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Strong and Free: English

Review This book is a true inspiration to all those that were ever faced with hardships but dreamed of more. The decision to achieve her dreams in her 'Promise Land' gave Rebecca the strength to [...]

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Maxwells of Montreal, The

One family, bonded in their love for the Bahá í Faith and for each other, committed through decades of uninterrupted service to the promotion and establishment of that Faith worldwide. They were born during the [...]

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Our French-Canadian Ancestors, Volume 3

Biographies of ancestors: Allard, Bauche dit Morency, Bouchard, Campagna, Charles dit Lajeunesse, Crete, Dagenais, Duguay, Gravel, Gueret dit Dumont, Lalonde, Legendre, Lerige dit Laplante, LeRoy dit Audy, Letourneau, Le [...]

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Introducing Sinclair Ross's As for Me & My House: A Reader's Guide (Canadian fiction studies)

From the Inside Flap ?It?s an immense night out there, wheeling and windy. The lights on the street and in the houses against the black wetness, little unilluminating glints that might be painted [...]

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Our French-Canadian Ancestors, Volume I

Language Notes Text: English (translation) Original Language: French --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. Read more [...]

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Childhood, Travel, and British Columbia: With 40 Illustrations (Classic Reprint)

Excerpt from Childhood, Travel, and British Columbia: With 40 Illustrations The writer in the following biography has in simple language and with a beautiful spirit revealed the history of his life. The story reveals man [...]

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Duffy: Stardom to Senate to Scandal

About the Author Dan Leger is one of Canada's most versatile journalists. After twelve years reporting for the Canadian Press in Halifax, St. John's, and on Parliament Hill, he moved to the CBC a [...]

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The Paper Garden: An Artist Begins Her Life's Work at 72

From Publishers Weekly Intelligent and well read, a quintessential member of the British aristocracy but with a mind of her own, Mary Granville Pendarves Delany (1700?1788) was a late bloomer. Bo [...]

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Beijing Diary: An East-West Love Story

From Publishers Weekly In 1982 the author, then a 21-year-old student in Boston, went to China 'to find out the real story, how this place really works (as much as a foreigner can understand).' H [...]

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The Lady Penelope: The Lost Tale of Love and Politics in the Court of Elizabeth I

Review 'Really masterly. This authoritative history tells what eventually happened to 'The Other Boleyn Girl'?and her great-granddaughter, The Lady Penelope.'???Philippa Gregory, author, The Othe [...]

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Aquinas (Outstanding Christian Thinkers (Paperback Continuum))

About the Author Brian Davies OP is Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, New York, and the editor of the Outstanding Christian Thinkers Series for Continuum. R [...]

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Life in the French Foreign Legion: How to Join and What to Expect When You Get There

About the Author In 1983, Evan McGorman read a magazine article about the French Foreign Legion and was amazed to discover it still existed. For the next six years he was consumed by the romantic [...]

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Life and Death in the Templo Mayor (Mesoamerican Worlds)

Review 'This book provides a fascinating, well-informed interpretation of data obtained during the excavation of this important site, and is a major contributor to an understanding of the complex [...]

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The Wives of Henry VIII

Amazon.com Review When we think of the wives of Henry VIII, we tend to think of women who literally lost their heads. But Antonia Fraser opens the door to the political and cultural demands that [...]

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My Life and Ethiopia's Progress: The Autobiography of Emperor Haile Sellassie I (Volume 1) (My Life and Ethiopia's Progress) (My Life and Ethiopia's ... (My Life and Ethiopia's Progress (Paperback))

About the Author By any standard of judgement the 58-year reign of Ras Tafari as regent (1916-1930) and as Emperor Haile Sellassie (1930-1974), in addition to being one of the longest, was also o [...]

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Mein Kampf

Amazon.com Review The angry ranting of an obscure, small-party politician, the first volume of Mein Kampf was virtually ignored when it was originally published in 1925. Likewise the second volum [...]

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