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English Quilting Old and New - With Notes on Its West Country Tradition

by Elizabeth Hake

This early manual is thoroughly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of all sewing enthusiasts. A concise and detailed study of the art of quilt making accompanied by helpful diagrams. Contents Include:...


Life in a Tank

by Richard Haigh

This book contains a fascinating and thrilling account of life in a tank during World War I, and provides first hand experiences of people in the early tank service, where they came from, and how they performed....


The Epic of Korea

by A. Wigfall Green

A fascinating history of the Korean peninsula. From its earliest populated human origins up until the present day.


Magic Without Apparatus - A Treatise on the Principles, Old and New, of Sleight-Of-Hand with Cards, Coins, Billiard Balls, and Thimbles

by Camille Gaultier

This book is the translation of the greatest book on pure sleight-of-hand ever published. Contains chapters on : Cards, Coins, Billiard Balls, and Thimbles and each includes sections on sleights and tricks....


The Case of the Perjured Parrot

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Another case for Perry Mason and his usual team - Della Street, his secretary, and Paul Drake, a detective that Mason uses for gathering information on cases. This one concerns the murder of a wealthy industrialist...


For Pacifists

by M. K. Gandhi

A world changing book written by the father of modern India, the man known to the world as Gandhi. Beating the colonial British out of India with his policy of non-aggression. This book is of huge importance...


The Old English Farming Books from Fitzherbert to Tull 1523 to 1730

by G. E. Fussell

This book is a historical view of the Old English Farming Books. From the first published, 'Boke of Husbondrye' by Fitzherbert in 1523 to Tull's later published 'Horse Hoeing Husbandry' in 1731. Chapters include:...


Leaders, Dreamers and Rebels - An Account of the Great Mass-Movements of History and of the Wish-Dreams That Inspired Them

by Rene Fulop-Miller

Historical happenings are rooted in dreams no less than in the material and the ideal; and it is through dreams alone that both bodily need and philosophical cognition acquire that magical power which enables...


Julius Rosenwald Fund 1917-1936

by Edwin R. Embree

A history of one of the most successful charities in American history, set up by millionaire Julius Rosenwald to help educate African-Americans in the southern states.


The Cheyenne, Vol. I and Vol. II

by George Amos Dorsey

George Amos Dorsey was an U.S. ethnographer of Indigenous peoples of the Americas, with a special focus on Caddoan and Siouan tribes. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Denison University in 1888, then...


George Armstrong Custer

by Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh

Custer holds a unique place in American military history, a hero and villain in equal measure, famous for what was seen as a heroic defeat but was in fact a huge miscalculation by a poor leader. This is a perfect...


A Study of Recent Earthquakes

by Charles Davison

This book provides brief but detailed accounts of individual, important earthquakes that have occurred during the last half century. The earthquake's importance has been judged by the scientific value of the...


One Hundred Great Years - The Story of the Times Picayune from Its Founding to 1940

by Thomas Ewing Dabney

The Times-Picayune was a newspaper published in New Orleans, USA, established in 1837. This work is a result of five years research into not only every issue of the Times-Picayune but the history of the community,...


Japan's Dream of World Empire - The Tanaka Memorial

by Carl Crow

Carl Crow arrived in Shanghai in 1911 and made the city his home for a quarter of a century, working there as a journalist, newspaper proprietor, and groundbreaking ad-man. He also did stints as a hostage negotiator,...


The Book of the Springfield - A Textbook Covering All the Various Military and Sporting Rifles Chambered for the Caliber .30 Model 1906 Cartridge; The

by Edward C. Crossman

The Book of the Springfield' is a textbook covering the most accurate military and target rifle in the world at the time. Which was the most popular rifle that ever fell into the hands of the civilian rifleman....


The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' (originally The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere) is the longest major poem by the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, written in 1797-98 and published in 1798 in the first edition...


The Legends of the Iroquois, Told by the Cornplanter

by William W. Canfield

The Legends Of The Iroquois, Told By The Cornplanter. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing...


The Great Adventure of Panama - Wherein Are Exposed Its Relation to the Great War and Also the Luminous Traces of the German Conspiracies Against Fran

by Philippe Bunau-Varilla

Panama was a vital link in the global supply chain by the early 20th century and this led to it becoming a very serious player in global politics.


Thy Son Liveth, Messages from a Soldier to His Mother

by Grace Duffie Boylan

Grace Duffie Boylan was an American writer. 'Thy Son Liveth: Messages From A Soldier To His Mother' first appeared in 1918 anonymously. It is her account of what her son communicated to her about death using...


Hellenism

by Norman De Mattos Bentwich

A fascinating insight into the spread of Greek culture that went with the invasion forces of Alexander the great as he invaded and captured the countries of the middle east.