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The Happy Bus By Louisa Campbell
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Louisa Campbell, a former mental health nurse, grew up coping with her childhood by dissociating: splitting off difficult experiences into different parts of her personality. She writes as adult and... More > child, therapist and patient, and even as a dog, as she charts the bumpy ride from dissociation, through anger, depression and anxiety to clarity, peace and joy. She hopes anyone who has had to lock away painful emotions might find something useful within the lines of her poems. She lives in Kent, England. * "Louisa Campbell's poetry is wild and daring. It crackles with giant passions and relentless, surging energy. By turns poignant, terrifying and exuberant, The Happy Bus steers the reader through a landscape of dazzling colours." - John McCullough "A great ear, her words link to each other for sound and affirmation; zany and there for us; a new voice negotiating with poetry, rather than someone trying to make poems in the style of." - Ira Lightman< Less
The Descendants of John and Mary Harvey Volume 4: Giles, Reuben, Joel, Elizabeth, Lucinda and John C. Harvey By Cheryl Shaffer
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This is the final book in the Harvey family series and focuses on John and Mary Harvey’s six youngest children. It explains the lives of Giles (1838–1862), Reuben (1840–1904), Joel... More > (1841–1842), Elizabeth (1843–1930), Lucinda (1845–1918) and John C. Harvey (1848–1931). These children were born in Illinois, Texas, and Missouri. These Harvey family members married or had children that were also part of the following families: Giles‘s wife’s maiden name was Rains. Reuben Harvey’s wife was a Radcliff, and the family was connected to the Stewarts, Frost, Bartholomew, Goldsworthy, Keeble, Coffer, Leonard, Rice, and Kirk families. Elizabeth C. Harvey and her husband were tied to the Speece, Lybarger, Edgar, Thompson, Culver and Webb families. Lucinda Harvey and her two spouses were related to the Campbell, Bunton and Sheets families. John C. Harvey and his spouse were connected to the Sayles, Sharps, Arthur, Richardson, Helm and Ambrose families.< Less
In This Place: A History of St John the Evangelist's Church, Ravenhead with Emmanuel, 1869 - 2012 By Paul Henry
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Awarded 'Heritage Publication of the Year 2013' by St Helens Heritage Network. 'In This Place' offers a comprehensive narrative of the clergy, congregations and buildings that have been associated... More > with the parish of Ravenhead, St Helens. Through its 620 pages, you can read about the development of the churches and schools, and view over 300 photographs, maps, drawings and artworks produced throughout the church history. Almost four years in production, hundreds of different sources have been used to gather the information, which has given rise to light-hearted anecdotes that sit comfortably within the detailed chronological account that begins even before the churches were built. The book includes written contributions from two of Ravenhead's former vicars - Rev. Frank Allred and Rev. Roy Doran. It is sold here at cost price. If you enjoy the book and are able to do so, please consider making a donation to St John's Church, Ravenhead. www.stjohnsravenhead.org.uk/historybook< Less
The History of the John and Mary Harvey Family, 1800–1871 By Cheryl Shaffer
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"The History of the John and Mary Harvey Family, 1800–1871" documents the origins of the Harvey family and explains how the family spread across the United States. Based on... More > thirty-seven years of research, it is a well-sourced volume that details the inter-workings of the family through letters, newspapers, court records and photographs. This rare book is an invaluable reference for professional and amateur genealogists who trace the Harvey family as well as the Loggins, Scott, Hedrick, Croley, Hitchcock, Rains, Tyree, Gooch, Lorton, Radcliff, Speece, Campbell and Sheets families. Complete with illustrations, indexes and appendices that lay out the bibliography and methodology, it provides new information and stories never before recorded.< Less
Science Wonder Stories May 1930 By Ed Earl Repp et al.
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A PULP TALES PRESS REPLICA. The final issue of SCIENCE WONDER STORIES appeared in May 1930. It was then absorbed into WONDER STORIES. This issue features Part 2 of "The Evening Star" by Dr.... More > David H. Keller, "The City of the Living Dead" by Laurence Manning and Fletcher Pratt, and "The Infinite Brain" by John C. Campbell. Also appearing in this issue are Ed Earl Repp, D. D. Sharp, and J. Stallworth Daniels.< Less
Catherine Weissenberg By H G Campbell
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This is the true story of how I found my 5 times great grandmother Catherine Weissenberg and my 5 times great grandfather Sir William Johnson and the great love of his later years Gonwatsijayenni... More > also known as Molly Brandt who was a Mohawk of the Wolf clan. Both women were lied to and deceived by Sir William Johnson who might have thought he would get away with it in colonial America and maybe he did. Now the truth can be told thanks to the internet age. The big dispute was always who should inherit the title of Baronet of New York? Catherine Weissenbergs son John or a son of Molly Brant or one of his many other sons. I have researched this question and found that the correct answer is that there never should have been a second Baronet and the full proof is here in this book.< Less
In This Place: A History of St John the Evangelist's Church, Ravenhead with Emmanuel (1869 - 2012) [Full Colour, Casewrap, Hardback] By Paul Henry
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Note: This publication is available much cheaper as a B&W paperback. This copy is presented as a full-colour hardback with colour restored to over 140 of the images and is sold here at cost... More > price. 'In This Place' was awarded 'Heritage Publication of the Year 2013' by St Helens Heritage Network. It offers a comprehensive narrative of the clergy, congregations and buildings that have been associated with the parish of Ravenhead, St Helens. Through 620 pages, we learn of the development of the churches and schools, and view over 300 photographs, maps, drawings and artworks. Almost 4 years in production, hundreds of sources have been used to gather information, giving rise to light-hearted anecdotes that sit comfortably within a detailed chronological account. The book includes written contributions from two of Ravenhead's former vicars - Rev. Frank Allred and Rev. Roy Doran. www.stjohnsravenhead.org.uk/historybook< Less
On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell & Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
On the Potomac River By Douglas E. Campbell & Thomas B. Sherman
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The Potomac River meanders in its 383-mile journey past natural settings of the forests, rocks and falls (Great Falls, Little Falls, Three Sisters Rocks, Mather Gorge), the convergence of other... More > rivers into the Potomac (the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry, the Eastern Branch of the Potomac at Washington, D.C., now called Anacostia River) and the architecture of man-made points of interest (Mount Vernon, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Harper’s Ferry, Fort Washington). Douglas Campbell (writer) and Thomas Sherman (artist) followed the entire length of the winding Potomac through its four distinct geographical areas: the Appalachian highlands of the westernmost portion of Maryland and the northern portion of West Virginia, Maryland’s Cumberland Valley (called Shenandoah Valley in Virginia), the rolling Piedmont country beyond the Catocin mountains and the brackish Tidewater area where the waters become affected by the tidal pulls of the sun and moon.< Less
Cosmos By Ralph Milne Farley et al.
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FIRST EDITION: This novel was written by 18 science fiction authors in a round-robin format--each chapter by a different author (or in the case of one chapter, two writers). Alpha Centauri versus the... More > Solar System. A great space adventure story.< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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