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My: Life, Story, Way! All Day Production, LLC
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This is the autobiography of Ian C.
No One Ever Called Me Jack John Buell
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Notes 1845-1927 John Hildesheim
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In the year 1862, at age 17, John Hildesheim completed his apprenticeship as a clerk with N.H. Bernhard & Co., a textile manufacturer in Hamburg, Germany. That year, he began a diary (titled Notizen, or “Notes”) and kept it until July, 1927, less than a year before his death at 83. The 65-year journal includes his first employment in Germany and France; his travels in Cuba, Mexico, Haiti, South America, Central America, and California; his marriage to Pauline Meyer in 1869; his career as a merchant in Glasgow and Hamburg; travel through Scotland and Europe; and dramatic technological change.
Remarkably Stable: A Memoir Susan Hester
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Susan Parrino Hester attended 11 schools by the time she was in ninth grade, and as the perennial "new girl," felt out of place and anxious. As an adult going through ovarian cancer surgery and treatment, Susan's anxiety led to depression — she felt as though she was in a black hole. On the brink of her second cancer recurrence, convinced she wouldn't live long, Susan began writing the family story for her daughter, Katie. In pulling on her childhood memories, Susan found parallels between her childhood traumas and her cancer journey. The memoir courageously weaves together periods in the author's early and later life, as well as her struggles to find stability and healing.
The Dump James Claridge
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Materials by Helen R. Cole most of which are not in her other books.
The Recovery Journal - Book One Barbara L. Harding
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ISBN: 9781946982711
The Recovery Journal - Book One, is a collection of inspiring stories of recovery written by those living clean and sober lives, one day at a time. They tell their stories of their experience, strength and hope unedited in order to share their journey. The families disease of alcoholism, has many first cousins, drug addiction, domestic violence, sex addiction, gambling and co-dependency. All the pain of addiction spreads through the family like a tornado leaving each person's life shattered. Addiction is a disease, it is not a moral issue, although it is hard to imagine why anyone who willingly put themselves and their families through hell. The stories in this book share the insight ...
THE ROOTS OF A FAMILY - Life in Rural Maine gail rowe
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ISBN: 9781620301012
A remarkable story of two farm families in Maine's Penobscot County, this book provides insightful and personal descriptions of the struggles, heartache, and good times of farm life in rural Maine during the '30s and '40s. Through extensive research, memories and letters of one family of six on on a small dairy farm, and the other family of seventeen on a subsistence farm with no electricity or plumbing, the author writes with sensitivity and detail of the difficulties of surviving the Great Depression and how life changed during and after World War II. Gail Rowe initially her path of discovery of her roots for family members but the book is now resonating with a larger audience. Ther ...
Through the Main Gate MARY V. MARCHI
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The author, her husband, and two daughters lived in Saudi Arabia for three years: 1972-1975. She tells the story of their life in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia as an American expatriate family by recounting activities through a collection of letters written home. Their experiences were the same as many who lived in Dhahran during that period—learning to live in an ancient culture awakening to the modern world, home-brewing drinkable spirits, shopping and bargaining in the nearby towns, and traveling inside and outside of the Kingdom. Mary Marchi unfolds her family’s story from how they began their journey to an oil company camp in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia to their final trip outsi ...
You, Me, The Irish Music And a Grand Cup of Tea! Eileen Cronin
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Eileen Flynn Cronin traces the story of her family and relates some of their experiences, as well as her own experiences growing up Irish-American. Some of these folks travelled across the sea to raise their families in New York, and specifically in that awesome, magical, mystical place known as “The Bronx”. While the circumstances and experiences described herein were unique to her family, this is a shared story of many Irish men and women, and immigrants in general, making their way in, and helping to build the great country known as the United States of America.

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