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CHAPTER I: MARY'S MEADOW.

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Source(s):Mary's Meadow; 3/ 1/2008, p2-46, 45p

Abstract:Chapter 1 of the book "Mary's Meadow" is presented. It explores the lawsuit between the author's father against the Old Squire, a very rich neighbor who wants to buy the two fields beyond Mary's Meadow which belong to father. It features Saxon, a yello...

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Chapter Nine.

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Source(s):Travels & Adventures of Monsieur Violet; 1/1/1843, p40-49, 10p

Abstract:Chapter Nine of the book "Travels and Adventures of Monsieur Violet" is presented. It explores the religion of the Shoshones' subdivision such as the Comanches, Apaches and Arrapahoes who believed in one God named Manitou. It highlights the arms and ac...

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CHAPTER XIII: THE HEART OF A FATHER.

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Source(s):Mary Gray; 1/ 1/1909, p55-59, 5p

Abstract:Chapter 13 of the book "Mary Gray" is presented. It explores the feelings of General Drummond towards his sister-in-law where he and her daughter Nelly had hardly ever had a thought of certain affection grew up on Nelly's part for Lady Drummond. It cit...

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CHAPTER II: Lobby.

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Source(s):Badge of Infamy; 1/ 1/1963, p6-10, 5p

Abstract:Chapter II of the book "Badge of Infamy" is presented. It discusses various political and social issues such as the struggle of people for absolute freedom, the efforts of citizens to lobby for reforms and the organization of several pressure groups. I...

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CHAPTER IV.

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Source(s):Jane Eyre: An Autobiography; 1/1/1847, p16-26, 11p

Abstract:Chapter 4 of the book "Jane Eyre: An Autobiography" is presented. It explores the author's experience of being deprived by his aunt due to his sickness, in which he has been condemned to take meals alone and to sleep in the small closet away from his c...

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THE NEGRO QUESTION FROM THE NEGRO'S POINT OF VIEW.

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Source(s):Arena (Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation); 1/1/1891, p58-60, 3p

Abstract:The author reflects on the right of African Americans to seek social equality, education, and political participation in the U.S. He argues on the statement of white people that African Americans are incapable of self-government and in attaining high s...

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1849 BILL TO ABOLISH SLAVERY IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

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Source(s):Writings of Abraham Lincoln: Volume 2: 1843-1858; 1/1/1888, p50-51, 2p

Abstract:The article presents a bill written by Abraham Lincoln for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia in 1849. It includes an in-depth analysis of the salient sections and points of the proposed legislation, as well as a discussion of the iss...

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TO MR. A. DONALD.

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Source(s):Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Library Edition - Volume 6; 1/1/1853, p76-76, 1/3p

Abstract:A letter about the conventions that declare human rights on freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and freedom of commerce against monopolies is presented.

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