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When Harriet came home By coleen kwan
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a beautiful romance about rebounding with the past,have the power to give a second try
Harriet Tubman High School Memories By Jean James
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This tells in pictures the story of Harriet Tubman High School which closed in 1965.
Harriet Tubman 1960-1965 By Jean James
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A picture pictorial of the last years of the Harriet Tubman High School.
"Back In Time: A Journey With Harriet Tubman" By Terrance Williams
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Two California Gangsters from the Blood And Crip gang, " Brandon and Larry loc dog Truce out there fudes after An American Time traveling government Agency sends them back in time to the... More > 1800's. They learn some of the hardships of slavery after befriending Selma Alabama Slaves on there espape meet Harriet Who will help them to escape to freedom to the north through the underground railroad system.< Less
Harriet Homes and The Celts Book of Spells By James F. Park
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‘Harriet, are you sure you left it here?’ asked her one and only friend Carole, ‘because if you did then it’s not here now, is it?’ ‘Blind I’m not, so if... More > it’s not here then someone must have either borrowed it or we have a no-good thief in our midst, so who do you think that could be?’ was what Harriet wanted to know. So what was it and would they find it before they and the entire universe went boom-bang-boom.< Less
Harriet Homes and The Celts Book of Spells By James F. Park
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‘Harriet, are you sure you left it here?’ asked her one and only friend Carole, ‘because if you did then it’s not here now, is it?’ ‘Blind I’m not, so if... More > it’s not here then someone must have either borrowed it or we have a no-good thief in our midst, so who do you think that could be?’ was what Harriet wanted to know. So what was it and would they find it before they and the entire universe went boom-bang-boom.< Less
Harriet Shanner's Little Green Book By r. hector
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A woman in her nineties gives insights and opinions on life through a series of collected quotations.
Harriet and Adam; Ancestors, Descendants and Relatives By Larry L. Walton
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This is a companion book to "The Zaebst (Zabst) Family Genealogy". It documents the lineage of Harriet Harmon, the wife of Adam Zaebst. Two of Harriet's ancestrial lines, the Firestones... More > and the Harmons form a major part of this book. The Zaebst and Läuffer lineage is included. This book together with the Zaebst book provides complete information about the family and extended relationships created by the marriage of Harriet and Adam. It should be of interest to their descendants and also any members of the Firestone or Harmon families. For descendants of Harriet and Adam's son George Franklin Zaebst, the book "Jennie and Frank; Ancestors, Descendants, Relatives and Remembrances" contains the information found in this book plus additional information about Mary Jane "Jennie" Goshorn's lineage. Second Edition. Contains 589 pages, fully indexed.< Less
The Story of John D. and Harriet A. By John L'Hote
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Approaching their 75th wedding anniversary, a Michigan couple reflects on their journey together through much of the 20th century and into the 21st, delighting in the shared memories of places,... More > events, family, friends, careers, travel, and pets that bind a couple together. An heirloom piece and poignant personal treasure for all generations as well as a universal story of appreciation of life and family.   “Our story begins a long time ago in Detroit, Michigan, more precisely in May, 1934, in the auditorium of Metropolitan Methodist Church where graduating seniors from nearby Highland Park High School were assembled for a rehearsal of their graduation ceremony. The use of an alphabetical seating arrangement placed our central characters: L’Hote (John D.) next to Letts (Harriet A.). Somehow, the use of John D. and Harriet A. in the story to designate our principal characters seems appropriate. The two had never met.”< 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

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