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Mayi the Essence By Virginia Solorzano de Wood
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MAYI the Essence, is an extraordinary and intriguing story about two men. Jason Santivan becomes a thief as the result of a terrible tragedy when he was a child; Marcos Barrantes is a policeman, who... More > is struck by the unthinkable. One lives in opulence, the other one, only seeks revenge. Destiny brings them together to the heart of a jungle in South America where they almost die but are saved by an Indian tribe unknown to civilization, called Miyiashims, who call Mother Nature, MAYI. There, Jason and Marcos change their outlooks on life. When they emerge from the jungle they have a new purpose: to save MAYI.< Less
MAYI the Essence By Virginia Solorzano de Wood
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MAYI the Essence, is an extraordinary and intriguing story about two men. Jason Santivan becomes a thief as the result of a terrible tragedy when he was a child; Marcos Barrantes is a policeman, who... More > is struck by the unthinkable. One lives in opulence, the other one, only seeks revenge. Destiny brings them together to the heart of a jungle in South America where they almost die but are saved by an Indian tribe unknown to civilization, called Miyiashims, who call Mother Nature, MAYI. There, Jason and Marcos change their outlooks on life. When they emerge from the jungle they have a new purpose: to save MAYI.< Less
Cynthia Ann Parker: The Story of Her Capture: At the Massacre of the Inmates of Parker's Fort ; of her quarter of a Century Spent Among the Comanches, as the wife of the War Chief, Peta Nocona; and of Her Recapture at the Battle of Pease River By James T. DeShields
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CONTEMPORARY with, and among the earliest of the daring and hardy pioneers that penetrated the eastern portion of the Mexican province of Texas, were the "Parker family" who immigrated from... More > Cole county, Illinois, in the fall of the year 1833, settling on the west side of the Navasota Creek, near the site of the present town of Groesbeck, in Limestone county, one or two of the family coming a little earlier and some a little later. The elder John Parker was a native of Virginia, resided for a time in Elbert county, Georgia, but chiefly reared his family in Bedford county, Tennessee, whence in 1818 he removed to Illinois.< Less
The Captain and Thomasine By Don Floyd
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Grew up a girl, became a soldier, dressed as a woman,defended herself in stunning Jamestown court case. Cross-dressing was not all that uncommon in the 17th Century, not among the English and not... More > among the Native Americans of Virginia. But the Thomas/Thomasine Hall case of 1629 was not about cross-dressing as we think of it today. It was about choice-dressing – it was about America’s first known intersexual, her struggle for identity in a male-female world and her choice to dress as a woman despite efforts of settlers in Jamestown to force her to dress as a man. Thomasine Hall testified during a March 25, 1629, session of the Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia that she was christened as a girl in Newcastle upon Tyne, named Thomasine and was raised as a girl. She considered herself a girl in childhood and a woman in adulthood. It was her wish to be called a woman, to be called Thomasine, which was her birth name.< Less
The Captain and Thomasine By Don Floyd
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Grew up a girl, became a soldier, dressed as a woman,defended herself in stunning Jamestown court case. Cross-dressing was not all that uncommon in the 17th Century, not among the English and not... More > among the Native Americans of Virginia. But the Thomas/Thomasine Hall case of 1629 was not about cross-dressing as we think of it today. It was about choice-dressing - it was about America's first known intersexual, her struggle for identity in a male-female world and her choice to dress as a woman despite efforts of settlers in Jamestown to force her to dress as a man. Thomasine Hall testified during a March 25, 1629, session of the Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia that she was christened as a girl in Newcastle upon Tyne, named Thomasine and was raised as a girl. She considered herself a girl in childhood and a woman in adulthood. It was her wish to be called a woman, to be called Thomasine, which was her birth name.< Less
The Captain and Thomasine By Don Floyd
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Grew up a girl, became a soldier, dressed as a woman,defended herself in stunning Jamestown court case. Cross-dressing was not all that uncommon in the 17th Century, not among the English and not... More > among the Native Americans of Virginia. But the Thomas/Thomasine Hall case of 1629 was not about cross-dressing as we think of it today. It was about choice-dressing – it was about America’s first known intersexual, her struggle for identity in a male-female world and her choice to dress as a woman despite efforts of settlers in Jamestown to force her to dress as a man. Thomasine Hall testified during a March 25, 1629, session of the Council and General Court of Colonial Virginia that she was christened as a girl in Newcastle upon Tyne, named Thomasine and was raised as a girl. She considered herself a girl in childhood and a woman in adulthood. It was her wish to be called a woman, to be called Thomasine, which was her birth name.< Less
The Healing Eagle By Angela L. Daniel "Silver Star"
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The Healing Eagle reveals how an East Indian doctor and the Mattaponi Tribe developed a health clinic to serve Virginia Indian elders who have been medically under served due to decades of... More > discrimination. Published by the Foundation for American Heritage Voices, a non-profit organization.< Less
The Healing Eagle By Angela L. Daniel "Silver Star"
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The Healing Eagle reveals how an East Indian doctor and the Mattaponi Tribe developed a health clinic to serve Virginia Indian elders who have been medically under served due to decades of... More > discrimination. Published by the Foundation for American Heritage Voices, a non-profit organization.< Less
Lambe - LAMB Family Ancestry-Descendants By Lanette Brightwell
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History that starts from the earliest beginnings of the LAMBE * LAMB family and first immigrant to appear in America to present day. Massachusetts, Virginia, Ronoake Island - North Carolina, Roberson... More > County - North Carolina, State of Georgia - Burke, Emanuel, and Irwin Counties. The family connection to The Lumbee Indian Tribe in Roberson County, North Carolina. Some surnames included in the book are Britt, Gray, McMillan, Henderson, Nobles, and many more. Ancestry to descendant Levisa VINA Lamb that married Gibson Gray in Burke County, Georgia. Includes History of name, coat of arms, crest, sources, etc. A wonderful book for the family of Lamb doing their family history research.< Less