New PDF release: Historia de una niña emigrante (Spanish Edition)

By Patricia Ruiz Steele,Consuelo Mellado

Corría el año 1911 cuando abandonaron todo lo que conocían — incluso a muchas de las personas que amaban— para comenzar una nueva vida en un lugar lejano llamado Hawái y después en Estados Unidos. El relato de su emigración es épico y está repleto de tragedias, triunfos, adversidades y amor, de pérdidas y promesas. Estudiar historia de España y diversas fuentes de información sobre inmigración ha contribuido a dibujar un retrato bastante exacto de las personas que emigraron y de las nuevas vidas que comenzaron allí. Esta es l. a. historia de su emigración.
    Manuela, l. a. primogénita de una familia de campesinos de Fuentesaúco, un pueblo de los angeles provincia de Zamora, en el norte de España, llega hasta l. a. Línea y al Peñón de Gibraltar para embarcar en el S. S. Orteric con sus padres, tíos y primos.  Tan excitada como asustada, espera con ilusión afrontar los angeles aventura del viaje y conocer Hawái y, más adelante, Estados Unidos, la tierra prometida.  A pesar de los angeles pena de alejarse de su abuela, se adapta a l. a. vida en el barco, pero llega a desear no haber embarcado jamás. A medida que se desarrollan los acontecimientos, vemos cómo estos influyen en sus pensamientos, en su temprana madurez y en su futuro. 
    Esta es los angeles historia de l. a. abuela de l. a. autora, que narra sus vivencias en España y en Hawái. Es una narración conmovedora sobre los angeles importancia de los angeles familia y sobre los lazos culturales y los valores del viejo mundo que supieron fusionar con los del nuevo mundo para alcanzar el prometido sueño americano.

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New PDF release: Het theemeisje van Yunnan (Dutch Edition)

By Lisa See

Li-yan woont met haar familie in de afgelegen chinese language bergen van Yunnan. Hun levens zijn al generaties lang afgestemd op tradities en het verbouwen van thee. Op een dag verschijnt er een vreemdeling in het dorp. Zijn komst is de eerste onverbiddelijke stap op weg naar het moderne leven. Li-yan gaat voor hem werken. Wanneer ze zwanger raakt, vertrekt ze naar de grote stad en besluit haar child te laten adopteren.

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Read e-book online Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois PDF

By Sophie Perinot

It's the iciness of 1564 and the attractive younger Princess Margot is summoned to her mother's family, the place her real schooling starts off in earnest. recognized throughout Europe as Madame l. a. Serpente, Queen Catherine is an intimidating and unmoving presence in France, at the same time her state recovers from the 1st of many devastating non secular wars. one of the artful the Aristocracy of Queen Catherine's royal courtroom, Margot learns the exciting and unstated principles she needs to stay by means of to delight her manipulative family.

Eager to be an obedient daughter, Margot embraces her position as a pawn to be married off to the handiest bidder. regardless of her loyalty, Margot reveals herself charmed via the robust and charismatic Duc de Guise and falls for him while she is promised to a different. ultimately atmosphere apart her happiness for responsibility, Margot leaves the guy she loves for Henri of Navarre, a Huguenot chief and a infamous heretic. but Queen Catherine's schemes are unending, and Margot's brother plots vengeance within the streets of Paris. pressured to select from her relations and what is correct, Margot ultimately reveals the power inside of herself to forge her personal destiny.

Médicis Daughter is old fiction at its best, weaving a different coming-of-age tale and a forbidden love with probably the most dramatic and violent occasions in French history.

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The Hanging of Father Miguel (An Evans Novel of the West) - download pdf or read online

By M. A. Armen

War had killed ‘Glint’ McClain’s style for gunfighting. possibly because of this a tender hardcase may top the well-known gunman and go away him for lifeless at the parched floor of the Arizona wilderness. Father Miguel unearths McClain and nurses him again to health and wellbeing. To pay off this kindness, McClain has the same opinion to struggle off the Lathrops, neighborhood mine proprietors who're enslaving the Indians in Miguel’s parish.

Yet regardless of his solid Samaritan methods, the townspeople wish Father Miguel dead—he brings not anything yet hassle, they are saying. And now, the Indians worry him too. Is Father Miguel a guy of God or Father Diablo, a mendacity dishonest scoundrel? McClain needs to take the degree of his savior, prior to he can take target on the precise enemy.

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New PDF release: The Blue Stain: A Novel of a Racial Outcast (Studies in

By Hugo Bettauer,Peter Höyng,Chauncey J. Mellor Afterword by Kenneth R. Janken

Hugo Bettauer's The Blue Stain, a singular of racial blending and "passing," starts off and results in Georgia but in addition takes the reader to Vienna and big apple. First released in 1922, the unconventional tells thestory of Carletto, son of a white eu educational and an African American daughter of former slaves, who, having handed as white in Europe and fled to the United States after wasting his fortune, resists being obvious as "black" prior to eventually accepting that id and becoming a member of the early flow for civil rights. by no means ahead of translated into English, this is often the 1st novel within which a German-speaking eu writer addresses early twentieth-century racial politics within the usa - not just within the South but additionally within the North. there's a sarcasm, besides the fact that: whereas Bettauer's narrative goals to sanction a white/European egalitarianism with recognize to race, it however indicates its personal model of racism by way of saying that African americans want wide enculturation sooner than they're to be valuedas humans. the radical as a result serves as a special historic account of transnational and transcultural racial attitudes of the interval that proceed to reverberate in our current globalized world.

Hugo Bettauer (1872-1925) was once a prolific Austrian author and journalist, a truly early sufferer of the Nazis. Peter Höyng is affiliate Professor of German stories at Emory college. Chauncey J. Mellor is Professor of German on the college of Tennessee, Knoxville. Kenneth R. Janken is Professor of African American and Diaspora experiences on the college of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

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Download e-book for iPad: The Diamond Hitch: Selected and Introduced by Molly Gloss by Frank O'Rourke,Molly Gloss

By Frank O'Rourke,Molly Gloss

Based at the lifetime of bronc rider Doughbelly expense, The Diamond Hitch tells the tale of Dewey Jones, western cowman and rodeo hooligan, as he travels the circuit through the Southwest looking for that one giant handbag that would punch his price ticket out of rodeo bumming and right into a extra basic existence. O’Rourke successfully conjures up the points of interest, sounds and scents of the cowboy approach offering an unvarnished glimpse into this vanished approach of life.

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Download e-book for iPad: Splendid Isolation: The Jekyll Island Millionaires' Club by Pamela Bauer Mueller

By Pamela Bauer Mueller

An old Novel

Untamed, and almost unchanged given that its discovery in 1733 through normal James Oglethorpe, Jekyll Island’s background unfolds with the thrill and suspense of a fairy story.

Because such a lot of of the world’s maximum minds and financial institution money owed collected jointly in digital isolation for 3 months every year, heritage used to be made on Jekyll Island. a bunch of tycoons with surnames similar to Rockefeller, Morgan, Vanderbilt, Pulitzer, Baker and others shaped their specific Millionaires’ membership in this island hideaway—the richest and so much inaccessible membership of that time.

Between 1888 and 1942, Jekyll Island used to be open in basic terms to membership individuals’ households and their site visitors for looking, stress-free and enjoying in sumptuous ease. during this sweeping old saga, you can find the Millionaires’ joys, tribulations, and deeply guarded secrets—told in the course of the specified voices of 4 membership staff. during this real tale of the island getaway that provided them sovereignty, notice how the choices of those robust males replaced the face of worldwide funds, enterprise and politics as they outfitted smooth the USA.

The richest humans on the planet, during the eyes of the folk whose paychecks they signal. "Splendid Isolation: The Jekyll Island Millionaire's membership 1888-1942" tells the story of 4 staff of an specific membership of Jekyll's island, a Millionaire's membership choked with names corresponding to Morgan, Pulitzer, Vanderbilt, between many others. This island grew to become so exclus"Splendid Isolation" is a superb selection and fascinating examining utilizing the characters of the nice tycoons of a century ago.
Midwest e-book Review

Jekyll Island is a small islet off the coast of Georgia, which among the years 1888 and 1942 was once the positioning of an particular membership and hotel of America's wealthiest and robust males. whereas "Splendid Isolation" may be the ordinary story of princes and relaxation, Mueller opens the heritage of this island through the use of staff of the grounds to relate the story of the increase and fall of the hotel. a local of Georgia, Mueller's love for the nation, its tradition, and its peoples shine via and her effortless, unrushed tone is soothing. She additionally proves that the lads and ladies who populated the remoted retreat have been greater than their wealth: for instance, the us' Federal Reserve had its roots in mystery conferences hung on the island among contributors. one other plus is the outline of the beautiful surroundings and natural world preserved at the island. although the fictionalized narrative shape may possibly make "Splendid Isolation" seem a piece trivial beside different non-fiction works at the island, Mueller's enthusiasm for Georgia heritage is infectious, and the publication is a wonderful buy for these drawn to the Gilded Age and in Georgia.
Angela Tate/Sacramento publication evaluation

“There’s without doubt Pamela should be within the operating for Georgia writer of the 12 months in 2010 for her most up-to-date booklet, "Splendid Isolation." Pam spins an interesting story concerning the strong financiers chasing the yankee entrepreneurial dream after which stress-free undisturbed, at their prestigious iciness hideaway in Jekyll Island. through mixing truth with fiction, she brings heritage to lifestyles and turns the prior right into a dynamic position detailing how the island turned an immense participant in international occasions. This publication will function an excellent reminder of a beautiful position that can have simply been known as Camelot.”
Cary Knapp/librarian/Georgia’s Coastal Illustrated

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Download e-book for kindle: Miami Gundown: A Western Story by Michael Zimmer

By Michael Zimmer

“Zimmer demonstrates why he’s one of many extra attention-grabbing voices in Western fiction.” —Booklist

“I've received whatever i would like to assert correct up front,” says Boone McCallister, as he speaks into an Edison Dictaphone in 1937, “and that's that i didn't feed David Klee to an alligator. That damned rumor has hounded me my entire life.”

Back in 1864, along with his father long past to struggle for the South, younger Boone embarks on a farm animals force with the McCallister’s Flat Iron Ranch in pioneer Florida, sending a herd of livestock to the Gulf port south of Tampa. in addition to navigating risky livestock nation, the headstrong, naïve Boone encounters vengeful Yankees, orders a dangling, braves alligators, and springs into touch with a gaggle of swamp outlaws, the Klees, which starts off a high priced feud among the 2 families.

When the Klees pillage and set fireplace to the Flat Iron Ranch, additionally they kidnap a comely slave woman, Lena. opposed to the chances, Boone needs to lead an operation to get her again, resulting in a showdown in the course of unusual and unsettled outlaw territory that might at some point turn into Miami.

Skyhorse Publishing is proud to put up a wide variety of books for readers drawn to fiction that happens within the outdated West. Westerns—books approximately outlaws, sheriffs, chiefs and warriors, cowboys and Indians—are a style within which we submit frequently. Our checklist contains overseas bestselling authors like Zane grey and Louis L’Amour, and lots of extra. whereas no longer each name we submit turns into a New York Times bestseller or a countrywide bestseller, we're dedicated to books on matters which are occasionally missed and to authors whose paintings will possibly not differently discover a home.

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Read e-book online Leather to Steel PDF

By Clint Goodwin

event background throughout the eyes of brave horses whose herds have been torn aside throughout the nice conflict. black stallions are stuck up within the fog-of-war wearing cavalrymen in the direction of victory and defeat. just one comes domestic.

Leather to metal highlights the struggles among American neutrality and eu aggression through the early 20th Century. the tale traces weave jointly households attached via their pasts. The Indian Wars veteran —Jeremiah— attempting to bring up a multi-race family members in a white man’s global. the rich spinster —Allison— whose tenacious selection for equality unearths her real love on ecu battlefields. An period of desperation the place a childless couple is blessed with the orphans of conflict.

The book’s characters’ undergo trials and tribulations skilled scuffling with for freedom; as I did combating along very courageous women and men in the course of Operation Iraqi Freedom. This post-war undertaking gave me one other chance to soundly exhibit undesirable emotions during the eyes of a horse. Writing remains to be really healing.

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ANTHONY THARPE's FOR WHITE EYES ONLY: THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE PDF

By ANTHONY THARPE

it really is with and in help of reminding the area of the affliction and brutal dehumanizing remedy of the folks of the Continent referred to now as Africa and their descendants that those verses are written.
It is essentially was hoping that through retaining alive their reports, in addition to the hopes of either those that have been enslaved handed, in addition to these almost immediately entrapped through a process of principles, equivalent in weight and brutality to the previous, will lead to the progressive flow through these oppressed, in addition to, these concerned with the oppression of the oppressed, to break this merciless process pushed purely via greed and the will to set up and hold a synthetic approach in addition to prestige of superiority of “A” guy over “A” people.
The monster of grasping exploitation, disguised in what's perceived in any respect degrees of our society as being democratic and democratic governism, has to be made to stop, for if allowed to thrive, will proceed to deliver humanized carnage over the complete universe as we all know it.
The message right here, is should you and that proceed to intentionally continue those reins of oppression, remodeling itself into Racism, round the throats of these who regularly and traditionally have had their lives as unfastened humans thoroughly ruled and destroyed by means of this brutal approach, will give a contribution to their very own brutal self-destruction. For brutality breeds brutality. Inflecting of planned discomfort will lead to the expansion of planned really good hatred.

Anthony Tharpe

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