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Journal of Expedition to Mt. Liebig 1933-34 By Alastair Lack
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A diary of a Sydney University trip to Central Australia in 1934 kept by Charles Hansard Lack. Profusely illustrated by contemporary photographs.
Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers, Volume A By Bill Lockhart
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Volume A is the first volume of the Encyclopedia of Manufacturer's Marks on Glass Containers. The book is filled with information about the logos, histories, and dating of both the glass factories... More > and the marks that they used.< Less
Great Prisoner of War Escapes By Ross R. Olney
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Every soldier, if he or she is captured, knows it is their duty to try to escape. Although not all prisoners of war do try to escape, those who do know that they are still in the battle because they... More > are forcing the enemy to use extra troops and time to try to recapture them. In every war, there are then a few POW's who make a dangerous crusade out of escaping. They are driven to escape. They are desperate to return to action. This book is about some of the prisoners who were the most enthusiastic about doing their duty. Their duty was to escape. This book is dedicated to them.< Less
Civil War P.O.W. By Larry A. Jones & Phillip Tichenor
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The biography, journal and letters of a frontier lawyer who enlisted in the Union Army during the Civil War, was captured, and died in Andersonville Prison, Georgia
The Mysteries of Jambu Dweepa By Uday kumar
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An Intelligent civilization bustling with life in the mystic land of ancient vedic India "The Jambu Dweepa" millions of years ago.........
Us History: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly By John Laws
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Nobody will reject the fact that history is one of the most important out of the other disciplines. To know other subjects we are supposed to learn history and use it to our profit and prosperity.... More > History gives us the “today”, by which we mean all the things we use to make our lives easier and more comfortable. History is not only a college book or an article or a news paper published three hundred years ago, it is every single thing that we’ve experienced, our own history, united with others. The beginning of the history comes not only from the first record of human existence but from the first trace, a footprint of a first creature with abstract thinking. With this ebook discover: - Best us history secrets revealed - The 6 best things about US history - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
The DMZ: Dividing the Two Koreas By Rober Koehler et al.
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Four kilometers wide and stretching 250 km from the East Sea to the West Sea, the Korean Demilitarized Zone divides the Korean Peninsula roughly in half, with the Republic of Korea to the south and... More > the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to the north. Born of the fratricidal Korean War, it is perhaps the oldest continuous symbol of the Cold War and a tense border separating the two halves of the world's last divided nation, where democracy and communism still glare at one another in mutual animosity. Nowhere is this more evident than at the Joint Security Area (JSA) near the so-called "truce village" of Panmunjeom, where South Korean and North Korean soldiers stand practically face to face, the hostility almost palpable.< Less
Reflections: A History of Grinnell Regional Medical Center By Grinnell Regional Medical Center
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This book has been produced as part of GRMC’s 40th Anniversary. GRMC’s Office of Public Relations collaborated with two Grinnell College interns and the medical center’s volunteer... More > archivist to create this celebration and review of your hospital.< Less
Adwick-Le-Street... A Social and Economic History By Paul Reynoldson
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Between the Roman’s Rule and the Norman Conquest of 1066 there is no real documented evidence for local historians to get their teeth into. This is due chiefly to the continuous changing of... More > place names. We do know, however that Doncaster and Conisborough were both Saxon burghs, burgh meaning a fortified settlement. Similarly Burghwallis, Sprotborough and Mexborough, may have been fortified settlements also. No doubt, within our long history the Danes settled in Adwick and surrounding areas, we know this due to a find of a grave containing the skeletal remains of a Viking female whilst excavation work was being carried out to lay sewerage pipes for a new development in 2001. some of the finds from the dig The Danes would have come up the Humber estuary and the river Don, a lot of the older place names are Danish in origin, Hangthwaite, meaning a hanging clearing and Langthwaite, this area stretched from Highfields to Castle Hills.< Less
George Family History - Volume I By Marvin A. Grant Jr.
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Col. John George (1603-1679) of Isle of Wight County, Virginia and his descendants of VA, TN, NC and other states. Volume One contains the Family History. Volume Two contains transcripts of Source... More > documents, letters, etc.< Less