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By Ellen Anderson
Letters that were found in a small cedar chest Mom saved that Dad wrote when he was in WWII. From 1942-1946 these letters tell interesting war stories & facts and a love story like no other. Dad wrote to Mom every moment that he could. Every breath & every step he took was for her. Dad was a "trailblazer" and fought on the front line in France and Germany. He was a radio man and was in charge of managing the location of his troop. This story will make you laugh and certainly make you cry. It is a truly amazing story!
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By Ervin Williams
This book chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela from his early childhood, his lifetime struggle, his twenty-seven years in prison on Robben’s Island, including his being elected as the first black president of South Africa to his death in December 2013. The book also provides a brief history of the development of South Africa from its early days that laid the foundation for the oppressive Apartheid System. The apartheid era stripped blacks of most of their rights, their dignity, and individual freedom. It was through Mandela’s personal leadership, over his lifetime, which gave rise to South Africa becoming a new democratic nation with political and economic freedom for all. A major transition took place in South Africa in 1995 when all government agencies, previously ran by white people, were then turned over to black people to run. Very few, if any, black people had been previously trained in government administration and there was widespread fear that the country would collapse under such a transition. The country began to grow economically even though most of the black population continued to live below the poverty level. Perhaps unbeknownst to many people in the United States, there are a number of similarities between South Africa and America. Both countries had black slaves, both countries fought the British for independence with South Africa doing so twice, and both countries had segregation, with apartheid in South Africa being a far more severe form of punitive segregation for blacks.
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By Ervin Williams
This book chronicles the life of Nelson Mandela from his early childhood, his lifetime struggle, his twenty-seven years in prison on Robben’s Island, including his being elected as the first black president of South Africa to his death in December 2013. The book also provides a brief history of the development of South Africa from its early days that laid the foundation for the oppressive Apartheid System. The apartheid era stripped blacks of most of their rights, their dignity, and individual freedom. It was through Mandela’s personal leadership, over his lifetime, which gave rise to South Africa becoming a new democratic nation with political and economic freedom for all. A major transition took place in South Africa in 1995 when all government agencies, previously ran by white people, were then turned over to black people to run. Very few, if any, black people had been previously trained in government administration and there was widespread fear that the country would collapse under such a transition. The country began to grow economically even though most of the black population continued to live below the poverty level. Perhaps unbeknownst to many people in the United States, there are a number of similarities between South Africa and America. Both countries had black slaves, both countries fought the British for independence with South Africa doing so twice, and both countries had segregation, with apartheid in South Africa being a far more severe form of punitive segregation for blacks.
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By Richard Allen Kellaway
Potter’s name is virtually unknown to contemporary Unitarian Universalists, even by many of those who consider themselves scholars of the movement. Why forgotten? He was a founder and the mainstay of the Free Religious Association, an organization whose members radically transformed American Unitarianism. Few remember that association; still fewer, Potter. Coming of humble origins, and shy and withdrawn by temperament, he did little to put himself forward. He preferred to let his organizational skills and his brilliant and powerful writings do his talking. In the New Bedford of his thirty-two-year ministry, he was a major public figure, universally respected for his integrity and his commitment to the community, especially to the disadvantaged. He initiated many major programs and organizations. But he shied away from assertive leadership, preferring to initiate and then move on. With his congregation, he was awkward in personal relationships, avoided parish calling, and only agreed that he would be available when needed. He was respected more than loved.
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By Richard Allen Kellaway
Potter’s name is virtually unknown to contemporary Unitarian Universalists, even by many of those who consider themselves scholars of the movement. Why forgotten? He was a founder and the mainstay of the Free Religious Association, an organization whose members radically transformed American Unitarianism. Few remember that association; still fewer, Potter. Coming of humble origins, and shy and withdrawn by temperament, he did little to put himself forward. He preferred to let his organizational skills and his brilliant and powerful writings do his talking. In the New Bedford of his thirty-two-year ministry, he was a major public figure, universally respected for his integrity and his commitment to the community, especially to the disadvantaged. He initiated many major programs and organizations. But he shied away from assertive leadership, preferring to initiate and then move on. With his congregation, he was awkward in personal relationships, avoided parish calling, and only agreed that he would be available when needed. He was respected more than loved.
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By Betty Ann Hutchens
In this book, Betty Ann brings to light the life of the Reindeer People. During her latest visit to Mongolia, she visited the northern part of the country where beautiful lake Khovsgol is located in hopes of meeting the little known reindeer people. It was here that Miss Hutchens was introduced to the reindeer lady - the spiritual leader of the tribe. This inspired her to write this story for children so that this race, threatened with extinction, will not be lost or forgotten. In the Reindeer Lady of Mongolia, Betty found inspiration. Her dedication to, and her pride in, the care of the reindeer, and the way of life of the Reindeer People, was both rare and remarkable. Her life is hard, yet she does not complain. Her friendly and welcoming nature won Betty Ann’s heart.
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By Betty Ann Hutchens
In this book, Betty Ann brings to light the life of the Reindeer People. During her latest visit to Mongolia, she visited the northern part of the country where beautiful lake Khovsgol is located in hopes of meeting the little known reindeer people. It was here that Miss Hutchens was introduced to the reindeer lady - the spiritual leader of the tribe. This inspired her to write this story for children so that this race, threatened with extinction, will not be lost or forgotten. In the Reindeer Lady of Mongolia, Betty found inspiration. Her dedication to, and her pride in, the care of the reindeer, and the way of life of the Reindeer People, was both rare and remarkable. Her life is hard, yet she does not complain. Her friendly and welcoming nature won Betty Ann’s heart.
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By Mildred Wells-Dunn
You may add to any page or paragraph words, phrases, or sentences that will help you best understand what has been written. Although we might not ever meet, help me with my dream. Help me in “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community with Emphasis on Putting Parents Back to Being Parents.” A young lawyer on Beale Street once looked at me and said, “You are sincere about what you are saying and doing. I will not charge you anything.” Boy, was I glad! I had him to look at the script because I had just about gone broke on “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community.” There have been others who said to me, “What are you trying to do?” And my reply would be, “I know—it’s just hard for me to make you understand.” Readers, I hope you will understand what I am trying to say and do. Let me make it plain. I am trying to help somebody, hoping I will also receive equally what my readers receive. I am thankful for my family tree, but aren’t we all? I would love for every American family and family of this world to add “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community” to their library. I would love to hear from some of the readers to see what they think about it. It has taken a while to complete this work. I feel like there will be more books on this same work.

Each of us in our own way can bridge the gap. We do not have to look for any help. Just think of things we can do to help someone.
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By Ellen Anderson
Letters that were found in a small cedar chest Mom saved that Dad wrote when he was in WWII. From 1942-1946 these letters tell interesting war stories & facts and a love story like no other. Dad wrote to Mom every moment that he could. Every breath & every step he took was for her. Dad was a "trailblazer" and fought on the front line in France and Germany. He was a radio man and was in charge of managing the location of his troop. This story will make you laugh and certainly make you cry. It is a truly amazing story!
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By Joseph L. Andrews
Why did Concord, Massachusetts, the small inland farming village, twenty miles northwest of Boston, become the center of America’s intellectual life in the mid 1800’s? And why did celebrated authors Henry D. Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May Alcott, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller all live and write at that same time in Concord? Literary Concord Uncovered provides a wonderful introductory overview of Concord’s classic authors and their creations. It reveals some of the secrets that enabled these brilliant American authors to write their pioneering works, which include Thoreau’s Walden, Emerson’s “Self Reliance,” Alcott’s Little Women and Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. This book will help readers gain a deeper understanding and experience greater enjoyment from reading extraordinary and exciting books by many of Concord’s—and America’s--greatest authors.
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By Lloyd R. Spanberger
It was the early 1960s and our country was in the midst of the cold war with the Soviet Union. President Eisenhower had, earlier, decided to initiate development of a spy satellite system to obtain strategic intelligence data on the Soviets. A massive program was instituted to accomplish this goal and, as part of the overall program, the concept of an all-military facility to provide R&D support and duplicate imagery processing from these satellites, was ordered. This began the establishment of the AFSPPF, which operated for 15 years in that capacity. This story describes the mission of the AFSPPF and what it was like to work in an Ultra Top Secret operation, whose mission was not disclosed until now. No-one involved with our operation could talk about it to anyone, including family, friends or anyone else in the military, unless they were properly cleared and were amongst those who needed to know. All content herein was derived from the personal recollections of our remaining members and from what little official declassified documentation we could find. It is hoped the reader will enjoy learning what it was like to work in such a unique Top Secret unit of the U.S. Air Force.
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By Ida Tomshinsky
Historical nonfiction genre has been widely divergent in subject matter and approach. There is no reason to believe authorial creativity will dry out anytime soon. The history of food preparation’s attire gives the overall and –long narrative swift movement through time and events in both commercial and domestic kitchens. “I am a Librarian: I bring history in my research, and history of fashion accessories into my books.” (Tomshinsky, 2014) Since ancient times, aprons have been used as the simplest ways of covering the human body while preparing food. Aprons evolved into a practical way of shielding one’s body from more just prying eyes. Aprons were frequently included in the chefs’ uniforms, household servants’ wardrobe, from cooks to maids. From a simple garment to an essential protective layer, from the staid to the designer fashions, aprons have come a long way. They are currently at the center of the Renaissance of chic and practicality of the kitchen attire for chefs and modern women who like to cook and entertain.
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By Mildred Wells-Dunn
You may add to any page or paragraph words, phrases, or sentences that will help you best understand what has been written. Although we might not ever meet, help me with my dream. Help me in “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community with Emphasis on Putting Parents Back to Being Parents.” A young lawyer on Beale Street once looked at me and said, “You are sincere about what you are saying and doing. I will not charge you anything.” Boy, was I glad! I had him to look at the script because I had just about gone broke on “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community.” There have been others who said to me, “What are you trying to do?” And my reply would be, “I know—it’s just hard for me to make you understand.” Readers, I hope you will understand what I am trying to say and do. Let me make it plain. I am trying to help somebody, hoping I will also receive equally what my readers receive. I am thankful for my family tree, but aren’t we all? I would love for every American family and family of this world to add “Bridging the Gap Between the Home, School, Church, and Community” to their library. I would love to hear from some of the readers to see what they think about it. It has taken a while to complete this work. I feel like there will be more books on this same work.

Each of us in our own way can bridge the gap. We do not have to look for any help. Just think of things we can do to help someone.
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By Nadine T. Preston / Michael R. Preston
The Land of Nod is based on a true store of the life and times of Jerrell Dean Thomas. Born after the Civil War in north east Texas, Jerrell Dean Porter was the only daughter of Robert Terrell Porter a wealthy liberal Christian Plantation owner who was also a former slave owner, and Louisa Love (Lou) a 15 year old former slave girl from the Porter Plantation. Because of her appearance, and an elaborate deception, Jerrell Dean Porter passed for white while being raised by her aunt Pearlee. She would eventually choose love over privilege and fully embrace the ramifications of her choice. It’s a story about love and lust, of loyalty and betrayal, of evil and kindness, tolerance, compassion, respect and hope. It’s a story about the slow progress of fairness and personal freedom against tremendous and formidable obstacles like constant threats of violence, racism, sexism and homophobia. This entertaining story is full of colorful characters with a wide variety of twists and unexpected turns.
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By Ida Tomshinsky
Historical nonfiction genre has been widely divergent in subject matter and approach. There is no reason to believe authorial creativity will dry out anytime soon. The history of food preparation’s attire gives the overall and –long narrative swift movement through time and events in both commercial and domestic kitchens. “I am a Librarian: I bring history in my research, and history of fashion accessories into my books.” (Tomshinsky, 2014) Since ancient times, aprons have been used as the simplest ways of covering the human body while preparing food. Aprons evolved into a practical way of shielding one’s body from more just prying eyes. Aprons were frequently included in the chefs’ uniforms, household servants’ wardrobe, from cooks to maids. From a simple garment to an essential protective layer, from the staid to the designer fashions, aprons have come a long way. They are currently at the center of the Renaissance of chic and practicality of the kitchen attire for chefs and modern women who like to cook and entertain.
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