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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
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Author: Town of Hartwick Historical Society
Publisher: Syllables Press
Keywords: otsego, county, heart, york, new, hartwick
Number of Pages: 412
Published: 2002-10
ISBN-10: 097094330X
ISBN-13: 9780970943309

Detailed history of the Town of Hartwick, NY, once a hub of activity in Otsego County. Covers all aspects of rural and industrial life from the mid-1800's to present. Hundres of photos, maps, and reproductions of other items of historical note.
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Author: Williams Public Library Association (Williams, AZ)
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: book, cook, arizona
Number of Pages: 454
Published: 2007-11-01
ISBN-10: 1429010185
ISBN-13: 9781429010184

This cookbook was created on behalf of the Williams Public Library Association (Williams, AZ) to fund the construction and maintenance of a public library for the town. Recipes are contributed by town residents and other supporters of the public library appeal.
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Author: Eugenio Piñero
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: cacao, economies, colonial, felipe, san, town
Number of Pages: 204
Published: 1994
ISBN-10: 0871698439
ISBN-13: 9780871698438

Contrary to the contention of the dependentistas,” the cacao export-led economy of the 18th century province of Caracas did not behave as an enclave economy. An analysis of the quantitative data suggests that from its beginning in the 17th century to its boom in the 18th century, the caco economy in the province of Caracas developed strong nodules (linkages) with the domestic economy that prompted the creation of new economic endeavors. Contents of this study: (1) Cacao & the Genesis of an Export-Led Economy: Introduction; Caracas Cacao Market in Veracruz; & Caracas: Structure of the Export
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Author: Rolfes, Manfred
Publisher: Universitätsverlag Potsdam
Keywords: tourism, cape, town, township, study, attraction, empirical, townships
Number of Pages: 65
Published: 2009
ISBN-10: 3940793795
ISBN-13: 9783940793799

"Since the end of the Apartheid, international tourism in South Africa has increasingly gained importance for the national economy. The centre of this PKS issue's attention is a particular form of tourism: township tourism, i.e. guided tours to the residential areas of the black population. About 300,000 tourists per year visit the townships of Cape Town. The tours are also called cultural, social, or reality tours. The different aspects of township tourism in Cape Town were the subject of a geographic field study, which was undertaken during a student research project of Potsdam University in
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Author: Johannes Wilm
Publisher: New Left Notes
Keywords: mexico, town, border, americans, margins
Number of Pages: 238
Published: 2006-02-07
ISBN-10: 1411661753
ISBN-13: 9781411661752

Johannes Wilm, an organizer and activist from Oslo, Norway, goes off to live in and study Douglas, AZ, a border town to Mexico, for half a year. At first sight, Douglas looks like nothing but a run down company town - after the Phelps Dodge smelter left in the 1980s. Interestingly though, Wilm discovers that old modes of social stratification disappeared together with the jobs. This book has to be seen as a tribute to the progressive sides of the lumpenproletariat."This is a well written, experience-near ethnography of marginality in every sense of the word: Douglas is literally on the margins
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Author: Don Hale
Publisher: Ebookexchange
Keywords: downing, bakewell, murders, stephen, clear, pity, fight, town
Number of Pages: 400
Published: 2002-04-04
ISBN-10: 071261530X
ISBN-13: 9780712615303

In 1973, a woman was brutally murdered in a graveyard in a picturesque market town. Stephen Downing, aged seventeen but with the mental age of eleven, was working as a gardener in the graveyard. He was charged with the crime and served 27 years in prison. Six years ago, Don Hale, the editor of the local newspaper, began his own investigation into the murder. This is the story of one man trapped in a web of evil, and of another’s courageous fight to free him.
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