalism, Non-Foundationalism and the Linguistic Revolution By James Strauss
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Featured Essays: Postmodernism and the Emergent Church Movement; Autopsy on the Death of Language; Kenneth L. Pike’s Tagmemics; Community and Cross-Paradigm Communication: The Word of God and... More > Human Language; Demise of Language as a Vehicle for True Truth: Postmodern Search for Community without Conviction; The Search for Meaning in Our Postmodern Culture; The Search for a Criterion of Meaning; Nietzsche’s Step Children: All Interpretation is Misinterpretation; Narrative Displacement and the Corruption of Language; Merchants of Commercialism: The Postmodern Culture of Sensationalism and Amusement From Barnum to Barna; The Christian Faith and the Enlightenment: The Demise of Foundationalism in Hume and Kant; The Christian Faith and Theories of the Origin and Nature of Language< Less
The Alchemical Keys To Masonic Ritual By Timothy Hogan
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This is the first book which establishes a direct link between the rituals of Freemasonry and the practice of both chemical and spiritual alchemy. Albert Pike understood that the symbolic degrees of... More > Freemasonry contained alchemical secrets, but he never put the whole pattern together and showed how. This book shows these connections for the first time. This book is a must for any Freemason who wants to understand the secret meanings behind the Symbolic "Blue Lodge" ritual. Tim Hogan is a PM, 32*KCCH, KT, FRC, PSM-AMD, and Knight RC of the Royal Order of Scotland. He lectures extensively both inside and outside of the United States on Freemasonry.< Less
Nelson Family By Barbra Dowe
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Surnames besides Nelson include: Adams, Allen, Barkhouse, Barnes, Best, Boyce, Bright, Brown, Coan, Crohan, Daly, Dowe, Emerson, Everrill, Fawcett, Fisher, Forsythe, Frye, Gay, Gilroy, Goodwin,... More > Green, Harper, Hayden, Herrett, Hill, Hooper, Horton, Hunter, Johnson, Kelley, King, Lee, Lewis, Mangan, Mansell, Maynard, McCormick, Miller, Mills, Milton, Montgomery, O'Connell, Parker, Pike, Reed, Ripley, Scafuri, Sheppard, Smith, Sonoda, Sotiropoulos, St. Croix, Steeves, Stone, Stonehouse, Zacofsky, and many more.< Less
Diserens Migration From Switzerland to Texas By Larry Wade Bowen
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This is the Diserens family's story before and after the migration from Switzerland to Texas. The migration began when Jean (John)David Diserens at the age of eighteen in the year 1814 decided to... More > immigrate to America. Jean traveled with two cousins who were brothers, and all arrived by ship in New York. The cousins migrated to the Cincinnati area. Jean David migrated to the following areas: Greenville County, South Carolina; Barren, Kentucky; Pike, Illinois; and on to South Texas in a covered wagon. It was a difficult journey as they had twin babies born in 1846. They lived through hard times including the Civil War. This book was intended as a genealogical guide of the author's ancestors< Less
Diserens Migration From Switzerland to Texas By Larry Wade Bowen
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This is the Diserens family's story before and after the migration from Switzerland to Texas. The migration began when Jean (John)David Diserens at the age of eighteen in the year 1814 decided to... More > immigrate to America. Jean traveled with two cousins who were brothers, and all arrived by ship in New York. The cousins migrated to the Cincinnati area. Jean David migrated to the following areas: Greenville County, South Carolina; Barren, Kentucky; Pike, Illinois; and on to South Texas in a covered wagon. It was a difficult journey as they had twin babies born in 1846. They lived through hard times including the Civil War. This book was intended as a genealogical guide of the author's ancestors.< Less
Slavery In Eastern Kentucky By Marlitta H. Perkins
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On the surface, slavery never seemed to play a large role in Eastern Kentucky, which has led to the impression over the years that it was almost non-existent. A closer look at numerous surviving... More > records however revealed that the number of slaves was not as small as previously assumed. Slavery In Eastern Kentucky is a treasure trove of documents and records, covering the counties of Boyd, Carter, Floyd, Greenup, Johnson, Lawrence, Magoffin, Morgan and Pike. A great tool for family genealogists as well as for those who want to discover and explore this almost forgotten part of Eastern Kentucky history.< Less
Zoya By Rafflesia FS
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This is an author's story that has been passed down to their offspring and was inspired about their heredity. The story began with some scientists from Persia tried to sail across the Indian Ocean in... More > order to find spices in Indonesia. Unfortunately they did not reach the destination and finally their ship was stranded at the southern tip of Sumatra island called Teluk Bayu. They mingled and one of them married with a local woman and had a daughter named Zoya. Then a beautiful young lady Zoya made a rebel youth named Burnama kept chasing her until she married with a British officer, and created the anger of Burnama.< Less
Colorado By Auto By N Walker
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6 x 9, 333 pages, color. This is a self guided 10 day auto tour of Colorado in the summer of 2005. The book provides information and photographs of popular Colorado scenic attractions. ... More > Maps and routes presented can serve as a guide for choosing sightseeing priorities and for planning daily travel and lodging activity. The trip started and ended in Colorado Springs.The loop included several National Parks as well as regional tourist attractions. The book covers Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, Air Force Academy, Royal Gorge, Sands NM, Durango, Durango- Silverton Train and Mesa Verde NP, Telluride, Ouray, Black Canyon NM, Colorado Monument, Rocky Mountain NP, Denver Botanic Garden and Denver Air and Transportation Museum.< Less
American Trails Revisited-The Santa Fe Trail By Lyn Wilkerson
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The Santa Fe Trail began its life as primarily a commercial venture. Following a route used at least partially by the Spaniard explorer Francisco Vazquez de Coronado (1541) and later by Zebulon... More > Montgomery Pike (1806), it served as the primary trade route between the growing American West and the Mexican territories. The Santa Fe Trail provided trade in basic dry goods with the northern Mexican settlements, and later provided a connection in the southern trade route to California. The Santa Fe was a primary source of people, goods and mail, only to be supplanted in 1880 by what would become the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe Railroad. This excerpt from 'American Trails Revisited' follows the Santa Fe from Kansas City, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, exploring the history of the Native Americans and early explorers through the South Central Plains and into the Southwest.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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