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Georgina of the Rainbows
Annie Fellows Johnston Georgina of the Rainbows
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 79497 Words
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Annie Fellows Johnston (1863–1931) was an American author of children's fiction who wrote the popular "Little Colonel" series, which was the basis for the 1935 Shirley Temple film The Little Colonel. She was born and grew up in McCutchanville, Indiana, a small unincorporate... Read more...

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H. G. Wells
John Davys Beresford H. G. Wells
  • Fiction
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  • 16513 Words
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John Davys Beresford (17 March 1873 – 1 February 1947) was an English writer, now remembered for his early science fiction and some short stories in the horror story and ghost story genres. Beresford was a great admirer of H.G. Wells, and wrote the first critical study of W... Read more...

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Hand-Loom Weaving A Manual for School and Home
Mattie Phipps Todd Hand-Loom Weaving A Manual for School and Home
  • Fiction
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  • 27196 Words
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Weaving, the oldest of the industrial arts, dates back so far that no one can say when or where it had its beginning. We read in Genesis iii, 21, that when Adam was driven from the Garden of Eden he wore a coat of skin; but, not long after, according to Professor Hurwitz.

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Goblins and Pagodas
John Gould Fletcher Goblins and Pagodas
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  • 10574 Words
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John Gould Fletcher (January 3, 1886 – May 10, 1950) was an Imagist poet (the first Southern poet to win the Pulitzer Prize), author and authority on modern painting.

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Growing Nuts in the North
Carl Weschcke Growing Nuts in the North

A Personal Story of the Author's Experience of 33 Years with Nut Culture in Minnesota and Wisconsin

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  • 41745 Words
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Almost everyone can remember from his youth, trips made to gather nuts. Those nuts may have been any of the various kinds distributed throughout the United States, such as the butternut, black walnut, beechnut, chestnut, hickory, hazel or pecan.

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The blue sapphire flame in  my heart
Nirmala Endless The blue sapphire flame in my heart
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  • English
  • 6779 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
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Nirmala offers these poems in gratitude for the love
and grace that flow through his teacher, Neelam, and
in gratitude for the blessings of truth brought to this
world by Ramana Maharshi and H.W.L. Poonja.

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GENERAL SCOTT
General Marcus J. Wright GENERAL SCOTT
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  • 90252 Words
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Parentage and birth of Scott--Precocity--Enters William and Mary College--Leaves college and commences the study of law with Judge Robinson--Attends the trial of Burr at Richmond.

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Handy Andy, Volume One A Tale of Irish Life, in Two Volumes
Samuel Lover Handy Andy, Volume One A Tale of Irish Life, in Two Volumes
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  • 91002 Words
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Lover was born at number 60 Grafton Street, Dublin and went to school at Samuel Whyte's at 79 Grafton Street, now home to Bewley's Café. By 1830 he was secretary of the Royal Hibernian Academy and lived at number 9 D'Olier Street. In 1835 he moved to London and began compos... Read more...

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G-r-r-r...!
Roger Arcot G-r-r-r...!
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  • 2813 Words
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Gr-r-r! There he goes again! Brother Ambrose could scarce restrain the hatred that seethed and churned in his breast, as his smallish eyes followed Brother Lorenzo headed once more for his beloved geraniums.

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Gigolo
Edna Ferber Gigolo
  • Fiction
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  • 63645 Words
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Though he rarely heeded its summons--cagy boy that he was--the telephone rang oftenest for Nick. Because of the many native noises of the place, the telephone had a special bell that was a combination buzz and ring.

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