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The Bloom of Monticello By Elizabeth Hatcher Sadler
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The Bloom of Monticello by Elizabeth Hatcher Sadler. Jefferson loved every living growing thing at Monticello, and one of the hardships of his life of service to the state was that he was almost... More > constantly away from home for more than forty years. The trees, the flowers, the fields and the birds there were precious in his sight, and though the center for years of political thought and change, beloved of many men, and hated by others, doted on by women, burdened always with care and often overshadowed by grief, he treasured many memories of the place, and its scenes and scents and sounds were constantly luring him back. Diplomat, statesman, social reformer, poet, architect, musician, scientist, inventor, student of government and politics, author, and collector of fine books, though he was, he never missed the ecstasy of blossom time at Monticello.< Less
City of Gold: People who made their home and history in Cagayan de Oro By Ann Gorra
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CITY OF GOLD gives the readers a view of Cagayan de Oro's history through the stories of people who have madE the place their home. Read about the local Boy Scout who crossed paths with General... More > Douglas MacArthur, one of the icons of WW II, at the Cagayan de Oro port; the young girl who witnessed the 97-kilometer Bataan Death March and later emerged as one of Cagayan de Oro's most influential women; the trader who fled war-torn Jolo, settled in our city and became a successful shirt designer; the inventor of the ubiquitous motorela; "Lady Love," the first female DJ of the city's first live FM radio; and many others. Cagayan de Oro is no ordinary city because of these extraordinary people. And they tell us their fascinating stories in the CITY OF GOLD.< Less

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