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Lady Baltimore is the classic novel of post-Civil War Charleston life, in the process of healing the wounds of war through the reconciliation of Northerners and Southerners.
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By: Edward A Jones
On July 18, 1936, a fascist-led counter-revolutionary army revolt began against the five-year-old Spanish Republic and the coalition of various centrist and progressive parties that had been popularly elected five months before. The coalition was called the Popular Front and included the Communist Party of Spain.
The revolt received crucial logistical and material support from fascist regimes i...
By: Isabella Lucy Bird
Did you ever wonder what life was like in America pre-civil war? Isabella Bird is a young Englishwoman traveling in the north-eastern United States and Canada in the 1850s. The book is packed with information - every detail of life, traveling, education, industry, medicine, shopping, entertainment, etc. It is written almost textbook style - no character development - she barely mentions traveling ...
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