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The Conspiracy of Pontiac

The Conspiracy of Pontiac by Francis Parkman

The Conspiracy of Pontiac by Francis Parkman

The Conspiracy of Pontiac” was Parkman’s first history book. It covers the Indian wars of 1763 to 1769. Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, put together a coalition of Indian tribes from around the Great Lakes region and the Illinois and Ohio Countries to attack the British under General Jeffrey Amherst

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The Dust Flower

The Dust Flower by Basil King

The Dust Flower by Basil King

Rashleigh Allerton, a wealthy New Yorker, quarrels with his well-to-do fiancée Barbara and impetuously says that he will marry instead the first person he meets. The book follows the result of this absurd promise, with consequences that neither of them (nor Rashleigh’s faithful elderly man-servant Steptoe) expect

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Great Astronomers

Great Astronomers by Sir Robert S. Ball

Great Astronomers by Sir Robert S. Ball

From the days of Hipparchus down to the present hour the science of astronomy has steadily grown. One great observer after another has appeared from time to time, to reveal some new phenomenon with regard to the celestial bodies or their movements, while from time to time one commanding intellect after another has arisen to explain the true import of the facts of observations

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Born Again

Born Again by Chrys Romeo

Born Again by Chrys Romeo

Being reborn is the power of redefining existence and having a new life.

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The Deluge – Volume 1

The Deluge - Volume 1 by Henryk Sienkiewicz

The Deluge – Volume 1 by Henryk Sienkiewicz

The Deluge (Polish: Potop) is a historical novel by the Polish author Henryk Sienkiewicz. It is the second volume of a three-volume series known to Poles as “the Trilogy,” having been preceded by With Fire and Sword and followed by Fire in the Steppe. The novel tells a story of a fictional Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth soldier and noble Andrzej Kmicic and shows a panorama of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Swedish invasion of Poland known in the Polish tradition as „Potop” (hence the title). Kmita is a patriot who, nevertheless, unexpectedly and unwittingly finds himself on the wrong side of the conflict as a new war starts to ravage the already weakened Commonwealth. This decision costs him dearly as his beloved Olenka now sees him as a traitor. This is an epic panorama of a country that is torn not only by a war with the external enemy, but also by a struggle with unscrupulous nobles who use their country’s plight as an opportunity to magnify their power and zone of influence even if that means siding with the enemy. On the other hand we also see valiant soldiers, who, both with their swords and their wits, fight to expel the invading army. (Summary by Wikipedia)

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Children in Prison

Children in Prison by Oscar Wilde

Children in Prison by Oscar Wilde

This is a letter that Oscar Wilde wrote about the cruel treatment of children in prisons after a prison guard was dismissed from his post for feeding a starving child.

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From the Deep Woods to Civilization

From the Deep Woods to Civilization by Charles Alexander Eastman

From the Deep Woods to Civilization by Charles Alexander Eastman

From the Deep Woods to Civilization is the sequel to Indian Boyhood. Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa) gives his account of what it was like to transition from the ways of his Inidan life to that of the white man. His father, long thought dead, had converted to Christianity and wished the same for his son as well as receiving education in the white man’s school. At the age of 15, Ohiyesa must learn to balance the old familiar life of the American Indian with that of the new in the world of the white man, one of his first acts being the cutting of his long hair and attending school. It also chronicles his life of college to becoming a doctor at Pine Ridge in South Dakota, his marriage to Elaine Goodale, and his involvement in politics, the YMCA, and Boy Scouts of America.

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The Tower of London

The Tower of London by Arthur Poyser

The Tower of London by Arthur Poyser

History. “… those who read this book and have no opportunity of visiting the Tower expect that the characters in the moving drama of its history shall have some semblance of life as they walk across the stage…. My wish has been to persuade those who come to visit the Tower that there is a great deal to be seen in its immediate vicinity… A noble and historic building like the Tower resembles a venerable tree whose roots have spread into the soil in all directions, during the uncounted years of its existence, far beyond the position of its stem.”

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The Enormous Room

The Enormous Room by E. E. Cummings

The Enormous Room by E. E. Cummings

For this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost; and is found.”
He was lost by the Norton-Harjes Ambulance Corps.
He was officially dead as a result of official misinformation.
He was entombed by the French Government.
It took the better part of three months to find him and bring him back to life—with the help of powerful and willing friends on both sides of the Atlantic.
This is his story

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Clementina

Clementina by A. E. W. Mason

Clementina by A. E. W. Mason

This well-written novel is a fictional account of a true historical rescue mission. In 1719, at the age of 17, when she was on her way across Europe to marry James Stuart, the Catholic pretender to the British throne, Princess Maria Clementina Sobieska was kidnapped and held prisoner by Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, with the approval of his ally, the Protestant king of England. The king feared that the marriage would produce heirs who might raise a rebellion against the Crown, though Stuart’s own rebellion had failed four years earlier. But Irish soldier of fortune and Stuart’s ablest spy, hatches a daring plot to rescue the princess. Filled with spies, romance, palace intrigue and uncertain loyalties, this is the story of how Charles Wogan, once indicted for High Treason in Protestant England, set out to play his part on the international stage. Failure would mean certain death at the hands of Wogan’s powerful enemies. But would success bring the result he expects?

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