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In This Hollow Valley By Jack Halifax
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A neighborhood dispute in the bucolic countryside of Oregon turns deadly. A farmer is killed on the road along his property, and his neighbor, a retired cop, is charged with manslaughter. The plea is... More > self-defense. But who was standing his ground? The case goes to trial but the verdict is far from final. A story about a clash of cultures in Ecotopia.< Less
Families of Halifax County, Virginia By M Secrist
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Many genealogical and biographical sketches of Halifax County, Virginia, families have been compiled and presented here. Some of the names in here are: Adams, Anderson, Atkisson, Ballou, Barksdale,... More > Baynham, Belt, Bennett, Blackwell, Booker, Borum, Bostick, Boxley, Boyd, Brandon, Bruce, Butler, Calloway, Carlton, Carrington, Carter, Chalmers, Chastain, Chiles, Christian, Clark, Coleman, Coles, Connally, Craddock, Crews, Dabbs, DeJarnette, Dews, Drinkard, Easley, Edmundson, Edmunds, Farmer, Faulkner, Ferrell, Flournoy, Fourqurean, French, Green, Hall, Halleburton, Hart, Henry, Hodges, Howerton, Hudson, Hurt, Irby, Irvine, Jeffress, Jones, Jordan, Lacy, Lawson, Leigh, Ligon, Logan, Lovelace, Maxey, Medley, Moon, Morton, Nance, Owen, Palmer, Penick, Ragland, Roberts, Scott, Stebbens, Stevens, Stokes, Sydnor, Terry, Thornton, Vaughan, Wade, Watkins, Wilborn, Willingham, Wimbish, Wooding, Wyatt, Yuille.< Less
Families of Halifax County, Virginia By M. Secrist
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Many genealogical and biographical sketches of Halifax County, Virginia, families have been compiled and presented here. Some of the names in here are: Adams, Anderson, Armstrong, Atkisson, Ballou,... More > Barksdale, Baynham, Bean, Belt, Bennett, Blackwell, Booker, Borum, Bostick, Boxley, Boyd, Brandon, Bruce, Butler, Calloway, Carlton, Carrington, Carter, Chalmers, Chappell, Chastain, Chiles, Christian, Clark, Coleman, Coles, Connally, Craddock, Crews, Dabbs, DeJarnette, Dews, Drinkard, Easley, Edmundson, Edmunds, Farmer, Faulkner, Ferrell, Flournoy, Fourqurean, French, Green, Hall, Halleburton, Hart, Henry, Hodges, Howerton, Hudson, Hurt, Irby, Irvine, Jeffress, Jones, Jordan, Lacy, Lawson, Leigh, Ligon, Logan, Lovelace, Maxey, Medley, Moon, Morton, Nance, Owen, Palmer, Penick, Ragland, Roberts, Scott, Stebbens, Stevens, Stokes, Sydnor, Terry, Thornton, Vaughan, Wade, Watkins, Wilborn, Willingham, Wimbish, Wooding, Wyatt, Yuille.< Less
John Halifax, Gentleman By Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
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John Halifax, Gentleman is a novel by Dinah Craik, first published in 1856. The novel was adapted for television by the BBC in 1974.The action is centred in the town of Tewkesbury, scarcely disguised... More > by the fictional name Norton Bury, in Gloucestershire. The story is narrated by Phineas, a friend of the central character. John Halifax is an orphan, determined to make his way in the world through honest hard work. He is taken in by a tanner, Abel Fletcher, who is a Quaker, and thus meets Phineas, who is Abel's son. John eventually achieves success in business and love, and becomes a wealthy man.The novel has been adapted several times. A 1915 silent film John Halifax, Gentleman was directed by George Pearson. In 1938 a film version John Halifax was made. In 1974 a BBC series John Halifax, Gentleman was made. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Halifax,_Gentleman Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
John Halifax,Gentleman By MRS. CRAIK
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MRS. CRAIK John Halifax, Gentleman Dinah Maria Mulock, whose fame as a novelist rests entirely on "John Halifax, Gentleman," was born at Stoke-upon-Trent, England, on April 20, 1826. She... More > was thirty-one when "John Halifax" came out, and immediately found herself one of the most popular novelists, her story having a great vogue throughout the English-speaking world, and being translated into half a dozen languages, including Greek and Russian. In 1864 Miss Mulock married George Lillie Craik, and until her death, on October 12, 1887, she actively engaged herself in literary work.< Less
Ukrainian Community In Halifax 1949 - 1979 By Ivan Kuzio
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A glimpse of Ukrainian community life in the diaspora in the UK.
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Ukrainian Community in Halifax (Vol 2) 1980 - 2014 By Ivan Kuzio
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A photographic history of the Ukrainian diaspora in Halifax UK. This second book looks at the period from 1980 to 2015 and the growth and development of the community.
They All Call it Halifax, but I Call it Home By Bethany Holley
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Riley Hatch is a normal fourteen-year-old girl growing up in Canada in the early twentieth century who loves her family, sneaks out of the house occasionally on Saturday nights for ballroom dancing... More > and picture shows at the theater and visits haunted houses with her friends. Riley disregards society's guidelines for becoming a young lady and attempts to move past the limits society places on women during her time period. When Mont-Blanc collides with Imo on December 6, 1917, however, her whole world changes, and she learns to leave behind her adolescent temptation to pursue pleasure at the expense of the rules and begins to understand that even the smallest of gestures make a person a hero.< Less
They All Call it Halifax, but I Call it Home By Bethany Holley
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Riley Hatch is a normal fourteen-year-old girl growing up in Canada in the early twentieth century who loves her family, sneaks out of the house occasionally on Saturday nights for ballroom dancing... More > and picture shows at the theater and visits haunted houses with her friends. Riley disregards society's guidelines for becoming a young lady and attempts to move past the limits society places on women during her time period. When Mont-Blanc collides with Imo on December 6, 1917, however, her whole world changes, and she learns to leave behind her adolescent temptation to pursue pleasure at the expense of the rules and begins to understand that even the smallest of gestures make a person a hero.< Less