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Jim The Story Of A Backwoods Police Dog (And Other Stories)

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Sir Charles G. D. Roberts


Deputy Sheriff Tug Blackstock wanted a dog to help with his work. As for Jim, at first glance he might almost have been taken for a slim, y…

A Shepherd's Life; Impressions Of The South Wiltshire Downs

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William Henry Hudson


Hudson wrote this classic work in 1910; it is admiringly mentioned by many other writers. It focuses on the memories of a head shepherd, Ca…

Fort Concho; Its Why And Wherefore

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J. N. Gregory


Fort Concho was a U.S. Army post in central Texas from 1867 to 1889. It figured considerably in the Indian Wars, notably against the Comanch…

Old Hampshire Vignettes

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Mary Elizabeth Hawker


Lanoe Falconer is the pseudonym of the English writer, Marie Elizabeth Hawker (1848 - 1908). Her works, though few, were well received. She …

Two Diaries From Middle St. John's, Berkeley, South Carolina, February - May, 1…

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Susan R. Jervey


Two diaries from Middle St. John’s, Berkeley, South Carolina, February – May, 1865. Journals kept by Miss Susan R. Jervey and Miss Charlott…

Biographical Notice Of Nicolo Paganini With An Analysis Of His Compositions And…

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Francois-Joseph Fetis


Niccolò (or Nicolò) Paganini (1782 – 1840) was an Italian violinist, violist, guitarist, and composer. He was the most celebra…

The Last Three Soldiers

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William Henry Shelton


What if the Confederacy had won the American Civil War? It’s July 1864 and three oh-so-young Union troopers are assigned to a mountaintop in…

The Good Soldier; A Selection Of Soldiers' Letters, 1914-1918

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N. P. Dawson


“Here are boys, all sorts of boys: French, English, Italian, American… These are soldiers’ letters written home. But reading, one finds t…

A Fleet In Being; Notes Of Two Trips With The Channel Squadron

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Rudyard Kipling


[Kipling] became involved in the debate over the British response to the rise in German naval power known as the Tirpitz Plan to build a fle…

The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol

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William John Locke


This 1912 collection of short stories is of lighthearted adventures of an irresponsible -- and irrepressible -- Frenchman in England and Par…

The Private Soldier Under Washington

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Charles Knowles Bolton


Much was been written about the American Revolution, but our knowledge of the private solders of the patriot army is confined chiefly to Was…

Pep: The Story Of A Brave Dog

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Clarence Hawkes


This 1922 adventure story for youth and dog lovers will delight anyone with just a little suspension of disbelief. Sentimental and anthropom…

Tales Of English Minsters: Canterbury Cathedral Kent and Saint Paul's London

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Elizabeth W. Grierson


These simple stories of two of England’s greatest cathedrals were originally written for youth (1910) but adults will also enjoy them. St. …

The Egregious English

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T. W. H. Crosland


This 1903 book is a tongue-in-cheek send-up of English people and subjects. Within the humor (or humour), the listener may be surprised by s…

Contagion

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Katherine Maclean


Minos was such a lovely planet. Not a thing seemed wrong with it. Excepting the food, perhaps. And a disease that wasn't really. Originally…

A Surgeon In Arms

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Robert James Manion


Robert James Manion (1881-1943) was a Canadian doctor who volunteered in the Canadian medical corps during World War I. This book is his me…

Reminiscences Of A Workhouse Medical Officer

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Joseph Rogers


Joseph Rogers (1821-1889) was an English physician, medical officer, and health care reformer in London. The system of poor-law dispensarie…

Your United States: Impressions Of A First Visit

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Arnold Bennett


Enoch Arnold Bennett (1867 – 1931) was an English writer. He is best known as a novelist, but he also worked in other fields such as journal…

Sheriff Larrabee's Prisoner

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Max Brand


The stranger rode up in the pouring rain to the lonely ranch house. Before dawn he was riding quickly away. Who had killed old Mr. Benton?…

Myths and Legends of Alaska (version 2)

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Katharine Berry Judson


The myths in this 1911 volume are authentic. The original collections were made by government ethnologists. Only the quaintest and purest o…

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