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|Author||: Wendy Lea Thomas|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
When Aria Mason discovers Avery Jameson's hidden world she's intrigued, but it makes her realize she doesn't know as much about Avery as she thought. Camp Paramore is a secret playland for the world's rich and famous and she's not in their league. Aria quickly learns there is a darker side to Camp Paramore, where houseboys and housegirls are paired with celebrities to make their fantasies come true, and when the world's biggest movie star comes to visit, Aria's whole world begins to unravel. Dorian Macallan is a hot British actor, and A-list movie star. Soon after meeting Aria, Dorian enters into negotiations with Avery to become the spokesperson for Jameson International, but before he agrees, he has one condition. He wants Aria. She would do anything to help Avery, but will it be worth it if she loses him in the process and risks exposing Camp Paramore to the world?
|Author||: Kirk Jenkins|
|Editor||: University Press of Kentucky|
" The Battle Rages Higher tells, for the first time, the story of the Fifteenth Kentucky Infantry, a hard-fighting Union regiment raised largely from Louisville and the Knob Creek valley where Abraham Lincoln lived as a child. Although recruited in a slave state where Lincoln received only 0.9 percent of the 1860 presidential vote, the men of the Fifteenth Kentucky fought and died for the Union for over three years, participating in all the battles of the Atlanta campaign, as well as the battles of Perryville, Stones River and Chickamauga. Using primary research, including soldiers’ letters and diaries, hundreds of contemporary newspaper reports, official army records, and postwar memoirs, Kirk C. Jenkins vividly brings the Fifteenth Kentucky Infantry to life. The book also includes an extensive biographical roster summarizing the service record of each soldier in the thousand-member unit. Kirk C. Jenkins, a descendant of the Fifteenth Kentucky's Captain Smith Bayne, is a partner in a Chicago law firm. Click here for Kirk Jenkins' website and more information about the 15th Kentucky Infantry.
|Author||: Wendy Lea Thomas|
|Editor||: Camp Jameson|
This Book is part of The Camp Jameson Series.It's best to read them in order as follows: Camp Jameson. Sara & Colt Novella. Camp Paramore. It's spring break and Sara and Colt are looking forward to a little rest and relaxation. But Sara's dreams of spending a restful week with Colt are interrupted by a phone call from her mother Charlotte. Sara's dad has had a heart attack in Pittsburgh.When Sara and Colt rush to his side, Colt runs into his friend Nate Gregor. A chance encounter that sends Sara and Colt on a quest for a very rare bottle of whiskey and a promise to deliver that bottle to a giant party Nate is having at the end of week at KSU. A party that may include a visit from one of the world's biggest movie stars Dorian Macallan. Colt soon finds out that promises are harder to keep than they are to make, and while he tries to locate the rare spirit, Sara has to deal with her Mother Charlotte, who's personality rivals that of a hurricane and who intends on throwing a huge party even though it threatens the life of Sara's father Henry. Meanwhile, Sara and Colt's quest leads them to none other than Billionaire Avery Jameson the owner of Camp Jameson.As Colt introduces Sara to the hidden world of Camp Jameson, their adventure once again unravels by a surprise visit from Colt's ex-girlfriend Kyra, who has tracked them to the secret camp, and tries desperately to win Colt back as she threatens to derail their quest entirely.Will Sara and Colt be able to find a rare bottle of whiskey in time to make it to the party? Will Kyra succeed in winning back the heart of her lost love Colt? And what happens when Sara and Colt convince their friend Aria to go to the biggest party of the year and meet their friend Nate?Find out in this exciting prequel to the runaway smash hit: The Camp Jameson Series. .Mature Audiences Only!
|Author||: Henry Hitchcock|
|Editor||: U of Nebraska Press|
“Tomorrow morning we set out on a campaign which will be remembered. God grant it aid to bring to a speedy end this terrible and lamentable war!” So wrote Major Henry Hitchcock on the eve of General William Sherman’s epic march across Georgia to the sea. Hitchcock, a new member of Sherman’s staff, was right about the fame, or infamy, that would attach to the campaign. His diaries and letters describe at first hand the destructive swath Sherman’s army cut through Georgia and the Carolinas. The major, religious and trained in the law, watches the burning and pillage with as much sorrow as satisfaction. If his sympathy for the Southern people is strong, so is his devotion to the Union and its unstoppable general.
History of the service of the Third Ohio veteran volunteer cavalry in the war for the preservation of the Union from 1861 1865
|Author||: R.O. Cavalry|
|Editor||: Рипол Классик|
Compiled from the official records and from diaries of members of the regiment by Sergt. Thos. Crofts, Company C, regimental historian.
The War of the Rebellion Formal reports both Union and Confederate of the first seizures of United States property in the Southern States 53 v in 111
|Author||: United States. War Department|
Series I: Contains the formal reports, both Union and Confederate, of the first seizures of United States property in the Southern States, and of all military operations in the field, with the correspondence, orders, and returns relating specially thereto, and, as proposed is to be accompanied by an Atlas. In this series the reports will be arranged according to the campaigns and several theaters of operations (in the chronological order of the events), and the Union reports of any event will, as a rule, be immediately followed by the Confederate accounts. The correspondence, etc., not embraced in the "reports" proper will follow (first Union and next Confederate) in chronological order. Volume XIV. 1885. (Vol. 14, Chap. 26) Chapter XXVI - Operations on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia, and Middle and East Florida. Apr 12, 1862-Jun 11, 1863.
The War of the Rebellion v 1 53 serial no 1 111 Formal reports both Union and Confederate of the first seizures of United States property in the southern states and of all military operations in the field with the correspondence orders and returns relating specially thereto 1880 1898 111v
|Author||: United States. War Dept|
History of the Service of the Third Ohio Veteran Volunteer Cavalry in the War for the Preservation of the Union from 1861 1865
Public Works for Water Pollution Control and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1973
|Author||: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations|
Contested Election Case of John M Clayton Vs C R Breckinridge from the Second Congressional District of Arkansas
|Author||: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Elections|
|Author||: Olivia Paramore Head|
This thesis offers an evaluation of the historic significance of an early-twentieth-century all-girls' camp from the perspective of gender theory and feminism. To accomplish this evaluation, this work specifically examines the case of Camp Merrie-Woode, and all-girls' camp, in Sapphire, North Carolina. It explores the impact of gender norms and relations on the development and preservation of the spatial organization, built environment, programming, and traditions at Camp Merrie-Woode to illuminate areas of women's history that have often been overlooked. Archival research, landscape documentation, and interviews were conducted to chronicle Camp Merrie-Woode's history, the landscape's physical changes, and its existing conditions. The study reveals that Camp Merrie-Woode is a significant cultural landscape, whose characteristics initially promoted gender equality by subtly subverting gender norms. The camp continues to empower its female campers through the preservation of its historically-significant landscape characteristics.