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They Don't Mean Us: (South 2 North Pedaling all the Way) By David Woolgar
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The story of a middle aged husband and wife who decide to take a break from the norm of package holidays and saddle up their old peugeot bikes to try something very different for their summer... More > holiday. Lyrca free, they allow themselves three weeks to cycle from Guissan Plage on the Mediterranean up through France to St.Malo on the north Brittany coast. Armed with a sense of humour, a healthy appetite for wine and food, they head out on the highway looking for adventure in what ever comes their way.< Less
Louisiana By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Louisiana Highway 161 (LA 161) is a state highway located in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana. It runs 4.30 miles (6.92 km) in a southwest to northeast direction from LA 2 Alternate in... More > Gordon to the Arkansas state line.The route is entirely rural, providing a connection between highways leading to Haynesville and Homer in Claiborne Parish with Arkansas Highway 15 leading to El Dorado, Arkansas. Though it travels diagonally, LA 161 carries north–south directional banners.From the southwest, LA 161 begins at an intersection with LA 2 Alternate at Gordon, a point 5.7 miles (9.2 km) east of Haynesville in Claiborne Parish. The route proceeds northeast through a rural area covered by pine forests. After 3.2 miles (5.1 km), LA 161 intersects LA 520, which heads south to LA 2 Alternate at a point known as Colquitt. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Highway_161 Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
JRW: The Fukien Mission By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England and was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his work and his family. This book contains extracts from various sources which set a broad picture in terms of the political and practical circumstances in China in the missionary field of which John Richard was a part.< Less
JRW: Story of the Fuh-kien Mission By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England from 1857 and after being ordained deacon in St. Paul’s cathedral in May 1861 he was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his working environment, his achievements and his family. This book contains “The Story of The Fuh-kien Mission of the Church Missionary Society”, third edition, published in 1890 and the fourth edition published in 1904.< Less
JRW: Foochow Missionaries By John Fitzgerald & Frances Slater
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JRW: John Richard Wolfe was born in 1832 in the townland of Mallavonea, near Skibbereen, Co. Cork, Ireland. He was the second son of farmer Richard Wolfe and Susan Croston, a Church of Ireland... More > family. John followed a religious path early in his life being a Scripture Reader for the Irish Church Mission. He then trained as a missionary with the Church Missionary Society (C.M.S) in England from 1857 and after being ordained deacon in St. Paul’s cathedral in May 1861 he was assigned to Foochow in South China. He landed there in 1862 and successfully pursued his missionary work until he died in 1915. John married and had six children. He was made Archdeacon in 1887 and Vice-President of the C.M.S in 1910. We have produced a number of books that give an insight into aspects of his working environment, his achievements and his family. This book contains the account of the “Foochow Missionaries 1847 to 1880” that Ellsworth Carlson published in 1974.< Less
The Life Of Thomas Paine, Vol. 2. (of 2) With A History of His Literary, Political and Religious Career in America France, and England By Moncure Daniel Conway
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Moncure Daniel Conway (March 17, 1832 – November 15, 1907)... More > was an American abolitionist as well as at various times a Methodist, Unitarian and Freethought minister. The radical writer descended from patriotic and patrician families of Virginia and Maryland spent most of the final four decades of his life abroad in England and France, where he wrote biographies of Edmund Randolph, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Thomas Paine, as well as his own autobiography, and led freethinkers in London's South Place Chapel.Conway was born in Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia, to parents descended from the First Families of Virginia. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moncure_D._Conway< Less
(PDF)The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 3) Raw Travel France By A Greenman
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The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part true short story series, about the real life experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts... More > collectively form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World’. In Part 3, Raw Travel France, the wanderer is led by his internal compass to search for work as a carpenter. Successful, and with the money he earns, Adam cycles toward the South of France, where he volunteers with W.W.O.O.F movement (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms), staying in a yurt, a tepee and a broken down camper. Chopping wood, making bread and living off of the grid. After nearly five months of journeying, he returns to England for a very short spell, before another adventure lands on his lap. This true story leads into and is followed by Part 4 of ‘The Adventures of a Greenman, Raw Travel Spain’. Enjoy these inspirational tales, a must read for all apprentice professional travellers of the earth and spirit.< Less
Faith and Courage in a Time of Trouble By France Pruitt As Told to Judy Priven
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This book tells the story of a nominally Jewish Belgian family who spent more than four years during the Second World War as refugees in the south of France. The narrator was five years old when the... More > family left Brussels and ten when they returned. At first, the family lived openly in a rented farm, supporting themselves as farmers. But they eventually had to go into hiding and were sheltered by families in the region who risked their lives by doing so. In June of 2005, several members of the family returned to the region to dedicate a granite bench in honor of the courageous efforts of its people. Speeches and pictures from the dedication ceremony are presented at the end of the book.< Less
Faith and Courage in a Time of Trouble By France Pruitt As Told to Judy Priven
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This book tells the story of a nominally Jewish Belgian family who spent more than four years during the Second World War as refugees in the south of France. The narrator was five years old when the... More > family left Brussels and ten when they returned. At first, the family lived openly in a rented farm, supporting themselves as farmers. But they eventually had to go into hiding and were sheltered by families in the region who risked their lives by doing so. In June of this year, several members of the family returned to the region to dedicate a granite bench in honor of the courageous efforts of its people. Speeches and pictures from the dedication ceremony are presented at the end of the book.< Less
Une politique europeenne : la France, la Russie, l'Allemagne et la guerre au Transvaal [French] By Etienne Grosclaude
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