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AKWESASNE

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The history of the division at Akwesasne.

AKWESASNE

Divided by more than the St. Lawrence River

Ernest R. Rugenstein

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Annie Garrow, a full-blooded Mohawk, was walking down a road she had walked down many times. With her were twenty-four dyed ash splint baskets. She was heading to Hogansburg, a small village in New York. She was still on the reservation, she had relatives that lived all around this part of Akwesasne, but she had crossed an invisible line. An act that would lead to the Supreme Court of the United States of America and change the perceptions of Mohawks had about government jurisdictions and their land.

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AKWESASNE

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The history of the division at Akwesasne.

AKWESASNE

Divided by more than the St. Lawrence River

Ernest R. Rugenstein

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Genres: History, Reference

Annie Garrow, a full-blooded Mohawk, was walking down a road she had walked down many times. With her were twenty-four dyed ash splint baskets. She was heading to Hogansburg, a small village in New York. She was still on the reservation, she had relatives that lived all around this part of Akwesasne, but she had crossed an invisible line. An act that would lead to the Supreme Court of the United States of America and change the perceptions of Mohawks had about government jurisdictions and their land.

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AKWESASNE

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The history of the division at Akwesasne.

AKWESASNE

Divided by more than the St. Lawrence River

Ernest R. Rugenstein

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Genres: History, Reference

Words: 60000

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Annie Garrow, a full-blooded Mohawk, was walking down a road she had walked down many times. With her were twenty-four dyed ash splint baskets. She was heading to Hogansburg, a small village in New York. She was still on the reservation, she had relatives that lived all around this part of Akwesasne, but she had crossed an invisible line. An act that would lead to the Supreme Court of the United States of America and change the perceptions of Mohawks had about government jurisdictions and their land.

The Shaman s Transformation

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The Shaman's Transformation

Norman W. Wilson

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What do you do when you are a wealthy, young, and handsome shaman healer beset with mysterious enemies who want you dead.

Adam is plunged into a lesson in knowledge, a path fraught with murderous intent. Who do so many people want to kill him? Who is threatened by his newly found shamanic powers? Why must Adam risk his life to learn his lessons?

Norman W Wilson, PhD is the author of The Shaman's Quest, Shamanism What It's All About, over 200 published articles as well as author and co-author of college texts in the humanities.

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The Shaman s Transformation

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The Shaman's Transformation

Norman W. Wilson

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What do you do when you are a wealthy, young, and handsome shaman healer beset with mysterious enemies who want you dead.

Adam is plunged into a lesson in knowledge, a path fraught with murderous intent. Who do so many people want to kill him? Who is threatened by his newly found shamanic powers? Why must Adam risk his life to learn his lessons?

Norman W Wilson, PhD is the author of The Shaman's Quest, Shamanism What It's All About, over 200 published articles as well as author and co-author of college texts in the humanities.

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The Shaman s Transformation

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The Shaman's Transformation

Norman W. Wilson

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What do you do when you are a wealthy, young, and handsome shaman healer beset with mysterious enemies who want you dead.

Adam is plunged into a lesson in knowledge, a path fraught with murderous intent. Who do so many people want to kill him? Who is threatened by his newly found shamanic powers? Why must Adam risk his life to learn his lessons?

Norman W Wilson, PhD is the author of The Shaman's Quest, Shamanism What It's All About, over 200 published articles as well as author and co-author of college texts in the humanities.

Decision at Antietam

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Decision at Antietam

Andrew J. Heller

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Genres: Historical Fiction, General Fiction

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Could the South have won the Civil War? This question has been asked and answered affirmatively dozens of times. But how likely was it, in reality? Now Andrew J. Heller (Gray Tide in the East) explores this fascinating subject using the tool of counterfactual analysis, instead of uninformed opinion, to look for an answer in Decision at Antietam. As always, Heller rests his arguments on solid research of the historical records and the works of reputable historians, both scholarly and popular, to which he adds his own imaginative, yet authentic, eyewitness accounts.

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Decision at Antietam

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Decision at Antietam

Andrew J. Heller

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Genres: Historical Fiction, General Fiction

Could the South have won the Civil War? This question has been asked and answered affirmatively dozens of times. But how likely was it, in reality? Now Andrew J. Heller (Gray Tide in the East) explores this fascinating subject using the tool of counterfactual analysis, instead of uninformed opinion, to look for an answer in Decision at Antietam. As always, Heller rests his arguments on solid research of the historical records and the works of reputable historians, both scholarly and popular, to which he adds his own imaginative, yet authentic, eyewitness accounts.

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Decision at Antietam

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Decision at Antietam

Andrew J. Heller

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Could the South have won the Civil War? This question has been asked and answered affirmatively dozens of times. But how likely was it, in reality? Now Andrew J. Heller (Gray Tide in the East) explores this fascinating subject using the tool of counterfactual analysis, instead of uninformed opinion, to look for an answer in Decision at Antietam. As always, Heller rests his arguments on solid research of the historical records and the works of reputable historians, both scholarly and popular, to which he adds his own imaginative, yet authentic, eyewitness accounts.

Dixieland

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A what-if story

Dixieland

Edward Leech

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This is a “what if”, a work of fiction centred upon that conflict known as The American Civil War – a conflict that should be more correctly called The War of Secession. Using real people and real incidents it sets about rewriting history.

The story follows the efforts of the hero, James Neil Berkeley, a plantation owner from Virginia, who in the decade before the war sets about giving the Southern States a better chance to fight for their liberty, if they ever need to do so.

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Dixieland

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A what-if story

Dixieland

Edward Leech

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Genres: Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction

This is a “what if”, a work of fiction centred upon that conflict known as The American Civil War – a conflict that should be more correctly called The War of Secession. Using real people and real incidents it sets about rewriting history.

The story follows the efforts of the hero, James Neil Berkeley, a plantation owner from Virginia, who in the decade before the war sets about giving the Southern States a better chance to fight for their liberty, if they ever need to do so.

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Dixieland

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A what-if story

Dixieland

Edward Leech

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Genres: Historical Fiction, Historical Fiction

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This is a “what if”, a work of fiction centred upon that conflict known as The American Civil War – a conflict that should be more correctly called The War of Secession. Using real people and real incidents it sets about rewriting history.

The story follows the efforts of the hero, James Neil Berkeley, a plantation owner from Virginia, who in the decade before the war sets about giving the Southern States a better chance to fight for their liberty, if they ever need to do so.

Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

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He lost his kingdom, his crown and his head - now he is back to tell his story!

Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

The story of Charles Stuart, King Charles 1st of England as told by himself

Dorothy Davies

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Charles I is one of those enigmatic monarchs whose life story never fails to fascinate historians and readers alike. But, like so many historical figures, mention his name to most people and they will remember so few things about him: in this case, that he caused a Civil War; was held prisoner in Carisbrooke Castle, was tried as a traitor and beheaded.

Charles came to Dorothy Davies in January 2006.

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Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

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He lost his kingdom, his crown and his head - now he is back to tell his story!

Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

The story of Charles Stuart, King Charles 1st of England as told by himself

Dorothy Davies

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Genres: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works

Charles I is one of those enigmatic monarchs whose life story never fails to fascinate historians and readers alike. But, like so many historical figures, mention his name to most people and they will remember so few things about him: in this case, that he caused a Civil War; was held prisoner in Carisbrooke Castle, was tried as a traitor and beheaded.

Charles came to Dorothy Davies in January 2006.

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Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

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He lost his kingdom, his crown and his head - now he is back to tell his story!

Fools and Kings and Fighting Men

The story of Charles Stuart, King Charles 1st of England as told by himself

Dorothy Davies

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Genres: Channelled Biographies, Channelled Works

Words: 81600

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Charles I is one of those enigmatic monarchs whose life story never fails to fascinate historians and readers alike. But, like so many historical figures, mention his name to most people and they will remember so few things about him: in this case, that he caused a Civil War; was held prisoner in Carisbrooke Castle, was tried as a traitor and beheaded.

Charles came to Dorothy Davies in January 2006.

Ride, Iry, Ride!

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Lincoln Never Murdered ... U.S. Doesn't Fight in WW I

Ride, Iry, Ride!

David A. Laibow

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Lincoln was never murdered, and the U.S. never fought in WWI ... and Germany has the atomic bomb! Iry Atherton fights for freedom in the Civil War, and becomes America's longest-serving soldier! A must read for alternative history buffs who take it with a twist!

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Ride, Iry, Ride!

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Lincoln Never Murdered ... U.S. Doesn't Fight in WW I

Ride, Iry, Ride!

David A. Laibow

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Genres: Historical Fiction, General Fiction

Lincoln was never murdered, and the U.S. never fought in WWI ... and Germany has the atomic bomb! Iry Atherton fights for freedom in the Civil War, and becomes America's longest-serving soldier! A must read for alternative history buffs who take it with a twist!

Words: 75000

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Ride, Iry, Ride!

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Lincoln Never Murdered ... U.S. Doesn't Fight in WW I

Ride, Iry, Ride!

David A. Laibow

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Genres: Historical Fiction, General Fiction

Words: 75000

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Lincoln was never murdered, and the U.S. never fought in WWI ... and Germany has the atomic bomb! Iry Atherton fights for freedom in the Civil War, and becomes America's longest-serving soldier! A must read for alternative history buffs who take it with a twist!


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