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Author: Janet Choplick
Publisher: book series: Janet Choplick
Keywords: return, sarah, chronicle, town, small
Number of Pages: 17
Published: 2010
ISBN-10: 1448955084
ISBN-13: 9781448955084

Welcome to Milroy, a true small-town where history and friendships grow strong. In the first of this series, Sarah has been gone a long while living in a big city. She returns to breathe new life into the old Malacourts and start a new life with her children. Sarah is reunited with her childhood sweetheart Johnny Hanover and romance is in the air. Sarah rediscovers childhood friends and the way a small town works. Sarah will need to rediscover where she belongs and who she is. But every small town has secrets and Milroy is no exception. Someone is not happy Sarah has returned and she soon real

Author: Bobby Phillips
Publisher: College Prowler
Keywords: record, college, lawrence, sarah
Number of Pages: 108
Published: 2011-03-15
ISBN-10: 142740562X
ISBN-13: 9781427405623

College guides written by students for students.Sarah Lawrence College Students Tell It Like It IsThis insider guide to Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY, features more than 160 pages of in-depth information, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Written by a student at Sarah Lawrence, this guidebook gives you the inside scoop on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan. Read both the good and the bad and discover if SLC is right for you.One of nearly 500 College Prowler guides, this Sarah

Author: Sarah Tyson Rorer
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: sick, diet, rorer, mrs
Number of Pages: 562
Published: 2001-01-01
ISBN-10: 1429010924
ISBN-13: 9781429010924

This 1914 work by famed cooking teacher Sarah Rorer is a comprehensive source of information and recipes for using diet to treat and prevent disease and preserve health.

Author: Sarah Kemble Knight
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: knight, madam, journal
Number of Pages: 93
Published: 1992-02-01
ISBN-10: 1557091153
ISBN-13: 9781557091154

A diary kept in 1704 by Sarah Kemble Knight on her hazardous round-trip journey from Boston to New York. Filled with witty comments on the manner of the people Madam Knight encountered, the lack of suitable accommodations, and the geography of early New England.

Author: Sarah Wilkinson
Publisher: Zittaw Press
Keywords: mystery, child, abbey, lanmere, spectre
Number of Pages: 362
Published: 2007-05
ISBN-10: 0979587115
ISBN-13: 9780979587115

This Zittaw edition brings together two of Sarah Wilkinson's forgotten novels: The Spectre of Lanmere Abbey and The Child of Mystery. Though long forgotten and marginalized as a purveyor of literary rubbish, Sarah Wilkinson's work nevertheless belongs to that body of work which is representative of female authors in the 19th century. The Spectre of Lanmere Abbey and The Child of Mystery illustrate the versatility of Wilkinson's pen: one a Gothic novel with decaying buildings and terrifying spectres, and the other, a domestic novel of high fashion based on recent events in London. This edition

Author: Sarah Chapman Hill
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: nurses, book, cook
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 2008-08-01
ISBN-10: 1429090162
ISBN-13: 9781429090162

Formerly cooking instructor at the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, Sarah Chapman Hill gathered recipes suitable for invalids and infants in a manner that is practical and concise. A Cook Book for Nurses was published in 1911. Of much interest in the 19th and 20th century, sick room recipes give insight into ideas of health care and the treatment of the sick in the days before modern medicine.

Author: Sarah Palmer
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: life, army, becky, story
Number of Pages: 258
Published: 2008-10-01
ISBN-10: 1429016108
ISBN-13: 9781429016100

In this "unpretending story" published in 1867, Sarah Palmer, known to the Union soldiers she nursed during the Civil War as "Aunt Becky," tells simply and directly one woman's tale of war. Palmer, believed to have been the first woman to serve as a Union Army nurse, cared for countless sick, wounded, and dying soldiers during her three years of service. Said one soldier, "I never knew a woman so much thought of as she was by the boys - she never showed any partiality - we all got the same attention - officers no more than privates."
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