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A Soldier of Virginia; A Tale of Colonel Washington and Braddock's Defeat - 2849097115

167,36 zł

A Soldier of Virginia; A Tale of Colonel Washington and Braddock's Defeat

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Religion and Patriotism the Constituents of a Good Soldier. a Sermon Preached ... in ... Virginia, August 17, 1755. by Samuel Davies, ... - 2850124677

71,13 zł

Religion and Patriotism the Constituents of a Good Soldier. a Sermon Preached ... in ... Virginia, August 17, 1755. by Samuel Davies, ...

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Sketch of the Virginia Soldier in the Revolution - 2848126545

79,99 zł

Sketch of the Virginia Soldier in the Revolution Heritage Books

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Collections of Revolutionary War artifacts seldom contain the history of individual items. Who used it? Where was it used? That information is lost. A Sketch of the Virginia Soldier in the Revolution identifies which uniforms and equipment were used by re

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Soldier's Prize - 2845101723

41,03 zł

Soldier's Prize Random House

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"Splendid...Thom tells the story with humor and eloquence, and a thumping good tale it is, too."THE WASHINGTON POSTIn one generation, the Clark family of Virginia fought for our nation's independence, and explored, conquered, and settled the continent from sea to shining sea. This powerfully written book recreates the warm life of the family, the dangers of the battlefield, the grueling journeys across an untamed wilderness, and the soul-stirring Lewis and Clark Expedition. This mighty epic is a fitting tribute to the wisdom and courage of Ann Rogers Clark, her husband John, and the ten sons and daughters they nurtured and inspired.

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Houses in Virginia - 2848539839

102,65 zł

Houses in Virginia Books LLC, Reference Series

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 80. Chapters: Historic houses in Virginia, Abingdon, Kingsmill, Hope Park, Lee-Fendall House, Chatham Manor, Menokin, Colross, Corotoman, Huntley, White House, Swannanoa, Flowerdew Hundred Plantation, Belvoir, Mount Airy, Richmond County, Virginia, Pope-Leighey House, Virginia Historical Society, Temple Hall, Graffiti House, Frascati (Somerset, Virginia), Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Clermont (Alexandria, Virginia), Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation, Castle Hill, Raspberry Plain, Lower Brandon Plantation, Agecroft Hall, Carlyle House, Chopawamsic, Alexander Black House, Belmont Manor House, Selma (Leesburg, Virginia), Windsor Castle (Smithfield, Virginia), Curles Neck Plantation, Carter Hall (Millwood, Virginia), Vaucluse, Ash Lawn-Highland, Rosewell, Salona (McLean, Virginia), Elsing Green, Clarens (Alexandria, Virginia), Barboursville, Chestnut Hill (Leesburg, Virginia), Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, Okeley Manor, Oatlands Plantation, Long Branch (Millwood, Virginia), Towlston Grange, Chestnut Grove, Governor's Palace (Williamsburg, Virginia), Locust Hill (Leesburg, Virginia), Eyre Hall, Pampatike, Anne Spencer House, Rippon Lodge, St. George Tucker House, Hickory Hill (Ashland, Virginia), Belle Isle State Park, Mount Eagle, Hickory Hill (McLean, Virginia), Belle Air Plantation, Sully Historic Site, Ash Grove, Berry Hill Plantation, Accokeek, Soldier's Rest, Clover Hill (Culpeper, Virginia), Rosedale (Lynchburg, Virginia), Morven Park, Kippax Plantation, Edgewood Plantation and Harrison's Mill, Plumb House (Waynesboro, Virginia), Rockland (Leesburg, Virginia), Mitchell's Brick House Tavern, John Marshall Warwick House, Shack Mountain, Gen. William Mitchell House, Edmund Ruffin Plantation, North Bend Plantation, Red Hill Patrick Henry National Memorial, Greenway Plantation, Miller-Claytor House, Lexington, Spence's Point, Soldier's Joy, Otterburn (Bedford, Virginia), Ravensworth, Saratoga (Boyce, Virginia), Andrew B. Cooke House, James Semple House, Camden (Port Royal, Virginia), Elk Hill (Nellysford, Virginia), Michie Tavern, Samuel Miller House, Barbour House, Lynch's Brickyard House, Weston Manor, Montezuma (Norwood, Virginia), William Phaup House, Gerald R. Ford, Jr., House, Catalpa (Culpeper, Virginia), Carter Glass House, Locust Grove (Lynchburg, Virginia), Montview, Centerview (Lynchburg, Virginia), Rivermont, Bon Aire, Belle Grove (Port Conway, Virginia), Adam Keeling House, River Bluff (Wintergreen, Virginia), Holly Knoll, Ripshin Farm, Leesylvania State Park, Charles Richard Drew House, Criss Cross (New Kent, Virginia), Porto Bello (Williamsburg, Virginia), Edge Hill (Woodford, Virginia), Marden House, The Tuleyries, Strawberry Vale Manor, George Lewis Seaton House, Lucky Hit, Sabine Hall (Tappahannock, Virginia), Watson House (Chincoteague Island, Virginia), Hollin Hall, Evelynton Plantation, Richneck Plantation, William H. Trusty House, Lightwood House, Woodbridge, Chericoke, Mount Brilliant, Shadwell, Prospect Hill (Arlington, Virginia), The Mansion at Fort Chiswell. Excerpt: Abingdon (also known as the Alexander-Custis Plantation) was an 18th-century plantation owned by the prominent Alexander, Custis, Stuart, and Hunter families in what is now Arlington County in the U.S. state of Virginia. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport currently occupies part of Abingdon's grounds. Abingdon is known as the birthplace of Eleanor "Nelly" Parke Custis Lew...

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Worth a Dozen Men - 2834157803

134,64 zł

Worth a Dozen Men University of Virginia Press

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In antebellum society, women were regarded as ideal nurses because of their sympathetic natures. However, they were expected to exercise their talents only in the home; nursing strange men in hospitals was considered inappropriate, if not indecent. Nevertheless, in defiance of tradition, Confederate women set up hospitals early in the Civil War and organized volunteers to care for the increasing number of sick and wounded soldiers. As a fledgling government engaged in a long and bloody war, the Confederacy relied on this female labor, which prompted a new understanding of women's place in public life and a shift in gender roles. Challenging the assumption that Southern women's contributions to the war effort were less systematic and organized than those of Union women, Worth a Dozen Men looks at the Civil War as a watershed moment for Southern women. Female nurses in the South played a critical role in raising army and civilian morale and reducing mortality rates, thus allowing the South to continue fighting. They embodied a new model of heroic energy and nationalism, and came to be seen as the female equivalent of soldiers. Moreover, nursing provided them with a foundation for pro-Confederate political activity, both during and after the war, when gender roles and race relations underwent dramatic changes. Worth a Dozen Men chronicles the Southern wartime nursing experience, tracking the course of the conflict from the initial burst of Confederate nationalism to the shock and sorrow of losing the war. Through newspapers and official records, as well as letters, diaries, and memoirs-not only those of the remarkable and dedicated women who participated, but also of the doctors with whom they served, their soldier patients, and the patients' families-a comprehensive picture of what it was like to be a nurse in the South during the Civil War emerges.

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Once a Marine - 2848544239

114,21 zł

Once a Marine Savas Beatie

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May 6, 1986: Nick Popaditch arrives at the Receiving Barracks, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California.returncharacterreturncharacterApril 9, 2003: An AP photographer captures a striking image seen around the world of the Gunny Sergeant smoking a victory cigar in his tank, the haunting statue of Saddam Hussein hovering in the background. Popaditch is immortalized forever as "The Cigar Marine."returncharacterreturncharacterApril 6, 2004: The tanker fights heroically in the battle for Fallujah and suffers grievous head wounds that leave him legally blind and partially deaf. The USMC awards him with a Silver Star for his valor and combat innovation.returncharacterreturncharacterApril 18, 2004: "Gunny Pop" comes home to face the toughest fight of his life-a battle to remain the man and Marine he was. This is the central drama of Nick's inspiring memoir, Once a Marine: An Iraq War Tank Commander's Inspirational Memoir of Combat, Courage, and Recovery.returncharacterreturncharacterReaders in and out of the military will stand up and cheer for this valiant Marine's Marine, a man who embodies everything noble and proud in the Corps' long tradition. Never has modern mechanized combat seemed so immediate and real, or the fight in Iraq seemed so human and worth believing in.returncharacterreturncharacterAt first, Nick fights to get back to where he was in Iraq-in the cupola of an M1A1 main battle tank, leading Marines in combat at the point of the spear. As the seriousness and permanence of his disabilities become more evident, Nick fights to remain in the Corps in any capacity, to help the brothers in arms he so aches to rejoin. Facing the inevitable following a medical retirement, he battles for rightful recognition and compensation for his permanent disabilities. Throughout his harrowing ordeal, Nick fights to maintain his honor and loyalty, waging all these battles the same way-the Marine way-because anything less would be a betrayal of all he holds dear.returncharacterreturncharacterThe real triumph in Once a Marine is its previously untold, behind-the-scenes tale of the day-to-day life of a career Marine noncommissioned staff officer. In most books and movies, a "Gunny" is little more than a cardboard character. Nick's portrayal is a man complete: a husband and father, as well as a warrior and a molder of young warriors. He reveals himself completely, something no memoirist in his position has ever done before. This includes our very personal introduction to his wife April, whose heroics in the story equal Nick's, together with dozens of others who, as Sgt. Popaditch writes, gave so much, so selflessly and freely, to him. Like the man himself, Once a Marine is full of gratitude and refreshingly free of false bravado and braggadocio.returncharacterreturncharacterAll Americans, of all political persuasions, have a duty to meet this courageous and admirable fighting man, an exemplar of all our military men and women who give so much out of love for their nation. Meeting Gunny Sergeant Popaditch through the pages of his inspirational memoir offers up new reasons to be proud and shoulder our own responsibilities as Americans.returncharacterreturncharacterOnce a Marine will instantly take its place among outstanding combat classics. And once you read this remarkable and uplifting book, The Marine's Hymn will never sound the same.returncharacterreturncharacterFINALIST: The Indie Book Awards, Autobiography / Memoirs 2009returncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacter returncharacterreturncharacter REVIEWS returncharacterreturncharacter" Nick Popaditch's transcendent memoir of military service and its personal consequences should be read by every one of our nation's political leaders-to help them understand the incomparable quality of those who fight on the front lines. Read this inspiring story, recommend it to friends-and send a copy to your member of Congress!"returncharacterreturncharacter- Ralph Peters (Lt. Col., ret.), New York Post columnist and author of Looking For Trouble and Wars Of Blood and Faithreturncharacterreturncharacter"Retired Gunny Sergeant Nick Popaditch's narrative will burn through your heart, and then settle deep in your gut. . . . Readers will shed a tear, and simultaneously burst out with eagle, globe and anchor emotive-pride. That, I guarantee!"returncharacterreturncharacter--Leatherneck Magazine (USMC)returncharacterreturncharacter"America has always been blessed by wonderful, patriotic, and often anonymous men and women who have sacrificed so much in defense of liberty and freedom. Once a Marine, Gunny Sergeant Nick Popaditch's heart-wrenching and inspiring memoir, puts a name and a face on this sacrifice. Every American should read this book to remind them of what these brave warriors of freedom endure on our behalf."- Congressman Bob Filner, Chairman of the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs.returncharacterreturncharacter"Gunny Popaditch's story is as inspiring as it is dramatic. This wounded warrior suffered grievous injuries - an RPG to the head! - but refused to give up on life, even when his wounds forced him out of the Corps. Once a Marine is a 'must read' story of one of today's real heroes."- Jerry D. Morelock, PhD, Colonel, U. S. Army (Ret.), Editor in Chief, Armchair General returncharacterreturncharacter"Author Gunny Sergeant Nick Popaditch, a Silver Star recipient and the subject of the world-famous AP photo, has penned what must surely be classed as among the best personal memoirs of any combat soldier in recent memory. Once a Marine is an in-your-face blast of raw emotion and realism that will strike a raw nerve and keep you up at night. This autobiography of combat, courage, and recovery should be required reading for every American, young and old, who yearns to grasp the true cost of freedom." returncharacterreturncharacter- Caspar Weinberger Jr., Military and Current Affairs Columnistreturncharacterreturncharacter"A riveting and inspirational story of the consummate professional warrior. It is impossible to read Once a Marine without being proud of our military and grateful that our Nation produces men like Gunnery Sergeant Nick Popaditch."- Michael F. Nugent, Major, US Army (Ret.), co-author of One Continuous Fight: The Retreat From Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863returncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacter"Only a few books leap off the shelves and demand to be read- and "Once a Marine" is one of those few...a spellbinding story...the type of book that the reader will devour in an evening."The Midwest Book Review, 12/2008 returncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacterreturncharacter"Gunny Popaditch's story makes me incredibly proud to have worn the same uniform. Without intending to, Once a Marine articulates life in the modern Marine Corps more clearly than anything I've read. No blindly loyal fanatic, Popaditch candidly acknowledges the bullshit, yet artfully captures the inimitable spirit of camaraderie and commitment that makes the Marine Corps unique. Extraordinarily motivating and compellingly honest book, it made me pine for my own long-finished Marine Corps career."- Jay A. Stout, Lt.Col. USMC (Ret.), author of Hornet's Over Kuwaitreturncharacterreturncharacter"Gunny Pop" Popaditch's courageous memoir of his life in and out of the Marine Corps is intelligently written and imbued with a brazen honesty rarely found elsewhere. His personal courage-and that of his wife, April-gives the term "home of the brave" an entirely new meaning."- Sgt. Michael Volkin, author of The Ultimate Basic Training Guidebook: Tips, Tricks, and Tactics for Surviving Boot Campreturncharacterreturncharacter

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1964 - 1969 - 2839413340

1099,99 zł

1964 - 1969 Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Country

1. Petticoat Junction 2. Have You Seen My Dear Companion 3. The Good Things (Outweigh The Bad) 4. Working It Out 5. Amber Tresses (Tied In Blue) 6. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy 7. When Papa Played The Dobro 8. Fireball (Instrumental) 9. Father's Table Grace 10. I'm Walking With Him 11. My Wandering Boy 12. Sally Don't You Grieve 13. A Faded Red Ribbon 14. Bummin' An Old Freight Train 15. Georgia Buck (Instrumental) 16. Hello Stranger 17. Please Don't Wake Me 18. You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone 19. I Still Miss Someone 20. Wabash Cannonball 21. Rose Conelly 22. You've Been Fooling My Baby 23. Will You Be Lonesome Too? 24. Big Shoes To Fill 25. Branded Wherever I Go 26. Starlight On The Rails 27. Loafer's Glory 28. I'll Be On That Good Road Some Day 29. Confessing 30. Gonna Have Myself A Ball 101. Rock, Salt & Nails 102. The Soldier's Return 103. Memphis 104. Jackson 105. Colours 106. For Lovin' Me 107. Houston 108. Detroit City 109. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Instrumental) 110. Kansas City 111. Nashville Blues (Instrumental) 112. Take Me Back To Tulsa 113. The Last Public Hanging In West Virginia 114. The Boys From Tennessee 115. Ten Miles From Natchez 116. Seattle Town 117. Green Acres 118. I Had A Dream 119. When The Saints Go Marching In 120. God Gave Noah The Rainbow Sign 121. Call Me On Home, Too 122. A Stone That Builders Refused 123. Wait For The Sunshine 124. No Mother In This World 125. Thank God I'm On My Way 126. Troublesome Waters 127. The Last Thing On My Mind 128. Mama, You Been On My Mind 129. It Was Only The Wind 130. Why Can't I Find Myself With You 201. Southbound 202. I'm Gonna Ride That Steamboat 203. Roust-a-bout 204. Nashville Cats 205. Train Number 1262 206. Bringin' In The Georgia Mail 207. Going Across The Sea 208. The Atlantic Coastal Line 209. East Bound Train 210. Orange Blossom Special (Instrumental) 211. Last Train To Clarksville 212. California Up Tight Band 213. Don't Think Twice It's All Right 214. Four Strong Winds 215. Blowin' In The Wind 216. It Ain't Me Babe 217. Down In The Flood 218. Buddy Don't You Roll So Slow 219. Where Have All The Flowers Gone 220. This Land Is Your Land 221. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Instrumental) 222. Mr. Tambourine Man 223. Ode To Billie Joe 224. Like A Rolling Stone 225. I'd Like To Say A Word For Texas 226. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 227. Folsom Prison Blues 228. Gentle On My Mind 229. The Times They Are A-changin' 301. If I Were A Carpenter 302. Universal Soldier 303. Long Road To Houston 304. Catch The Wind 305. Rainy Day Women 12 & 35 306. Frieda Florentine 307. Nashville Skyline Rag (Instrumental) 308. I Walk The Line 309. Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town 310. A Boy Named Sue 311. Maggie's Farm 312. Wanted Man 313. One More Night 314. One Too Many Mornings 315. Girl From The North Country 316. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance 317. Tonight Will Be Fine 318. The Story Of Bonnie & Clyde 319. Another Ride With Clyde 320. A Picture Of Bonnie 321. The Barrow Gang Will Get You Little Man 322. Bang You're Alive 323. See Bonnie Die, See Clyde Die 324. Reunion (Instrumental) 325. Get-away (Instrumental) 326. The Chase (Instrumental) 327. Highway's End (Instrumental) 401. Pick Along (Instrumental) 402. John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man (Inst.) 403. Jazzing (Instrumental) 404. Evelina (Instrumental) 405. Tammy's Song (Instrumental) 406. Lonesome Ruben (Instrumental) 407. Spanish Two Step (Instrumental) 408. Careless Love (Instrumental) 409. Liberty (Instrumental) 410. Bill Cheatham (Instrumental) 411. Nothin' To It (Instrumental) 412. Intro 413. Lost All My Money 414. Maggie Blues (Instrumental) 415. Steamboat Whistle Blues 416. Paul & Silas 417. Cannonball Blues (Instrumental) 418. You Are My Flower 419. Old Leather Britches (Instrumental) 420. Across The Blue Ridge Mountains 421. Old Folks (Instrumental) 422. Going Back To Harlan 423. Poor Rebel Soldier 424. No Hiding Place Down Here 425. Going Up Cripple Creek 426. Foggy Mountain Special 501. Bile Them Cabbage Down 502. Old Joe Clark 503. Sally Goodin 504. Black Mountain Rag 505. Billy In The Lowground 506. Twinkle Little Star 507. Old Fiddler 508. Soldier's Joy 509. Cheyenne 510. Down Yonder 511. Georgia Shuffle 512. Golden Slippers 513. Tennessee Wagner 514. Chicken Reel 515. Theme From Beverly Hillbillies 516. Beverly Hills 517. Vittles 518. A Long Talk With That Boy 519. Jethro's A Powerful Man 520. Elly's Spring Song 521. Back Home U.s.a. 522. Critters 523. What A Great Doctor Granny Is 524. Lady Lessons 525. Birds & The Bees 526. Love Or Money 527. Close

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1964 - 1969 - 2848622478

499,99 zł

1964 - 1969 Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Country

1. Petticoat Junction 2. Have You Seen My Dear Companion 3. The Good Things (Outweigh The Bad) 4. Working It Out 5. Amber Tresses (Tied In Blue) 6. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy 7. When Papa Played The Dobro 8. Fireball (Instrumental) 9. Father's Table Grace 10. I'm Walking With Him 11. My Wandering Boy 12. Sally Don't You Grieve 13. A Faded Red Ribbon 14. Bummin' An Old Freight Train 15. Georgia Buck (Instrumental) 16. Hello Stranger 17. Please Don't Wake Me 18. You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone 19. I Still Miss Someone 20. Wabash Cannonball 21. Rose Conelly 22. You've Been Fooling My Baby 23. Will You Be Lonesome Too? 24. Big Shoes To Fill 25. Branded Wherever I Go 26. Starlight On The Rails 27. Loafer's Glory 28. I'll Be On That Good Road Some Day 29. Confessing 30. Gonna Have Myself A Ball 101. Rock, Salt & Nails 102. The Soldier's Return 103. Memphis 104. Jackson 105. Colours 106. For Lovin' Me 107. Houston 108. Detroit City 109. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Instrumental) 110. Kansas City 111. Nashville Blues (Instrumental) 112. Take Me Back To Tulsa 113. The Last Public Hanging In West Virginia 114. The Boys From Tennessee 115. Ten Miles From Natchez 116. Seattle Town 117. Green Acres 118. I Had A Dream 119. When The Saints Go Marching In 120. God Gave Noah The Rainbow Sign 121. Call Me On Home, Too 122. A Stone That Builders Refused 123. Wait For The Sunshine 124. No Mother In This World 125. Thank God I'm On My Way 126. Troublesome Waters 127. The Last Thing On My Mind 128. Mama, You Been On My Mind 129. It Was Only The Wind 130. Why Can't I Find Myself With You 201. Southbound 202. I'm Gonna Ride That Steamboat 203. Roust-a-bout 204. Nashville Cats 205. Train Number 1262 206. Bringin' In The Georgia Mail 207. Going Across The Sea 208. The Atlantic Coastal Line 209. East Bound Train 210. Orange Blossom Special (Instrumental) 211. Last Train To Clarksville 212. California Up Tight Band 213. Don't Think Twice It's All Right 214. Four Strong Winds 215. Blowin' In The Wind 216. It Ain't Me Babe 217. Down In The Flood 218. Buddy Don't You Roll So Slow 219. Where Have All The Flowers Gone 220. This Land Is Your Land 221. Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Instrumental) 222. Mr. Tambourine Man 223. Ode To Billie Joe 224. Like A Rolling Stone 225. I'd Like To Say A Word For Texas 226. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 227. Folsom Prison Blues 228. Gentle On My Mind 229. The Times They Are A-changin' 301. If I Were A Carpenter 302. Universal Soldier 303. Long Road To Houston 304. Catch The Wind 305. Rainy Day Women 12 & 35 306. Frieda Florentine 307. Nashville Skyline Rag (Instrumental) 308. I Walk The Line 309. Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town 310. A Boy Named Sue 311. Maggie's Farm 312. Wanted Man 313. One More Night 314. One Too Many Mornings 315. Girl From The North Country 316. Honey, Just Allow Me One More Chance 317. Tonight Will Be Fine 318. The Story Of Bonnie & Clyde 319. Another Ride With Clyde 320. A Picture Of Bonnie 321. The Barrow Gang Will Get You Little Man 322. Bang You're Alive 323. See Bonnie Die, See Clyde Die 324. Reunion (Instrumental) 325. Get-away (Instrumental) 326. The Chase (Instrumental) 327. Highway's End (Instrumental) 401. Pick Along (Instrumental) 402. John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man (Inst.) 403. Jazzing (Instrumental) 404. Evelina (Instrumental) 405. Tammy's Song (Instrumental) 406. Lonesome Ruben (Instrumental) 407. Spanish Two Step (Instrumental) 408. Careless Love (Instrumental) 409. Liberty (Instrumental) 410. Bill Cheatham (Instrumental) 411. Nothin' To It (Instrumental) 412. Intro 413. Lost All My Money 414. Maggie Blues (Instrumental) 415. Steamboat Whistle Blues 416. Paul & Silas 417. Cannonball Blues (Instrumental) 418. You Are My Flower 419. Old Leather Britches (Instrumental) 420. Across The Blue Ridge Mountains 421. Old Folks (Instrumental) 422. Going Back To Harlan 423. Poor Rebel Soldier 424. No Hiding Place Down Here 425. Going Up Cripple Creek 426. Foggy Mountain Special 501. Bile Them Cabbage Down 502. Old Joe Clark 503. Sally Goodin 504. Black Mountain Rag 505. Billy In The Lowground 506. Twinkle Little Star 507. Old Fiddler 508. Soldier's Joy 509. Cheyenne 510. Down Yonder 511. Georgia Shuffle 512. Golden Slippers 513. Tennessee Wagner 514. Chicken Reel 515. Theme From Beverly Hillbillies 516. Beverly Hills 517. Vittles 518. A Long Talk With That Boy 519. Jethro's A Powerful Man 520. Elly's Spring Song 521. Back Home U.s.a. 522. Critters 523. What A Great Doctor Granny Is 524. Lady Lessons 525. Birds & The Bees 526. Love Or Money 527. Close

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Beloved Enemy - 2850278324

38,65 zł

Beloved Enemy KENSINGTON PUBLISHING GROUP

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Daring and defiant, Virginia Courtney risks her life by transporting Royalist fugitives to safety. Until Colonel Alexander Marshall seizes her family's land and takes her prisoner. But the fearless beauty arouses a passionate yearning that the honour-bound soldier has never before allowed himself to feel. Irresistibly drawn to her handsome captor, Virginia cannot forget that he is also her most treacherous enemy. Yet with each caress, Alexander mounts a delicate assault on her senses, quelling all thoughts of rebellion--leaving her conscious of the perfection of his passion. Tom between desire and duty, Virginia and Alexander become players in the most dangerous of games...where intrigue and betrayal rule the day and where love carries the inevitability of destiny.

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Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders - 2826717280

30,73 zł

Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders Penguin

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Daniel Defoe's bawdy tale of a woman's struggle for independence and redemption, "Moll Flanders" is edited with an introduction and notes by David Blewett in "Penguin Classics". Born in Newgate prison and abandoned six months later, Moll Flanders' drive to find and hold on to a secure place in society propels her through incest, adultery, bigamy, prostitution and a resourceful career as a thief ('the greatest Artist of my time') before her crimes catch up with her, and she is transported to the colony of Virginia in the New World. If Moll Flanders is on one level a Puritan's tale of sin and repentance, through self-made, self-reliant Moll, Daniel Defoe's rich subtext conveys all the paradoxes and amoralities of the struggle for property and power in the newly individualistic society of Eighteenth-century England. Based on the first edition of 1722, this volume includes a chronology, suggestions for further reading, notes on currency and maps of London and Virginia in the late seventeenth century. Daniel Defoe (1660-1731) had a variety of careers including merchant, soldier, spy, and political pamphleteer. Over the course of his life Daniel Defoe wrote over two hundred and fifty books on economics, history, biography and crime, but is best remembered for the fiction he produced in late life, which includes "Robinson Crusoe" (1719), "Moll Flanders" (1722) and "Roxana" (1724). Defoe had a great influence on the development of the English novel and many consider him to be the first true novelist. If you enjoyed "Moll Flanders", you might like Samuel Richardson's "Pamela", also available in "Penguin Classics".

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Bristol Sessions - 2839401256

499,99 zł

Bristol Sessions Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Country

1. Stoneman, Ernest V. - E. Kahle Brewer - Walter - T 2. Stoneman, Ernest V. - E. Kahle Brewer - Walter - T 3. Stoneman, Ernest V. - Miss Irma Frost - The Mounta 4. Stoneman, Ernest V. - Miss Irma Frost - Midnight O 5. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - Swe 6. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - I K 7. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - Are 8. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - No 9. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - The 10. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - The 11. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - I A 12. Stoneman, Ernest V. & His Dixie Mountaineers - I A 13. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - I Want To 14. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - Do, Lord, 15. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - Old Ship O 16. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - Jesus Gett 17. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - Happy In P 18. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Quartet - Don't Grie 19. Dunford, Uncle Eck - Hattie Stoneman - What Will I 20. Dunford, Uncle Eck - The Whip-poor-will's Song 21. Dunford, Uncle Eck - Skip To Ma Lou, My Darling 22. Dunford, Uncle Eck - Ernest Stoneman - Barney Mcco 23. Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers - Old Time Corn Shuckin', 24. Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers - Old Time Corn Shuckin', 101. Johnson Brothers - The Jealous Sweetheart (Take 1) 102. Johnson Brothers - The Jealous Sweetheart (Take 2) 103. Johnson Brothers - A Passing Policeman 104. Johnson Brothers - Just A Message From Carolina 105. Reed, Blind Alfred - The Wreck Of The Virginian (T 106. Reed, Blind Alfred - The Wreck Of The Virginian (T 107. Reed, Blind Alfred - I Mean To Live For Jesus 108. Reed, Blind Alfred - You Must Unload 109. Reed, Blind Alfred - Walking In The Way With Jesus 110. Reed, Blind Alfred - Walking In The Way With Jesus 111. Johnson Brothers With Tennessee Wildcats - Two Bro 112. Johnson Brothers With Tennessee Wildcats - The Sol 113. Johnson Brothers - I Want To See My Mother (Ten Th 114. El Watson - Pot Liquor Blues 115. El Watson - Narrow Gauge Blues 116. Shelton, B. F. - Cold Penitentiary Blues 117. Shelton, B. F. - Oh Molly Dear 118. Shelton, B. F. - Pretty Polly 119. Shelton, B. F. - Darling Cora 120. Karnes, Alfred G. - Called To The Foreign Field 121. Karnes, Alfred G. - I Am Bound For The Promised La 122. Karnes, Alfred G. - Where We'll Never Grow Old 123. Karnes, Alfred G. - When They Ring The Golden Bell 124. Karnes, Alfred G. - To The Work 125. Nester, J. P. - Train On The Island 126. Nester, J. P. - Black-eyed Susie 127. Bull Mountain Moonshiners - Johnny Goodwin 201. Carter Family, The - Bury Me Under The Weeping Wil 202. Carter Family, The - Little Log Cabin By The Sea 203. Carter Family, The - The Poor Orphan Child 204. Carter Family, The - The Storms Are On The Ocean 205. Carter Family, The - Single Girl, Married Girl 206. Carter Family, The - The Wandering Boy 207. Alcoa Quartet - Remember Me, O Mighty One 208. Alcoa Quartet - I'm Redeemed 209. Whitter, Henry - Henry Whitter's Fox Chase 210. Whitter, Henry - Rain Crow Bill 211. Shelor Family, The - Big Bend Gal 212. Shelor Family, The - Suzanna Gal 213. Shelor Family, The - Sandy River Belle (Take 1) 214. Shelor Family, The - Sandy River Belle (Take 2) 215. Shelor Family, The - Billy Grimes, The Rover 216. Baker, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. - The Newmarket Wreck 217. Baker, Mr. & Mrs. J. W. - On The Banks Of The Sunn 218. Rodgers, Jimmie - The Soldier's Sweetheart 219. Rodgers, Jimmie - Sleep Baby Sleep 220. Tenneva Ramblers - The Longest Train I Ever Saw 221. Tenneva Ramblers - Sweet Heaven When I Die 222. Tenneva Ramblers - Miss 'Liza, Poor Gal 223. West Virginia Coon Hunters - Greasy String 224. West Virginia Coon Hunters - Your Blue Eyes Run Me 225. Tennessee Mountaineers - Standing On The Promises 226. Tennessee Mountaineers - Shall We Gather At The Ri 301. Smyth County Ramblers - My Name Is Ticklish Reuben 302. Smyth County Ramblers - Way Down In Alabama 303. Karnes, Alfred G. - Do Not Wait 'Till I'm Laid 'Ne 304. Karnes, Alfred G. - The Days Of My Childhood Plays 305. Karnes, Alfred G. - We Shall All Be Reunited 306. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - If The Lig 307. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - Went Up In 308. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - I Know Tha 309. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - Shine On M 310. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - Bright Tom 311. Phipps, Ernest & His Holiness Singers - A Little T 312. Howard - Peak (The Blind Musicians) - I Cannot Be 313. Howard - Peak (The Blind Musicians) - Three Black 314. Greene, Clarence - Good-night Darling 315. Greene, Clarence - Little Bunch Of Roses 316. Stoneman Family, The - The Broken-hearted Lover 317. Dunford, Uncle Eck - Angeline, The Baker 318. Dunford, Uncle Eck - Old Shoes & Leggin's 319. Stoneman Family, The - We Parted By The Riverside 320. Ernest Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers - Down To Jor 321. Ernest Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers - There's A L 322. Stoneman Family, The - Going Up The Mountain After 323. Stoneman Family, The - Going Up The Mountain After 324. Stoneman Family, The - The Spanish Merchant's Daug 325. Stoneman Family, The - Too Late 401. Stamps Quartet - I'll Be Happy 402. Stamps Quartet - Like The Rainbow 403. Stamps Quartet - Because I Love Him 404. Stamps Quartet - Come To The Savior 405. Stamps Quartet - Do Your Best, Then Wear A Smile 406. Stamps Quartet - We Shall Reach Home 407. Smith Brothers - My Mother Is Waiting For Me In He 408. Smith Brothers - She Has Climbed The Golden Stair 409. Palmer Sisters - We'll Sing On That Shore 410. Palmer Sisters - Singing The Story Of Grace 411. Palmer Sisters - Help Me To Find The Way 412. Palmer Sisters - He'll Be With Me 413. Tarter & Gay - Brownie Blues 414. Tarter & Gay - Unknown Blues 415. Carolina Twins - Where Is My Mamma? 416. Carolina Twins - When You Go A'courtin' 417. Carolina Twins - I Sat Upon The River Bank 418. Carolina Twins - New Orleans Is The Town I Like Be 419. Carolina Twins - She Tells Me That I Am Sweet 420. Carolina Twins - Mr. Brown, Here I Come 421. Shortbuckle Roark & Family - I Truly Understand, Y 422. Shortbuckle Roark & Family - My Mother's Hands

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Kevin H. Siepel - Rebel - 2836772481

87,44 zł

Kevin H. Siepel - Rebel University of Nebraska Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

"Rebel" is the first complete biography of the Confederacy's best-known partisan commander, John Singleton Mosby, the "Gray Ghost." A practicing attorney in Virginia and at first a reluctant soldier, in 1861 Mosby took to soldiering with a vengeance, becoming one of the Confederate army's highest-profile officers, known especially for his cavalry battalion's continued and effective harassment of Union armies in northern Virginia.Although hunted after the war and regarded, in fact, as the last Confederate officer to surrender, he later became anathema to former Confederates for his willingness to forget the past and his desire to heal the nation's wounds. Appointed U.S. consul in Hong Kong, he soon initiated an anticorruption campaign that ruined careers in the Far East and Washington. Then, following a stint as a railroad attorney in California, he surfaced again as a government investigator sent by President Theodore Roosevelt to tear down cattlemen's fences on public lands in the West. Ironically, he ended his career as an attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice.

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1959 - 1963 2 - 2839413283

419,99 zł

1959 - 1963 2 Bear Family Records

Muzyka>Country

1. I'm On My Way To Canaan's Land 2. Angel Band 3. When The Angels Carry Me Home 4. I'll Never Be Lonesome Again 5. Get On The Road To Glory 6. Take Me In Your Lifeboat 7. Bubbling In My Soul 8. Heaven 9. Joy Bells 10. Give Me Flowers While I'm Living 11. You Can Feel It In Your Soul 12. Give Mother My Crown 13. The Great Historical Bum 14. I've Lost You Forever 15. Polka On A Banjo 16. All I Want Is You 17. Shuckin' The Corn (Instrumental) 18. Home Sweet Home (Instrumental) 19. Fire Ball Mail (Instrumental) 20. Cripple Creek (Instrumental) 21. Reuben (Instrumental) 22. John Henry (Instrumental) 23. Cumberland Gap (Instrumental) 24. Lonesome Road Blues (Instrumental) 25. Sally Goodwin (Instrumental) 26. Little Darlin', Pal Of Mine (Instrumental) 27. Sally Ann (Instrumental) 28. Bugle Call Rag (Instrumental) 101. I Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow 102. If I Should Wander Back Tonight 103. Cold, Cold Loving 104. Welcome To The Club 105. False Hearted Lover (Instrumental) 106. Pickin' In The Wildwood (Instrumental) 107. The Homestead On The Farm 108. Foggy Mountain Top 109. You Are My Flower 110. Forsaken Love 111. The Storms Are On The Ocean 112. Gathering Flowers From The Hillside (Instr.) 113. Worried Man Blues 114. On The Rock Where Moses Stood 115. Keep On The Sunny Side 116. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy 117. Just Ain't 118. Where Will I Shelter My Sheep 119. I Saw Mother With God Last Night 120. Go Home 121. Handsome Molly 122. Coal Loadin' Johnny 123. Hear That Whistle Blow (A Hundred Miles) 124. Too Old For A Broken Heart 201. The Legend Of The Johnson Boys 202. Good Times Are Past & Gone 203. Georg Alley's F.f.v. 204. This Land Is Your Land 205. Philadelphia Lawyer 206. Sun's Gonna Shine In My Back Door Some Day 207. Hear The Wind Blow 208. I'll Be No Man's Wife 209. Mckinley's Gone 210. Nine Pound Hammer 211. Ellen Smith 212. Life Of Trouble 213. The Ballad Of Jed Clampett 214. Hard Travelin' 215. The Wreck Of The Old 97 216. Ninetynine Years Is Almost For Life 217. Over The Hills To The Poorhouse 218. New York Town 219. Dixie Home 220. Pastures Of Plenty 221. Bound To Ride 222. When I Left East Virginia 223. Drowned In The Deep Blue Sea 224. My Native Home 225. Coal Miner's Blues 301. Pearl, Pearl, Pearl 302. What About You 303. Rambling Gambler 304. Mama Don't Allow It 305. I'm Troubled 306. My Saro Jane 307. The Train That Carried My Girl From Town 308. Little Birdie 309. You Are My Flower 310. Po' Rebel Soldier 311. Old Joe Clark 312. Sally Goodin 313. Black Mountain Rag 314. Billy In The Lowground 315. Twinkle Little Star 316. Old Fiddler 317. Soldier's Joy 318. Georgia Shuffle 319. Golden Slippers 320. Tennessee Wagner 401. Salty Dog Blues 402. Durham's Reel 403. Down The Road 404. Rainbow 405. Big Ball In Brooklyn 406. Flint Hill Special 407. Dig A Hole In The Meadow 408. I Hung My Head & Cried 409. Hot Corn, Cold Corn 410. Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine 411. You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming 412. Footprints In The Snow 413. The Martha White Theme 414. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight 415. Old Macdonald Had A Farm 416. He Will Set Your Fields On Fire 417. Let The Church Roll On 418. Wildwood Flower 419. Hear That Whistle Blow (A Hundred Miles) 420. Fiddle & Banjo 421. Old Leather Britches 422. Ballad Of Jed Clampett 423. Yonder Stands Little Maggie 424. Reuben 425. Mama Blues 426. I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome 427. Foggy Mountain Rock 428. Take This Hammer 429. Mckinley's Gone 430. Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms 431. Gotta Travel On 432. Mountain Dew

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Casimir Pulawski Polish Hero - 2212826145

86,60 zł

Casimir Pulawski Polish Hero Hippocrene Books

Literatura faktu

Nearly 30 towns and counties in America bear the name of Pulaski: in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri (2), New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia. Countless bridges, highways, monuments and avenues are dedicated to this Polish-American hero. Few Americans know the full story of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman who fought for the independence of America. The man who said: 'I came to hazard all for the freedom of America,' was killed in battle at Savannah, Georgia, in 1779. The 57th Congress recorded that 'his invaluable services to America entitle him to be numbered among the heroes of America and to be perpetuated in the memory of the people for whom he sacrificed his life.' Casimir Pulaski, at the age of 30 already a famous commander in Poland's unsuccessful fight for independence against the Russians, offered his services to George Washington believing that his experience as a successful commander of cavalry could be put to good use by the American colonists fighting for their freedom. As the first Commander of the Horse, Pulaski earned the title of 'The Father of American Cavalry.' His performance at Brandywine brought congressional appointment as Brigadier General and Commander of Cavalry Regiments. Yet he spent much of his time trying to unite and train the four regiments under his command. Weary of bureaucratic toils, Pulaski was finally given the command of an independent legion, known as the Pulaski Legion. The most comprehensive record of Pulaski's American years, this meticulously researched biography is drawn from primary sources and eyewitness accounts. Pulaski emerges as a brave soldier, demanding commander, and brilliant leader. Like General Patton in a later war, he ruffled many feathers of envious men.

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