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Recollections of the Evacuation of Richmond, April 2d, 1865 By John A. Campbell
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Description of the events which transpired by the U.S. authorities, President Lincoln, and the local authorities in Richmond, Virginia after the evacuation of the Confederate Government at the end of... More > the Civil War. Fully indexed.< Less
Hope for the Lost: And Other Poems By John T.V. Campbell
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This is a collection of short inspirational, Christian poems.
Hope for the Lost By John T.V. Campbell
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This is a collection of short inspirational, Christian poems.
Hope for the Lost By John T.V. Campbell
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This is a collection of short inspirational, Christian poems.
The Black Star Passes By John W., Jr. (John Wood) Campbell
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The Black Star Passes is a collection of science fiction short stories by American author John W. Campbell, Jr.. It was first published in 1953 by Fantasy Press in an edition of 2,951 copies. The... More > book is the first in Campbell's Arcot, Morey and Wade series. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Amazing Stories and Amazing Stories Quarterly, and were "extensively edited" for book publication, with Campbell's approval, by Lloyd Arthur Eshbach.Galaxy reviewer Groff Conklin described the stories as "three creaking classics . . . fun to read, [but] rococo antiques [without] believable characters, human relations, even logical plots." Boucher and McComas dismissed the book as "a hopelessly outdated set of novelets . . . Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Black_Star_Passes Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Cottrell-Lashbrook-Brashear-Campbell Family Lineage Volume II Lashbrook Ancestry By TC Cottrell
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In This four volume set the author traces his Cottrell, Lashbrook, Brashear, and Campbell Family Lineage from Europe to the present day. Details on descendants of each generation is carried down... More > through at least four descendant generations when known. Volume I and II cover the author’s Father’s beginnings (Cottrell and Lashbrook Lines). Volume III and IV cover the author's Mother's beginnings (Brashear and Campbell Lines). Sources are extensively documented. Timeline and ancestor charts are also included as well an “all name” index for each volume that provides page number references for each individual found in the respective volume. This volume (Volume II) traces the author's Lashbrook ancestry to John Lashbrooke who was born in England. John's son William Lashbrooke, the author's fifth great-grandfather, who was born in Meeth in Devon, England on 17 October 1717, was the first Lashbrook in the author's lineage to immigrate to the New World and settle in Prince William County, Virginia.< Less
Civic Engagement in Higher Education By John Hamerlinck & JoAnn Campbell
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This book was created from the "Campus in Community Online Civic Dialogues" series. Topics discussed include: reflection, power, evaluation and risk management.
Civic Engagement in Higher Education By John Hamerlinck & JoAnn Campbell
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This book was created from the "Campus in Community Online Civic Dialogues" series. Topics discussed include: reflection, power, evaluation and risk management.
Target Zero By Don Campbell
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A group of terrorists hijack a plane and imprison over three hundred hostages deep in the Cambodian jungle, during a time of political terror in that country. Axel Neilson, a renegade Norwegian... More > intelligence operative, and Major John Derwent of the British army are sent on a mission through the jungle to rescue the hostages. Target Zero combines the literary flair of Hemingway, with the story writing skills of MacLean, to produce an action adventure of the highest order.< Less
Titanic and the Men of Steel By Pauline Campbell
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‘Titanic and the Men of Steel’ is a short play which follows the story of the Titanic, from the conception of this famous ship, through its building stages up to the launch day. It... More > conjures the image of two sides of this remarkable story. Firstly, the powerful businessmen whose dreams and ambitions were backed by ingenious designs, engineering greatness and strong women. Secondly, we get to know the brave and skilled workers who made these dreams reality. The men of the yard and the ‘shawlies’ from a hundred years ago give a glimpse of the back streets of Belfast, the warmth and humour of local life. This story follows John, a young 15 year old boy, as he passes through the gates of Harland and Wolff shipyard into a dangerous and tough new territory, joining the masses of men building the greatest ships in the world.< Less

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