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Chet and the Prisoners By Jean Day
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This book is historical fiction - taking sources of actual happenings and first hand accounts of several of the people who were interned at Ft. Lincoln in 1942, and combining them to give an overall... More > picture of what might have happened.< Less
Romance Meets Reality Beneath the Lake ebook By Janet Johns
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The devastating Texas drought of 2011 causes hardships for all living things. Secrets of the past are exposed as the lakes go dry. The skeleton beneath the lake has secrets extending back in... More > history to the suffering endured by German immigrants who escaped the persecution of Bismarck in the 1870’s. A modern Texas rancher faces the challenges of the drought as she unravels the secrets that have been hidden beneath the lake for decades. The natural partnership between the rancher, a Tennessee Walking Horse, and a German Shepherd dog is key to surviving the drought and discovering the clues needed to understand the mystery surrounding the skeleton buried beneath the lake. This book is dedicated to the natural partnership between animals and humans. Understanding the theme of romance versus reality is an important aspect of providing forever homes for animals. The contrast between the romance and the reality of developing a natural horse and human partnership is explored in this book.< Less
The War Diary of the Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen By Ulrich H. Rudofsky (Translator)
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This book includes the War Diary of the German heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen from 18 May to 1 June 1941.
A Jewish Girlhood in Berlin, 1859-1879 By Jenny Barth Bornstein
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Jenny Barth Bornstein was an intelligent and spirited child who would become one of Germany’s first women physicians. Her frank and lively account of her childhood and adolescence in 1860s and... More > 1870s Berlin paints a portrait of an upwardly-mobile Jewish family in Bismarck’s Germany. Jenny’s narrative is rich in detail, humor and pathos. It reflects the optimism of a prosperous and expansive epoch in German history, one in which German Jews increasingly became urban and middle class. Jenny’s memoir, now in English, is enriched by an introduction, an epilogue, footnotes and photographs.< Less
Romance Meets Reality Beneath the Lake By Janet Johns
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The devastating Texas drought of 2011 causes hardships for all living things. Secrets of the past are exposed as the lakes go dry. The skeleton beneath the lake has secrets extending back in... More > history to the suffering endured by German immigrants who escaped the persecution of Bismarck in the 1870’s. A modern Texas rancher faces the challenges of the drought as she unravels the secrets that have been hidden beneath the lake for decades. The natural partnership between the rancher, a Tennessee Walking Horse, and a German Shepherd dog is key to surviving the drought and discovering the clues needed to understand the mystery surrounding the skeleton buried beneath the lake. This book is dedicated to the natural partnership between animals and humans. Understanding the theme of romance versus reality is an important aspect of providing forever homes for animals. The contrast between the romance and the reality of developing a natural horse and human partnership is explored in this book.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
Atlantic Liners: A Trio of Trios By J. Kent Layton
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They formed three trios of wonder ships. From the Cunard Line came the Lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania. From the White Star Line came the Olympic, the infamous Titanic, and the Britannic. From... More > the Hamburg-Amerika Line came the Imperator, Vaterland and Bismarck, which would later find service as Cunard's Berengaria, the U.S. Line's Leviathan, and White Star's Majestic. They were, in turn, the fastest, most powerful, largest and most luxurious ocean liners that had ever sailed that ocean. Some would find great success; others would suffer disaster. Their careers would be affected by natural elements, by mismanagement, and by the brutalities of war. Their fates were also inextricably intertwined. The all-new 2009 Version of "Atlantic Liners" boasts over 730 photos, as well as nearly a dozen general arrangement plans of the ships. An Introduction has been penned by Mark Chirnside.< Less
Dakota Diary By Jean Day
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Mattie and Cora Sue Kellogg spend six weeks traveling on the train and riverboat to Bismarck, Dakota Territory in 1883. They discover quite alot about their father (who was murdered by Indians in the... More > Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876), and his friends from Bismarck.< Less
Great Men and Famous Women, Volume IV (Esprios Classics) By Charles F. Horne
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A Series of Pen and Pencil Sketches of THE LIVES OF MORE THAN 200 OF THE MOST PROMINENT PERSONAGES IN HISTORY Charles Francis Horne (1870-1942) was an American author and editor. He edited many... More > multiple volume collections at the beginning of the twentieth century including: Great Men and Famous Women (8 volumes, 1894), The Story of the Greatest Nations (with Edward S. Ellis) (10 volumes, 1901-1906), Works of Jules Verne (15 volumes, 1911), The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East (14 volumes, 1917), and The Great Events by Famous Historians (with Rossiter Johnson and John Rudd) (21 volumes).JOHN ADAMS,BISMARCK,BOLIVAR,EDMUND BURKE,JEAN FRANÇOIS CHAMPOLLION,GROVER CLEVELAND,GEORGES CUVIER,CHARLES DARWIN,BENJAMIN DISRAELI,BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, LÉON GAMBETTA, WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE,HORACE GREELEY,ALEXANDER HAMILTON, PATRICK HENRY,ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT,ANDREW JACKSON,WILLIAM MCKINLEY,MARIA THERESA,COUNT DE MIRABEAU,ISAAC NEWTON,DANIEL O’CONNELL,PARNELL,JEAN HENRI PESTALOZZI,PETER THE GREAT< Less
Jack in the Rockies ;A Boy's Adventures with a Pack Train By George Bird Grinnell
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Jack Danvers, traveling day after day until he had reached Bismarck, Dakota, where he found awaiting him Hugh Johnson, as grave, as white-haired, and as cheery as ever. At Bismarck they had taken the... More > up-river steamer, "Josephine," and the boat had sailed early on the morning of July 5th. Hugh and Jack were on their way back up to the Piegan country. They had separated at Bismarck the previous autumn, and while Hugh kept on down the river, to take a west-bound train, which should carry him back to Mr. Sturgis' ranch in Wyoming, Jack had gone East, to spend the winter in New York.< Less

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