Whitfield J. Bell, Jr. Billington, Claude G. Cochran, Arthur C. Cole, David J. Gildersleeve, Lawrence H. Gipson, Eric F. Goldman, Robert Selph Henry, J. Larkin, Irving A. Leonard, Jay Leyda, Arthur S. Spencer, Jr. Thomas, Thomas J. Willison, Charles M. Wiltse, Carl Wittke, Louis B. Book of the Month Club divided. Published to mark the th anniversary of the end of The Great War, Classic Stories of World War I is a compilation of fiction and non-fiction excerpts from the works of world-class authors - such as Joseph Conrad and W.
Somerset Maugham - who lived through the conflict. From the home front to the western front, on land or at sea, this collection is a unique insight into the 'war to end war. Quantity: 3. Limited Edition Reprint. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet.
We've enlarged this tri-county area of Central Wisconsin on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Some towns are not mentioned in the booklet. This booklet now includes a newly added 5-page excerpt from the WPA book. Although perhaps out of date as a tour book, these WPA guides are rich in history and trivia. Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Where place names came from; Wisconsin Dells -- Devil's Jug, Witches' Gultch, etc; Crops; Various first -- tavern, birth, school, sermon, steamboat, etc; Names of early settlers; Newspapers; County Organizations, First elections and officers elected; Boundary Changes and Disputes; Friendship, seat of Adams County; Prehistoric people in Marquette County; Montello, seat of Marquette County; Westfield, the center of a large agricultural district and shipping point; Wautoma, seat of Waushara County; Plainfield and Hancock, two towns on the Wisconsin Central Railroad; and other interesting bits of history and Just A Map - Joan Morris.
Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events.
Those listed are: not in alphabetical order : Charles H. Bissell, J. Morrill, S. Pease, W. Peters, S. Forbes, Caleb F. Roberts, Martin G. Ellison, Jr. Whitson, the remarkable Capt. Bird who was nearly shot for "exciting a sedition" during the Civil WarIra P. Coon, Jackson J. Hawley, Robert L. Potter, Charles P. Soule, Allen L. Trufant and Son, James M. Borden, Dr. Kilbourn, Jefferson B. Mitchell, George Ocain, G. Jennings, Dr. Seller: Virtuous Volumes et al.
Soft Cover. Cover corner tips lightly rubbed. Sorenson, Jr. Becker, Clifford Biel, Charles D. Eidum, et al. Published by Penguin Books, London, The program includes more songs from The Great American Songbook, but also celebrates French cabaret artists and composers, as well.
A very special archival performance from these important and expressive artists! Joan now has her own "station" on Pandora! On January 6,President Franklin D. Roosevelt addresses Congress in an effort to William Bolcom - Lime Jello the nation away from a foreign policy of neutrality. Smith explored a stunningly large area of the Far West during his short life.
He began his western voyages inwhen he joined the pioneering fur trader William Ashley on a On January 6,a crowd of 2,plus lines up outside Boston Garden to buy tickets to the rock band Led Zeppelin. Some in the crowd then entered into to the near-empty arena and caused thousands of dollars in damage.
On January 6,snow begins falling in Washington, D. The Blizzard of began in Just A Map - Joan Morris fashion, as cold air from Canada pushed down and Olympic Album) Nancy Kerrigan is attacked at a Detroit ice rink following a practice session two days before the Olympic trials.
A man hit Kerrigan with a club on the back of her knee, causing the figure skater to cry out in pain and bewilderment. When the full story emerged a After two significant victories over the British in Trenton and Princeton, New Jersey, General George Washington marches north to Morristown, New Jersey, where he set up winter headquarters for himself and the men of the Continental Army on January 6, Let America be the dream the dreamers dreamed— Let it be that great strong land of love Where never kings connive nor tyrants scheme That any man be crushed by one above.
O, let my land be a land where Liberty Is crowned with no false patriotic wreath, But opportunity is real, and life is free, Equality is in the air we breathe. Say, who are you that mumbles in the dark? And who are you that draws your veil across the stars? I am the red man driven from the land, I am the immigrant clutching the hope I seek— And finding only the same old stupid plan Of dog eat dog, of mighty crush the weak.
I am the young man, full of strength and hope, Tangled in that ancient endless chain Of profit, power, gain, of grab the land! Of grab the gold! According to the book Nico: The Life and Lies of an Icontheir daily routine involved a considerable amount of drink and drugs, and consisted of an ever-repeating circle of "affection-argument-rancor-resolution.
Jim Morrison may have been a hugely influential rock star, but not everyone was willing to give the singer a free pass to do however he pleased. In fact, one of his staunchest opponents was his very own bandmate, drummer John Densmore. In a interview with the GuardianDensmore reminisced of his relationship with Morrison, which was so bad that after the singer died, the drummer skipped his funeral and wouldn't even visit the grave for three years.
In fact, Densmore has called Morrison "a lunatic" and "a psychopath," along with several other, even more colorful names.
He also made a spirited attempt at keeping the vocalist off the road, and even briefly quit the band himself. However, don't take Densmore's attitude toward Morrison to mean that he completely disliked the man. I hated his self-destruction He was a kamikaze Album) went out at 27 — what can I say?
Jim's ghost is behind me all the time," he says. Jim Morrison and his girlfriend, Pamela Courson, had a pretty turbulent relationship. In fact, as photographer Bobby Klein told the Guardian inthings once got quite literally heated. According to Klein, Courson turned up at his door late one night, and told him and his wife a horrifying story: Morrison had forced her in a closet and set it on fire.
As the story goes, Jim Morrison was not a fan of heroin, and he had found out that Courson had the drug and had also been sleeping with her supplier. As such, Klein speculates that the closet-on-fire incident may have been the Doors singer's strange attempt to frighten Courson to stay away from heroin. Regardless of the truth behind the situation, Klein eventually relayed the story to director Oliver Stone, who decided to include it in his Val Kilmer-starring biopic, The Doors.
People who have seen the movie The Doors may remember the scene where young Jim Morrison witnessed the aftermath of a brutal car accident. According to Biographythis actually happened. In fact, Morrison himself had once attested that it was even worse than the movie ended up portraying it. The singer was roughly 5-years-old when he and his family were driving in New Mexico and passed a terrible scene where a truck full of Native American people had crashed.
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