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FORT U.S.A.: If I Were President Volume 1 - Second Edition By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is the black and white version of Volume 1. It is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the political... More > agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
FORT U.S.A.; If I Were President Volume 1 Second Edition By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is the black and white interior version of Volume 1. It is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the... More > political agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
UNCHARTED JOURNEY By Dimitri Dimancescu
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The Memoirs of Dimitri Dimancescu cover the first half of the 20th century. His accounts cover his military duty as a war-hero in World War-I (Romania), diplomatic career in Washington, London,... More > Paris, and exile in Morocco. His life crossed the paths of that era's leading personalities: Queen Marie, Lt. Erwin Rommel, King Carol II, Winston Churchill, William Randolph Hearst, dancer Loie Fuller, actors John Farrow and Maureen O'Sullivan, 'spymaster' Bruce Lockhart, the Berber Pacha El Glaoui, and many others.< Less
3—Tom Swift and the Transcontinental BulleTrain (HB) By Victor Appleton II
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In this hardbound edition of the third book in the series, the President, desperate to leave some sort of legacy, has promised the nation that a great freight-hauling bullet train system will cross... More > the country starting in just one year. The biggest problem? Nobody has started to design or build anything on a project that should take 10 years. When his advisors hatch a plan to split the work into dozens of manageable pieces, only a small handful of companies sign on. Tom Swift believes that he can figure a way to dig the massive tunnels under the various mountain ranges on the western half of the country, and may even be able to build the locomotive engines, but the other companies begin to abandon their work, making it necessary for Enterprises to take on more and more. A rival company owner has it in for Tom, and a mysterious source of governmental sabotage is somewhere in Washington DC. With time and so many other things against him, is it going to be a mission impossible for the young inventor?< Less
Bob Conrad's Great Americans By Bob Conrad
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Join author and illustrator Bob Conrad for a journey through American History with some of the people who made America the great nation it is today. Meet presidents George Washington, Thomas... More > Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. Ride with Paul Revere, tame the wild frontier with Davy Crockett, and cross the continent with Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and Sacagawea. Discover the genius of Benjamin Franklin, read the dramatic life of Betsy Ross--maker of the first American Flag--and watch Thomas Alva Edison invent the modern world. Illustrated throughout with original black and white drawings.< Less
Under Three Flags: The Roots Of Education In Illinois By Theodore (Ted) P. Fadler, PhD.
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Under Three Flags; The Roots of Education in Illinois was transplanted by the first missionary explorer Jesuits who traversed the 17th century Illinois wilderness from the mouth of the Mississippi to... More > the Great Lakes and terminating in Quebec Canada. The Jesuits founded an agricultural college before 1720. They experimented quite successfully with botany and animal husbandry. They developed and refined a French gaited carriage pony which was mistaken for a Hackney by coureur des bois and voyageur alike. Early American heroes such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and George Rogers Clarke among others are discussed with surprising revelations such as the only capture and surrender of George Washington to a group from Fort des Charters, Prairie du Rocher and Kaskaskia. While some Indians were hostile by reputation and actions; others tribes befriended the French and Jesuit explorers treating them as their brothers. The Illinois Confederacy consisting of the five tribes were the first Americans in Illinois.< Less
Aide-de-Camp, The Adventures of Alex Hamilton By Brian Schmit
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There are few historical figures that were more important to the creation of America than Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton's brilliance and vision was incomparable in laying the foundation for America's... More > rise as the leading economic power in the world today. But most importantly, it was his fascinating relationship with George Washington that made for the possibility of a fledgling country to not only survive but to flourish. Historians make accounts of our past by researching multiple sources and cross referencing them to formulate an accurate portrayal of history. Occasionally historians follow leads based on rumor or innuendo of the time period. These items of conjecture often go unproven and remain out of our history textbooks. In Aide-de-Camp, The Adventures of Alex Hamilton the author takes the reader on an exciting journey by asking the question, what if the rumors were true? History comes alive in dramatic fashion when our greatest stories are told with an entertaining twist.< Less
Odyssey of an Octopus Junkie: A Dysfunctional Love Story By t.w. glover
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Ill-fated and quixotic love story of Phoenix, the tormented drug addict and talented artist, and Hannah, the pathologically co-dependent animal rights activist, and their cross-country odyssey to... More > liberate a giant octopus who may be psychically communicating with Hannah or may simply be her escapist delusion. Addiction is powerful. Will either be able to kick the habit?< Less
Powered to Move the Mike King Story By Mike King
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The story of Mike King is a courageous account of his incredible Journey from Fairbanks Alaska to Washington D.C. What is amazing is he did that adventurous trip in his wheelchair 5,605.8 miles... More > finishing at the Capitol steps off Pennsylvania Avenue. So if you can; IMAGINE BEING 20 YEARS OLD, strong and adventurous, with your whole life ahead of you, setting out on a cross-country motorcycle trip with three good friends. Picture the freedom, feel the wind on your face, visualize the beauty around you—until the moment that changes everything. You slam into a car that pulls out in front of you, you’re ejected from your bike and injured so severely no one expects you to live. Somehow you survive … but you’re told you’ll never walk again. On a beautiful day in August 1978, one month after turning 20, I went from being a happy-go-lucky adventurous young man to an angry one; from being an athlete to a wheelchair user.< Less
Curious Facts About Howard Hughes By Kekionga Press
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Without the help of Howard Hughes, America would have LOST WWII; Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell would not have had acting careers; space exploration would still be in early stages of... More > development...Brief Biographies: Learn about Clara Barton's psychotic upbringing; why Walt Disney negatively portrayed FBI agents in his last movies; why Charles Goodyear sold his kid's school books; how Abe Lincoln treated his father like dirt; how top mobster boss Charles "Lucky" Luciano (Murder, Inc.) saved hundreds of soldier's lives during WWII; why Valentine's Day, 1884, devastated Teddy Roosevelt; why America's bravest fighting general, "Mad" Anthony Wayne, was afraid of the fort named in his honor by President George Washington; how Jakow Tractenberg created a speed math system while suffering in Hitler's concentration camps / 207 source notes / Indexed / National Aviation Hall of Fame: "The Howard Hughes portion of the book was a fascinating read." / 13 point text for easy reading.< Less

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