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Harriet Lane, America's First Lady By Milton Stern
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She was the niece of America’s Bachelor President and his official hostess in Lancaster, London and Washington. Anyone who met her was instantly enamored. Queen Victoria bestowed upon her the... More > title “Honorary Ambassadress.” The Washington press corps proclaimed her “Our Democratic Queen.” She was the first White House Hostess to be called “First Lady.” Ships were named after her. Songs were written about her. Women dressed like her. She was the most admired woman in the country and established a style of entertaining never before seen in the White House. And only she could get away with beating the Prince of Wales at bowling! Her life was marked by tragedy, yet she lived every day to the fullest. Her legacy lives on in Baltimore and Washington through a pediatric hospital, a school for boys, a museum of art, and a monument to James Buchanan. Thanks to her beauty, charm, and generosity of spirit, America’s First Lady will always be Harriet Lane.< Less
Harriet Lane, America's First Lady By Milton Stern
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She was the niece of America’s Bachelor President and his official hostess in Lancaster, London and Washington. Anyone who met her was instantly enamored. Queen Victoria bestowed upon her the... More > title “Honorary Ambassadress.” The Washington press corps proclaimed her “Our Democratic Queen.” She was the first White House Hostess to be called “First Lady.” Ships were named after her. Songs were written about her. Women dressed like her. She was the most admired woman in the country and established a style of entertaining never before seen in the White House. And only she could get away with beating the Prince of Wales at bowling! Her life was marked by tragedy, yet she lived every day to the fullest. Her legacy lives on in Baltimore and Washington through a pediatric hospital, a school for boys, a museum of art, and a monument to James Buchanan. Thanks to her beauty, charm, and generosity of spirit, America’s First Lady will always be Harriet Lane.< Less
Every Day, Frank: The Life and Times of June D. Moberg By June Moberg
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“Every day, Frank. You’ve got that kid here every day,” June’s great-grandfather John Belsky would say to her Grandpa Frank when June came to visit. As a child in the... More > 1920’s, June spent many days with her grandparents at their home in Cicero Illinois. From her early years within a culture of Bohemian immigrants to her travels across America and Europe, this book traces the life and times of a member of America’s greatest generation. Her Mom, Minnie Drake, used to say “June, we’ve got humor.” This book includes anecdotes full of laughter and memorably funny sayings from Grandma Josie, Cousin Wilbur, furrier Max Dermer, and a cast of a lifetime. Whether read from cover to cover or selectively by years, we think you’ll agree that this autobiography is as wonderful and joyful as the woman who wrote it.< Less
Bay Path Women's Insight on Today's Issues in America By Bay Path Students
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We all have something that we are passionate about. As adult learners at Bay Path University, we have diverse views on issues that affect the lives of women every day. In this book, you will be... More > presented with others’ overviews from their own experiences or just plainly writing passionately from their hearts. Using MLA and APA styles, research, experience, and some personal touches, we have written articles that highlight not only these issues, but show what we are passionate about. We need to work together, not only as women but as a community to better ourselves, others’ lives, and the world. Every woman has a story. This book contains ours.< Less
The Education of American Girls By Anna C. Brackett
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“Who educates a woman, educates a race.” There seems to be at present no subject more capable of exciting and holding attention among thoughtful people in America, than the question of... More > the Education of Girls. We may answer it as we will, we may refuse to answer it, but it will not be postponed, and it will be heard; and until it is answered on more rational grounds than that of previous custom, or of preconceived opinion, it may be expected to present itself at every turn, to crop out of every stratum of civilized thought. Nor is woman to blame if the question of her education occupies so much attention. The demands made are not hers—the continual agitation is not primarily of her creating. It is simply the tendency of the age, of which it is only the index. It would be as much out of place to blame the weights of a clock for the moving of the hands, while, acted upon by an unseen, but constant force, they descend slowly but steadily towards the earth.< Less
Small Business Handbook By Rok Hrastnik
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American employers and workers want safe and healthful places in which to work. They want everyone on the job to go home whole and healthy each day. Determined to make that dream possible, OSHA is... More > committed to assuring – so far as possible – that every working man and woman in the nation has safe and healthful working conditions. OSHA believes that providing workers with a safe workplace is central to their ability to enjoy ealth, security and the opportunity to achieve the American dream.< Less
At the End of Town By Doreen Milstead
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The Widow & Her Baby Meet The Handyman Along The Oregon Trail - A widow tries to provide for her baby along the arduous trek of the Oregon Trail. When a mysterious stranger joins the train,... More > carrying precious little other than his carpentry tools, he tells her that the Lord will provide, if she has faith. Bartering his services for things like food and a bright red sweater, Mary grows closer to Henry as their journey progresses, and the emotional ending of this story highlights how every human being has it within them to be generous within their souls, and that love can come easily if you just let it. Trying For a Third Chance at Love - A woman from England decides to head for the Canadian Yukon to become a mail order bride to a man living in a tiny town. Things change rapidly as gold is discovered and her husband, who hates most everyone around him and is anti-social, makes a major decision later on in their marriage.< Less
Bloody Sevens By Gardner Francis Fox
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ENGLISH BOUNTY FOR AMERICAN SCALPS It was 1777, in a country torn by revolution. Promised gold for every American scalp, the Indians ran amok in an orgy of rape and murder. Nowhere was the carnage... More > more terrible than in Kentucky. A handful of American frontiersmen challenged the combined forces of redcoats and red men, and first in their ranks was Alan Brant. He swore to kill with his own hands the renegade who had sold a settlement to the Indians and abused the woman Alan called his own. But the vengeance path did not run straight for the young woodsman. Death in the form of a murder charge, danger in the person of a hate-maddened Indian warrior, and the fiery love of a half-wild Indian girl awaited Alan before vengeance could be his.< Less
Trials and Tribulations of a Blind Date By Joanne Rawson & Molly Whalen
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The Art of Embellishing Molly Whalen Every relationship Shay Mohan had left her feeling burned unti a friend signed her up on an online dating site. Things begin to heat up when the 'White Knight'... More > appears but is he really who he says he is or just blowing smoke? Unexpected Blind Date by Joanne Rawson In Grace Worthing's opinion, "Blind dates are so tacky; they are definitely for the desperate." After her fifth Sex on the Beach cocktail she told friends she would never have sex again, let alone have sex on a beach. Somewhere between her second and third tequila slammer, Grace found herself, agreeing to meet Adrian. Little did she know how interesting and unexpected her blind date would be. How A Night Unfolds by Molly Whalen Quinn Hancock had it all, brains, beauty, and financial success, but none of those things kept her warm at night, until a friend fixes her up on a blind date and Quinn quickly discovers the difference between a blind date and being blindsided.< Less
Rendezvous: A Pair of Historical Romances By Doreen Milstead
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Romance Found On A Train - On her way to her mail order husband, a woman meets a stranger and forms an instant connection, although she tries her hardest to remain uninvolved. Trying For a Third... More > Chance at Love - A woman from England decides to head for the Canadian Yukon to become a mail order bride to a man living in a tiny town. Things change rapidly as gold is discovered and her husband, who hates most everyone around him and is anti-social, makes a major decision later on in their marriage.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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