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Bricks Without Straw a Novel

hearing before the Subcommittee on Water and Power Resources of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, on H.R. 4390 ... April 20, 1977.

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        StatementIrvington Publishers
        PublishersIrvington Publishers
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        LC ClassificationsJune 1980
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages48
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        ISBN 100839819633
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Gib him a good name, now, none o' yer common mean ones, but jes' der bes' one yer got in yer book;" for Colonel Desmit was writing in a heavy clasped book which rested on a light stand beside him.

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Such, in truth, he was. Shen Yanbei frowned, looking straight at the man without speaking. The latter's wishes were explained, and he was asked if he could fulfil them.

The first step in the progress from the prison-house of bondage to the citadel of liberty was a strange one. " and the woman dropped a courtesy. Albion Tourgee is as close as I've found so far to a writer who puts Reconstruction into fiction, making it come alive in a compelling story with relatable characters.

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THE SHADOW OF THE FLAG,• His only care was to see that his property did not depreciate, and that the course adopted by the agent was one likely to produce good results. " "But the chillen, Nimbus. She had passed her school-girl life with safety; but he rightly judged that a few years in the genial climate where she then was would do very much toward enabling her to resist the approaches of disease The work. ' "An' he sez, 'Whip much? Shen Yanbei reluctantly picked up the bowl and prepared to eat porridge, but the man did not sit down.

Wheat and corn and meat, raised upon some of his plantations, supplied others devoted to non-edible staples. As they grew older this attachment became stronger.