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By Janet L. Freeman
Lina has found herself in America's past. She doesn't yet know why or for how long. She does know how-it was because of her grandmother's necklace. Share in this young Michigan woman's adventures as she travels back in time to assist other women in choosing their own destinies that changed American history.
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By Janet L. Freeman
Lina has found herself in America's past. She doesn't yet know why or for how long. She does know how-it was because of her grandmother's necklace. Share in this young Michigan woman's adventures as she travels back in time to assist other women in choosing their own destinies that changed American history.
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By Juanita Sterling
This is a historical fiction novel, based on a true event that happened in 1725. In the early fall of that year, a woman, her two daughters, and maidservant were captured from their farmstead. They were kidnapped by the Mohawk Indians. This was before the French and Indian wars and Before the Salem Witch Trials. She and her daughters spent one year and 26 days as a slave to the Mohawk Indians. This is the story of what happened during that one year and 26 days. It is the story of all the problems on the trail to the village, the things that happened in the village, and all the harsh parts of living an Indian life at that time. The beatings and the terrors that they endured during this time were incredible. Meanwhile, many things happened back in the village of Salem because life does go on. The oldest son marries, has a fight with his father, and leaves home. The younger son becomes the heir apparent, as well as his father’s confidant. Elizabeth’s husband went to Canada to Port Royal, to redeem his women. When they were finally redeemed by French, the youngest was unable to be redeemed at the same time. Her husband’s attitude had changed when she got back. When Elizabeth’s husband went to Canada a second time to redeem her, he died. What was Elizabeth to do? The youngest daughter was finally brought home, and the questions were answered.
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By Juanita Sterling
This is a historical fiction novel, based on a true event that happened in 1725. In the early fall of that year, a woman, her two daughters, and maidservant were captured from their farmstead. They were kidnapped by the Mohawk Indians. This was before the French and Indian wars and Before the Salem Witch Trials. She and her daughters spent one year and 26 days as a slave to the Mohawk Indians. This is the story of what happened during that one year and 26 days. It is the story of all the problems on the trail to the village, the things that happened in the village, and all the harsh parts of living an Indian life at that time. The beatings and the terrors that they endured during this time were incredible. Meanwhile, many things happened back in the village of Salem because life does go on. The oldest son marries, has a fight with his father, and leaves home. The younger son becomes the heir apparent, as well as his father’s confidant. Elizabeth’s husband went to Canada to Port Royal, to redeem his women. When they were finally redeemed by French, the youngest was unable to be redeemed at the same time. Her husband’s attitude had changed when she got back. When Elizabeth’s husband went to Canada a second time to redeem her, he died. What was Elizabeth to do? The youngest daughter was finally brought home, and the questions were answered.
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By Lynn Martinez
The Adventures of Jessie, a young Texas girl in the 1930s is the story of Jessie Standard, a ten-year-old girl growing up in the small Texas town of Lampasas during the Great Depression. She and her family live in the fire station, because her daddy is the only paid employee of the Lampasas Fire Department. Jessie is mischievous and regularly manages to find trouble! She spies on her big sister LaVerne, steals the show at the town dance, and even sneaks onto a plane her brother flies! Jessie’s first love is Prince, her pony. When times get hard, Daddy has to sell Prince. It breaks Jessie’s heart, but she is determined to find a way to be with him again someday!
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By Lynn Martinez
The Adventures of Jessie, a young Texas girl in the 1930s is the story of Jessie Standard, a ten-year-old girl growing up in the small Texas town of Lampasas during the Great Depression. She and her family live in the fire station, because her daddy is the only paid employee of the Lampasas Fire Department. Jessie is mischievous and regularly manages to find trouble! She spies on her big sister LaVerne, steals the show at the town dance, and even sneaks onto a plane her brother flies! Jessie’s first love is Prince, her pony. When times get hard, Daddy has to sell Prince. It breaks Jessie’s heart, but she is determined to find a way to be with him again someday!
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By Lynn Martinez
The Adventures of Jessie, a young Texas girl in the 1930s is the story of Jessie Standard, a ten-year-old girl growing up in the small Texas town of Lampasas during the Great Depression. She and her family live in the fire station, because her daddy is the only paid employee of the Lampasas Fire Department. Jessie is mischievous and regularly manages to find trouble! She spies on her big sister LaVerne, steals the show at the town dance, and even sneaks onto a plane her brother flies! Jessie’s first love is Prince, her pony. When times get hard, Daddy has to sell Prince. It breaks Jessie’s heart, but she is determined to find a way to be with him again someday!
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By george clarke
Georgian England, at the start of the Industrial Revolution, just four years after the Battle of Waterloo. Two children, from poor families and in dire circumstances, each have good reason to run away and seek better life. Brought together by chance; staying together from loyalty and the need for human companionship. Developing into loving young adults with strong sense of justice and humanity, the two are appalled by the plight of the common workers. It is August 1819, and they journey to Manchester to attend a meeting. There, at St Peter’s Field, the radical orator, Henry Hunt, is to address the crowd. A rude shock awaits them and not all return safely to their homes – there is blood on the field. A compelling love story set in the atmosphere of oppression, class division, hatred and violence that accompanied the Industrial Revolution in general, and the ‘Peterloo Massacre’ in particular.
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By george clarke
Georgian England, at the start of the Industrial Revolution, just four years after the Battle of Waterloo. Two children, from poor families and in dire circumstances, each have good reason to run away and seek better life. Brought together by chance; staying together from loyalty and the need for human companionship. Developing into loving young adults with strong sense of justice and humanity, the two are appalled by the plight of the common workers. It is August 1819, and they journey to Manchester to attend a meeting. There, at St Peter’s Field, the radical orator, Henry Hunt, is to address the crowd. A rude shock awaits them and not all return safely to their homes – there is blood on the field. A compelling love story set in the atmosphere of oppression, class division, hatred and violence that accompanied the Industrial Revolution in general, and the ‘Peterloo Massacre’ in particular.
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By John J McCann
John J. McCann, PHD is a graduate of Columbia University and St. John’s University, New York City. Dr. McCann lectures nationwide at various colleges and universities on reasons for war and fighting. Dr. McCann is married and has two sons, Adam and Robert. His wife, Rebecca is presently the Secretary General at the United Nations. Dr. McCann served as a Captain during the Viet Nam conflict and received the Medal of Honor from President Nixon upon his return as a P.O.W. in 1974.
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By John J McCann
John J. McCann, PHD is a graduate of Columbia University and St. John’s University, New York City. Dr. McCann lectures nationwide at various colleges and universities on reasons for war and fighting. Dr. McCann is married and has two sons, Adam and Robert. His wife, Rebecca is presently the Secretary General at the United Nations. Dr. McCann served as a Captain during the Viet Nam conflict and received the Medal of Honor from President Nixon upon his return as a P.O.W. in 1974.
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By Antonia Babauta Lyzenga
This story is based on facts. In the early 1900’s a couple of governors issued . . . “frivolous proclamations such as a ban on whistling, evening parties ”… etc. that were imposed on Guam. The Executive General Orders (EGO) were not taken seriously at first by the people, and later they were subjected to paying fines. Then Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Governor Ivan Wettengel intervened and some EGOs were abolished. 1 Happy Island is about a ban on whistling and how a certain incident changed a young boy’s point of view about a governor’s order. His common sense, quick action, and “doing the right thing” saved a life. Reviews: “I love the fact that this is historic.” Teacher C.M. “Good story. Would make kids think about freedoms they enjoy.” Teacher F.P.
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By Elissa Webster
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By Richard Kimball
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By Richard Kimball
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