Book The Forgotten Emancipator

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  • Author : Rebecca E. Zietlow
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 2018
  • ISBN : 1107095271
  • Pages : 217 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Emancipator PDF, written by Rebecca E. Zietlow and published by Cambridge University Press. This book was released on 2018 with total page 217 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Zietlow explores the ideological origins of Reconstruction and the constitutional changes in this era through the life of James Mitchell Ashley.

Book The Forgotten Summer

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  • Author : Carol Drinkwater
  • Publisher : Penguin UK
  • Release : 2016-02-11
  • ISBN : 1405924152
  • Pages : 432 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Summer PDF, written by Carol Drinkwater and published by Penguin UK. This book was released on 2016-02-11 with total page 432 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 'Lovely, mouth-watering, page-turning. Packed with the sunshine, scents and savours of the South of France. Enough to make you rush straight to the Eurostar' Daily Mail The grape harvest at the Cambon family's magnificent Provencal vineyard is always a cause for celebration. But not this year. When the crop is accidentally destroyed, leaving the estate facing ruin, Clarisse Cambon knows exactly who to blame - her English daughter-in-law Jane. It's just the latest incident in a decades-long feud that has left Jane feeling like an uninvited guest in her husband Luc's family. But when tragedy strikes and Jane uncovers a shocking secret at the family's heart she wonders if she ever really knew any of the Cambons, especially her husband, at all. Now she is left with a terrible choice - walk away and see everything the Cambons believe in fall apart, or stay to expose the truth and risk being caught in the storm? 'Secrets, tragedy, hidden pasts and family secrets all set in glorious Provence - I loved this' Santa Montefiore 'This atmospheric read will whisk you straight to the South of France as you become immersed in the tale of secrets and heartbreak' Marie Claire If you loved The Forgotten Summer, don't miss Carol's new novel The Lost Girl, available now

Book The Forgotten Soldier

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  • Author : Guy Sajer
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 2013-04-11
  • ISBN : 1780226284
  • Pages : 560 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Soldier PDF, written by Guy Sajer and published by Hachette UK. This book was released on 2013-04-11 with total page 560 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: An international bestseller, this is a German soldier's first-hand account of life on Russian front during the second half of the Second World War. When Guy Sajer joins the infantry full of ideals in the summer of 1942, the German army is enjoying unparalleled success in Russia. However, he quickly finds that for the foot soldier the glory of military success hides a much harsher reality of hunger, fatigue and constant deprivation. Posted to the crack Grosse Deutschland division, with its sadistic instructors who shoot down those who fail to make the grade, he enters a violent and remorseless world where all youthful hope is gradually ground down, and all that matters is the brute will to survive. As the biting cold of the Russian winter sets in, and the tide begins to turn against the Germans, life becomes an endless round of pounding artillery attacks and vicious combat against a relentless and merciless Red Army. A book of stunning force, this is an unforgettable reminder of the horrors of war.

Book The Forgotten Man  and Other Essays

Download or read The Forgotten Man and Other Essays PDF, written by William Graham Sumner and published by DigiCat. This book was released on 2022-06-03 with total page 429 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "The Forgotten Man, and Other Essays" discusses the man who obeys all the laws of the land, works very hard to support his family, and complains very little. He already follows the rules and does not need any law to persuade him. It talks about the people, unions, and working men and how they contribute to society.

Book The Forgotten Sister

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  • Author : Judy Summers
  • Publisher : Welbeck Publishing Group
  • Release : 2021-07-08
  • ISBN : 1787396916
  • Pages : 448 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Sister PDF, written by Judy Summers and published by Welbeck Publishing Group. This book was released on 2021-07-08 with total page 448 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Abandoned and alone, can she find new hope? Liverpool, 1848. Meg Shaw is the middle child of eight siblings, not quite old enough to bring in a wage to help her struggling family, but not young enough to be a babe to be cared for. When the family realise they can't feed all the children, Meg makes a choice. She volunteers to go to the workhouse for one season, and she'll take her little sister, Rosie, with her. As long as they are together, they can make it through. But the moment they enter the workhouse, Meg and Rosie are separated. Abandoned and alone, Meg is determined to make it through, and soon finds herself surrounded by a new family of vulnerable girls in need of protection and love. Meg does all she can for her new sisters, but when a season passes and no one comes for her or Rosie, can she find a way to keep them all safe?

Book The Forgotten Foundations of Fundraising

Download or read The Forgotten Foundations of Fundraising PDF, written by Jeremy Beer and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2019-03-19 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: An entertaining, informative, and eminently useful guide that draws on psychology, data, and real-world experience to explain what really drives successful fundraising. In The Forgotten Foundations of Fundraising, Jeremy Beer and Jeff Cain, cofounders of American Philanthropic, a leading consulting firm for nonprofit organizations, offer practical lessons and unconventional wisdom for both nonprofit leaders and novices in the art and science of raising money. Drawing upon a wealth of experience, deploying an army of anecdotes, and using eye-opening American Philanthropic survey data, the authors provide a brisk, irreverent, and supremely useful introduction to fundraising for charities and nonprofits. The book explains the hows and whys of a variety of fundraising techniques, from direct mail to planned giving programs. It explores the benefits and pitfalls of prospect research, the keys to donor retention, and the essential elements of a healthy nonprofit culture. It gives insightful advice on making personal meetings count, soliciting foundations, and training young fundraisers. And it does so with sprightly prose and sharp observations. You'll never read another fundraising book quite like this one. Expertly deflating the pretensions of those who would make fundraising a bureaucratic and esoteric profession, Beer and Cain elucidate the practical knowledge and relationship skills that still matter more than anything else. They make an impassioned plea for the importance of civil society to American democracy and build a compelling case for fundraising as an honorable component of a healthy civic culture. Philanthropy is not about bottom lines and return on investment—successful fundraisers provide a platform for donors to affirm their ideals, values, and morals. Fundraising is serious, but learning about it needn’t be a chore. The Forgotten Foundations of Fundraising is at once eminently practical and absolutely delightful.

Book The Forgotten Americans

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  • Author : Isabel Sawhill
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release : 2018-01-01
  • ISBN : 0300230362
  • Pages : 268 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Americans PDF, written by Isabel Sawhill and published by Yale University Press. This book was released on 2018-01-01 with total page 268 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A sobering account of a disenfranchised American working class and important policy solutions to the nation's economic inequalities One of the country's leading scholars on economics and social policy, Isabel Sawhill addresses the enormous divisions in American society--economic, cultural, and political--and what might be done to bridge them. Widening inequality and the loss of jobs to trade and technology has left a significant portion of the American workforce disenfranchised and skeptical of governments and corporations alike. And yet both have a role to play in improving the country for all. Sawhill argues for a policy agenda based on mainstream values, such as family, education, and work. Although many have lost faith in government programs designed to help them, there are still trusted institutions on both the local and the federal level that can deliver better job opportunities and higher wages to those who have been left behind. At the same time, the private sector needs to reexamine how it trains and rewards employees. This book provides a clear-headed and middle-way path to a better-functioning society in which personal responsibility is honored and inclusive capitalism and more broadly shared growth are once more the norm.

Book The Forgotten Trade

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  • Author : Nigel Tattersfield
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 2011-05-31
  • ISBN : 1446475670
  • Pages : 480 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Trade PDF, written by Nigel Tattersfield and published by Random House. This book was released on 2011-05-31 with total page 480 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: `I pray people will read this richly detailed and absorbing book, with its vivid renaissance of a matter most of us English seem to have wished into oblivion. ' John Fowles Meticulously kept by Walter Prideaux, the log of the Daniel and Henry provides an astonishing record of a trading venture in the year 1700. Two years earlier, the Guinea trade had been prised loose by an Act of Parliament from the monopoly of the Royal African Company, and respectable burghers in a dozen small provincial ports seized what they saw as an opportunity for quick rewards from the slave trade. Few of these merchants knew anything of trading in Africa, nor of the unscrupulous tribalchiefs who readily offered men, women and children in hard bargaining for beads, alcohol, weapons and gunpowder. In the second part of this book, Tattersfield went in search of long-forgotten documents to chart how small provincial ports fared both economically and morally in the early years of slave trading.

Book The Forgotten Books of Eden

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  • Author : Jr. Rutherford H. Platt
  • Publisher : Book Tree
  • Release : 2006-08-30
  • ISBN : 1585092703
  • Pages : 282 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Books of Eden PDF, written by Jr. Rutherford H. Platt and published by Book Tree. This book was released on 2006-08-30 with total page 282 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Reprint of the 1927 edition published by Alpha House, New York.

Book The Forgotten Children

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  • Author : Isabella Muir
  • Publisher : Outset Publishing
  • Release : 2018-11-30
  • ISBN : 1872889174
  • Pages : 251 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Children PDF, written by Isabella Muir and published by Outset Publishing. This book was released on 2018-11-30 with total page 251 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A woman’s search to find her son uncovers the shocking truth about one of Britain’s darkest periods Struggling with the demons of her past, Emily is a children’s author with a dark secret, and a guilt that threatens to consume her. For twenty years she has lived in Brighton, England, trying to forget the day they took her baby from her, just hours after he was born. But now, in the summer of 1987, she decides to begin the search for her son. Emily takes refuge in a small town on the Isle of Anglesey to plan the search, where she meets Walter, a gentle stranger, who helps her with his words of wisdom and kindness. But it is when she decides to return home to Hastings, that she really has to face her demons. Estranged from her parents when she was just sixteen, Emily is shocked by what her mother has to tell her about events that occurred before Emily was even born. Beside her, throughout her search, is Emily’s beautiful Irish friend, Geraldine, recovering from her own sad experiences. Together they uncover a truth that shocks them all. The Forgotten Children draws the reader into lives affected by narrow-minded beliefs and blinkered thinking at the highest level. Children who weren’t allowed to be born, children who were abandoned, and children who were taken, forced to lead a life thousands of miles away from everyone and everything they knew – leaving scars that may never heal. At its heart, The Forgotten Children is a story of survival, but the journey that Emily has to take is painful. Even more so because she knows it was allowed to happen by individuals, religions and governments, who should have known better. For more information about Isabella Muir’s full range of novels, visit:

Book The Forgotten Legion

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  • Author : Ben Kane
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 2008-09-04
  • ISBN : 1409025012
  • Pages : 672 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Legion PDF, written by Ben Kane and published by Random House. This book was released on 2008-09-04 with total page 672 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Forgotten Legion - fighting for honour, freedom and revenge Romulus and Fabiola are twins, born into slavery after their mother is raped by a drunken nobleman. At thirteen years old they are sold - Romulus to gladiator school, Fabiola into prostitution, where she will catch the eye of one of the most powerful men in Rome. Tarquinius is an Etruscan, a warrior and soothsayer, born enemy of Rome, but doomed to fight for the Republic in the Forgotten Legion. Brennus is a Gaul, his entire family killed by the Romans, and he rises to become one of the most famous and feared gladiators of his day. The lives of these characters are bound and interwoven in an odyssey which begins in a Rome riven by political corruption and violence, but ends far away, at the very border of the known world, where the tattered remnants of a once-huge Roman army - the Forgotten Legion - will fight against overwhelming odds, and the three men will meet their destiny. Ben Kane was born in Kenya and raised there and in Ireland. He studied veterinary medicine at University College Dublin but after that he travelled the world extensively, indulging his passion for ancient history. Now he lives in North Somerset, where he researches, writes and practices as a small animal vet. The Forgotten Legion, born of a lifelong fascination with military history in general, and Roman history in particular, is his first novel. For more information please visit

Book The Forgotten Memories of the Blue Soldiers

Download or read The Forgotten Memories of the Blue Soldiers PDF, written by Leo P. LePage Jr. and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2014-02-07 with total page 283 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The experiences of 25 years as a city police officer will give the reader a broad spectrum of what kind of police work took place in the years of 1960's and 70's.

Book Montana   s Waldron Creek Fire  The 1931 Tragedy and the Forgotten Five

Download or read Montana s Waldron Creek Fire The 1931 Tragedy and the Forgotten Five PDF, written by Dr. Charles Palmer and published by Arcadia Publishing. This book was released on 2015 with total page 176 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "On August 25, 1931, five men died fighting the devastating Waldron Creek Fire west of Choteau, Montana. Lacking training and preparation, Herbert Novotny, Frank Williamson, Hjalmer G. Gunnarson, Ted Bierchen and Charles Allen dashed into the flames and never stood a chance....National Smokejumper Association chief historian Dr. Charles Palmer shines a light on this important story, finally honoring the heroic sacrifice that led to critical changes in wildland firefighting."--Back cover.

Book The Forgotten Choice

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  • Author : Brenda Bence
  • Publisher : Global Insight Communications, LLC
  • Release : 2021-01-02
  • ISBN : 1942718071
  • Pages : 177 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Choice PDF, written by Brenda Bence and published by Global Insight Communications, LLC. This book was released on 2021-01-02 with total page 177 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: "Enlightening, inspirational, and self-empowering advice... riveting..." -Kirkus Reviews "One of the best mindset books around for redirecting your perspective on life, creating what you want, and being happy with what you have. Brenda Bence's warm, comforting writing style is crisp, trustworthy and spot-on, resulting in a rapid, easy read." -BlueInk Starred Review "The Forgotten Choice is more than a self-help book. It will help the reader live life on their own terms, craft their present and future, and make sure their life is what they want it to be." -Reader's Favorite 5-star Review ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What if remembering one simple choice is all it takes to lead the life you want? In The Forgotten Choice: Shift Your Inner Mindset, Shape Your Outer World, global leadership coach and motivational author Brenda Bence reminds you of a little-known decision you make every moment that either holds you back or opens doors to unlimited possibility. In this groundbreaking mindset book, Brenda opens up about how her life transformed dramatically once she started remembering this choice. She then shared her discovery with friends, family, employees, and eventually with coaching clients and thousands of audience members around the world--resulting in incredible outcomes for people from all walks of life. Now, she makes this same, proven wisdom available to you in this powerful, step-by-step book that will change your mindset and motivate you to change your life. Using Brenda's simple and practical approach, you will learn how to... shift yourself easily out of a negative mindset face the unknown with a sense of excitement and adventure get over self-limiting beliefs, reframe your mindset, and feel more in charge of your future master a simple mindset shift to get what you want in relationships, work, finances, health, and beyond Packed with real-life examples, The Forgotten Choice provides a practical yet inspiring approach to understanding how one simple choice can help you make positive and sustainable changes in your life and work. You'll learn how you really can have a more fulfilling life--and it's far easier than you might imagine. Here are just a couple of case studies of how The Forgotten Choice has made a positive impact on readers: "As I read this great mindset book, I began to notice the truth of its message in just about every one of my thoughts and actions. I found myself not only reading The Forgotten Choice but practicing it on a daily basis. Out of the blue one evening, using the mindset development tools from this book, I discovered I was able to dramatically break a negative thinking cycle and transform my state of mind--in an instant! Since then, to my profound delight, I have felt in control of areas of my life that I have always felt were out of my control. As a result, I now act more bravely, live more authentically and am carving out the path that finally feels right!"-- M. P. "Reading The Forgotten Choice and realizing the power we hold within has been a transformational experience for me, with significant positive impact in my life. First, I've seen phenomenal outcomes from my new team at work, thanks to my belief that they are experts at their jobs. Second, I've been battling a chronic physical condition and have been addressing it through lifestyle changes rather than relying on medication. Some months are great but during stressful months, I do see a relapse of symptoms. Thanks to The Forgotten Choice, I started to see that the relapses are related to the conversations I have with myself. I stopped negative thinking patterns and changed negative core beliefs about myself. Now, I see my condition improving every month!"-- D. J.

Book The Forgotten Mission   A World War II Cold Case Mystery

Download or read The Forgotten Mission A World War II Cold Case Mystery PDF, written by Gus Leodas and published by Amazon/CreateSpace/Gus Leodas. This book was released on 2014-08-14 with total page 261 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:

Book The Forgotten Presidents

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  • Author : Michael J. Gerhardt
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 2013-03-01
  • ISBN : 0199967814
  • Pages : 336 pages

Download or read The Forgotten Presidents PDF, written by Michael J. Gerhardt and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2013-03-01 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Their names linger in memory mainly as punch lines, synonyms for obscurity: Millard Fillmore, Chester Arthur, Calvin Coolidge. They conjure up not the White House so much as a decaying middle school somewhere in New Jersey. But many forgotten presidents, writes Michael J. Gerhardt, were not weak or ineffective. They boldly fought battles over constitutional principles that resonate today. Gerhardt, one of our leading legal experts, tells the story of The Forgotten Presidents. He surveys thirteen administrations in chronological order, from Martin Van Buren to Franklin Pierce to Jimmy Carter, distinguishing political failures from their constitutional impact. Again and again, he writes, they defied popular opinion to take strong stands. Martin Van Buren reacted to an economic depression by withdrawing federal funds from state banks in an attempt to establish the controversial independent treasury system. His objective was to shrink the federal role in the economy, but also to consolidate his power to act independently as president. Prosperity did not return, and he left office under the shadow of failure. Grover Cleveland radically changed his approach in his second (non-consecutive) term. Previously he had held back from interference with lawmakers; on his return to office, he aggressively used presidential power to bend Congress to his will. Now seen as an asterisk, Cleveland consolidated presidential authority over appointments, removals, vetoes, foreign affairs, legislation, and more. Jimmy Carter, too, proves surprisingly significant. In two debt-ceiling crises and battles over the Panama Canal treaty, affirmative action, and the First Amendment, he demonstrated how the presidency's inherent capacity for efficiency and energy gives it an advantage in battles with Congress, regardless of popularity. Gerhardt explains the many things these and ten other presidents have in common that explain why, in spite of any of their excesses, they have become forgotten chief executives. Incisive, myth-shattering, and compellingly written, this book shows how even obscure presidents championed the White House's prerogatives and altered the way we interpret the Constitution.

Book The Forgotten Alien Warriors  Books 1 6

Download or read The Forgotten Alien Warriors Books 1 6 PDF, written by Carly Fall and published by Carly Fall LLC. This book was released on 2020-01-01 with total page 1602 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: They never expected the danger and trouble they’d meet from both humans and their own kind. But maybe they can discover happiness on Earth… if they find love. Dive into this award-winning, sexy alien series today! INCLUDES: THE LIGHT WITHIN ME FINDING FAITH REBORN DESTINY'S SHIFT TANGLED FATES THE DREAM WALKER