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American Cadets March Easy Piano Sheet Music By Robert Browne Hall
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Robert Browne Hall's 1893 March for Easy Piano A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
American Cadets March Easy Piano Sheet Music Pdf By Robert Browne Hall
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A SilverTonalities Arrangement! Easy Note Style Sheet Music Letter Names of Notes embedded in each Notehead!
ROBERT ADAIR: AN ADAIR FAMILY HISTORY By Shirley Brown Adair
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Adair family history has been the subject of several publications. E. Starr's "History of the Cherokee Indians" (1921) delineates many Adair families. J. Barnett Adair's book, “Adair... More > History and Genealogy" (1924) is a good look at several early Adair families. "Early Adairs of Laurens County, South Carolina", compiled by M. Brownlee, is a search of that county's wills, estates, deeds and other court records. “The Georgians” (1986) by J. Holland Austin explores several Adair families. M. Adair Dabbs's Supplement (1976) to A. DuBill's “Five Hundred First Families of America” is also recommended reading. L. Z. Adair has printed books on families scattered throughout the US and abroad. He is considered a clearinghouse for individuals researching Adair families today. This book examines Adair families coming to America before the Revolution and follows the migration of Robert Adair, son of Joseph Adair, Jr. westward to Tennessee and Mississippi. Cover Image: Oscar Lee Adair, 10 July 1899 - 6 Jan 1975< Less
ROBERT ADAIR: AN ADAIR FAMILY HISTORY By Shirley Brown Adair
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Adair family history has been the subject of several publications. E. Starr's "History of the Cherokee Indians" (1921) delineates many Adair families. J. Barnett Adair's book, “Adair... More > History and Genealogy" (1924) is a good look at several early Adair families. "Early Adairs of Laurens County, South Carolina", compiled by M. Brownlee, is a search of that county's wills, estates, deeds and other court records. “The Georgians” (1986) by J. Holland Austin explores several Adair families. M. Adair Dabbs's Supplement (1976) to A. DuBill's “Five Hundred First Families of America” is also recommended reading. L. Z. Adair has printed books on families scattered throughout the US and abroad. He is considered a clearinghouse for individuals researching Adair families today. This book examines Adair families coming to America before the Revolution and follows the migration of Robert Adair, son of Joseph Adair, Jr. westward to Tennessee and Mississippi. Cover Image: Oscar Lee Adair, 10 July 1899 - 6 Jan 1975< Less
A Blot in the Scutcheon By Robert Browning
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The setting for A Blot in the 'Scutcheon is 18th century England. The tragic play is full of romance, misconceptions, and characters bringing down on themselves their own misfortunes. The poetry of... More > Browning enhances the dialogue in this play.< Less
Browning and the Dramatic Monologue By S. S. (Samuel Silas) Curry
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JOHN BROWN'S BODY By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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JOHN BROWN (1800-1859) John Brown was an American abolitionist, born in Connecticut and raised in Ohio. He felt passionately and violently that he must personally fight to end slavery. In 1856, in... More > retaliation for the sack of Lawrence, he led the murder of five proslavery men on the banks of the Pottawatomie River. He stated that he was an instrument in the hand of God. Brown did not end there. On Oct. 16, 1859, Brown and 21 followers captured the U.S. arsenal at Harpers Ferry. Brown planned the takeover as the first step in his liberation of the slaves, but it was taken the next morning by Robert E. Lee. Brown was hanged on Dec. 2, 1859. He became a martyr for many because of the dignity and sincerity that he displayed during his popular trial. Benet wrote "John Brown's Body," an epic about the Civil War. He framed his poem around the life and death of John Brown.< Less
RHYMES and REASON By Robert Lynn Brown
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A collection of poems written by Robert Lynn Brown, categorized into sections titled ERATO—The Poetic Muse and Other Fine Arts; EROS—The Ups and Downs of Romantic Love;... More > STORGE—Family Ties and Times; PROHYMNIA—Songs of Faith and Hope; and THALIA—Just For Fun!< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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