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Chimeraworld #6 By Mike Philbin
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In the near future, the world awakens to the corporate threat of the New World Order: a leaderless resistance defeats the global elite. Stories from Alex Severin, Tina Starr, Paul Pinn, Andrew Hook,... More > Danny O'Connor, James A. Stewart, Arley Sorg, Robert Guffey, Sheri Fresonke Harper, Justin Oldham, Thomas Henry Dylan, Mitchell Warren, C. C. Parker, Jeff Drake, Tim Lieder, Aaron Polson, Scott M. Sandridge, John Walters, Peter Diseth, Kevin James Miller, Richard Marsden, J.W. Ocker and You The People.< Less
Chimeraworld #6 By Mike Philbin
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In the near future, the world awakens to the corporate threat of the New World Order: a leaderless resistance defeats the global elite. Stories from Alex Severin, Tina Starr, Paul Pinn, Andrew Hook,... More > Danny O'Connor, James A. Stewart, Arley Sorg, Robert Guffey, Sheri Fresonke Harper, Justin Oldham, Thomas Henry Dylan, Mitchell Warren, C. C. Parker, Jeff Drake, Tim Lieder, Aaron Polson, Scott M. Sandridge, John Walters, Peter Diseth, Kevin James Miller, Richard Marsden, J.W. Ocker and You The People.< Less
Snowclones By Rob Nadeau & Benjamin King
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An artist book/catalogue of the show Snowclones, curated by Benjamin King and Rob Nadeau for Art Blog Art Blog (http://artblogartblog.com/index.php?/projects/snowclones/) as the fourth show in a ten... More > show series curated by Josh Abelow during the summer/fall of 2011. Artists included: INNA BABAEVA DREW BEATTIE SUSAN BRICKER DAVID DEUTSCH MICHAEL DOPP EJ HAUSER PAM JORDEN RACHEL LIEBER BENJAMIN KING LAUREN LULOFF MICHAEL MAHALCHICK ROB NADEAU JULIA OLDHAM JOHN PEARSON CLINTEL STEED JACKIE SACCOCCIO HOLLY ZAUSNER< Less
The Layrock of Langley-Side By Ben Brierley
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Once again Ben Brierley wields his pen to weave a fine story in which love triumphs over evil and poor impoverished Lancashire handloom weavers have something to celebrate for once. Set in the... More > textile village of Langley-side, somewhere on the edge of the Pennines betwixt Oldham and Rochdale, this is a Christmas story combining festivity, theft and mystery. Despite being published in 1864 at the height of the American Civil War and the consequent Lancashire Cotton Famine, Ben commences his tale in the year of 1860 and completes it before the American War began to have its full impact. A thoroughly enjoyable read for people of all ages. Published in support of the Working Class Movement Library, Salford, M5 4WX.< Less
Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan (Illustrated) By Toru Dutt
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“It is difficult to exaggerate when we try to estimate what we have lost in the premature death of Toru Dutt. Literature has no honours which need have been beyond the grasp of a girl who at... More > the age of twenty-one, and in languages separated from her own by so deep a chasm, had produced so much of lasting worth. And her courage and fortitude were worthy of her intelligence. Among "last words" of celebrated people, that which her father has recorded, "It is only the physical pain that makes me cry," is not the least remarkable, or the least significant of strong character. It was to a native of our island, and to one ten years senior to Toru, to whom it was said, in words more appropriate, surely, to her than to Oldham.”< Less
The Pattens an Ulster: Scots Family In Ireland By David Slattery
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This is the story of a family, who emigrated from Scotland to the Plantation in Ulster in the eighteenth century. Over the following three hundred years they formed part of the Middle Class of... More > Ireland. Although the activities of the Presbyterian community in the north of Ireland have been well documented, particularly in relation to the development of the present Province of Ulster and in America, their place in the country as a whole has often been discounted. In particular they played a significant role in its economic progress. This book is an attempt to chart the lives and activities of one family of Ulster-Scots merchants who left their home in the North to play a part in the wider history of Ireland. A study of the families into which they married, particularly the Moores of Londonderry, the Joneses of Oldham and the Ardouins of Paris, broadens the picture to demonstrate the family and business links that involved all of the British Isles and spread on to the Continent.< Less
The Pattens An Ulster- Scots family in Ireland By david slattery
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This is the story of a family, who emigrated from Scotland to the Plantation in Ulster in the eighteenth century. Over the following three hundred years they formed part of the Middle Class of... More > Ireland. Although the activities of the Presbyterian community in the north of Ireland have been well documented, particularly in relation to the development of the present Province of Ulster and in America, their place in the country as a whole has often been discounted. In particular they played a significant role in its economic progress. This book is an attempt to chart the lives and activities of one family of Ulster-Scots merchants who left their home in the North to play a part in the wider history of Ireland. A study of the families into which they married, particularly the Moores of Londonderry, the Joneses of Oldham and the Ardouins of Paris, broadens the picture to demonstrate the family and business links that involved all of the British Isles and spread on to the Continent.< Less
The Pattens An Ulster- Scots family in Ireland By david slattery
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This is the story of a family, who emigrated from Scotland to the Plantation in Ulster in the eighteenth century. Over the following three hundred years they formed part of the Middle Class of... More > Ireland. Although the activities of the Presbyterian community in the north of Ireland have been well documented, particularly in relation to the development of the present Province of Ulster and in America, their place in the country as a whole has often been discounted. In particular they played a significant role in its economic progress. This book is an attempt to chart the lives and activities of one family of Ulster-Scots merchants who left their home in the North to play a part in the wider history of Ireland. A study of the families into which they married, particularly the Moores of Londonderry, the Joneses of Oldham and the Ardouins of Paris, broadens the picture to demonstrate the family and business links that involved all of the British Isles and spread on to the Continent.< Less
Shoki: The Story of Sensei Pete Ratcliff By Nick Armbrister
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This is a book about a friend of mine who loves Martial Arts, especially karate. Sensei Pete Ratcliff is the chief instructor at Miyabi-Ryu (Oldham) club. He started to take an interest in martial... More > arts over 30 years ago in 1979. He went on to train in Shotokan Karate in 1984 under Sensei Fred Jones. Sensei Pete has trained with some great names in martial arts such as Andy Sherry, Charles Gidley, Jimmy Edwards and Frank Brennan. Sensei Pete joined the British National Team in 1986 and trained with them until 1990 successfully entering both Kata and Kumita competitions. Sensei Pete has explored other styles of martial arts such as Shukokai Karate, Thai-boxing and Kung-fu. Sensei Pete is currently studying Ju-jitsu under Sensei Andy Wilshaw. Sensei Pete has also trained with Grand Masters such as Jack Hogan, Joe Hess, Bill Thurston and other Masters such as Frankco Sanguinetti, Joao Fernandes, Toni Kauhanen and Sensei Dave Macintyre. Black and white interior photos.< Less
Shoki: The Story of Sensei Pete Ratcliff By Nick Armbrister
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This is a book about a friend of mine who loves Martial Arts, especially karate. Sensei Pete Ratcliff is the chief instructor at Miyabi-Ryu (Oldham) club. He started to take an interest in martial... More > arts over 30 years ago in 1979. He went on to train in Shotokan Karate in 1984 under Sensei Fred Jones. Sensei Pete has trained with some great names in martial arts such as Andy Sherry, Charles Gidley, Jimmy Edwards and Frank Brennan. Sensei Pete joined the British National Team in 1986 and trained with them until 1990 successfully entering both Kata and Kumita competitions. Sensei Pete has explored other styles of martial arts such as Shukokai Karate, Thai-boxing and Kung-fu. Sensei Pete is currently studying Ju-jitsu under Sensei Andy Wilshaw. Sensei Pete has also trained with Grand Masters such as Jack Hogan, Joe Hess, Bill Thurston and other Masters such as Frankco Sanguinetti, Joao Fernandes, Toni Kauhanen and Sensei Dave Macintyre.< Less

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