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Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly 1973 Edition By Boulder Genealogical Society
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Vol 5, No 1, Feb 1973; Origins of Sunshine; Records St. John’s Episcopal Church; Burials in Sunset Cemetery; Burials in Salina Cemetery; Burials in Pleasant View Cemetery; Pioneer John H... More > Pickel; Mortuary Records-Deaths and Burials April 1902 to February 1904; Ltr from Span-Amer War; Vol 5, No 2, May 1973; Origins of Caribou; History Catholic Church in Boulder; Early Catholic Baptisms; Pioneer Barnett Dodd; Pioneer Peter J Johnson; Seitel Family Bible; School Teachers 1890s; Vol 5, No 3, Aug 1973; Origins of Lyons; Burials Sacred Heart of Jesus; Pioneer John Brierly; Pioneer John Dawson; Long-Emery Family Bible; Steinaker Family Bible; Pioneer Cemeteries Boulder County; Burials Superior Cem; Muster Roll Tyler’s Rangers, Colorado Militia; Neil Carmichael Sullivan, Jr; Dr Charles Chauncey; Rules for Boulder Teachers 100 Years Ago; Vol 5, No 4, Nov 1973; Origins of Jamestown; Moxcey Family Sampler; Early Women Doctors; Burials Sunshine Cem; Officers 1st Methodist Church; Deaths by May 31, 1885< Less
Soo Thah: A Tale of the Making of the Karen Nation By Alonzo Bunker
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Soo Thah: A Tale of the Making of the Karen Nation By Alonzo Bunker. This is a true story. While its narration is not always chronological, yet all the incidents herein told are facts which occurred... More > in the experience of the writer, or within his knowledge. All the characters are true to name and life, except Soo Thah, whose real name was Soo Yah. This change has been made in order that certain incidents in the story might be added to his life to complete a true picture. The aim of the story is to give a photographic view of the daily life of the heathen Hillmen of Burma. The reading of this book has brought it all up with vividness, tenderness and power. Dr. Bunker has used a graphic pen. He has caught the luxuriance of the, forests, the grandeur of the mountains, and the soft tints of the oriental sunsets, and made his disciple "live, move and have his being" in a world of reality and charm. The lands of heathendom are far from being the dismal places which many conceive them to be.< Less
Carmilla By Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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Le Fanu presents the story as part of the casebook of Dr. Hesselius, whose departures from medical orthodoxy rank him as the first occult detective in literature.[5] Laura, the teenage protagonist,... More > narrates, beginning with her childhood in a "picturesque and solitary" castle amid an extensive forest in Styria, where she lives with her father, a wealthy English widower retired from service to the Austrian Empire. When she was six, Laura had a vision of a beautiful visitor in her bedchamber. She later claims to have been punctured in her breast, although no wound was found. Twelve years later, Laura and her father are admiring the sunset in front of the castle when her father tells her of a letter from his friend, General Spielsdorf. The General was supposed to bring his niece, Bertha Rheinfeldt, to visit the two, but the niece suddenly died under mysterious circumstances. The General ambiguously concludes that he will discuss the circumstances in detail when they meet later.< Less
Playing Cello for the Trees By Amy Tatko
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Edith Small is on a mission. At the age of seventy-five, she faces the ultimate deadline: to finish her life’s work before her time is up. Only three tasks remain on her “Lifetime List of... More > Things To Do.” She must find her high-school sweetheart, watch a sunrise and sunset on a Greek island, and learn to fly an airplane. When she finishes, she intends to fulfill the vow that she made years earlier to live well – and to die well. Ambitious young journalist Lucy Hunt is assigned to follow Edith and write about her for their hometown newspaper. From Oregon to Vermont, New York City, the Greek Island of Santorini, and finally the shores of California, Edith and Lucy take on one adventure after another. Along the way, Lucy examines her own convictions, fears, and identity, and what it means to be a writer of true stories in a complex, changing world. As Edith races to complete her lifetime list, Lucy watches with disbelief and fear to see how her heroine’s story will end.< Less
I Will Hold My Candle and Other Stories for Christmas By Dave Carver
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What is the most beautiful sight in the world? For some, it’s a beach at sunset. For others, it’s the masterpiece hanging in an art museum. And for still others, it’s the... More > scoreboard showing the home team winning the championship. For Pastor Dave Carver, it’s the image he sees each Christmas Eve as God’s people sing “Silent Night, Holy Night” in the glow of their hand-held candles. Christmas Eve is, for Pastor Dave, a glimpse of how things are supposed to be: God’s people gathered around the ancient text, the welcoming community, and the ever-living Story of the night that God became one of us. I Will Hold My Candle is a collection of short stories that Pastor Dave has written to help the people in his community engage the Greatest of Stories in new and fresh ways. Listen for the ways in which God’s promises ring true in our world and allow Dave’s imagination to spur your own. Perhaps you will be able to see your life, or your neighbor, in a whole new light.< Less
On Gossamer Wings By Don Edmundson
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Story of a young cop, Patrick Connolly, who was beach sitting, watching the sunset, and pondering his first day as a new Detective. From his location, near the Santa Monica Pier, Patrick is memorized... More > by 2 thermal distortions that are moving above the water. Patrick then sees a Seagull diving to snatch up a fish that has swam close to the water’s surface. The bird strikes something a few yards from the ground, and fall, to the sandy beach. A second later, one of the distortions changes to solid form, and a man fall. Immediately, the second distortion takes solid form and a young woman kneels down next to the man. Cautiously, Patrick approaches to investigate. Within an hour, Patrick discovers that the man’s name is Dovan, his sister is called Verossi, and they come from a world called, Lemparr. The aliens are telepathic, can make themselves invisible, and can soar like an eagle. Soon, the adventure begins when they help Patrick and his partner secretly solve crimes. As usual, many story lines and surprises.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2017 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn is a season for counting our blessings. For realizing just how much we have in life where so many others are without. It can often be easy to take things for granted. Things which millions of... More > people desperately dream of having. By pausing for a moment, and looking around with mindfulness, we can find a new center. Artwork takes us on this journey of appreciating the beauty in every day. The shimmering violet of a flower's petal. The rich glow of autumn foliage. The masterpiece of a luminous sunset. Poetry shimmers with vision. The delicate parasol of Queen Anne's lace. The coy flirtations of a luminous moon. The charcoal tears of raindrops in dust. Fiction draws us in to worlds which could easily be our own. A grandmother whose memories gambol and fade. A woman who relives the fears of a long-distant past. A young man who treasures every day he has left to him. Non-Fiction invites us into a fellow traveler's world. A woman meets her adopted daughter for the first time.< Less
A Poetry Note to Dry My Tear By Laura Rubis
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Music is my soul’s world. I close my eyes and a thousand music notes accompany my thoughts flying far away like a seagull baring its freedom. Those wings take it into the horizon, and it is... More > free. I see the waves of the sea breaking onto the rocks, I see the sunset colour the world red, a world turning in endless spaces of the Universe, a world that dies if you don’t listen to its soul. Nature is the soul of the world. Its colours, its sound is music. The breath of the wind, of the sea, of a stream is music. The weeping of a child is music. Listen to it, you will be able to understand even its thoughts, and you will learn to love the music that is inside and outside of us. A key is dropped from someone’s hand because they might be looking for you to open their soul and understand. Laura Rubis Laura Rubis, born in Venice, Italy, singer-songwriter, has completed Arts, Music and Show Business Studies and Performative Arts Studies at Venice University.< Less