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Ancestors of Thomas Lamb and May Violet Hart By Vivian Lamb Ricks
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This book contains ancestral data for Thomas Lamb (1880-1956) and May Violet Hart (1882-1974).
Ancestors of Thomas Lamb and May Violet Hart By Vivian Lamb Ricks
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This book contains ancestral data for Thomas Lamb (1880-1956) and May Violet Hart (1882-1974).
Thirty Years' View : Or, a History of the Working of the American Government for Thirty Years, from 1820 to 1850, Volume II (Illustrated) By Thomas Hart Benton
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“Thomas Hart Benton, known as a senator for thirty years in Congress, and as the author of several works, was born in Orange County, near Hillsborough, North Carolina, March 14th, 1782; and was... More > the son of Col. Jesse Benton, an able lawyer of that State, and of Ann Gooch, of Hanover county, Virginia, of the family of the Gooches of colonial residence in that State. By this descent, on the mother's side, he took his name from the head of the Hart family (Col. Thomas Hart, of Lexington, Kentucky), his mother's maternal uncle; and so became related to the numerous Hart family. He was cousin to Mrs. Clay, born Lucretia Hart, the wife of Henry Clay; and, by an easy mistake, was often quoted during his public life as the relative of Mr. Clay himself. He lost his father before he was eight years of age, and fell under the care of a mother still young, and charged with a numerous family, all of tender age—and devoting herself to them.”< Less
Thirty Years' View : Or, a History of the Working of the American Government for Thirty Years, from 1820 to 1850, Volume I (Illustrated) By Thomas Hart Benton
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“Thomas Hart Benton, known as a senator for thirty years in Congress, and as the author of several works, was born in Orange County, near Hillsborough, North Carolina, March 14th, 1782; and was... More > the son of Col. Jesse Benton, an able lawyer of that State, and of Ann Gooch, of Hanover county, Virginia, of the family of the Gooches of colonial residence in that State. By this descent, on the mother's side, he took his name from the head of the Hart family (Col. Thomas Hart, of Lexington, Kentucky), his mother's maternal uncle; and so became related to the numerous Hart family. He was cousin to Mrs. Clay, born Lucretia Hart, the wife of Henry Clay; and, by an easy mistake, was often quoted during his public life as the relative of Mr. Clay himself. He lost his father before he was eight years of age, and fell under the care of a mother still young, and charged with a numerous family, all of tender age—and devoting herself to them.”< Less
Bayonne High School Photography & Computer Graphics 2010-2011 By Thomas Hart & Charlann Meluso
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Photography and Computer Graphic collection by Megan Hanley and Elizabeth Ibrahim including various student works from Bayonne High School.
Latitudes: Light & Lines in the Work of Anthony Benton Gude & Thomas Hart Benton By Heather Sellers, Abbi Levine
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This publication seeks to further the scholarship on the art and legacy of the Benton family by exploring the landscape paintings of Thomas Hart Benton and his grandson Anthony Benton Gude. Although... More > the American tradition of capturing magnificent vistas can be traced back many centuries, Gude, and his grandfather before him, brings a deeply personal connection to the land. This beautifully illustrated tome presents fresh analysis of the landscape paintings of Benton and the recent series of Rocky Mountain views by Gude. In its spotlight on the “real” America, the authors of Latitudes reveal the nostalgia for an American past and a reverence for its present. From the formidable heights of the mountains to the fragile buds of summer flowers, both artists successfully express how, in a derisory moment, all may be lost. The explorations of the artists and the fervent lengths both have gone to capture the inner serenity and the vastness of the U.S. is a testament to American art.< Less
Madding Mission "Hart Crane Versus Eliot" Jotter Book By DESMOND KON
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“Hart Crane Versus Eliot” is a Madding Mission Jotter Book. Created by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé, the Madding Mission Series encourages hypergraphia. It thinks Plath writes... More > awesome poems. Plath should have met Dickinson. Dylan Thomas too. Shelley. Poe. Lord Byron. Artaud and Baudelaire. Who can forget Hart Crane? Versus Eliot. John Berryman and Robert Lowell, who knew they joined these ranks? And of course, Celan. Whitman, whose “right hand points to landscapes of continents, and a plain public road…. Perhaps it is everywhere on water and on land.” Together they would write great things, Plath thinks out loud, to no one in particular. She has brought her pen to paper. There is madness in the method, and sometimes a little bit or a whole lot of genius too.< Less
The Chosen By Andrew Hart
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After saving a man from dying a horrible death, Thomas is Chosen to join a worldwide task force comprised of those who keep the universe balanced. Thomas soon realizes that his new life is stranger... More > than fiction, when the minor power Draga is summoned from Third Hell, a place of unspeakable horror; seeking to enslave humans, and to establish a kingdom of darkness. Thomas and his partner Daniel race against the clock to try and stop Draga before she can carry out her plans of world domination. The future of earth hangs in the balance…< Less
Thirty Years' View, Vol. 2 By LewisThomas Hart CarrollBenton
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The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Volume 1, 3rd Edition By Barbara Jean Mathews
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. An entailed property case involving the sale of land in Old England connects both Gov.... More > Thomas Welles and his wife Alice (Tomes) Welles unequivocally to their origins and families in England. Volume 1 covers the Welles and Tomes ancestries in England and the first four generations to live in New England. The third edition shares newly discovered information on the couple’s marriage in England. Welles and his descendants played parts in two wars with Native American tribes, received a new colonial charter in 1662 from King Charles II and then protected it from an English governor in 1682, engaged in lively trade with England and the Caribbean, and fought in the French and Indian War. A few participated in the Revolutionary War. Among the surnames included here are Wells, Welles, Clark, Thompson, Hawkins, Chester, Botsford, Gridley, Hart, Hawley, Tomlinson, Nichols, Judson, Shelton and Curtiss.< Less