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Waves A Memoir

Author : Julius J. Menn
ISBN : 1441521941
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Jump In The Waves

Author : Jacqueline Piatigorsky
ISBN : 0312018347
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author, born into the famous Rothschild family, describes her lonely childhood and her attempts to earn respect for her accomplishments instead of her name
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Drawing The Blinds And Riding The Waves

Author : Ellen Schachtel McCoy
ISBN : 1304985784
Genre : New York (N.Y.)
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"Ellen Schachtel McCoy was born in New York City and spent her formative and many of her adult years in Manhattan. McCoy moved to St. Louis, Missouri, in the late 1990s when she was in her early 50s. With this relocation, she discovered a whole new world, both emotionally and spiritually, one that would change her life forever."--From book.
Category: New York (N.Y.)

Waves Astern

Author : E. Spurgeon Campbell
ISBN : 1449079989
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“An interesting story about an interesting man, told in a most entertaining fashion. A real page turner” Dr Bob Allota, coauthor, “The Last Voyage of the SS Henry Bacon” In Waves Astern, E. Spurgeon Campbell recalls eight decades of adventures to exotic and sometimes isolated destinations while serving his country. At 20, Campbell was a radio operator in the Merchant Marine during World War II, later surviving enemy attacks and the sinking of the Henry Bacon whose “cargo” was a group of Norwegian refugees. Campbell recalls the February night in a lifeboat in the Arctic filled with terrified refugees, his efforts to send SOS signals in gale-force winds, and of their miraculous rescue. Decades later, he and the survivors were reunited when he was honored by the Norwegian government. Campbell’s odyssey includes “Cold War” episodes in Eniwetok and Thule, Greenland and a 20-year career with Radio Free Europe.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Making Waves

Author : Marilyn Miler Harlin
ISBN : 9781460233658
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At age eight Marilyn Harlin already knew she wanted to be a scientist. Throughout the peaks and valleys in her life—including widowhood when her husband fell off a mountain in Switzerland, and the challenges of raising two children on her own--she kept her eyes on her goal and eventually joined the faculty at the University of Rhode Island as its only female botany professor. Marilyn’s mission in her career and into retirement has been to inspire youth, especially girls, to venture into the sciences. Making Waves is a memoir of a progressive life lived with passion.
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Memoir

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ISBN : UOM:39015042198062
Genre : Geology
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Category: Geology