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Forty Loads

Author : Brett Cogburn
ISBN : 9780698144484
Genre : Fiction
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Outnumbered, outgunned, and hell-bent on beating the odds. When the beautiful McGaffney twins hire Faro Wells to escort them to New Mexico to claim their inheritance, Faro thinks his luck has finally turned. But a world of trouble stands between him and the supposed fortune: a raging war, hostile Indians, and every raider on the wild frontier. Not to mention the South’s most famous villain, the Black Knight, is hard on Faro’s trail. And the twins may be the worst trouble of all…
Category: Fiction

The Agricultural Revolution In Norfolk

Author : Naomi Riches
ISBN : 0714613568
Genre : History
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First Published in 1967. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: History

The English Pleader

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ISBN : NYPL:33433008650271
Genre : Pleading
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Category: Pleading

Agriculture Of Maine

Author : Maine. Department of Agriculture
ISBN : PSU:000068968052
Genre : Agriculture
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Category: Agriculture

The Congo And The Founding Of Its Free State

Author : Henry Morton Stanley
ISBN : 9781108031318
Genre : History
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Sir Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904) was a journalist and explorer renowned for his adventures in Africa. After emigrating to America in 1859, Stanley worked as a journalist for the New York Herald. In 1869 he was instructed to undertake an expedition to find the missionary David Livingstone, and the success of this mission brought him public recognition and financial success. These volumes, first published in 1885, provide an account of Stanley's exploration of the Congo river in the service of Leopold II of Belgium between 1879 and 1884. Deriving from Stanley's personal journal, the books describe the difficulties he faced as he founded permanent trading stations, and his negotiations with indigenous leaders, together with his plans for the commercial exploitation of Africa. Stanley's controversial methods to achieve this aim, which led to his modern reputation as a racist and imperialist, are also revealed. Volume 1 covers 1879-83.
Category: History