Dublin

Author: Scott Thompson
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738505909
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At the dawn of the twentieth century, Dublin, Georgia, was transformed from a violent and lawless community into one of the state's fastest growing, most prosperous and cultivated cities. The coming of the railroad, the prohibition of liquor sales, and evolving industries all played a part in escorting Dublin into this "Golden Era," a period of unparalleled expansion and exuberance. With over two hundred historic photographs, Dublin: The Emerald City takes the reader on a journey into Dublin's storied past, tracing the major events that gave Dublin its sense of community and restored pride in its residents following years of turmoil. Included are images of the town's early homes, businesses, churches, and schools, as well as local festivals, fairs, and sports teams. Although the town's Golden Era came to an untimely end with the invasion of the boll weevil, the influenza epidemic of 1918, and the devastation of lives lost during the First World War, Dublin is still a spirited community, growing and changing with the times while reflecting upon a colorful history.

Irish American Chronicle

Author: Thomas J. Fleming
Editor: Publications International
ISBN: 9781412715362
Size: 15,76 MB
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Foreword by renowned Irish American actress Maureen O'Hara. This is 1 of 3 newest books in the acclaimed Legacy Chronicle series, each with more than 900-1000 extraordinary photos of personalities, events, artifacts, and more, plus compelling articles, captions, sidebar, eyewitness accounts and exclusive time line of events. This is a definitive account of beleaguered immigrants and descendants who rose to prominence and contributed mightily to the American saga.

Bush S Wars

Author: Terry H. Anderson
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199831883
Size: 16,48 MB
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From journalistic accounts like Fiasco and Imperial Life in the Emerald City to insider memoirs like Jawbreaker and Three Cups of Tea , the books about America's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could fill a library. But each explores a narrow slice of a whole: two wars launched by a single president as part of a single foreign policy. Now noted historian Terry H. Anderson examines them together, in a single comprehensive overview. Shortly after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush told advisor Karl Rove, "I am here for a reason, and this is how we're going to be judged." Anderson provides this judgment in this sweeping, authoritative account of Bush's War on Terror and his twin interventions. He begins with historical surveys of Iraq and Afghanistan known respectively as "the improbable country" and "the graveyard of empires," and he examines U.S. policies toward those and other nations in the Middle East from the 1970s to 2000s. Then Anderson focuses on the Bush Administration, carrying us through such events as the terrorist's attacks of 9/11, the invasion of Afghanistan and the siege of Tora Bora, the "Axis of Evil" speech, the invasion of Iraq and capture of Baghdad, and the eruption of insurgency in Iraq. He ranges from RPGs slamming into Abrams tanks to cabinet meetings, vividly portraying both soldiers in the field and such policymakers as Dick Cheney and Condoleezza Rice. Anderson describes the counter-insurgency strategy embodied by the "surge" in Iraq, and the simultaneous revival of the Taliban. He concludes with an assessment of the prosecution of the wars in the first years of Barack Obama's presidency. Carefully researched and briskly narrated, Bush's Wars provides the single-volume, balanced history that we have been waiting for.

Ireland

Author: Samantha Bowser
Editor: Welcome Books
ISBN: 1599621258
Size: 11,49 MB
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"With a keen visual sensibility, photographer Jay Ben Adlersberg captures the tiniest details and the most magnificent vistas that make Ireland one of the world's loveliest places to travel--or to call home. The rich color images collected in this volume weave together Paleolithic monuments, medieval castles, quiet fishing villages, and bustling cities into one incredible portrait. Here too, is a journey through Ireland's history, accompanied by its greatest novelists, poets, and essayists. Thirty evocative Irish texts have been carefully selected to accompany Adlersberg's images, including the dramatic words of James Joyce, the humorous boyhood memories of Frank McCourt, the celebration of natural beauty in the poetry of W.B. Yeats, and the folk tales of Douglas Hyde"--

American Book Publishing Record

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Long Way Home

Author: Bill Barich
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1510732489
Size: 13,89 MB
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“We do not take a trip; a trip takes us,” John Steinbeck noted in his 1962 classic, Travels with Charley. In 2008, Bill Barich decided to explore the mood of the United States as Steinbeck had done almost a half century before. He set off on a 5,943 mile cross-country drive from New York to his old hometown of San Francisco on Route 50, a road twisting through the American heartland. Long Way Home is the stunning result of his pilgrimage. From the Eastern Shore of Maryland to the spectacular landscape of Moab, Utah, to Steinbeck’s own Salinas Valley, the book is filled with memorable encounters and rich in history and local color; a truthful, inspired account of a once-in-a-lifetime trip. It offers an incisive portrait of a nation divided and the grassroots dissatisfaction that ultimately catapulted Donald Trump into the White House. From the Eastern Shore of Maryland to the spectacular landscape of Moab, Utah, to Steinbeck's own Salinas Valley, filled with memorable encounters and redolent with history and local color, Long Way Home is a truthful, inspiring account of the country at a social and political crossroad.

Australian Speculative Fiction

Author: Donna Maree Hanson
Editor:
ISBN: 9780975721704
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Words Of Knowledge Made Easy

Author: Scott Thompson
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781495259623
Size: 17,32 MB
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Scott Thompson speaks at conferences across the globe. He has trained and equipped tens of thousands of people to operate in the gift of Words of Knowledge. In this simple manual, he brings his training to you. Inside, you'll discover: -What exactly is a Word of Knowledge? -Learn different ways God communicates to you. -Read powerful testimonies of those who've been trained in the gift. -There are 4 different activations that equip you in the gift. Each one builds from the last as you go. By the time you finish all the activations, you will have seen God touch people in powerful ways as He reveals His love to them through the gift of Words of Knowlegde. Plus! This manual contains note space inside for you to journal your own experience in being activated in Words of Knowledge and the testimonies you'll gain from using the gift.

The Emerald Lie

Author: Ken Bruen
Editor: Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
ISBN: 0802189695
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Ken Bruen, the “Godfather of the modern Irish crime novel” (Irish Independent), is beloved for his black humor, verse-like prose, and irascible protagonist Jack Taylor, an ex-cop who is as addicted to trouble as he is to Jameson, pills, and pop culture. In The Emerald Lie, the latest terror to be visited upon the dark Galway streets arrives in a most unusual form: a Cambridge graduate who becomes murderous over split infinitives, dangling modifiers, and any other sign of bad grammar. Meanwhile, Jack is approached by a grieving father with a pocketful of cash on offer if Jack will help exact revenge on those responsible for his daughter’s brutal rape and murder. Though hesitant to get involved, Jack agrees to get a read on the likely perpetrators. But Jack is soon derailed by the reappearance of Emily (previous alias: Emerald), the chameleon-like young woman who joined forces with Jack to take down her pedophile father in Green Hell and who remains passionate, clever, and utterly homicidal. She will use any sort of coercion to get Jack to conspire with her against the serial killer the Garda have nicknamed “the Grammarian,” but her most destructive obsession just might be Jack himself.

Moon Living Abroad In Ireland

Author: Christina McDonald
Editor: Avalon Travel Pub
ISBN: 9781612381817
Size: 14,18 MB
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Provides information on leaving the United States for life in Ireland, including arranging visas, finance, employment, and healthcare, along with practical advice for living on the island and acclimatizing to the culture.