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By Tom L. Sawyer
The ocean passage in 1822 of the ship Camillus was a challenge for the fifty-one passengers in steerage. Among the passengers was the Scott Sawyer family, which included his pregnant wife, Catherine, and their three young children. As they neared the wharf in New York, they welcomed their fourth child, Camilla. For twenty years, the family grew in the Catskill country near Bovina, New York. This is where Scott’s son, Robert, learned to farm and realized the American dream of owning his own land and supporting his own growing family. He also became involved in the Anti-Rent War in 1845. After moving his family to Illinois and then to Iowa, he met an untimely death. His strong wife, Louisa, raised their ten children to become successful and prosperous citizens. This is an American saga.
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By Tom L. Sawyer
The ocean passage in 1822 of the ship Camillus was a challenge for the fifty-one passengers in steerage. Among the passengers was the Scott Sawyer family, which included his pregnant wife, Catherine, and their three young children. As they neared the wharf in New York, they welcomed their fourth child, Camilla. For twenty years, the family grew in the Catskill country near Bovina, New York. This is where Scott’s son, Robert, learned to farm and realized the American dream of owning his own land and supporting his own growing family. He also became involved in the Anti-Rent War in 1845. After moving his family to Illinois and then to Iowa, he met an untimely death. His strong wife, Louisa, raised their ten children to become successful and prosperous citizens. This is an American saga.
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By Olivia Penwell McCoy
Set in both modern times and the WWII era, this captivating story begins with a French family caught up in the lethal madness of the Nazis occupation in Europe. When peaceful village life changes, Étienne Passat manages to send his two sisters to safety before he embarks on a long, harrowing journey of escape and his eventual disappearance. Many years later, modern American tourists visit southern France and discover a ghostly presence that in due time ties the past and present together. Inspired by an actual experience, this book was carefully researched to reflect wartime experiences and events.
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By Kathy Martin
For hundreds of years, barns have been a vital image of the American landscape. Barns evoke a sense of tradition, a feeling of security. They have provided shelter; a safe haven for animals of the family farm. Barns have become community landmarks. Is it any wonder there is a growing fascination for these structures? As the small family farm has given way to larger, more commercial farms, so, also, many of the traditional, old style barns have been replaced with utility buildings and pole barns.
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By Helene-Carol Brown
Hannah Turner could never have imagined that the squabbles of Boston merchants with England over tea and taxes would disturb her quiet, comfortable life in Philadelphia. When British and Hessian soldiers occupy her native city in 1777, Hannah’s world is turned upside down. Hannah’s father, Jacob, a well-respected cabinet maker, is wounded, his shop is destroyed, and the family is forced to seek shelter with relatives in the Chester County countryside at a place called the Valley of the Forge. General Washington’s Continental Army settles into the same area for the coldest winter in many years, and the Turner family learns firsthand of the starvation, disease, and misery that war brings to a people and their land. As the conflict continues, the Turners and their new friends the Grays find ways to aid the Patriot Cause that even General Washington could not have expected. When the war moves to its conclusion in Virginia, Hannah’s brother Nathaniel, and her betrothed, Matthew Taylor, find their skills tested at the Battle of Yorktown. One returns to Hannah on a litter, the other in a coffin. Was Liberty worth such a terrible price?
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By Alan V. Gordon
Rudi Roth, a young professor of philosophy at the University of Vienna, began his lifelong passion of envisioning a post-theistic world centuries into the future when the Abrahamic religions had largely died out, to be replaced by a universal belief system in which the role of traditional religious beliefs had become increasingly irrelevant, having been overshadowed by natural humanist beliefs, which he termed Mega-Humanism. For Rudi Roth, his Mega-Humanism was a type of eschatology without the traditional God, from which the transcendence of man prevailed. This book outlines the humanistic belief system as presented by the grandfather of Professor Roth in his research on his grandfather’s doctorate thesis. It is his hope that a reading of this book will convince everyone of the need for a realistic sectarian philosophy that will eventually be adopted as a universal belief system.
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By Olivia Penwell McCoy
Set in both modern times and the WWII era, this captivating story begins with a French family caught up in the lethal madness of the Nazis occupation in Europe. When peaceful village life changes, Étienne Passat manages to send his two sisters to safety before he embarks on a long, harrowing journey of escape and his eventual disappearance. Many years later, modern American tourists visit southern France and discover a ghostly presence that in due time ties the past and present together. Inspired by an actual experience, this book was carefully researched to reflect wartime experiences and events.
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By Betty Smith Meischen
An old man on his deathbed tells his true life story to his children and grandchildren who have gathered around him. The dying man was James Bell Stephenson. He was born in the wilds of Florida in 1820 and made the long journey to Texas in 1826 to become a member of Stephen F. Austin’s Colony. At sixteen, he joined the Texas army, becoming one of its earliest Texas Rangers. He witnessed Santa Anna’s capture at San Jacinto. At age18 Stephenson was pinned down in a ravine with a handful of Texas Rangers who were surrounded by a horde of angry Comanche Indians. As Captain of the 20th Texas Infantry during the Civil War, he defended the port of Galveston and help provide supplies to the Confederate army. Stephenson was a founding father of Waller County, Texas and one of its first commissioners. The life he led was truly inspirational and definitely worthy of a place in Texas history.
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By Betty Smith Meischen
An old man on his deathbed tells his true life story to his children and grandchildren who have gathered around him. The dying man was James Bell Stephenson. He was born in the wilds of Florida in 1820 and made the long journey to Texas in 1826 to become a member of Stephen F. Austin’s Colony. At sixteen, he joined the Texas army, becoming one of its earliest Texas Rangers. He witnessed Santa Anna’s capture at San Jacinto. At age18 Stephenson was pinned down in a ravine with a handful of Texas Rangers who were surrounded by a horde of angry Comanche Indians. As Captain of the 20th Texas Infantry during the Civil War, he defended the port of Galveston and help provide supplies to the Confederate army. Stephenson was a founding father of Waller County, Texas and one of its first commissioners. The life he led was truly inspirational and definitely worthy of a place in Texas history.
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By Helene-Carol Brown
Hannah Turner could never have imagined that the squabbles of Boston merchants with England over tea and taxes would disturb her quiet, comfortable life in Philadelphia. When British and Hessian soldiers occupy her native city in 1777, Hannah’s world is turned upside down. Hannah’s father, Jacob, a well-respected cabinet maker, is wounded, his shop is destroyed, and the family is forced to seek shelter with relatives in the Chester County countryside at a place called the Valley of the Forge. General Washington’s Continental Army settles into the same area for the coldest winter in many years, and the Turner family learns firsthand of the starvation, disease, and misery that war brings to a people and their land. As the conflict continues, the Turners and their new friends the Grays find ways to aid the Patriot Cause that even General Washington could not have expected. When the war moves to its conclusion in Virginia, Hannah’s brother Nathaniel, and her betrothed, Matthew Taylor, find their skills tested at the Battle of Yorktown. One returns to Hannah on a litter, the other in a coffin. Was Liberty worth such a terrible price?
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By Helene-Carol Brown
Hannah Turner could never have imagined that the squabbles of Boston merchants with England over tea and taxes would disturb her quiet, comfortable life in Philadelphia. When British and Hessian soldiers occupy her native city in 1777, Hannah’s world is turned upside down. Hannah’s father, Jacob, a well-respected cabinet maker, is wounded, his shop is destroyed, and the family is forced to seek shelter with relatives in the Chester County countryside at a place called the Valley of the Forge. General Washington’s Continental Army settles into the same area for the coldest winter in many years, and the Turner family learns firsthand of the starvation, disease, and misery that war brings to a people and their land. As the conflict continues, the Turners and their new friends the Grays find ways to aid the Patriot Cause that even General Washington could not have expected. When the war moves to its conclusion in Virginia, Hannah’s brother Nathaniel, and her betrothed, Matthew Taylor, find their skills tested at the Battle of Yorktown. One returns to Hannah on a litter, the other in a coffin. Was Liberty worth such a terrible price?
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By Alan V. Gordon
Rudi Roth, a young professor of philosophy at the University of Vienna, began his lifelong passion of envisioning a post-theistic world centuries into the future when the Abrahamic religions had largely died out, to be replaced by a universal belief system in which the role of traditional religious beliefs had become increasingly irrelevant, having been overshadowed by natural humanist beliefs, which he termed Mega-Humanism. For Rudi Roth, his Mega-Humanism was a type of eschatology without the traditional God, from which the transcendence of man prevailed. This book outlines the humanistic belief system as presented by the grandfather of Professor Roth in his research on his grandfather’s doctorate thesis. It is his hope that a reading of this book will convince everyone of the need for a realistic sectarian philosophy that will eventually be adopted as a universal belief system.
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By Kathy Martin
For hundreds of years, barns have been a vital image of the American landscape. Barns evoke a sense of tradition, a feeling of security. They have provided shelter; a safe haven for animals of the family farm. Barns have become community landmarks. Is it any wonder there is a growing fascination for these structures? As the small family farm has given way to larger, more commercial farms, so, also, many of the traditional, old style barns have been replaced with utility buildings and pole barns.
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By Richard C. Williams, PhD.
The material has been assembled and updated from my doctoral thesis, Social Causes of Violent Revolution in Eighty-Six Nations Since World War II, written in 1978 (found on the dissertation shelves of Norlin Library, University of Colorado, Boulder). In this current update, I have enlarged the scope of the project to include nonviolent revolutions as well. South Africa has been the obvious model here and suggests that the most successful revolutions in the world have indeed been nonviolent. There have been a few others as well in the latter part of the 20th and early 21st centuries. Examining the causes and developments preceding these revolutions and comparing them with political and social conditions today has convinced me that our own country may be facing some kind of radical social upheaval during the coming century. By examining more closely the causes of such upheavals in the world during the 20th century, I would hope we could then see how closely current conditions match those early ones. Remember that Thomas Jefferson said that this country would need a new revolution every twenty years. (God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion, Thomas Jefferson wrote to William Stephons Smith in Paris on November 13, 1787).
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By Celia ELKIN

Penned by me, a survivor and eye witness to the chillimg events that took place on the 9th of November 1938 in all of Germany and the following day in Austria. Although barely past my 15th birthday. I remembered everything that had transpired and detailed the happenings in my family as well as revisiting the horrendous anti - Jewish violence executed on such a large scale by the Nazis, in my book Kristallnacht. This November, 2013, I and others will commemorate the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the life-altering event which ushered in the Jewish nightmare, the Holocaust.


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