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Narrative Of The Life And Adventures Of Henry Bibb by Henry Bibb. Taking place in 1849 this book is a distinguished but revolting look at the slave system. An interesting narrative of individual suffering, and a triumphant vindication of the slave's manhood and mental dignity.
Ghostwriters From The Inside Out by Various. Ghostwriters can help you with fiction or non-fiction; they can help you with materials you have in development or they can help you with crafting materials from scratch. They can even help with every day business communications.
From our small world we have gazed upon the cosmic ocean for thousands of years. Ancient astronomers observed points of light that appeared to move among the stars. They called these objects planets, meaning wanderers, and named them after Roman deities - Jupiter, king of the gods; Mars, the god of war; Mercury, messenger of the gods; Venus, the god of love and beauty, and Saturn, father of Jupiter and god of agriculture.
A General Sketch Of The First Phase Of The European War by Hilaire Belloc. This novel gives us a detailed look into the first phase of WWI. The author talks about the German object, the particular causes of the war, the conflicting theories of the war as well as figures involved in the first phase.
Aboriginal American Authors by Daniel Brinton. Written by an Antropologist this is a good summary of the better known traditional writings of Indians from many regions of the Western Hemisphere. This book was written in order to put the Native American with other great literary traditions.
The War Romance Of The Salvation Army by Evangeline Booth. This book brings us stories of the activity of the Salvation Army during WWI. We learn how this organization grew to claim the admiration of the world and how they ministered to the needy overseas during this time period.
Thought Forms by Annie Besant. Published in 1901 this is a look at scientific aspects of our thoughts. It includes topics such as sympathy and love, appreciation of art and many more topics of interest.
The Deaf by Harry Best. Published in 1914 this book is an interesting look at how the Deaf were treated and judged in America during this time period. The information was collected from various documents, personal correspondence and publications for the schools for the Deaf.
First Across The Continent by Noah Brooks. This is the story of the exploring expedition of Lewis and Clark 1804, 5, 6. From the beginning of the long journey, through the heart of the Continent, across the great divide you will read very descriptive and interesting writing about this event.
Common Sense by the well known Author Thomas Paine. It is all about the common sense of the cause of America and how it was the cause of all mankind during the time of the American Revolution.
Nile Tributaries Of Abyssinia by Samuel Baker. Again this author gives us great stories and description of his travels to this area.
Wit, Humor, Eight Popular Lectures by George Bain. Wit, humor, poetry and story will be found in lectures by this author.
Cyprus As I Saw It In 1879 by Samuel Baker. Asian history rich in description and information about Cyprus.
Eight Years Wandering in Ceylon by Samuel Baker. Descriptive details about the author's adventures in Ceylon.
In The Heart of Africa by Samuel Baker. The author tells of travels and experiences of he and his wife along the African Sudan.
The Albert Y'anza by Samuel Baker. History of the Great Nile Basin told in the wonderful style of the author.
Ismailia by Samuel Baker. A narrative of an expedition to Central Africa investigating the slave trade.
The Rifle & The Hound by Samuel Baker. An exciting portrayal of hunting expeditions and the unfortunate consequence of game depletion.