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A Mirror of Palms 1898
Author: A. B. Stoddard
Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC
ISBN: 1497956633
Pages: 128
Year: 2014-03
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1898 Edition.
Year: 1895
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Consists of "accessions" and "books in foreign languages".
Catalogue of Title Entries of Books and Other Articles
Year: 1898
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HNAI Palm Beach Signature Auction Catalog #388
Author: Ivy Press
Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation
ISBN: 1599670011
Year: 2005-10-01
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HNAI Palm Beach Platinum Night Auction Catalog #388
Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation
ISBN: 159967002X
Year: 2005-10-01
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...Religions: philosophy of religion, folk-lore, ethnic religions
Author: Newberry Library
Pages: 237
Year: 1925
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The Mirror
Author: E.N.O. Provencal
Publisher: Graphic Communications Group
Year: 1991-03-28
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Tariff Schedule. 1898
Author: United States
Pages: 628
Year: 1898
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Tariff schedule, 1898
Author: United States. Dept. of the Treasury
Pages: 628
Year: 1898
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Freedom's Mirror
Author: Ada Ferrer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107029422
Pages: 384
Year: 2014-11-28
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"The Haitian Revolution of 1791-1804 was the only slave rebellion in which slaves and former slaves succeeded in ending slavery and establishing an independent state, making it perhaps the most radical revolution of the modern world. Yet on the Spanish island of Cuba, barely fifty miles away, the events in Haiti helped usher in the antithesis of revolutionary emancipation. There, planters and authorities saw the devastation of their neighboring colony and rushed to prevent the same events from happening in Cuba by buttressing the institutions of slavery and colonial rule. Freedom's Mirror follows the reverberations of the Haitian Revolution in Cuba, where the violent entrenchment of slavery occurred at the very moment that the Haitian Revolution provided a powerful and proximate example of slaves destroying slavery. By linking two stories--the story of the Haitian Revolution and that of the rise of Cuban slave society--that are usually told separately, Ada Ferrer sheds fresh light on both of these crucial moments in Caribbean and Atlantic history"--Provided by publisher.
Bring Me Men
Author: Aaron Belkin
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231800673
Pages: 244
Year: 2012
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The masculinity of those who serve in the American military would seem to be indisputable, yet it is full of contradictions. To become a warrior, one must renounce those things in life that are perceived to be unmasculine. Yet at the same time, the military has encouraged and even mandated warriors to do exactly the opposite. explores these contradictions in great detail and shows that their invisibility has been central to the concealment of American empire's darkest secrets. By examining case studies that expose these contradictions, the phenomenon of male-on-male rape at the U.S. Naval Academy, for example, as well as historical and contemporary attitudes toward cleanliness and filth, Belkin utterly upends our understanding of the relationship between warrior masculinity, American empire and the fragile processes sustaining it.
The Wife of His Youth
Author: Charles Waddell Chesnutt
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1537248006
Pages: 230
Year: 2016-08-24
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The Wife of His Youth -- Her Virginia Mammy -- The Sheriff's Children -- A Matter of Principle -- Cicely's Dream -- The Passing of Grandison -- Uncle Wellington's Wives -- The Bouquet -- The Web of Circumstance Show Excerpt s be'n ter Noo Orleens, an' Atlanty, an' Charleston, an' Richmon'; an' w'en I 'd be'n all ober de Souf I come ter de Norf. Fer I knows I 'll fin' 'im some er dese days," she added softly, "er he 'll fin' me, an' den we 'll bofe be as happy in freedom as we wuz in de ole days befo' de wah." A smile stole over her withered countenance as she paused a moment, and her bright eyes softened into a far-away look. This was the substance of the old woman's story. She had wandered a little here and there. Mr. Ryder was looking at her curiously when she finished. "How have you lived all these years?" he asked. "Cookin', suh. I 's a good cook. Does you know anybody w'at needs a good cook, suh? I 's stoppin' wid a cullud fam'ly roun' de corner yonder 'tel I kin git a place." "Do you really expect to find your husband? He may be dead long ago." She shook her head emphatically. "Oh no, he ain' dead. De signs an' de tokens tells me. I dremp three nights runnin' on'y dis las' week dat I foun' him." "He may h
Women, labour and struggle in 20th century Trinidad and Tobago, 1898-1960
Author: Rhoda Reddock
Pages: 776
Year: 1984
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Glasshouses and Glass Manufacturers of the Pittsburgh Region
Author: Jay W. Hawkins
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440114943
Pages: 612
Year: 2009-04
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The Pittsburgh region, while well known for steelmaking, was likewise an important glass manufacturing center in this country's history. This book provides detailed accounts of the region's glassmakers from the first factory dating to 1795 through 1910. Glassmaking started out modestly with small glasshouses in Pittsburgh and up the Monongahela River in New Geneva during the final few years of the 18th century. By the close of the 19th century, the Pittsburgh region was producing more than half of all domestic window glass and the lion's share of most other forms of glass in the United States. The original purpose of this manuscript was to assemble and record as accurately as possible the history of all of the glassworks and the glass manufacturers that operated them in Pittsburgh and the immediate surrounding region. This book was designed to be a reference guide for anyone who is interested in the history of glass in western Pennsylvania. The years companies were operating, where the glassworks were located, what types of glass and specific glass items did they make, and what marks did they use is just some of the information that can be found in this book. There are hundreds of individual companies and name changes listed in this volume. It contains as much information about each company that could practically be included. Even the most minor name or address change was recorded exactly as noted by contemporary sources. As much as possible, contemporary reference sources, such as city directories, early newspapers, maps, and journals were used to provide accurate and complete histories of the glasshouses. Generally, the better-known companies will have much more of their history available. However, every known glassmaker and glasshouse was included, regardless of how little information about them could be found. This book is intended to aid researchers in the determination of the age and the origin of marked pieces as well as narrowing down potential manufacturers of unmarked objects. The liberal reproduction of original advertisements and maps as well as the photographs of glass marks were included to complement and augment the narrative. The format of this book was established to facilitate its use as a reference guide.
The Painter in Oil
Author: Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
Pages: 405
Year: 1903
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