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The Most Remarkable Woman In England

Author : John Carter Wood
ISBN : 9781526130785
Genre : True Crime
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This book offers the first in-depth study of one of the most gripping trials of inter-war Britain, that of farmer’s wife Beatrice Pace for the arsenic murder of her husband. A riveting tale from the golden age of press sensationalism, the book offers insights into the era’s justice system, gender debates and celebrity culture. Based on extensive research, it locates the Pace saga in the vibrant world of 1920s press reporting and illuminates a forgotten chapter in the history of civil liberties by considering the debates the case raised about police powers and the legal system. Spanning settings from the Pace's lonely cottage in the Forest of Dean to the House of Commons and using sources ranging from meticulous detective reports to heartfelt admirers’ letters, The most remarkable woman in England combines serious scholarship with vivid storytelling to bring to life the extraordinary lives of ordinary people between the wars.
Category: True Crime

Radiant Fifty Remarkable Women In Church History

Author : Richard M. Hannula
ISBN : 9781591281863
Genre : Religion
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Radiant records the triumph of the gospel as Christian women faced kings and governors, soldiers and wild beasts, Japanese guards and Muslim raiders, fire, exile, Nazis, cannibals, riots, and more. "Look to heaven and forsake the world" has been their cry for two thousand years, and in Christ these women became invincible. From South America to Europe, from China to Africa to the Wild West, in prisons and in throne rooms, the Christian heroines of Radiant have left a stunning legacy. These short and moving biographies for young people introduce fifty often unfamiliar champions of the faith: women like Ida Kahn, who opened the first hospital in a Chinese city of 300,000 people; Lady Anne Hamilton, who rode with the Covenanter cavalry at the decisive Battle of Berwick; and Anngrace Taban, who was forced to type secret battle plans for the Sudan People's Liberation Army.
Category: Religion

Remarkable Women Of San Diego Pioneers Visionaries And Innovators

Author : Hannah S. Cohen and Gloria G. Harris
ISBN : 9781467118262
Genre : History
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San Diego enjoys a diverse legacy of formidable female leaders. Ellen Browning Scripps financed and established the groundbreaking Scripps Oceanography Institute. In 1927, Belle Benchley became the nation's first female zoo director and for nearly thirty years pioneered new forms of exhibition and developed the world-class San Diego Zoo. Guatemalan activist and advocate Luisa Moreno established the United Fish Cannery Workers Union to protect the rights of workers during World War II. Ruth Alexander set new altitude records for light planes at the peak of the city's aviation boom. Bertha Pendleton became the first female and first African American San Diego school superintendent in 1993. Authors Hannah Cohen and Gloria Harris document these and many more stories of extraordinary local women.
Category: History

Those Remarkable Women Of The American Revolution

Author : Karen Zeinert
ISBN : 1562946579
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the contributions of women, Patriot and Loyalist, to the American Revolution, on the battlefield, in the press, and in the political arena, and shows how they challenged traditional female roles
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Remarkable Women Of New England

Author : Carole Owens
ISBN : 9781493018451
Genre : History
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In eighteenth-century America, information about a woman’s life and accomplishments was very difficult to discover, but some woman were avid letter writers or devoted journal keepers, and thankfully some of those letters and journals were saved. These woman include Mary Gray Bidwell, a quiet country woman who had a front row seat on the war and the formation of the new nation. Elizabeth Edwards Burr whose husband founded Princeton University and her son was the second Vice President of the United States (and tried for treason). Lavinia Deane Fisk, widowed during the Revolutionary War, her second marriage triggered a fire storm that led to a revolutionary war in the Congregational Church. The Widow Bingham who fought to live as a man becoming the first woman to have a tavern license, build a business substantial enough to send her son to college and serve on formerly all-male civic committees. Abigail Williams Sergeant Dwight, a Tory: the story of the Royalists during the War is not often told. The war years changed the lives of each of these women and perhaps their lives changed our new country.
Category: History

The Wings Of The Dove

Author : Henry James
ISBN : 9780191500312
Genre : Fiction
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ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
Category: Fiction

1838 1845

Author : Edward Lillie Pierce
ISBN : UIUC:30112073376888
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Short Stories From The Lives Of Remarkable Women

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ISBN : NYPL:33433075970669
Genre : Brothers and sisters
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Charlie returns from his first year at boys school with the mistaken impression that "women do not have half the sense of men" and his father dispels that feeling using the examples of the lives of several famous women.
Category: Brothers and sisters

The Forum

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ISBN : UCR:31210009375484
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Fair And Unfair Trials In The British Isles 1800 1940

Author : David Nash
ISBN : 9781350050969
Genre : History
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Adopting a microhistory approach, Fair and Unfair Trials in the British Isles, 1800-1940 provides an in-depth examination of the evolution of the modern justice system. Drawing upon criminal cases and trials from England, Scotland, and Ireland, the book examines the errors, procedural systems, and the ways in which adverse influences of social and cultural forces impacted upon individual instances of justice. The book investigates several case studies of both justice and injustice which prompted the development of forensic toxicology, the implementation of state propaganda and an increased interest in press sensationalism. One such case study considers the trial of William Sheen, who was prosecuted and later acquitted of the murder of his infant child at the Old Baily in 1827, an extraordinary miscarriage of justice that prompted outrage amongst the general public. Other case studies include trials for treason, theft, obscenity and blasphemy. Nash and Kilday root each of these cases within their relevant historical, cultural, and political contexts, highlighting changing attitudes to popular culture, public criticism, protest and activism as significant factors in the transformation of the criminal trial and the British judicial system as a whole. Drawing upon a wealth of primary sources, including legal records, newspaper articles and photographs, this book provides a unique insight into the evolution of modern criminal justice in Britain.
Category: History

Shakespeare S English Kings

Author : Peter Saccio
ISBN : 0198028717
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Far more than any professional historian, Shakespeare is responsible for whatever notions most of us possess about English medieval history. Anyone who appreciates the dramatic action of Shakespeare's history plays but is confused by much of the historical detail will welcome this guide to the Richards, Edwards, Henrys, Warwicks and Norfolks who ruled and fought across Shakespeare's page and stage. Not only theater-goers and students, but today's film-goers who want to enrich their understanding of film adaptations of plays such as Richard III and Henry V will find this revised edition of Shakespeare's English Kings to be an essential companion. Saccio's engaging narrative weaves together three threads: medieval English history according to the Tudor chroniclers who provided Shakespeare with his material, that history as understood by modern scholars, and the action of the plays themselves. Including a new preface, a revised further reading list, genealogical charts, an appendix of names and titles, and an index, the second edition of Shakespeare's English Kings offers excellent background reading for all of the ten history plays.
Category: Literary Criticism

Writing The Family Narrative Workbook

Author : Lawrence P. Gouldrup
ISBN : 0916489418
Genre : Reference
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This is a companion to the best-selling book, Writing the Family Narrative. This fun workbook takes you step-by-step through the family history writing process, providing plenty of room for collecting data, brainstorming, trying out new writing techniques, and more! Examples from skilled writers like James Herriott, A.L. Rowse, Willa Cather, and John Egerton will assist you in the learning process. Explore how to organize your records before you even begin writing! Now you can produce a quality written family history that will be treasured forever! This workbook's companion, Writing the Family Narrative (ISBN #0916489272) offers a clear and concise explanation of how to write your history in a way that entertains as well as informs. This companion to the workbook teaches a process that is tailored not for the serious novel writer, biographer, or essayist, but for the serious genealogist who wants to record his or her family story. He uses solid examples from both amateur and professional writers, making it easy for you to learn the process. This workbook to Writing the Family Narrative is not complete without its companion book Writing the Family Narrative (ISBN #0916489272).
Category: Reference

Remarkable Women

Author : Karen D. Arnold
ISBN : UOM:39015037329979
Genre : Psychology
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Remarkable Women: Perspectives on Female Talent Development is the first book to consolidate and expand existing knowledge about highly capable women and the internal and external forces that lead them to extraordinary adult accomplishment. The collected studies include women from a wide variety of backgrounds and talent domains whose paths to exceptional achievement illuminate the nature of female talent development and provide models to help more women fulfill their promise in adulthood.
Category: Psychology

Godey S Lady S Book

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ISBN : IND:30000108901210
Genre : Costume
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