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Western TV Horses By Pat DeLong
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First series I worked on- oh, the good olde days of heroes wearing white hats and riding off into the sunset. Who couldn't get excited with the William Tell overture playing in the background of the... More > Lone Ranger? I enjoyed doing the research as much as painting these equine actors, who for the most part, were better then their human counterparts. So, anyway- relive those days of the golden age of television with a Hearty Hi-Yo, Silver, away!!!! The horses are the same as in the previous years, I'm just changing the year.< Less
John C. & Christina Borgaard family history By Pat Villars Erickson, Charlene Borgaard Villars
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Family history of John and Christine (Johnson) Borgaard. John immigrated to Nebraska in 1888-9 and came to work for his uncles in Kearney County, Nebraska. Christine immigrated in 1876 with her... More > Danish parents. They raised their 6 children (Ella, Charles, Martha, Clarence, Raymond & William) in Kearney County, Nebraska. These stories were originally compiled through interviews conducted by Charlene Borgaard Villars.< Less
Ariella By Joree Williams
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In her search to find the Universal Truth Ariella with the help of the Sentient Trees travels to many worlds where she encounters both joyous and horrendous beings in her Soul Seeking Search...... More > This is a book that will take you right out of the world you are in ... into the vast Universe that is Ariella's.... Joree's magical words and story are greatly portrayed with artwork and cover design so proudly done Pat Simpson< Less
Living with Cancer Thru Poetry By Joree Williams
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This is a book of poetry that unfolds showing all the emotions felt through living with Cancer. A disease most people know well, through living with it themselves or through a family member or a... More > friend who has suffered the same battle. Joree does not conceal the anguish and pain nor does she hide the joys and thoughts of overcoming... Wonderful, caring, loving, healing words by Joree so beautifully portrayed with artwork and cover design done by Pat Simpson< Less
Living with Cancer Thru Poetry By Joree Williams
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This is a book of poetry that unfolds showing all the emotions felt through living with Cancer. A disease most people know well, through living with it themselves or through a family member or a... More > friend who has suffered the same battle. Joree does not conceal the anguish and pain nor does she hide the joys and thoughts of overcoming... Wonderful, caring, loving, healing words by Joree so beautifully portrayed with artwork and cover design done by Pat Simpson< Less
AL Piper: His Life and Ancestry By William A Piper
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This is the biography of Al Piper. He was born in Irwin, Nebraska on March 6, 1898. His father was Lucien (Pat) Piper and his mother was Mary Etta Ganow. Included in this biography is the ancestry of... More > Al Piper through the Piper and Ganow families and various branches. In some cases the lineage can be traced back to early Colonial days and European emigration. Current generations are explored but not in great detail.< Less
THE ROLLERCOASTER OF SILLYNESS By William Perry Jr
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Bob Ford is a Massachusetts woodsman that chops up wood to keep his house warm all winter. He meets Kayla Hannah, a crazy little girl that acts up because she is not in school. She constantly... More > torments Bob untill he can bear no more. Bob goes to a pet shop to buy a golden retriver named Bosco to protect him. It is there he meets the owner named Pat Blake who takes a great liking to him. They become best friends in a hurry when Bob tells Pat what he has been going through with Kayla. Bob and Pat even plan a nice trip to Delaware to escape Kayla's clutches. Kayla is wanted all over the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for her unruly behavior. She's also in danger of being put in prison. It turns out that Bob and Pat teach her a lesson in being a better person by going to school, and being a good friend. Kayla changes her behavior and is a loving person right away. Set in the fictional town of West Butternut, this is one novel that will bring you closer to the one you love. It will also make you laugh with joy.< Less
The Killing of Billy the Kid By David G Williams
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A play by David G Williams. Billy the Kid, probably the most famous bandit from the Wild West the world has ever known. Yet so little is really known about his suspicious death. There are more... More > questions than answers and here in this fictional setting of an inquest those questions are asked. However, the answers sometimes pose even more questions. Not all is clear in this case, but what is apparent now is that there was more to this than meets the eye. The corruption in New Mexico was endemic as illegal land grabs and trading monopolisation's consumed the territory. Why was the elimination of this previously unknown saddle tramp given such high priority? Why was there no evidence of his death, no photographs and why were they in such a hurry to bury the body? Did Pat Garrett shoot the wrong man? All these tantalising questions and more are raised and answered here in this fictitious event which is set around hard facts.< Less
The Killing of Billy the Kid By David G Williams
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A play by David G Williams. Billy the Kid, probably the most famous bandit from the Wild West the world has ever known. Yet so little is really known about his suspicious death. There are more... More > questions than answers and here in this fictional setting of an inquest those questions are asked. However, the answers sometimes pose even more questions. Not all is clear in this case, but what is apparent now is that there was more to this than meets the eye. The corruption in New Mexico was endemic as illegal land grabs and trading monopolisation's consumed the territory. Why was the elimination of this previously unknown saddle tramp given such high priority? Why was there no evidence of his death, no photographs and why were they in such a hurry to bury the body? Did Pat Garrett shoot the wrong man? All these tantalising questions and more are raised and answered here in this fictitious event which is set around hard facts.< Less
The Young Rajah By William Henry Giles Kingston
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The Young Rajah is a 1922 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino. The film was based on the book Amos Judd by John Ames Mitchell.After fifteen years, Joshua Judd (Charles Ogle) tells his adopted son,... More > Amos (Valentino), that his real father was an Indian maharajah overthrown by Ali Khan (Bertram Grassby). Amos, then a young boy (played by an uncredited Pat Moore), was rescued by General Devi Das Gadi (George Periolat) and taken to America for his safety. (Joshua's merchant brother had been a trusted friend of the late maharajah. )Amos attends Harvard University. There he incurs the hatred of Austin Slade, Jr. (Jack Giddings), whom he beats out for a spot on the rowing team. At a party celebrating a rowing victory over arch-rival Yale, a jealous Slade calls Amos "yellow" and pours a drink on him, causing Amos to punch him. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Young_Rajah Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less