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The Preponderance of an Invasion By Jim White
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The Preponderance of an Invasion is the first of a two book set, second title - Provenance of LYE – both books are necessary essential tools for people that are attempting to prove Native... More > American ancestry when or if suspected. Included are Immigrants beginning before establishment of Jamestown May 7, 1607. The Forerunner title published – Historical Snapshot – also necessary to provide some background information not included in the latter two. Please review all three books. Preponderance includes very early genealogy of two Mariner Primary Explorer families heavily involved in Establishing the North America Fur Trade – first is Carpenter documented to 1422, and Chartier documented to 1462. The Records used are the Original Set of Books maintained in France, The Netherlands, and Canada. The combined set of Records is comprised of 29 Volumes – I own the Originals, and the English Translation – Canada owns the French Translation. Several families proved to modern families via DNA-Y test< Less
Home Invasion By Zizou Arvizu
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Meth dealers create a nightmare for families nationwide. Until a group of trained Marines take their Iraqie Training to the streets with a plan to take no prisoners in this violent game of Cats and... More > Mice.< Less
Asian Carp Invasion & Japan's Nuclear Spill???? By S. A. Bell
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End of times thriller. As a result of Japan's Nuclear catastrophe, bloated,decaying carcasses of marine lives washed ashore by the millions; their food source was destroyed. With their food source... More > gone, economies across the world collapsed--destabilizing their countries. The only food source that survived in the entire world was in the Canadian/Michigan’s untouched pristine Great Lakes—the Asian Carp. A single female Bighead Carp can have 11,000 to 1.8 million eggs, and a single female Silver Carp can have 57,000 to 4.3 million eggs; people will kill for it and its eggs. So, after picking towns and cities clean by a generation of scavengers, mass migrations of starving people from all across the world race towards Michigan. Coups form, thus, triggering a new civil war with a power hungry Governor gone rogue.< Less
Gung Ho Marines! World War 2 Memoir of an Amtrac Commander By Harry Lee Neely
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Merriam Press World War II Memoir No. 6. First eBook Edition, 2015. This is not for the faint of heart. Because Harry Neely is who he is, and has been through what he has been through, this tells the... More > raw unvarnished truth of the early 1940s, the dirty ugly truth about war. It reveals the hatred that is instilled into troops before battle. It reveals the brutality that is released in war. This is also about love, the unconditional love that a man displays when he retrieves the wounded under fire, or shares a poncho with a wet Marine, or saddles up and moves out to stop a Japanese counteroffensive. This is one man’s war as seen by one man and told by one man. It is also every man’s war in one way or another. If your brother, father, grandfather, uncle or friend fought as a combatant in World War II, read this and then you will know. From boot camp, to the invasions of Kwajalein, Guam and Okinawa, with a rest stop between invasions at Guadalcanal, this is Harry's war. 51 photos.< Less
The Motor Boat Club off Long Island; or, A Daring Marine Game at Racing Speed By H. Irving (Harrie Irving) Hancock
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Harrie Irving Hancock (1866?–1922) was an American chemist... More > and writer, mainly remembered as an author of children's literature and juveniles in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and as having written a fictional depiction of a German invasion of the United States.Hancock was born in Massachusetts on January 16, 1868. His parents were William Henry and Laura (Oakes) Hancock. Hancock married Nellie Stein on December 21, 1887. They had two daughters, apparently adopted: Vivian Morris Hancock and Doris Hancock.A prolific author who liked to work at night, Hancock wrote for the New York Journal, the New York World, and Leslie's Weekly. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._Irving_Hancock< Less
Northern Pike By Eli Epstien
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NORTHERN PIKE INVASIVE SPECIES REPORT My wildlife management plan I chose for my term paper is an invasive species or a species that is not from a area that is transplanted flourishes then becomes a... More > danger to the indigenous life in that ecosystem. The agency trying to control the population is called the D.F.G. or Dept of Fish and Game. The program is called the Invasive Species program which trys to decrease the populations by educating the masses on the dangers of releasing these species< Less
The Weasel Squadron By Philip Martin McCaulay
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The Weasel Squadron chronicles the adventures of Major Tommy “Poppy” Weasel and his Marine Corps officer friends from their helicopter training through the Grenada Invasion. After their... More > retirement, they are asked by General Irons to go undercover on a top secret mission to the country of Flatistan to help rescue American hostages. The mission is extremely dangerous because Flatistan is run by the ruthless dictator Mumu Kolache and his two sons Adolf and Pol Pot. Meanwhile, in Flatistan, the hostages play an exhibition lacrosse game against the guards and the guards cause serious intentional injury to the hostages. Kolache plans to put the hostages on trial as spies then sentence them to death by stoning. Poppy and his team rescue the hostages, then the hostages sneak off to steal the gold that a drunken guard told them was hidden in the royal palace. Poppy's adventures were made into a television series called Pop Goes the Weasel. The series was parodied in a movie called The Squeaky Weasel Squadron.< Less
The Weasel Squadron By Philip Martin McCaulay
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The Weasel Squadron chronicles the adventures of Major Tommy “Poppy” Weasel and his Marine Corps officer friends from their helicopter training through the Grenada Invasion. After their... More > retirement, they are asked by General Irons to go undercover on a top secret mission to the country of Flatistan to help rescue American hostages. The mission is extremely dangerous because Flatistan is run by the ruthless dictator Mumu Kolache and his two sons Adolf and Pol Pot. Meanwhile, in Flatistan, the hostages play an exhibition lacrosse game against the guards and the guards cause serious intentional injury to the hostages. Kolache plans to put the hostages on trial as spies then sentence them to death by stoning. Poppy and his team rescue the hostages, then the hostages sneak off to steal the gold that a drunken guard told them was hidden in the royal palace. Poppy's adventures were made into a television series called Pop Goes the Weasel. The series was parodied in a movie called The Squeaky Weasel Squadron.< Less
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First Contact War By Bob Base
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They came from another world. But not in peace,instead they brought War, and on a massive scale. This is the story of two brothers. One a Marine, the other a Pilot. One fights in the trenches,the... More > other on the very edge of space. But this is not just their story it is the story of a global conflict against an Alien race. A race that came not to meet but to destroy and man's first view of an alien lifeform was to be through the sights of his weapons. This would be a conflict not for planetary resources, but for the survival of an entire species.< Less