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In the year of 1492, when Christopher Columbus first set foot on the soil of ?­THE NEW WORLD?, there were an approximated, though unconfirmed, six million Native Indians, of differing tribal cultures, and systems, spread all across what is now America, and Canada. By the years end of 1890, when the rifle and cannon had fallen silent, and the sabres safely sheathed, and the bow, lance, and tomahawk were finally thrown to the ground in defeat. That figure had been reduced to a mere, staggering, two hundred and fifty thousand souls. Many, many of their number had died between the years of 1860 and 1890, the period covered within these pages. Most of these souls, drawing their final breath, under a false belief, that to live in a land no longer their own, and to adopt a culture totally alien to them, would, after all their suffering, be of immense value to them. Those Indians voices, that had helped the first settlers to survive their first winter in ?­the new world, had, by the year . . .

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Early Greek Thought calls into question a longstanding mythology - operative in both the Analytic and Continental traditions - that the 'Pre-­Socratics had the grandiose audacity to break with all traditional forms of knowledge' (Badiou). Each of the variants of this mythology is dismantled in an attempt to not only retrieve an 'indigenous' interpretation of early Greek thought, but also to expose the mythological character of our own contemporary meta-­narratives regarding the 'origins' of 'Western', 'Occidental' philosophy. Using an original hermeneutical approach, James Luchte excavates the context of emergence of early Greek thought through an exploration of the mytho-­poetic horizons of the archaic world, in relation to which, as Plato testifies, the Greeks were merely 'children'. Luchte discloses 'philosophy in the tragic age' as a creative response to a 'contestation' of mytho-­poetic narratives and 'ways of being'. The tragic character of early Greek thought is unfolded . . .

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The Americans had stunned the world by winning their independence from the mightiest military power on earth and creating a startling new constitution that vested ultimate power in the common man. No one had anticipated that, by the 1790s, the giants of the world — England, France, Spain, and Russia — would again be caught up in war, with the United States trapped in the middle. British Canada to the north, hostile American Indians to the west, Spain and pirates to the south, and British ships in the Atlantic all loomed menacingly on the new country's horizon. Too soon, the Americans had to stand and fight or accept the role of a weakling in the family of nations. When President James Madison declared war against England in June 1812, the British had 600 warships and over 200,­000 men in uniform, while America had 16 warships and only 12,­000 men at arms. This historical novel reads like a modern David and Goliath story.

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"There is no doubt that this is the best book on waking up early on the Kindle store!.­" - Sean Elmridge

Throughout history millions of successful and famous people have attributed their success to getting a head start on the day. This book will show you what successful early risers do once they are up and teach you step-­by-­step how YOU can become an early riser.
Based on scientific research and neurological studies, among many other topics, this book will explain you how genetics and hormones influence your sleep rhythm, what “REM sleep” and the “Circadian Rhythm” actually are, how the food you eat before going to bed and how your bedroom temperature will affect the quality of your sleep.
The numerous benefits of rising early far outweigh any temporary discomfort as you learn to adjust to the new time and routine. If you stick with the tips in this book, within months (if not weeks), you’ll start to see a difference in your own life, making it all worthwhile.
Your early . . .

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Manchester United.

There is no greater name in football.

Go to any city in the world and there are Man U fans.

But where did it all start?

On November 20th, 1880, a team from the carriage and wagon department of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway played its first recorded match - and lost 6-­0 to a reserve side from Bolton Wanders.

It was the team that was to become world-­beaters.

Known as Newton Heath when they were formed by the railway company staff, they became Manchester United in 1902 after the club ran out of money and had to be rescued by a group of local businessman.

By 1908, the newly re-­named team had already won the Football League - the first of many triumphs.

'Red Dawn: Manchester United The Early Years' is the dramatic, enthralling story of those early years.

Football historian Brian Belton tells the story of the hardships, setbacks and struggles that forged the team's incredible will to win - and the character that would bond the team with the . . .

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"There is no doubt that this is the best book on waking up early on the Kindle store!.­" - Sean Elmridge

Throughout history millions of successful and famous people have attributed their success to getting a head start on the day. This book will show you what successful early risers do once they are up and teach you step-­by-­step how YOU can become an early riser.
Based on scientific research and neurological studies, among many other topics, this book will explain you how genetics and hormones influence your sleep rhythm, what “REM sleep” and the “Circadian Rhythm” actually are, how the food you eat before going to bed and how your bedroom temperature will affect the quality of your sleep.
The numerous benefits of rising early far outweigh any temporary discomfort as you learn to adjust to the new time and routine. If you stick with the tips in this book, within months (if not weeks), you’ll start to see a difference in your own life, making it all worthwhile.
Your early . . .

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Charles R. King utilizes his academic education in physics and classical history to examine the origins of historiography and the critical role of the early Greek historians. Accessible to both the professional historian and the buff, this analysis enables the reader to approach the study of history from a new and different outlook. The author utilizes primary sources and historiography to provide unique insights.

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Casual Encounters…The Early Life Of A Bisexual Man

Warning:­This book contains graphic sexual encounters between Men and Woman. If hard descriptions of Bisexual Men and Women performing oral, anal, and light BDSM sex offends you then this book is not for you. This book is for adult entertainment of readers 18 + or older.

Author Dawn Westfield presents another series of Interviews of John, a mature married bisexual man living in a small Midwestern town along the Mississippi River. The previous Volumes describe his accounts of his meetings with like minded men.

Casual Encounters…The Early Life Of A Bisexual Man Volume 4, covers John’s early years as he experiments and embraces his Bisexual urges and current lifestyle.

This 17,­000 word book describes John’s first bisexual exposure with Harry, a neighborhood friend that lights his desire for man to man sex.

Mike enhances John’s experiences when Mike describes his early family experiences, and how they affected both of . . .

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Dawn of Memories explores the significance of first memories and enables individuals to understand the meaning of early recollections throughout their lives. Using historical examples as well as firsthand accounts, the author explores the very rea...

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Daniel Prentice's technological skill helped save the world from the deadly impact of Y2K in the popular thriller Flee the Darkness. But that victory didn't stop the encroaching evil.­In this gripping sequel, tension mounts in the 21st century as a...

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