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Die USA von A bis Z Jack Young
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Size: 7" x 10"
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Finden Sie heraus, was es über die Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika Kurioses und Wis-senswertes gibt. Von A bis Z beschreibt dieses Buch Plätze, Personen, Bauwerke, historische Fakten, politi¬sche, ge¬sellschaftliche und wirtschaftliche Ereignisse, geographische Besonderheiten, Wahrzeichen, Erfin¬dungen und vieles mehr. Reisen Sie durch den Wilden Westen, lernen Sie neue Leute ken-nen und erfahren mehr über das Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten. Auf fast 300 Seiten finden sie mehr als 1300 Stichworte mit entsprechenden Erklärungen oder Beschreibungen. Das Buch ist gespickt mit faszinierenden Fakten über berühmte Sportler, Musiker, Schau¬spieler, Schriftsteller, Bürgerrechtler, Krie ...
The Way We Were... A History and Memories of a West Brunswick Neighborhood Compiled by: Joan Wilson Hoppe, Susan Kincaid Laskey, and Rose Minott
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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A charming history written by three lifelong residents of West Brunswick, a village located in Midcoast Maine. A mixture of historical documentation of the past 400 years of Indian and American settlements, shipbuilding, and other economic endeavors along Maquoit Bay, genealogies of the houses in the neighborhood, and oral histories--often with Maine humor--by the authors and other family members. Packed with family photographs on nearly every page, this unique and heartfelt memoir is a must for any history buff.
Towle Brothers Roger Staab
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Size: 6.69" x 9.61"
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ISBN: 9781620304266
Three Towle brothers came to California from Vermont in the 1850’s to seek their fortunes. They settled near Dutch Flat in Placer County and became prominent contributors to the economic growth of both Placer and Nevada counties in the late 1800’s. They are perhaps best known for building a narrow gauge logging railroad, but their involvement in the area’s development goes far beyond that venture alone. By the early 1900’s the three brothers were no longer living, but the creative contributions of their descendants and extended family continue to benefit the state even today. This book is about the logging railroad, sawmills, and businesses they built and operated as Towle Brothers ...