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The Midnight Riders By Augustin Seigneur et al.
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This book is about Paul Revere, William Dawes, Samuel Prescott, and the Midnight Ride
Festival of the Bones: Celebrating the Ancestors By Ile Orunmila Oshun
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Festival of the Bones--Celebrating the Ancestors is a manual for individuals who wish to begin or to deepen a practice of Ancestor Reverence. The articles are written by priests of Ile Orunmila Oshun... More > and are drawn from decades of practice and training in the art of Ancestor Reverence.< Less
Festival of the Bones: Celebrating the Ancestors By Ile Orunmila Oshun
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Festival of the Bones--Celebrating the Ancestors is a manual for individuals who wish to begin or to deepen a practice of Ancestor Reverence. The articles are written by priests of Ile Orunmila Oshun... More > and are drawn from decades of practice and training in the art of Ancestor Reverence.< Less
Killer of Killers By Mark M. DeRobertis
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He was the world’s greatest martial artist – a master of the world's deadliest art. Once revered, he became feared, and for that he blamed his homeland. America was no longer the land of... More > the free and the home of the brave. It had become the land of murder and the home of corruption. But for a man like Trent Smith – it was the perfect hunting ground.< Less
No Brighter Dawn By Vincent De Young
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In this original, concise, and easy-to-understand narrative about "America's Sunrise" on April 19, 1775, the author recaptures the inspiring events that began America's historic fight for... More > freedom. With exciting and careful detail, Paul Revere's "Midnight Ride" and the Minutemen's courageous stand against the British Regulars on the Lexington Common are related in a new and fascinating light. This includes the depiction of the brilliant sunrise that marked America's "first day" and the author's surprising answer to the question, "Who fired the first shot of the American Revolutionary War?" No Brighter Dawn not only relives in a refreshing new way the story of Paul Revere and the Minutemen and other patriots, it offers each of us the ideals that are essential for renewing and preserving American freedom.< Less
No Brighter Dawn By Vincent De Young
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In this original, concise, and easy-to-understand narrative about "America's Sunrise" on April 19, 1775, the author recaptures the inspiring events that began America's historic fight for... More > freedom. With exciting and careful detail, Paul Revere's "Midnight Ride" and the Minutemen's courageous stand against the British Regulars on the Lexington Common are related in a new and fascinating light. This includes the depiction of the brilliant sunrise that marked America's "first day" and the author's surprising answer to the question, "Who fired the first shot of the American Revolutionary War?" No Brighter Dawn not only relives in a refreshing new way the story of Paul Revere and the Minutemen and other patriots, it offers each of us the ideals that are essential for renewing and preserving American freedom.< Less
Tales of a Wayside Inn By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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The poems in the collection are told by a group of adults in the tavern of the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts, 20 miles from the poet's home in Cambridge, and a favorite resort for parties... More > from Harvard College. The narrators are friends of the author who, though they were not named, were so plainly characterized as to be easily recognizable. Among those of wider fame are Ole Bull, the violinist, and Thomas William Parsons, the poet and translator of Dante. Each of the three parts has a prelude and a finale, and there are interludes which link together the tales and introduce the narrators. The prelude for the first part begins: "One Autumn night, in Sudbury town, Across the meadows bare and brown, The windows of the wayside inn Gleamed red with fire-light..."< Less
Tales of a Wayside Inn By AlexHenry Wadsworth Longfellow
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The poems in the collection are told by a group of adults in the tavern of the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts, 20 miles from the poet's home in Cambridge, and a favorite resort for parties... More > from Harvard College. The narrators are friends of the author who, though they were not named, were so plainly characterized as to be easily recognizable. Among those of wider fame are Ole Bull, the violinist, and Thomas William Parsons, the poet and translator of Dante. Each of the three parts has a prelude and a finale, and there are interludes which link together the tales and introduce the narrators. The prelude for the first part begins: "One Autumn night, in Sudbury town, Across the meadows bare and brown, The windows of the wayside inn Gleamed red with fire-light..." Longfellow undertook the large-scale project in part to combat grief over the death of his wife Fanny in 1861.< Less
Heeding the Ancestral Call By Iya Ifalola Aboyade Omobola
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With no holds barred "Heeding the Ancestral Call" weaves a vivid tale of personal growth and discovery against the backdrop of late 20th century United States. Iya Ifalola Aboyade Omobola... More > brings you along for the ride of your life - her life as an African American woman, social activist, mother,and - as we enter the 21st century - high priest in the Yoruba tradition of West Africa. Her personal no-nonsense narrative draws you in on a roller coaster ride of political intrigue, esoteric adventure and self awakening. "Heeding the Ancestral Call" demands we all take a long hard look at what we perceive of life, love and community.< Less
Book of Mormon Puzzle Pages Volume 2 By Elizabethe Walton
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One puzzle for every page of the Book of Mormon covers pp 76-150.

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