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How To Be A Model Marine Wife By Real Marine Wives
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A collection of humorous stories from real Marine Wives.
How To Be A Model Marine Wife By Real Marine Wives
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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner By Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Coleridge was educated at Christ's Hospital, London, At this time hewas an ardent non-conformist and in 1796 preached throughout the West Country, deciding, however, not to become a minister. In... More > 1797 he met William Wordsworth and for the next year and a half lived and worked closely with him, collaborating to produce the Lyrical Ballads. In 1798, Coleridge set out for Germany, where he studied Kant, Schiller and Scheling. On his return he moved to the Lake District to be with the Wordsworths, but suffered from his failing marriage and an increasing dependence on opium. He also fell hopelessly in love with Wordsworth's future sister-in-law, Sara Hutchinson, the inspiration for his love poems of this period, and separated from his wife in 1807. In 1816 he lodged in the London household of a young surgeon Dr James Gilman. The publication of Christabel in this year assured his reputation( taken from http://www.poemhunter.com/samuel-taylor-coleridge/biography/).Edited by Paul Hessel for Errant Editions.< Less
Becoming a Private's Wife By Alexis Mazzoli, Griffin Loftin
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Becoming a Private's Wife is a guide for new Military spouses who don't quite know the ropes yet. Full of personal anecdotes, advice, and useful information to help any Military spouse to begin their... More > new life.< Less
Becoming a Private's Wife By Alexis Mazzoli, Griffin Loftin
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Becoming a Private's Wife is a guide for new Military spouses who don't quite know the ropes yet. Full of personal anecdotes, advice, and useful information to help any Military spouse to begin their... More > new life.< Less
Reminiscences of a Soldiers Wife By Ellen Biddle
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Great novel of a soldiers wife full of romance action and adventure
My Say The Military Wife Way By R.L. Winters
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Just breaking down a few topics to dig a little deeper. Things that aren't discussed aren't solved.
My Say The Military Wife Way By R.L. Winters
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Just breaking down a few topics to dig a little deeper. Things that aren't discussed aren't solved.
A Ship Sails from Newport: Charles F. Spademan of Marine City, Michigan By Thomas B. Spademan
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This is a summary of what is known about the life and family of Charles Frederick Spademan (1823-1904), his first wife, Catharine (Schreiner) Spademan (1829-1865), and his second wife, Margaret... More > (Allington) Spademan (1835-1910), mid-Nineteenth Century immigrants or, in the case of Margaret, a daughter of immigrants, who came to America from Germany, England, and Scotland, and settled in Marine City, Michigan (then known as Newport). “Pioneer and Veteran” Charles Spademan, who came to Michigan in about 1851, was a butcher, a farmer, the owner of a successful meat market, a Civil War soldier, and the owner of lake boats. Through hard work, Charles, Catharine, and Margaret, like so many others in the 19th century, made life better for themselves, their descendents, and their community.< Less
A Ship Sails from Newport: Charles F. Spademan of Marine City, Michigan By Thomas B. Spademan
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This is a summary of what is known about the life and family of Charles Frederick Spademan (1823-1904), his first wife, Catharine (Schreiner) Spademan (1829-1865), and his second wife, Margaret... More > (Allington) Spademan (1835-1910), mid-Nineteenth Century immigrants or, in the case of Margaret, a daughter of immigrants, who came to America from Germany, England, and Scotland, and settled in Marine City, Michigan (then known as Newport). “Pioneer and Veteran” Charles Spademan, who came to Michigan in about 1851, was a butcher, a farmer, the owner of a successful meat market, a Civil War soldier, and the owner of lake boats. Through hard work, Charles, Catharine, and Margaret, like so many others in the 19th century, made life better for themselves, their descendents, and their community.< Less