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Books by Thomas B. Spademan
My Father is a Philosopher: Paradoxes and Puzzles for Thinkers Young and Old By Thomas B. Spademan
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Young people and the young at heart will love this unique introduction to philosophy. With fabulous and whimsical pictures and a commentary at the end designed to help an adult guide the younger... More > reader, Daughter, Father and Little Brother playfully consider classic paradoxes and philosophical puzzles. Why is does Father think it is impossible for Daughter to leave her room to grab a cookie? Is Daughter's rhinoceros really missing? When Little Brother says that he is lying, is he telling the truth? How exactly did that train come out of Daughter's mouth?< 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
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