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YELLOW By Winners of the Lulu & CanvasPop Photo Contest
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Lulu and CanvasPop would like to thank all of the contestants who participated in our YELLOW Photo Contest in August 2012. We were very impressed with the creativity and talent of the entries. This... More > photo book is a compilation of the top entries based on a panel of judges followed by a public vote. Enjoy.< Less
Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence By Edited by Alice Moore Dunbar
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Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence, edited by Alice Moore Dunbar. Some of the best speeches delivered by the Negro from the days of slavery till 1914. Contains about 50 speeches e.g. "What to the... More > slave is the fourth of July" by Frederick Douglass; "The Civil Rights Bill" by Robert Browne Elliot; "The Black Woman of the South" by Alexander Crummell; "The Negro as a soldier" by Christian A. Fleetwood; "A Defence of the Negro Race" by George H. White; "An Appeal to Our Brother in White" by William J. Gaines; "William Lloyd Garrison" by Reverdy C. Ransom; "Abraham Lincoln" by James L. Curtis, and many more.< Less
The War Correspondent Vol 23 No.2 July 2005 By Crimean War Research Society
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Gen. Sir H. Douglas Naval Gunnery, Bill Curtis. Austrian Corps–level OOB. Bells, Sevastopol by Ken Horton. COTLB - Timetable, Keith Gooding. Charger Maj. Govone, Sardinian Army, Douglas Austin.... More > Charger Riddle, 4 members of Soc. Commissariat Ranks, Megan Stevens. Father & Son in the Crimea, Gareth Brown. Firearms, Rifle Development up to Crimean War Pt. 2, Patrick Mercer. Ghosts in Haslemere, James Mackie. Kars, Fortress, Lt. C Teesdale, Robin Smith. Lefevre George Shaw Crimean Photographer, B.A. & H.K. Henisch. Medals, Kars, Robin Smith. Treatment of Diarrhoea, Crimea, Tim Bender. Prisoners, Russian A Visit at Lewes, Mick Yarrow. Prisoners, Russian at Lewes + picture, the Ed. Prisoners, Russian at Lewes, Ken Horton. Rooke family, A Cloud & Silver Lining, Mike Hinton. Russian Forces, State in Crimean War, Mark Conrad pt 1. Skinner, Alfred, Gren Gds, Death, David Paine. Survivors, The Last, Tom Muir. Trade Tokens, Bill Curtis. Unfortunate incident in the Trenches, Maj. Colin Robins.< Less
The War Correspondent Vol 23 No.2 July 2005 By Crimean War Research Society
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Gen. Sir H. Douglas Naval Gunnery, Bill Curtis. Austrian Corps–level OOB. Bells, Sevastopol by Ken Horton. COTLB - Timetable, Keith Gooding. Charger Maj. Govone, Sardinian Army, Douglas Austin.... More > Charger Riddle, 4 members of Soc. Commissariat Ranks, Megan Stevens. Father & Son in the Crimea, Gareth Brown. Firearms, Rifle Development up to Crimean War Pt. 2, Patrick Mercer. Ghosts in Haslemere, James Mackie. Kars, Fortress, Lt. C Teesdale, Robin Smith. Lefevre George Shaw Crimean Photographer, B.A. & H.K. Henisch. Medals, Kars, Robin Smith. Treatment of Diarrhoea, Crimea, Tim Bender. Prisoners, Russian A Visit at Lewes, Mick Yarrow. Prisoners, Russian at Lewes + picture, the Ed. Prisoners, Russian at Lewes, Ken Horton. Rooke family, A Cloud & Silver Lining, Mike Hinton. Russian Forces, State in Crimean War, Mark Conrad pt 1. Skinner, Alfred, Gren Gds, Death, David Paine. Survivors, The Last, Tom Muir. Trade Tokens, Bill Curtis. Unfortunate incident in the Trenches, Maj. Colin Robins.< Less
Stripped By Nicole Monaghan
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Stripped is a collection with a twist. Yes, the fiction contained herein includes works from some of the best-known names in flash fiction as well as the work of emerging writers, but the bylines... More > have been removed so you can’t tell who wrote what. What’s more, the stories hinge largely on gender roles — but with the authors’ identites stripped from their stories, editor Nicole Monaghan has created a bit of a guessing game. Did a woman, for example, write that piece about ambivalence toward motherhood? Or was it a man? More to the point, does it really matter? Or is there something bigger going on when men and women stretch their minds and imagine what it might be like to be the other? Authors include Meg Tuite, Michelle Reale, Myfanwy Collins, Tara L. Masih, Marc Schuster, Michael Martone, Nathan Alling Long, Curtis Smith, and Randal Brown.< Less
Hubbell By Choice By Mary Ann Hubbell
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Richard Hubbell came to America before 1647/48 and is the Immigrant Ancestor of most of the Hubbell/Hubble families in America today. This book unlocks the history of lives of some women in the... More > seventeenth century and looks at the ancestry of those who married into the first three generations of the Hubbell family. The ancestries of the following families and more are discussed: Barlow, Beach, Beardsley, Bennett, Booth, Bourne, Boyse, Bradley, Brown, Burr, Burt, Clark, Collins, Curtis, Daniel, Doane, Fairweather, Finch, Fitch, Foote, Fry, Gaylord, Gold, Gregory, Gregson, Griswold, Groves, Hall, Harris, Hawley, Higgins, Horton, Hubbard, Hull, Judson, Knapp, Lacy, Lewis, Lockwood, Meigs, Middlebrook, Mitchell, Mix, Morehouse, Nettleton, Nichols, Odell, Parruck, Patchen, Porter, Prudden, Rogers, Sanford, Seeley, Sherwood, Silliman, Squire, Staples, Sterling, Stevens, Strong, Summers, Swilloway, Talcott, Thompson, Titherton, Turner, Turney, Ufford, Wakeley, Wakeman, Walker, Ward, Welles, Wheeler.< Less
Our Ancestry - Volume 2 By Jan Young
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This genealogy lists 10,925 people and 4,165 marriages surrounding sixteen primary family names: Brandt, Cencia, Cressman, Dybdall, Froelich, Henry, Knutson, Krenz, Marsh, Newell, Panetti, Raub,... More > Serra, Tempera, Walters, and Young. Other names represented include Bartlett, Greene, Davis, Denison, Eastman, Crossmann, Johnson, Colby, Smith, Olmstead, Bowman, Curtis, Howell, Froelich, Parker, Woodruff, Brown, Trull, Congdon, and Cook. A few birth dates reach back to England as far as the year 534. Individual entries include the person’s name, dates and places of birth and death, parent’s names, marriages, and children. As available, information concerning education, immigration, residence, etc. is also included. People living or thought to be living are excluded. Volume 1 includes surnames from A through E plus people (in the early years) who had no surname. Volume 2 includes surnames from F through R. Volume 3 includes surnames from S through Z plus supplementary notes and lists.< Less
Our Ancestry - Volume 3 By Jan Young
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This genealogy lists 10,925 people and 4,165 marriages surrounding sixteen primary family names: Brandt, Cencia, Cressman, Dybdall, Froelich, Henry, Knutson, Krenz, Marsh, Newell, Panetti, Raub,... More > Serra, Tempera, Walters, and Young. Other names represented include Bartlett, Greene, Davis, Denison, Eastman, Crossmann, Johnson, Colby, Smith, Olmstead, Bowman, Curtis, Howell, Froelich, Parker, Woodruff, Brown, Trull, Congdon, and Cook. A few birth dates reach back to England as far as the year 534. Individual entries include the person’s name, dates and places of birth and death, parent’s names, marriages, and children. As available, information concerning education, immigration, residence, etc. is also included. People living or thought to be living are excluded. Volume 1 includes surnames from A through E plus people (in the early years) who had no surname. Volume 2 includes surnames from F through R. Volume 3 includes surnames from S through Z plus supplementary notes and lists.< Less
Our Ancestry - Volume 1 By Jan Young
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This genealogy lists 10,925 people and 4,165 marriages surrounding sixteen primary family names: Brandt, Cencia, Cressman, Dybdall, Froelich, Henry, Knutson, Krenz, Marsh, Newell, Panetti, Raub,... More > Serra, Tempera, Walters, and Young. Other names represented include Bartlett, Greene, Davis, Denison, Eastman, Crossmann, Johnson, Colby, Smith, Olmstead, Bowman, Curtis, Howell, Froelich, Parker, Woodruff, Brown, Trull, Congdon, and Cook. A few birth dates reach back to England as far as the year 534. Individual entries include the person’s name, dates and places of birth and death, parent’s names, marriages, and children. As available, information concerning education, immigration, residence, etc. is also included. People living or thought to be living are excluded. Volume 1 includes surnames from A through E plus people (in the early years) who had no surname. Volume 2 includes surnames from F through R. Volume 3 includes surnames from S through Z plus supplementary notes and lists.< Less
Our Ancestry - Volume 2 By Jan Young
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This genealogy lists 10,925 people and 4,165 marriages surrounding sixteen primary family names: Brandt, Cencia, Cressman, Dybdall, Froelich, Henry, Knutson, Krenz, Marsh, Newell, Panetti, Raub,... More > Serra, Tempera, Walters, and Young. Other names represented include Bartlett, Greene, Davis, Denison, Eastman, Crossmann, Johnson, Colby, Smith, Olmstead, Bowman, Curtis, Howell, Froelich, Parker, Woodruff, Brown, Trull, Congdon, and Cook. A few birth dates reach back to England as far as the year 534. Individual entries include the person’s name, dates and places of birth and death, parent’s names, marriages, and children. As available, information concerning education, immigration, residence, etc. is also included. People living or thought to be living are excluded. Volume 1 includes surnames from A through E plus people (in the early years) who had no surname. Volume 2 includes surnames from F through R. Volume 3 includes surnames from S through Z plus supplementary notes and lists.< Less