This book has 697 pages, has an extensive name index, an extensive table of contents and hundreds of photos. It covers the family history of Charles Negus Carroll (1812-1902) and the family histories... More > of his 14 children who lived to maturity: Willard Carroll (1848-1906), Kezia A. Carroll (1857-1942), Charles W. Carroll (1859-1959), Lucy Carroll Heaton (1862-1937), Jane Carroll Heaton (1864-1949), Lovina Carroll Heaton (1866-1961), Emma Carroll Seegmiller Higbee (1868-1954), Frederick G. Carroll (1870-1946), George F. Carroll(1892-1949), Edward Carroll (1875-1956), Eleanor Carroll Bolander (1875-1957), Julia Carroll Chamberlain (1877-1959), Amealia Carroll Heaton (1880-1973) and Amy Carroll Stark (1882-1973).< Less
This delightful book provides strategies for success in school by showing students how to work effectively so that they have enough time for fun. It also includes letters from students on such... More > subjects as cheating, teachers and test anxiety. It is based on materials on getting good grades from the School for Champions website at www.school-for-champions.com.< Less
“E Z Build Living Quarters” (A Guide to Building Living Quarters) was written to help you build your own Horse Trailer Living Quarters. I have been in the business of building living... More > quarters for the past 10 years. This chaptered, pictorial eBook takes you from layout to the finished Living Quarters of your dreams.
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The Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies is an annual journal written and edited specifically for personal property appraisers. The content includes original research articles, integrative reviews... More > and topical discussions of professional appraisal issues and concerns from a variety of perspectives, theories and approaches.
The 2008 edition contains over 20 articles and contributions from many nationally and internationally recognized personal property appraisers and from appraisal related industries such as auction houses, insurance brokerages, museums and cultural property conservators. Wendell Garrett of the Magazine Antiques called the Journal of Advanced Appraisal Studies "Sound in scholarship, lively in presentation, sharp in focus. These articles bring to life the accuracy, interest and importance of judging and evaluating the practice of appraising. A must have for anyone in the appraisal field."< Less