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Great Victorian Poets - Volume 2 By Elizabeth Barrett Browning et al.
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19th Century England was a nation coming to terms with its rise as an industrial superpower. Many of the social problems associated with this and the new social formations provided inspiration to our... More > three Great Victorian poets. Dante Gabriel Rossetti and the rest of the Pre Raphaelites looked backwards for the supposedly rural idylls and chivalry of past times. Robert Browning whose dramatic verse and dramatic monologues reflected the nations desire for grand themes. Elizabeth Barrett Browning poems reflected the concern with social reform and the position of women in this new order. All three poets sought to make sense of the Victorian age that was filled with hypocrisy, paradox and double standards. All three although conservative in character, were outsiders to this world and offered viewpoints that questioned the status quo.< Less
Overhome Jason Holloman And Martha Brown Holloman Six Generations of Their Descendants By Charlie D Roberts Jr et al.
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A prevalent curiosity among humans focuses on their kin and where they fit among their kinsfolks. Some answers can be found rather easily while others require sifting, meticulously, through... More > collections of records and listening to, comparing, and verifying oral histories. Holloman Family members whose deep roots are in Southampton County, Virginia will find answers to their questions in OverHome -- Jason Holloman and Martha Brown Holloman, Six Generations of Their Descendants. This recorded journey has continued since the 19th century.< Less
50 Greatest Poems of Elizabeth Barratt Browning By Elizabeth Barratt Browning
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Elizabeth Barrett was born in Durham in 1806. She had from the age of 15 suffered from illness caused her to be a semi-invalid for long periods of time. After her Mother died ,her Father took his... More > family to London ,it was during this period that Elizabeth was introduced to some of the great poets and writers of her day including Wordsworth and Tennyson. Between 1840 and 1844 Elizabeth concentrated on her poetry and when she published two volumes in 1844 , they were a popular and critical success. In 1845 Elizabeth Barrett met Robert Browning another poet who admired her work, and after a period of courtship they eloped in 1846. They went to live in Italy and had a child born in 1849. Elizabeth’s poetry was widely acclaimed both in the United Kingdom and the United States. However her health deteriorated and surrounded by her family, Elizabeth Barrett Browning died in 1861. Elizabeth Barrett Browning was influential to latter poets who admired her scope of subjects.< Less
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee By by Captain Robert E. Lee, His Son
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Contents: Chapter I Services in the United States Army Captain Lee, of the Engineers, a hero to his child--The family pets--Home from the Mexican War--Three years in Baltimore-- Superintendent of... More > the West Point Military Academy--Lieutenant- Colonel of Second Cavalry--Supresses "John Brown Raid" at Harper's Ferry--Commands the Department of Taxes . Chapter II The Confederate General Resigns from Colonelcy of First United States Cavalry--Motives for this step--Chosen to command Virginia forces--Anxiety about his wife, family, and possessions--Chief advisor to President Davis-- Battle of Manassas--Military operations in West Virginia--Letter to State Governor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Chapter III Letters to Wife and Daughters From Camp on Sewell's Mountain--Quotation from Colonel Taylor's book--From Professor Wm. P. Trent--From Mr. Davis's Memorial Address--Defense of Southern ports--Christmas, 1861--The General AND MORE< Less
Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee By by Captain Robert E. Lee, His Son
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Contents: Chapter I Services in the United States Army Captain Lee, of the Engineers, a hero to his child--The family pets--Home from the Mexican War--Three years in Baltimore-- Superintendent of... More > the West Point Military Academy--Lieutenant- Colonel of Second Cavalry--Supresses "John Brown Raid" at Harper's Ferry--Commands the Department of Taxes . Chapter II The Confederate General Resigns from Colonelcy of First United States Cavalry--Motives for this step--Chosen to command Virginia forces--Anxiety about his wife, family, and possessions--Chief advisor to President Davis-- Battle of Manassas--Military operations in West Virginia--Letter to State Governor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Chapter III Letters to Wife and Daughters From Camp on Sewell's Mountain--Quotation from Colonel Taylor's book--From Professor Wm. P. Trent--From Mr. Davis's Memorial Address--Defense of Southern ports--Christmas, 1861--The General AND MORE< Less
The Family Forest® Descendants of Sir Robert Parke By Bruce Harrison
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This is the Sir Robert Parke who came to America from England in the "Arbella" as secretary to John Winthrop in 1630. This genealogy book of 490 pages covering 14 generations of his... More > descendants, including well-known figures such as William "The Signer" Williams, Maj.-Gen. George B. McClellan, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Child, Princess Diana, Humphrey Bogart, President Warren Harding, Oliver Platt, and the Ford and Firestone heirs. Also included are surnames Abbott, Ashley, Avery, Bailey, Baldwin, Barnes, Bass, Benedict, Bishop, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Cook, Cotton, Douglas, Ely, Fairbanks, Field, Floyd, Foster, Freeman, Gardner, Gore, Green, Hamilton, Hammond, Harris, Holmes, Houghton, Hunt, Johnson, Jones, Kent, King, Leeds, Lyons, McCall, Mitchell, Morgan, Nichols, Page, Palmer, Parker, Parks, Parsons, Peabody, Perkins, Porter, Rockwell, Rowe, Seymour, Smith, Spencer, Stone, Strong, Sullivan, Taylor, Tracy, Watson, Wheeler, Whitney, Wood, Wright, Young, and many others.< Less
The Family Forest® Descendants of Sir Robert Parke By Bruce Harrison
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This is the Sir Robert Parke who came to America from England in the "Arbella" as secretary to John Winthrop in 1630. This genealogy book of 490 pages covering 14 generations of his... More > descendants, including well-known figures such as William "The Signer" Williams, Maj.-Gen. George B. McClellan, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Katharine Hepburn, Julia Child, Princess Diana, Humphrey Bogart, President Warren Harding, Oliver Platt, and the Ford and Firestone heirs. Also included are surnames Abbott, Ashley, Avery, Bailey, Baldwin, Barnes, Bass, Benedict, Bishop, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Cook, Cotton, Douglas, Ely, Fairbanks, Field, Floyd, Foster, Freeman, Gardner, Gore, Green, Hamilton, Hammond, Harris, Holmes, Houghton, Hunt, Johnson, Jones, Kent, King, Leeds, Lyons, McCall, Mitchell, Morgan, Nichols, Page, Palmer, Parker, Parks, Parsons, Peabody, Perkins, Porter, Rockwell, Rowe, Seymour, Smith, Spencer, Stone, Strong, Sullivan, Taylor, Tracy, Watson, Wheeler, Whitney, Wood, Wright, Young, and many others.< Less
Tale of Two Families - John Brown and Abbe Lavina Colaw By Diana J Muir
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One might think that a common name such as Brown would lead to an ordinary family. That is not the case for this family. Descended from John Brown and his family, who traveled on board the Mayflower,... More > they descended from the Kings and Queens of Europe and can be traced back to the Merovingian Kings of France and the Sea Kings of Norway. Among the most notable ancestors are John Brown of the Mayflower, Robert Dudley (a favorite of Queen Elizabeth), the Lords of Kerr in Selkirk, Scotland, the Dukes of Northumberland, and the Douglas family. The Colaw/Coler/Kohler family shares the same German ancestors as President Roosevelt and includes the Comte Jean de Graf in Picardy, France. Front Page photo- families departing the Mayflower Rear Page Photo - Aldnick Castle , the home of the Dukes of Northumberland and used recently for the Harry Potter movies.< Less
The Brown Message - The Code Inside "The Da Vinci Code" By Frederico Duarte C.
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What if Dan Brown hid a code inside "The Da Vinci Code"? Portuguese journalist Frederico Duarte Carvalho explains on this short novel - a rought translation of part of his original book... More > published in Portugal (July 2006) "A Mensagem Brown" - how you can find a code that starts on chapter 5 of the Dan Brown's famous book with the word "Portugal". It's during Bishop Aringarosa's flight. And, by the way, have you ever noticed what is the number of that flight from New York to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome? Does the number 1618 ring a bell? Yes, you are right, it's the same number as PHI, the Divine Proportion number... Now, on wich chapters can we find booth numbers? And what happens when we add them? Like professor Robert Langdon says: "There are symbols hidden in places you would never imagine". Find out how a small country like Portugal is the Port of the Grail where Columbus received the mission to find the New World. You can also contact the author at: fredericoduartec@gmail.com< Less
The Brown Message - The Code Inside "The Da Vinci Code" By Frederico Duarte C.
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What if Dan Brown hid a code inside "The Da Vinci Code"? Portuguese journalist Frederico Duarte Carvalho explains on this short novel - a rought translation of part of his original book... More > published in Portugal (July 2006) "A Mensagem Brown" - how you can find a code that starts on chapter 5 of the Dan Brown's famous book with the word "Portugal". It's during Bishop Aringarosa's flight. And, by the way, have you ever noticed what is the number of that flight from New York to Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome? Does the number 1618 ring a bell? Yes, you are right, it's the same number as PHI, the Divine Proportion number... Now, on wich chapters can we find booth numbers? And what happens when we add them? Like professor Robert Langdon says: "There are symbols hidden in places you would never imagine". Find out how a small country like Portugal is the Port of the Grail where Columbus received the mission to find the New World. You can also contact the author at: fredericoduartec@gmail.com< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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