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Famous Train Shading

Famous Train Shading

Author: Grayscale Publishing

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1535420235

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Special Discount Get your copy right now! What is grayscale coloring? Simply put, it is an easy and amazing way to add professional shading to your coloring, without having to add the shade yourself! The complex gray tones add variance and depth to your art, taking your adult coloring to the next level, resulting in pictures you'll be proud to share. Includes 25 beautiful photos Printed on one side only Full size (8.5"x 11"), pure white 60lb. paper

The Cumberland Mountain Trilogy, Volume 1 - The Sheriffs’ Murder Cases

The Cumberland Mountain Trilogy, Volume 1 - The Sheriffs’ Murder Cases

Author: Jack Justin Turner

Publisher: First Edition Design Pub.

ISBN: 9781622877942

Category: Fiction

Page: 370

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The Sheriffs' Murder Cases is the initial volume in The Cumberland Mountain Trilogy, a series highlighting life the Kentucky Mountains during the early and middle decades of the 20th Century. Jacob Newton Herald, High Sheriff, or Chief Deputy, of Chinoe County from 1920-45, is the trilogy's central character, and the accounts are in his own words, or as nearly as his granddaughter Jennifer could copy down. Jake, as he was commonly known to friend and foe alike, received a B.A. Degree from Valparaiso University outside Chicago in 1914. He subsequently applied and was admitted to medical school at the University of Louisville. He left that school with a year remaining, in order to fight in the Great War. He emerged from the war a heavily decorated soldier with the battlefield rank of Captain. He returned to his home county in the mountains, where he became involved in law enforcement, serving for a quarter century. In The Sheriffs' Murder Cases, Jake takes the County Sheriff's job for a shockingly immoral purpose and ends up trying to solve a series of puzzling murders. He enlists the aid of family members, deputizes friends and war buddies, and is led down many paths that build suspense and create the dramatic tension that propels the novel to its climax. Keywords: Romance, Revenge, Action, History, War, Kentucky, Herald, Fiction, Iron Fist, Mystery, Veteran

Asian Shade

Asian Shade

Author: Larry Ketron

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

ISBN: 0822200716

Category: Drama

Page: 80

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THE STORY: Home on leave before shipping off to Vietnam, two young recruits have been given the use of a lakeside cabin by a prosperous local farmer. Disturbed by the mixed reception given them by some of the townspeople (for whom the U.S. involvem

The Last Lion: Volume 1

The Last Lion: Volume 1

Author: William Manchester

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780316244855

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 992

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The first volume in William Manchester's masterful, magnum opus account of Winston Churchill's life. The Last Lion: Visions of Glory follows the first fifty-eight years of Churchill's life--the years that mold him into the man who will become one of the most influential politicians of the twentieth century. In this, the first volume, Manchester follows Churchill from his birth to 1932, when he began to warn against the re-militarization of Germany. Born of an American mother and the gifted but unstable son of a duke, his childhood was one of wretched neglect. He sought glory on the battlefields of Cuba, Sudan, India, South Africa and the trenches of France. In Parliament he was the prime force behind the creation of Iraq and Jordan, laid the groundwork for the birth of Israel, and negotiated the independence of the Irish Free State. Yet, as Chancellor of the Exchequer he plunged England into economic crisis, and his fruitless attempt to suppress Gandhi's quest for Indian independence brought political chaos to Britain. Throughout, Churchill learned the lessons that would prepare him for the storm to come, and as the 1930's began, he readied himself for the coming battle against Nazism--an evil the world had never before seen.

British Travel Writing from China, 1798-1901, Volume 1

British Travel Writing from China, 1798-1901, Volume 1

Author: Elizabeth H Chang

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000558678

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 1600

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In 1793, Lord Macartney led the first British diplomatic mission to China in over one hundred years. This five-volume reset edition draws together British travel writings about China throughout the next century. The collection ends with the Boxer Uprising which marked the beginning of the end of informal British empire on the Chinese mainland.

The Works, Volume 1

The Works, Volume 1

Author: Walter Bagehot

Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag

ISBN: 9783849691165

Category: Political Science

Page: 250

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Walter Bagehot was one of the most famous 19th-century British journalists and essayists, whose major works refer to government, economics, and literature. This is the first out of nine volumes with his most important writings, this one containing: Memoir To The Roman Catholic Church Second Memoir Letters On The French Coup D’état Of 1851 Oxford Hartley Coleridge Shakespeare - The Man Bishop Butler

Born in the U.S.A.: The Myth of American Popular Music from Colonial Times to the Present

Born in the U.S.A.: The Myth of American Popular Music from Colonial Times to the Present

Author: Timothy E. Scheurer

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781604738070

Category: MUSIC

Page: 293

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This is the first study to explore fully the myth of America as reflected in the nation's popular music. Beginning with the songs of the Pilgrims and continuing through more than two centuries of history and music, Born in the U.S.A. shows the emerging American myth and gives a close reading of the compositions of songwriters as diverse as William Billings, Henry Clay Work, Irving Berlin, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Bruce Springsteen.So that the full and diverse narrative of this complex nation might be recorded, this insightful study is focused both upon the national myth and upon the songwriters and performers representing subcultures and alternative viewpoints that are the text of America's story. Through hymnlike paeans and through discordant lamentations protesting the realities of the contemporary workaday world, popular music is an astonishing mirror of American history.