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20 Famous People in History T.R. Lazorishak
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John Wilkes Booth... Andrew Carnegie... Charles Dickens... Milton Hershey... Vincent Van Gogh... But where were they born, what did they look like, & how tall were they? This book answers those questions; it's a brief (but interesting) look at some of the famous people of history...using vintage photos...
A Chronological History of the Development of Psychology Alwyn Nicholas
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This book is about the chronological history of Psychology. It starts from the 6th century BC to the 1990s. It lists the names and contributions of the major psychologists throughout those years. Many of the pictures of the psychologists are also included. The various schools and eras in psychology are presented within the chronology.
A History of the David Davis Family in Richland County, South Carolina Alan S. Davis
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The year was 1764, just a few years before the American Revolutionary War, and a little boy was born. His birthplace is uncertain, but probably it was in the northeastern portion of South Carolina known as the Cheraws District. His parents named him David. David Davis. Follow the story of David Davis as he grows up, gets married, and moves his young family to Richland County, where, about seven miles east of the new city of Columbia, he acquires several thousand acres, and raises his three sons and four daughters. See how the descendants of David Davis survive a huge civil war and two world wars. Hear exciting stories of a young couple eloping, of a school boy almost dying of a r ...
A History of The Ó Cinnéide (Ó Kennedy) Clan of the Dál gCais Thomas E Kennedy
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Size: 7" x 10"
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ISBN: 9781620306161
The author begins with a discussion of the DNA mapping of his genetics to establish his authenticity as an Irishman with roots as a member of the Clan Dál gCais or sons of Cas. The ancient histories put together by monks and scribes from the oral Celtic Druid teaching in the period of 700 to 1000 AD are interpreted to lead the reader from Scythia in about 1200 BC via the Phoenicians (The Sea People) to the North African territory of Cyrenaica in about 1000 BC; at about the time of Pharaoh Ramses II. These Celts in Cyrenaica became an ally of Carthage’s about 700 BC. About 500 BC with the support of Carthage they invaded Galicia following the exploratory voyage of Himilco north along ...
A Reflection Stewart Bell
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WWII Veteran who served on the U.S.S. Wasp. Follow his journey from being born on a stormy night in rural Oklahoma, to the battle of Midway, and his successful post war career. Uplifting story of a great man, father and grandfather.
Accidental Life Noah Bareket
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Following the roots of our parents in Poland and Lithuania
Anastasia Family History Anthony Anastasia
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Personal family history of the Anthony S. Anastasia Family of Philadelphia, Pa, beginning with a summary of Sicilian history and the Anastasia family in Sicily. Also described is their emigration to America, their time in Philadelphia, Pa and the eventual move of the 3rd generation family members out of the city and into the suburbs.
Bertha Lena Collins Diary James Ellis
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Diary of Bertha Lena Collins (Williams) 1918, 1920-1921 in Quicksburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Young woman's notes on her daily life in the Valley. Color Version. No Color Pictures - color only gives you a sense of the browned pages.
Bertie: The Best Stuttering King Susan Webb
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Bertie: The Best Stuttering King is a children’s story about a timid, stuttering prince who is thrust unexpectedly on the throne of England and becomes one of the best kings of the 20th Century. A history book in rhyme for children and children who stutter, this story highlights England’s most reluctant monarch, King George VI, and his early struggles with stuttering, knock knees, and bullying – topics still relevant today.
By the Rivers of Babylon Susan Faulkner
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ISBN: 9781620307625
Susan’s desire to share what she has learned about her family history with her children and grandchildren has evolved into easy-to-read scrapbook-designed booklets. These booklets invite the reader to sit back and enjoy quick facts intermingled with historically relevant details. “By the Rivers of Babylon” begins with a fascinating story about Susan’s Huguenot ancestor, Catherine Blanchan. Thirteen generations are highlighted which brings the reader to Susan’s father, Bob R Davis. The reader is taken on a tour of American history; visiting the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, while learning family values that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Pedigree charts and ...

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