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Identity By Ashley Joy Lowell
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One stormy night a young girl was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a truck. After the accident, no one can find records of her existence, and she suffers from amnesia. A few years later at a... More > historic castle, she finds a magic diary that can transport its reader through time when it is read out loud. The diary brings her to the Middle Ages where she is welcomed as the long lost Princess Anneliese. She begins to learn the ways of royalty as she fails at ballroom dancing, gets to know the royal family, and remembers more of her childhood. She is soon caught in the middle of a war over the magic diary as she is kidnapped and almost assassinated. After she outsmarts the enemy’s king and loses her best friend, she makes the difficult choice to do the right thing. She accepts her responsibility as the future queen as she discovers her true identity.< Less
A Case Of Identity By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle DL (22 May 1859 – 7 July 1930) was a Scottish physician and writer who is most noted for his fictional stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes, which are... More > generally considered milestones in the field of crime fiction. He is also known for writing the fictional adventures of a second character he invented, Professor Challenger, and for popularising the mystery of the Mary Celeste. He was a prolific writer whose other works include fantasy and science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction, and historical novels. -Wikipedia< Less
America's Lost Identity By Charles T. Wilcox
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Most of today's conspiracy or expose titles are full of opinion and verbal filler and very anemic on the facts. Charles Wilcox's book, America's Lost Identity, is just the opposite. It's so full of... More > facts and meticulously researched details that is causes the reader to form their own inner dialogue and thought.Wilcox presents copious letters and newspaper articles from the Civil War era that easily convince anyone that the Roman Catholic Church, acting through the mysterious order of the Jesuits, was intimately involved in the planning and execution of this historic event. Frankly, the material in the book will shock many and the facts may be hard for a closed mind to accept. America's Lost Identity will change the way you look at just about everything, from religion, morality, slavery, civil rights, and our presumed guarantee of freedom. It may make you angry,depressed or stir you to become politically active - but it will definitely make you think. Dan Eden for Viewzone< Less
IDENTITY - The Abridged Version By Ashley Joy Lowell
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No one recognizes the young girl who is found after being hit by a truck. She can't remember anything before the accident. There are no records of her existence. She is named Naomi. Just when she... More > thinks she will never learn about her past, she is taken to a historic castle on a field trip. There, in the castle wall, she finds a diary that takes her back in time. In the Middle Ages everyone welcomes Naomi as the long lost Princess Anneliese, except for the ones who want her dead. She finds out being a princess is not what it seems as she is pursued by the enemy, kidnapped and almost assasinated. She learns how to take matters into her own hands to survive and protect her family. She realizes what’s most important in life, and most of all she learns about her true identity.< Less
America's Lost Identity By Charles T. Wilcox
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America's Lost Identity plunges where Dan Brown's The DaVinci Code dared not to go: into reality. This is a riveting look at the Roman Catholic church's desperate attempt to stamp out the notion of... More > liberty spreading throughout the Western world in the 1800's by murdering its strongest, most lucid voice, Abraham Lincoln. Deftly following the convoluted trail of the Pope-driven conspiracy to kill Lincoln, Wilcox illuminates, in fascinating historical detail, the corrupting power of the Vatican over the centuries and its tortuous attitude towards political and individual freedom. An attitude which culminated in the Jesuit conspiracy to annihilate America's greatest leader and, by doing so, fulfill the Vatican's earnest wish to forever kick out the legs of the world's leading republic. This is an amazing look at 200 years of unknown history which affects us to this day. Written in a style that any teen can understand. This is the cure to Common Core for under 10cents a page. Anthony Davis - Journalist< Less
African American: Readings in History and Identity By Al Smith
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This narrative historical anthology encapsulates the Afrocentric American experience from the beginning of human history until the beginning of the 21st century. Starting with the current situation... More > for Black Americans and asking the question; "How did we all get to this?", this community college text investigates the conscious and unconscious strategies that led African Americans to emerge from slavery to become the most successful ethnic group in United States history. The aim is to focus on both triumph and tragedy to encourage collective social activism and encourage a strong personal identity rooted in both the African and American experiences.< Less
African American: Readings in History and Identity By Al Smith
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This narrative historical anthology encapsulates the Afrocentric American experience from the beginning of human history until the beginning of the 21st century. Starting with the current situation... More > for Black Americans and asking the question; "How did we all get to this?", this community college text investigates the conscious and unconscious strategies that led African Americans to emerge from slavery to become the most successful ethnic group in United States history. The aim is to focus on both triumph and tragedy to encourage collective social activism and encourage a strong personal identity rooted in both the African and American experiences.< Less
"Paragons of Cultural Identity, Special Edition" By Neil Farkas
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"Paragons of Cultural Identity, Special Edition," a new hard cover, case wrapped book, by American artist and author, Neil J. Farkas, www.neiljfarkas.com. This book, 8.5 x 11 inches,... More > contains 25 new color plates of Americana (see, key words). Farkas is known for the technique, "photo-synthesis," by which an image is re-composed of thousands of other images and photographs. Work by Neil Farkas can be found in over 60 museums, historical societies, and libraries, throughout the United States, including the National Museum of American History (Smithsonian, Washington, DC) and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Copperstown, New York. For other books and works of art by Neil Farkas, please visit www.morrisberg.net and www.moeberg.co.< Less
Cornwall's Historical Wars: A Brief Introduction By Rod Lyon
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Rod Lyon, BBC Radio Cornwall presenter and former Grand Bard of the Gorsedh Kernow, takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the ages, and through the forgotten wars between the Cornish and... More > their old enemies, the English, revealing a history not taught in schools, and one missing from the 'official' history books. From the early wars with the Saxons, through the rebellions of 1497 and 1549, and on to the Civil War, Rod traces the bloody events which helped to shape the culture and national identity of the Cornish people. This book is essential reading for all those who want to learn the truth about Cornwall's hidden history. Paperback, 112 pages. ISBN 978 1 908878 05 2. Published by The Cornovia Press, September 2012.< Less
When a Name Becomes a Game: Negotiating the Macedonian Identity By Victor Sinadinoski
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A legal, historical, and political analysis of the name dispute between Greece and Macedonia.