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Thirty-six Years in the White House (1902)
Thomas Franses Pendel - 2016
Pendel's attention. It is very interesting and throws many sidelights on the life of the White House. Pendel writes: "In 1861, or 1862, the Metropolitan Police was established by Congress at the Capital, and I made application for and received an appointment on the force. I made the first arrest, with the assistance of "Buck" Essex. The case was that of a fellow named Grady, one of the English Hill toughs. A roundsman said to us, "Boys, you take a walk down Seventh Street, and if you see anything going on, take a hand in it." Just as we got opposite the Patent Office, this Grady had assaulted, or rather was assaulting, a young fellow with a whip. I went up and grabbed him and put him under arrest, then took him to Squire Dunn's court and preferred charges against him. The Squire was busy writing for some time. When he got through he handed me the paper he was writing, and I was so green at the business I did not know what it was, so said: "What is this, Squire?" He replied, "Why, that is the paper of commitment for this fellow. Take him to jail." "On November 3, 1864, Sergeant John Cronin, Alfonso Dunn, Andrew Smith, and myself were ordered to report at the First Precinct, in the old City Hall, at one o'clock in the afternoon. We supposed we were to be detailed for detective work in New York City on account of the great riot then on there, especially as we were ordered to report in citizens' clothes, to conceal our revolvers, and to be sure to have them all clean and in good order. We arrived at the City Hall, and then were told where we were to go, which was to the President's Mansion, there to report to Marshal Lanham, at that time United States Marshal of the District of Columbia, and a bosom friend of Abraham Lincoln. "These were days that tried men's hearts, and women's, too. Men were falling at the front by hundreds, both in the Union and in the Confederate armies. There was weeping and mourning all over the land. Our nation was trembling with anxiety; we were all hoping that the great strife was over or soon to be. "Marshal Lanham took us upstairs and into the President's office, where we were introduced to him and to his two secretaries, Mr. Nicolay and Mr. Hay, the latter now being Secretary of State. We were then instructed to keep a sharp lookout in the different parts of the house, more particularly in the East Room and at the door of the President's office. " CONTENTS I — Under President Lincoln II — Under President Johnson III — Under President Grant IV — Under President Hayes V — Under President Garfield VI — Under President Arthur VII — Under President Cleveland VIII — Under President Harrison IX — Cleveland's Second Administration X— Under President McKinley XI — Furniture in Executive Mansion Originally published in 1902; reformatted for the Kindle; may contain an occasional imperfections; original spellings have been kept in place.
Marshall William Fishwick - 2017
They would establish a British colony, find gold, and discover a water route to Asia. But what awaited them was far different - fire, hunger, sickness, death, even cannibalism. Here, from the noted historian Marshall W. Fishwick, is the dramatic story of Jamestown and the struggle of its leader, Captain John Smith, who, with the help of Pocahontas, daughter of the Algonquian chief Powhatan, succeeded against all odds.
Fantastic Facts about the Oregon Trail
Michael Trinklein - 2012
Read all about these fantastic facts--and dozens of others--in this fun-to-read book.Did you know that some pioneers took a "shortcut" to Oregon that took them perilously close to Antarctica? Or that ferryboat operators on the Oregon Trail could earn nearly $2,000 per day? Or that many pioneers found ice in the middle of the blazing hot desert? It's all true! An entertaining read for young people or anyone interested in the great western journey.
Gettysburg: A Lovely Summer Morning (Illustrated)
Frank A. Haskell - 2011
Haskell is one of the most moving, and honest accounts of battle ever written. Gettysburg: A Lovely Summer Morning is a compilation of vintage civil war photos, Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, and a letter written by Franklin Aretas Haskell, Aide-de-camp to General John Gibbon. Haskell's letter was first published in 1898 as a book entitled The Battle of Gettysburg. Haskell wrote the letter to his brother shortly after his participation in the Battle of Gettysburg. He did not intend for it to be published commercially.
Donna Leon's Inspector Guido Brunetti Series updated 2017 listed in best reading order with Summaries and Checklist: Includes The Waters of Eternal Youth and Earthly Remains
Avid Reader - 2017
Don’t miss a single Donna Leon Brunetti book and read them all in order.More than just a list, each Brunetti novel listed includes a summary. This is exactly the reference you need to make sure you don’t miss a book or story and you get a chance to read each one in the best reading orderGuido Brunetti novels are listed im best reading order, chronological order, with a summaries, a checklist, and links to purchase from Amazon. Complete and accurateMade for KindleMore than just a list A great reference for Donna Leon FansBooks and stories listed by publication dateEach is shown with their numerical place in each seriesEvery book and story includes a short summary At the end of this quick reference guide is a simple checklist of all the Guido Brunetti books and stories. Use your Kindle highlighting feature to mark of the stories you’ve completed.COPYRIGHT COMPLIANCE: No portions of the books mentioned have been reproduced here other than book and story titles and short summaries, which is in compliance with the United States Copyright Office circular 34. Scroll up and grab a copy today.
How To Make Whiskey: A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Whiskey
Bryan Davis - 2013
A fun read, salt and peppered, with the science behind distilling. This authoritative guide book introduces whiskey-making in a easy step-by-step process.
Another 365 Things People Believe That Aren't True (The Misconception Trilogy Book 3)
James Egan - 2015
James Bond isn't a secret agent. The funny bone isn't a bone. E-readers like the Kindle were invented in 1949. Slavery has never been more common as it is today. Neanderthals were extremely smart and were able to speak. Vikings invented rap battles. Natural oranges aren't orange. Rats didn't cause the Black Death. Halitosis doesn't exist. Buddhists don't worship Buddha. Everyone mispronounces "Nutella." St. Patrick wasn't Irish. There has never been 50 states in the United States. Selfies aren't a recent fad. They have existed since 1839. Guardian angels aren't mentioned in the Bible. A comatose person can speak and walk around. Nicotine doesn't cause cancer.
Alaska Challenge: A Journey Through Uncharted Wilderness Leading to a New Life in a New Land
Ruth Albee - 2020
Adorable Fat Girl Shares her Weight-Loss tips: My Five Rules to Lose 40lbs
Bernice Bloom - 2017
She's funny, gorgeous and bonkers and when the series starts, she's seriously overweight. She heads for Fat Club and slowly starts to lose weight. The novels tell the tales of the fun she has and the people she meets as she battles the pounds, but as well as having a crazy amount of fun, she also loses weight...a massive 40lbs!! How did she do it? Here in this mini book - for the first time - she describes the rules that helped her. Also included are the stories of readers who have written in to share their weight loss stories. This is a kind approach to weight loss. It's about learning to love yourself as you shift the pounds. It worked for Mary Brown and everyone at Fat Club (even Ted who can't go a day without a bag of chips and thinks a pint isn't a pint without a bag of pork scratchings). I hope it works for you, and I hope you enjoy it, Bernie xx
Funny Quotes: 560 Humorous Sayings that Will Keep You Laughing Even After Reading Them
Saeed Sikiru - 2014
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Amazon Prime and Kindle Lending Library: Kindle Unlimited: Get Your Money's Worth from Amazon Prime (Free books, Free Movie, Prime Music, Free audio, Beginners ... Library, Free books, Free Movie Book 1)
Andrew Jones - 2015
You will save 33% with this offer. Please hurry up!Have you ever considered signing up to Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited? Are you already a member of one of these schemes but want to learn how to make the most of your membership? If so then look no further than this book, which offers readers first-hand advice on the benefits and pitfalls of Amazon Prime, as well as a comprehensive guide to how to make the most of your membership.In today's age it can be a daunting prospect when faced with various different offers, subscriptions and devices to know which will provide the best value for money as well as deliver the most high quality service. As our lives becoming increasingly technological, and we move towards using electronic devices, we face even more choice. These choices can have a significant impact on our finances, and choosing the best option will avoid the risk of signing up to expensive or hard to break contracts.This book includes: Introduction The History of Amazon An Overview of Amazon Prime Amazon Instant Video Prime Music Kindle Unlimited Conclusion Download your copy of "Amazon Prime and Kindle Lending Library" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button. Tags: Amazon Prime, amazon prime lending library, amazon prime membership, lending library for prime members, lending library, prime lending library, free books, Prime Subscription, Kindle Owners With Amazon Prime, Kindle Owners, Free Ebooks, free TV Series, free Movie, ULTIMATE Guide for Beginners, ULTIMATE Guide, Beginners Guide, Prime Music, Amazon Prime and Kindle Lending Library
Lisa Gardner Series Order & Checklist: Detective D.D. Warren Series, FBI Profiler Series, Tessa Leoni Series, All Other Novels & Alicia Scott Books
ReadList - 2015
A quick-reference title checklist made for your kindle - Lisa Gardner book list in order. ALL novels in ALL series. Includes short stories, where to find them and where they fit in the series, as well as all stand-alone books.- FREE with your Kindle Unlimited Subscription- Automatic updates with each new book release- All series, short stories, and stand-alone worksCONVENIENT ON YOUR KINDLE- Tap open just like other books on your kindle instead of searching through websites and hoping they are up-to-date.- Check off the books you've read: Tap the book title and choose highlight from the pop-up.AUTOMATIC UPDATES:- This list is updated each time Lisa Gardner releases a new book.- Kindle Unlimited subscribers: Get your updated list by simply returning this booklet to the Cloud. When you need it again later, retrieve it and the updates will be there.- Buyers: Turn on Auto Updates for your device. When Amazon pushes the updated list through, your list will update to the latest version.COPYRIGHT COMPLIANCE: This is a title list only. In reading order. No portions of the books mentioned have been reproduced here. It complies with United States Copyright Office circular 34.THIS CHECKLIST COVERS ALL OF LISA GARDNER'S WORKS, INCLUDING PEN-NAME ALICIA SCOTTDetective D.D. Warren SeriesTessa Leoni SeriesFBI ProfilerFamily Secrets TrilogyThe Guiness Gang TrilogyStand Alone NovelsB000APTQPU
FREE Kindle Books (Free Kindle Book Guide)
E.L. Williams - 2011
There's no fluff here!Just a easy-to-understand and implement guide that will have you downloading and reading Kindle books in a matter of minutes. All without ever paying a cent.Just because Kindle and e-books are a potential billion dollar business doesn't mean they have to cost you a fortune.There are thousands, even millions, of freely available books for your Kindle available at this very second, you just have to know how to find them. With this guide you will be able to do so like a pro!Great for students and readers of all ages.Grab your copy today and start downloading free kindle books in a matter of minutes!(It may not even take you that long!)****UPDATED FOR AMAZON UK USERS!!!!****
Hugh Glass, a Revenant: The "true" story of Hugh Glass and the Grizzly (Campfire Tales Book 1)
Robert Dwyer - 2015
First in the Campfire Tales series that includes stories of western men like Hugh Glass and John Colter.
Alexa: 1001 Tips and Tricks How To Use Your Amazon Alexa devices
Alexa Adams - 2017
From shopping, to even getting information on flight times, to even tracking when to walk your dog, Alexa can do this. With over 23,000 skills and more being developed each day, Alexa is here to stay and is here to help you. But what can you do with Alexa? What are some of the abilities of Alexa that you can engage in, some that you can use to truly benefit yourself and others? Well, you’re about to find out. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: All of the different Echo devices and what they entail Various tips on how to use them all Tips to use the various features, including shopping Troubleshooting tips in order to have the best Amazon Echo experience Why you might consider getting one over another The capabilities of Alexa, including a whole slew of various things you can inquire from Alexa A comprehensive list of 1001 things to do with Alexa, including valuable tips and tricks You can become the Echo master that you know you can be, and this book is just the beginning of it all. With this, you’ll be able to control your Echo in the way that it’s meant to be, in the ways that you want it to be, and the different natures of this. Become the person that you want to be today, and make sure that you learn about your Echo, since you truly won’t regret it the moment you begin to use it, and you’ll master it even more with every interaction.