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Statue of Liberty NYC By AMNON SUODAI
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The Statue of Liberty is perhaps New York City's most familiar landmark and the easiest one to overlook since it's only accessible by boat. This historic monument has welcomed so many generations of... More > hopeful Americans to our shores. The American Family Immigration History Center at Ellis Island (which is temporarily closed) contains more than 25 million Port of New York passenger arrival records and 900 ship pictures circa 1892–1924.< Less
The Statue of Liberty, in Filet-Crochet By Mary Card
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This piece is a reproduction of the statue of Liberty Enlightening the World, which stands on Liberty Island, New York Harbor, having been presented by the French nation to the people of the United... More > States in commemoration of their national Independence. Made in No. 60 mercerized cotton, this pattern requires six balls and measures twenty-eight inches by twelve inches. A No. 12 or No. 13 needle should be used. It is worked in plain blocks and spaces, except that the window openings will look best worked in lacets; that is, chain 5, miss 5, treble in next. The illustration shows clearly where the lacets shoud be put. The pattern is from 1919. Click on Preview this book to see the picture. It is on the first page, not on the cover.< Less
Liberty Sinclair's 5th Grade Journal By Emily Roy Fischer
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Welcome to the 5th Grade at Blue Oceanside Elementary School where Liberty Sinclair and her little sister Justice Sinclair go to school. Liberty is just a normal 5th grade student, except that kids... More > call her the Statue of Liberty and even Mrs Prosterfax can't get her name right (She calls her 'Library' - Can You Believe It.) Follow the all the scandals with Liberty in her new 5th Grade class with her friends Lori Burloffson and Moniqua Jones, as they try to steer clean of the new SplaWatch plastic sports watch crazy that has hit the school, especially with the Paisley Twins who love to dress in Pink Dresses! Liberty Sinclair has a good head on her shoulders, but she still manages to get caught up in all the everyday things that can drive a fifth grader crazy, from the school bullies The Bratwurst Brothers, to the smart phone snobs, to the ride on the school bus that you will never forget. Step inside East Oceanside Elementary School and follow the adventures of Liberty Sinclair's 5th Grade Journal.< Less
DIVIDED WE STAND By One Nation One Liberty One God
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*Presented in newspaper-quality B/W production* MEDIA, MESSAGING & MOTORCYCLES: How a small, Christian community stood up to religious repression by the ACLU and AU to defend its cultural... More > heritage, Sacred symbols, First Amendment religious liberties, and multigenerational traditions of honoring war Veterans.< Less
DIVIDED WE STAND By One Nation One Liberty One God
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***Hardcover COLOR version*** MEDIA, MESSAGING & MOTORCYCLES: How a small, Christian community stood up to religious repression by the ACLU and AU to defend its cultural heritage, Sacred symbols,... More > First Amendment religious liberties, and multigenerational traditions of honoring war Veterans.< Less
ALL THAT'S BEST OF TRUE AND RIGHT By Mark Fogarty
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ALL THAT'S BEST OF TRUE AND LIGHT Nick Johnson is in a familiar situation. He's been asked to be the temporary coach of a University of Monroe Metrics team. Only this time, it is the Golden Metrics,... More > one of the school's Division III teams. Nick must adjust to life in the minor leagues of collegiate WBB, but he finds an extraordinary spirit and cast of characters in these unforgettable Golden Metrics. In addition to the new team there are appearances by other characters from the earlier novels, most notably Julia, Lady Dagger, now nearing the end of her storied WNBA career. Add in the Statue of Liberty, the Hall of the Amendments, a haunted old hotel, the gym they call the Bill, and the familiar patter of sneakered feet on hardwood floors and you will be back in the funny, bittersweet world of the All That's Best series of March Madness novels.< Less
The Beaded Bag By Marcia Eibshutz
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A little's girls journey from Poland in 1920 to America.
Silent Footprints By Robert D. Greco, Jr.
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The story of an Ecuadorian immigrant whose struggles to make the American dream of playing baseball a reality. "Give me your tired, your poor. Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free. The... More > wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door."< Less
Case Computer John Lennon By Justin Tully
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While glancing at some documents online Trevor Rutledge is interrupted by the police investigation team trying to recover the lost case computer. Trevor shows them his computer, but before they tell... More > him not to he's clicked on a picture where a warm haze suddenly surrounds them all. The computer recognises the crime and throws them all back to December 1980 literally days before the murder takes place. Can they stop the inevitable from happening or will they simply stand by and watch history run its course? Find out in this latest edition of the Case Computers.< Less
Case Computer John Lennon By Justin Tully
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glancing at some documents online he's interrupted by the police investigation team trying to recover the lost computer. Trevor Rutledge shows them his computer, but before they tell him not to he's... More > clicked on a picture where a warm haze surrounds them all. The computer recognises the crime and throws them all back to December 1980 before the murder takes place. Can they stop the inevitable from happening or simply stand by and watch history run its course?< Less