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The Driver Family
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 531

The Driver Family

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1889
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  • Publisher: Unknown

Appendex contains twenty-three families, intermarriages with the Driver family, which families are compiled from the first generation to the intermarriage, and not father ...

Hannah's Life Diary
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 69

Hannah's Life Diary

This story provides readers with a look into the harsh realities of the world. As a child, we believe the world to be a place of sincerity and love. The people we meet, the places we go and the experiences we encounter are all very beautiful. This does not mean the world is sweet, but because we know very little about it. As we grow, our experiences build up and allow our thinking to mature. In this story, a little girl called Hannah was innocently unaware of any bad faces of the world. While she grows up, her thinking starts changing as her experiences make her aware of the blind faces of the world. About the Author: My name is Beena Siddiqua. I am a researcher and teacher by profes...

Martha’S Story
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 172

Martha’S Story

Elder Martha Z. Garkpi was born on December 15, 1949, in Zia, Lower Nimba County, Liberia. She was known to be a major pillar in every community in which she lived. She was very skilled and had many trades and titles to prove it. She was a wonderful mother, evangelist, and educator, striving to serve her people as God called her to do. She was an elder at Living Word Ministries International (Houston, Texas) and was also the matriarch of the church family. She taught at all of the Calvary Baptist Schools and Living Word Academy in Monrovia, Liberia, as well as the Alpha Child Development Center in Houston. Ms. Marthas love for her people was apparent and a blessing in many lives. She spread her wings and flew home June 17, 2017, leaving behind this legacy and many people who loved her. As a result of her hard work, she was posthumously awarded a proclamation from Congresswoman Sheila Jackson (Texas) in July of 2017.

Entangled Narratives
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 336

Entangled Narratives

As people are living longer on average than ever before, the number of those with dementia will increase. Because many will live a considerable time at home with their diagnosis, we need to know more about the ways people can adapt to and learn to live with dementia in their everyday lives. Lars-Christer Hydén argues in this book that to do so will involve re-imagining what dementia really is and what it can mean to the afflicted and their loved ones. One of the most important everyday opportunities for sharing experiences is the simple act of storytelling. But when someone close to you gradually loses the ability to tell stories and cherish the shared history you have together, this is see...

Jack the Ripper
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 266

Jack the Ripper

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2013-06
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  • Publisher: AuthorHouse

You've never read a Ripper book like this. Christian was born in 1852. He carried out a sexual attack on a local girl and so fled to London to avoid being lynched. He and best friend Jimmy became trainee surgeons with a nefarious organization (The Firm). Both men fell in love with the same woman. Christian later illegally married her and further on became a whoremaster. In 1888, after he found out his "wife" had had a long sexual affair (and a child) with his best friend, his drug use and rage led him to release his wrath upon the prostitutes he formerly protected. Lauretta his "wife" kept a diary writing about him realizing she was married to Jack the Ripper. After he brutally murdered numerous women usually for a reason as it was not random, he realized there was one loose end: Jimmy's son. Thus, members of The Firm were hired to murder him secretly and dispose of the body. In 1913, the Ripper died after suffering via a STD. After his death, his family found a stash of money in his favourite armchair. His family lived on without him, and Lauretta (the hero) didn't pass over until 1934.

The Preacher
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 179

The Preacher

Reverend Nathaniel Wolde is trying hard to cope with the changes that have come into his life. Though now a prosperous man, he'd never believed himself poor. All his friends told him it was progress, and he'd have to deal with it. This book deals with the many facets of his life. He is a partner in a real estate venture, and is a Aide to 6th District Congressman William Willey. He is heavily involved in the efforts to gain statehood for western Virginia. Reverend Wolde attended a session of the U.S. senate and at the urging of John Breckenridge, read the Constitution. He buys the old Morgan estate for his wife, Baroness Mary Catherine MacTavish. Marion county hosts an Independence Day gala t...

Hutchinson's Washington and Georgetown Directory
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 790

Hutchinson's Washington and Georgetown Directory

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1880
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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The House At Brushneck Cove
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 128

The House At Brushneck Cove

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2004-05
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  • Publisher: AuthorHouse

Based on unprecedented research by Dr. Gene Mason, himself recovering from addictions, SOS turns quotes from AA/NA meetings into a tool to help recovering people, co-dependents, and treatment professionals. From suicidal thoughts to elations of family reunions; from humorous recounting of regrettable acts while intoxicated to somber accountings of personal losses, these quotes depict the heroic struggles of recovering people. "He's a black man. I'm a white man. Big deal. We're both drunks and addicts. We're the best of friends." "The first time I spoke I said, "My name is Jim and I'm an alcoholic. I hate being here." Two people patted me on the back and said, "It was great to hear from you."' "I planned my meetings around the TV Guide, and I wondered why I couldn't get the program." "This brings life to the Twelve Step Program for anyone who wants to experience its power--Great 'bloopers' section; in fact I loved the humor all the way through!" John Konselman, Unleashed Potentials, www.unleashedpotentials.com

The American Genealogical Index
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 48

The American Genealogical Index

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 1950
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  • Publisher: Unknown

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Illustrating El Cid, 1498 to Today
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 251

Illustrating El Cid, 1498 to Today

  • Categories: Art

Like England's Arthur and France's Charlemagne, the Cid is Spain's national hero, and for centuries he has served as an ideal model of citizenship. All Spaniards are familiar with the story of the Cid and the multifarious ways in which he is visualized. From illuminations in medieval manuscripts to illustrations in twenty-first-century editions, depictions of the Cid vary widely, revealing just how much Spain's national identity has transformed throughout the centuries. Uncovering the racial, gendered, and political impacts of one of Spain's most legendary heroes, Illustrating El Cid, 1498 to Today traces the development of more than five centuries of illustrations and problematizes their re...