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  • Round Eyes: An American Nurse in Vietnam. New Illustrated Ed.

    by Diane Klutz
    The year was 1969-Woodstock, free love, peace marches, and war. Life was unpredictable at best, but that didn't stop twenty-year-old Diane Mumper from going after her dream of adventure. Often comical and frequently cynical, Diane tells the story of her experiences in the US Army Nurse Corps, from basic training through duty in South Vietnam. Along the way, she discovers a truth far different than she ever expected.
  • Fern Coppedge: One Woman's Struggle For Equality In The Art World

    by Les Fox
    Biography and Catalogue Raisonne for the American artist Fern Isabel Coppedge (1883-1951) 260 pages
  • The Troubles, with music: Ulster punk and British independents

    by RICHARD LAWRENCE JORDAN
    As the Northern Ireland 'Troubles' passed eight years and over 2,000 deaths, punk music allowed catholic and protestant youths to transcend the communal, political and sectarian conflict. Following on American and British groups (such as The Clash, the Ramones and the Sex Pistols), Ulster bands made their mark on Northern Irish society and the British music scene. Rudi, Ruefrex, Stiff Little Fingers and The Undertones were just four of hundreds who worked alongside Terri Hooley and his Good Vibr... more
  • Generic Vidalista

    by Debra Stele

    Cialis Vidalista 60 MG tablet is usually prescribed to treat ED and symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy. It relaxes the blood vessels surrounding the penis to allow enhanced blood flow during sexual arousal having reduced nerve activity and boosted smooth muscle relaxation.

  • Triumph and Tragedy: The Evolution and Legacy of 20th Century War Machines

    by Martin Miller

    Triumph and Tragedy is the keystone volume in a trilogy of books on twentieth century weapons of war. Previous volumes are The Neutron’s Long Shadow: Legacies of Nuclear Explosives Production in the Manhattan Project (February 2017) and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Specters of the Nuclear Age (December 2017). This last book in the series traces the course of the scientific, industrial, and cultural revolutions that paved the way for the unprecedented violence of 20th century wars and hi... more

  • 2020: The Campaign Chronicles

    by JD Foster
    This work chronicles the key events influencing the 2020 presidential election from the 2016 presidential election onward. Written contemporaneously as events unfolded, this work reflects the impressions of events as they happened in contrast to the later histories written in hindsight which often omit the sense of the events. Donald Trump stunned the world in 2016 and continued to stun, amaze, and outrage much of the world throughout his presidency. At the same time, the contest for the Democr... more
  • 2016: The Campaign Chronicles

    by JD Foster
    This book chronicles the most bizarre presidential election in modern memory, the 2016 election. Beginning with the 2014 mid-terms and written contemporaneously with events and with the impressions and interpretations then apparent, the book follows the battles for the Republican and Democratic nominations and ultimately the titanic clash between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and billionaire entrepreneur/entertainer Donald Trump. Unlike every other book written about the 2016 electi... more
  • Remembering a Great American Hero: Marian Anderson

    by Emile Henwood
    There is a massive amount of historical information available about Marian Anderson in over twenty biographies, her extensive personal papers at the University of Pennsylvania Library, the National Marian Anderson Historical Society's Residence Museum, various PBS documentaries, the Smithsonian Institute, the Internet and undocumented verbal stories that have circulated in her home town of Philadelphia for years. Researching her long 96-year life was an exciting privilege, but time-consuming. Th... more
  • Census of the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians of Pine Ridge Agency 1896 - 1897 Book I

    by Jeff Bowen
    This census concerns six districts (Wakpamini, White Clay, Porcupine, Wounded Knee, Medicine Root and Pass Creek) of the Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, formally known as the Red Cloud Agency, 1896 to 1899 for both the Sioux and Cheyenne. Census includes relation, sex, age and roll number. Over 10,000 names with full index containing both Indian and English names.
  • Cenforce 150

    by David Walker

    Hi everybody. I am Dr. David Walker. 

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  • Cherokee Intermarried White 1906 Volume I

    by Jeff Bowen
    This series of transcriptions from the records of the Dawes Commission concerns files of persons claiming entitlement to a portion of the Cherokee tribal lands (under the Dawes Act) in 1906, based on the intermarriage of a Cherokee and a white person. In all, nearly 4,000 individuals made application on this basis; however, the Commission of the Five Civilized Tribes affirmed a mere 286 as entitled Intermarried Whites, far fewer than the numbers of Intermarried appearing on the rolls of the Choc... more
  • Cherokee Intermarried White 1906 Volume II

    by Jeff Bowen
    This is the second volume in a series of transcriptions from the records of the Dawes Commission concerns files of persons claiming entitlement to a portion of the Cherokee tribal lands (under the Dawes Act) in 1906, based on the intermarriage of a Cherokee and a white person. In all, nearly 4,000 individuals made application on this basis; however, the Commission of the Five Civilized Tribes affirmed a mere 286 as entitled Intermarried Whites, far fewer than the numbers of Intermarried appearin... more
  • Cherokee Intermarried White 1906 Volume III

    by Jeff Bowen
    This is the third volume in a series of transcriptions from the records of the Dawes Commission concerns files of persons claiming entitlement to a portion of the Cherokee tribal lands (under the Dawes Act) in 1906, based on the intermarriage of a Cherokee and a white person. In all, nearly 4,000 individuals made application on this basis; however, the Commission of the Five Civilized Tribes affirmed a mere 286 as entitled Intermarried Whites, far fewer than the numbers of Intermarried appearing... more
  • Cherokee Intermarried White 1906 Volume IV

    by Jeff Bowen
    This is the fourth volume in a series of transcriptions from the records of the Dawes Commission concerns files of persons claiming entitlement to a portion of the Cherokee tribal lands (under the Dawes Act) in 1906, based on the intermarriage of a Cherokee and a white person. In all, nearly 4,000 individuals made application on this basis; however, the Commission of the Five Civilized Tribes affirmed a mere 286 as entitled Intermarried Whites, far fewer than the numbers of Intermarried appearin... more
  • Cherokee Intermarried White 1906 Volume V

    by Jeff Bowen
    This is the fifth volume in a series of transcriptions from the records of the Dawes Commission concerns files of persons claiming entitlement to a portion of the Cherokee tribal lands (under the Dawes Act) in 1906, based on the intermarriage of a Cherokee and a white person. In all, nearly 4,000 individuals made application on this basis; however, the Commission of the Five Civilized Tribes affirmed a mere 286 as entitled Intermarried Whites, far fewer than the numbers of Intermarried appearing... more

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