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All But Forgotten

Author: James L. Emch
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 146698595X
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On a cold wet May day in 1813, during the War of 1812, Colonel William Dudley led a green regiment of Kentucky militia against the British and their Indian allies in an effort to relieve the siege of Fort Meigs. Their effort to capture the British cannons on the shore opposite Fort Meigs proved to be a success. Their failure to follow orders and return to their boats and cross over to the safety of Fort Meigs would lead to what would become known as Dudleys Defeat or the Dudley Massacre. Base on several years of research, James Emch has pieced together a chronological running narrative of the Dudley Massacre based on military reports, accounts of those present, family histories, old manuscripts, and diaries. The result of his effort is the first book ever written about those fateful events on May 5, 1813, that helped changed the old Northwest Territory forever.

All But Forgotten

Author: Stephanie P. Newbold
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438430744
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Study of Thomas Jefferson’s legacy in public administration.

The Bumper Book Of Slightly Forgotten But Nevertheless Still Great British Olympians And Other Sporting Heroes

Author: Simon Bullivant
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1849019533
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The Bumper Book of Slightly Forgotten British Olympians and Other Sporting Heroes is just that: a collection of stirring tales of pluck, grit, triumph, disaster and on occasion, ineptitude, featuring a host of former sportspeople who've been utterly forgotten by history. From Maude Waveney, the plucky servant girl who bravely took half a day off work scrubbing kitchen floors to win a gold medal folding bedsheets in the first London games, to Tom Drake, Dressage's first punk, who shocked the sport with his slashed jacket and swear words on his hat.There's the tale of the Lincolnshire javelin thrower who fell under the spell of a cult devoted to the eating of egg and chips; of the mascot of Bexhill-on-Sea's ill fated bid to host the Olympics and "Ample" Arthur Cartwright, whose football career was blighted by an obsession with archaeology. They, and many others, all have a story to tell.

The Seven Days Of Peter Crumb

Author: Jonny Glynn
Publisher: Portobello Books
ISBN: 1846275601
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'I am not a good man. I am not a bad man. In seven days I will be dead. My name is Peter Crumb. This is what remains ...' Peter Crumb is a man whose life has been derailed by a single, devastating act of violence in his past. Now, in what he intends to be his last week on Earth, he is determined to leave his mark upon humanity - randomly, unjustly, with infinite attention to detail. And Monday means murder ...Shatteringly well written, this is a car-crash-compelling description of a week in the hell inhabited by one splintered and savage soul - an unrehearsed and unputdownable Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde for our times.

Forgiven But Not Forgotten

Author: Tyrone Edwards
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483619869
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We as people wonder through life looking and desiring to be love. So when that doesnt happen the way we wish it to happen we have that feeling of individual separation from the world. So tell me how do you handle it when you are born into the world desiring it but cant get it as a baby? Twin came into this world looking to be embraced but received a cold shoulder from the one that was supposed to be his protection from those that brings hurt, hate, and harm. How do you fight against that kind of pain? Taking his twin and giving him the best of the world while giving his other trash Twin could not do anything but reach out and ask for help from nothing more than the cold heated streets of Parkwood and the nation of GD. They became his family and learnt to rely on. Twin was born into this world with muscle tissue over muscle tissue and a heart that was too big for his body. This caused him to spend a lot of his childhood in the hospital and with a father who was more into a son that would be a payoff other than another bill only caused Twin to be that much hated by his own family, but mostly by his father who love one twin and a strong dislike for the other. The older Twin became the smarter he got with a well to win at everything that he did. From school to the streets Twin was not a push over. Making the streets cry out in pain to showing others that he is cut differently than his family. Yelling Gangster Disciple and letting those forks stand high Twin back down to nothing at all. With a passion to seeing others cry in pain he desire to dance and kick box until he had no more need to do so any more. Driving the ladies crazy with his ability to just being him only made others wishing to be around the you man that he was becoming while others fear the man thats determent to put you down rather to see you take up air in a world that can live without you. Forgiven but not forgotten is more than just a book its dealing with every day truth and the fact that a decision can change the walk of someones life. If you love a book filled with action, mob, gang, sex, love, hurt and pain-you will love this book. Come and allow me Tyrone L. Edwards Sr. take you to another place that will pull you in and send your emotions pulling in many ways. Everything you desire to feel from a book. I will take you there. Try me and see. What do you have to lose other than a few bills?

Forgotten Prophet

Author: Bruce Clayton
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
ISBN: 9780826211798
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Rarely has an individual's life been so inseparable from his writing as was Randolph Bourne's. His work reveals not only his political viewpoints but also his humanistic personality and the tumultuous era during which he lived. Forgotten Prophet carefully examines the intellect and personality of the "born essayist" who saw clearly both his century's potential for harmony and the danger that it faced from the lingering tides of nineteenth-century European nationalism. Disfigured and hunchbacked, Bourne reacted to his disability not with bitterness or self-pity, but rather with an exuberant love for beauty and a compassion for humanity that created in him a longing for a truly cosmopolitan society--a "trans-national America" that would draw its strength from ethnic diversity and political pluralism. Nearly alone among American intellectuals, Bourne actively denounced involvement in World War I. He foresaw that, beyond the horrible cost in young lives, the war would bring in its wake the spiritual impoverishment of the nation and the disillusionment of its youth; it would strangle reform and social tolerance, exacerbate racism and nativism, and plant the seeds for further international instability. Although derided and largely ignored at the time they were written, Bourne's fearful predictions would all too quickly be confirmed in the dissolute frenzy of the jazz age, the turmoil of the 1930s, and the social chaos that brought about the rise of fascism in Europe and, soon, an even more destructive war. Bourne did not live to witness this terrifying unfolding of events. His career as a social critic was brief but prolific. When he died in 1918 at the age of thirty-two, a victim of the flu epidemic, he had completed three books and more than a hundred essays. His first book, Youth and Life, is considered by some to be the original manifesto of the counterculture. From his earliest years as a writer, Bourne was identified as a voice for youth, idealism, and progress in human relations. Forgotten Prophet characterizes Bourne not just as a foreseer of this century's bloodshed but, equally important, as an apostle of hope--a champion of what was best, most truthful in the arts, in politics, and in the conduct of our daily lives.

Historiographie Des Humanismus

Author: Johannes Helmrath
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110214938
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The success of the historiography of Humanism is one of the central phenomena in the history of scholarship in the Early Modern Age, but the reasons for this have never been satisfactorily explained. The authors of these conference proceedings search for answers by approaching the historical writings from different perspectives. They discuss both the semantics and the literary methods of the texts, as well as the social positions of the authors. Closely related to both themes is the question of the historical spaces dealt with in the works, in which the humanists show the way as far as the New World.