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Early Adventures at Put-in-Bay, Middle Bass and Johnson's Island By Michael Gora
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The stories in this book provide an important historical picture of what travelers to the Lake Erie Islands encountered in the 18th and early 19th centuries. I believe they are also interesting to a... More > larger set of readers who would like answers to the following questions: Could Put-in-Bay harbor have been located on Middle Bass Island in the 18th century, and not on South Bass Island? Why were the Lake Erie Islands called the “Isles of Terror”? Who found the dead body of a French trader on North Bass Island in 1793 and buried it there? What occasion led to singing accompanied by flute music in a cavern in Put-in-Bay in 1819? How was Johnson’s Island selected for the prison there during the Civil War? What was life like for the Confederate soldiers imprisoned on Johnson’s Island? What did John Yates Beall, the “Pirate of Lake Erie”, look like? And many more.< Less
Discovery Bay By Donald Kirk
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A Young Detectives Mystery™ for junior teens. Hardcover edition. Pen & Ink illustrations by the author. Jason Lockwood and Wendy Whitecastle meet in a small fishing village called Crab... More > Creek and are thrown into a mystery brimming with thrilling action and wild adventures as they, along with a raucous old seafaring captain, try to discover the secret of the haunted Skull Island. For all boys and girls, ages 10 to 14, who like thrilling adventure stories and Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys-type mysteries. Includes glossary of nautical terms. Reviews: "Great, fun novel for kids who like to lay in bed at night and read." and "I couldn't put the thing down, read it straight through and I'm 73."< Less
Discovery Bay By Donald Kirk
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A Young Detectives Mystery™ for junior teens. Trade paper, Pen &Ink illustrations by the author. Jason Lockwood and Wendy Masterson meet in a small fishing village called Crab Creek and are... More > thrown into a mystery brimming with thrilling action and wild adventures as they, along with a raucous old seafaring captain, try to discover the secret of the haunted Skull Island. For all boys and girls, ages 10 to 14, who like thrilling adventure stories and Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys-type mysteries. Includes glossary of nautical terms. Reviews: "Great, fun novel for kids who like to lay in bed at night and read." and "I couldn't put the thing down, read it straight through and I'm 73."< Less
The Ghosts of Frenchman’s Bay By Elizabeth Ramsay
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Stricken by the recent death of her mother, 33-year-old Alexandra Gortchakova moves from Washington to the secluded Calabrese Estate in Sorrento, Maine. She needs time to put behind her... More > mother’s lifelong animus towards her and to weigh the odds of resuming life with her boyfriend, John Hefner, currently under contractual obligations in Brazil. Despite its idyllic splendor, Alex soon learns that the estate has been plagued by a series of tragedies. On her first day at the estate, Alex also makes the acquaintance of a ruggedly handsome man, Jason Faulk, who helps her move into the lodge the morning of her arrival. But dark clouds are gathering over her secluded paradise. Within a week of settling in, Alex is confronted by a series of disturbing events. In the end and after many surprises, it is the death of a close friend which--at the risk of their own lives--will become the catalyst for Alex and her childhood friend Tina St. James to uncover the true secret of the Calabrese Estate.< Less
The Ghosts of Frenchman’s Bay By Elizabeth Ramsay
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Stricken by the recent death of her mother, 33-year-old Alexandra Gortchakova moves from Washington to the secluded Calabrese Estate in Sorrento, Maine. She needs time to put behind her... More > mother’s lifelong animus towards her and to weigh the odds of resuming life with her boyfriend, John Hefner, currently under contractual obligations in Brazil. Despite its idyllic splendor, Alex soon learns that the estate has been plagued by a series of tragedies. On her first day at the estate, Alex also makes the acquaintance of a ruggedly handsome man, Jason Faulk, who helps her move into the lodge the morning of her arrival. But dark clouds are gathering over her secluded paradise. Within a week of settling in, Alex is confronted by a series of disturbing events. In the end and after many surprises, it is the death of a close friend which--at the risk of their own lives--will become the catalyst for Alex and her childhood friend Tina St. James to uncover the true secret of the Calabrese Estate.< Less
Behind Her Lies Truth By Bay Path Students
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Every topic addressed in this book are matters of each writer’s heart. It will reveal problems that are passionate to every writer. Conversely, every issue is unveiled in hopes to bring... More > worldwide awareness. It is imperative to bring awareness about the lack of sufficient support for mothers with substance use disorders, the importance of early education and the funds needed, children being negatively affected by over usage of video games, and the damaging effects of emotional child abuse. Every writer’s topic has been thoroughly researched and gives remedies to challenging worldwide problems. Each writer has presented writing paradigms that may assist other students in refining their proficiencies. They have presented great examples of MLA and APA research writing layouts. These student writers put their hearts into their research because they chose topics that they are passionate about, and employed their education to elevate awareness to inspire change.< Less
Our Garden of Struggles By Bay Path Students
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All of the topics are different, but they impact our lives in similar ways. We are all very passionate about our subjects, since we truly relate to our writing. The reality is that life can be tough... More > and often it teaches us to be stronger for ourselves, our families, and for those whom we wish to help. In our book, we research many topics such as children with autism and those affected emotionally by being bullied by their peers. We also discuss the experiences of women whom have suffered through domestic violence and how their families have been impacted. We explore the challenges of a cancer diagnosis on the patients and their families. In additional research, we look at the inequality of pay for women in the work place versus men. We also examined the stress and challenges facing adult learners returning to school.  Finally, we looked at the unfairness in social economics and ideas to remedy this problem in today’s society. We have all come together and put a lot of effort into our review of these topics.< Less
Francis Drake in Nehalem Bay 1579: Setting the Historical Record Straight By Garry D. Gitzen
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Setting the Historical Record Straight Puts to rest the disputed site of Francis Drake's careening of his ship the Golden Hinde on the Pacific Northwest shores in the summer of 1579. Examines the... More > topography, ethnology and geology of Nehalem Bay, Oregon. Heavily illustrated and documented, 258 pages.< Less
Put Some Mayo on That: Leaves from My Journal of a Month in the West of Ireland By Susan Dorsey Boland
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Writing about the country she loves, Boland delivers a love letter to the ancestral homeland she triumphantly returned to. This gifted storyteller, scripting one of the world’s most beautiful... More > coastlines, The Coast Road of Clew Bay, with her perceptive cultural insights and warm sense of humor, has delivered a landmark in travel writing. Leaves from her journal are subtly stitched together with threads of local history, time-honored traditions, and the charm of her Irish friends and acquaintances who inhabit this different world. Presented with truthfulness and wit, Put Some Mayo on That is the next best thing to your own month in Mayo. Leave behind the limitations of modern travel and encounter the joys of letting the place guide you.< Less
Put Some Mayo On That: Leaves from My Journal of a Month In the West of Ireland By Susan Dorsey Boland
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Writing about the country she loves, Boland delivers a love letter to the ancestral homeland she triumphantly returned to. This gifted storyteller, scripting one of the world’s most beautiful... More > coastlines, The Coast Road of Clew Bay, with her perceptive cultural insights and warm sense of humor, has delivered a landmark in travel writing. Leaves from her journal are subtly stitched together with threads of local history, time-honored traditions, and the charm of her Irish friends and acquaintances who inhabit this different world. Presented with truthfulness and wit, Put Some Mayo on That is the next best thing to your own month in Mayo. Leave behind the limitations of modern travel and encounter the joys of letting the place guide you.< Less