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History of Needham Massachusetts 1711 1911

History of Needham  Massachusetts  1711 1911 Author George Kuhn Clarke
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044024592164
Release 1912
Pages 746
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Catalog of copyright entries

Catalog of copyright entries Author
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044049966583
Release 1912
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The catalog to the circulating collection of the New England Historic Genealogical Society

The catalog to the circulating collection of the New England Historic Genealogical Society Author New England Historic Genealogical Society
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105012057985
Release 1978
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The ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton 1878 1908

The ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton  1878 1908 Author Dean Crawford Smith
ISBN-10 WISC:89076969294
Release 2000
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Quarterly List of New Books

Quarterly List of New Books Author Public Library of Brookline
ISBN-10 MINN:31951D00317645J
Release 1912
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Catalog of Copyright Entries

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ISBN-10 UIUC:30112100650024
Release 1912-10
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The Publishers Weekly

The Publishers Weekly Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015033468003
Release 1912-07
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The Microbook Library of American Civilization Subject catalog

The Microbook Library of American Civilization  Subject catalog Author Library Resources, inc
ISBN-10 PSU:000043675135
Release 1972
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Guide to Reprints

Guide to Reprints Author Albert James Diaz
ISBN-10 3598238967
Release 2001
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Guide to Reprints

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ISBN-10 OSU:32435073576563
Release 2006
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History of the Town of Wellesley Massachusetts

History of the Town of Wellesley  Massachusetts Author Joseph Emery Fiske
ISBN-10 HARVARD:32044013680848
Release 1917
Pages 92
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Access for All

Access for All Author K. H. Schaeffer
ISBN-10 0231051654
Release 1980
Pages 182
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Leaves of the Same Tree

Leaves of the Same Tree Author Leonard Y. Andaya
ISBN-10 9780824831899
Release 2008-01
Pages 320
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Despite the existence of about a thousand ethnolinguistic groups in Southeast Asia, very few historians of the region have engaged the complex issue of ethnicity. Leaves of the Same Tree takes on this concept and illustrates how historians can use it both as an analytical tool and as a subject of analysis to add further depth to our understanding of Southeast Asian pasts. Following a synthesis of some of the major issues in the complex world of ethnic theory, the author identifies two general principles of particular value for this study: the ideas that ethnic identity is an ongoing process and that the boundaries of a group undergo continual if at times imperceptible change based on perceived advantage. The Straits of Melaka for much of the past two millennia offers an ideal testing ground to better understand the process of ethnic formation. The straits forms the primary waterway linking the major civilizations to the east and west of Southeast Asia, and the flow of international trade through it was the lifeblood of the region. Privileging ethnicity as an analytical tool, the author examines the ethnic groups along the straits to document the manner in which they responded to the vicissitudes of the international marketplace. Earliest and most important were the Malayu (Malays), whose dominance in turn contributed to the ethnicization of other groups in the straits. By deliberately politicizing differences within their own ethnic community, the Malayu encouraged the emergence of new ethnic categories, such as the Minangkabau, the Acehnese, and, to a lesser extent, the Batak. The Orang Laut and the Orang Asli, on the other hand, retained their distinctive cultural markers because a separate yet complementary identity proved to be economically and socially advantageous for them. Ethnic communities are shown as fluid and changing, exhibiting a porosity and flexibility that suited the mandala communities of Southeast Asia. Leaves of the Same Tree demonstrates how problematizing ethnicity can offer a more nuanced view of ethnic relations in a region that boasts one of the greatest diversities of language and culture in the world. Creative and challenging, this book uncovers many new questions that should revitalize and reorient the historiography of Southeast Asia.



A History of Science in Society

A History of Science in Society Author Lesley Cormack
ISBN-10 9781442635012
Release 2016-08-12
Pages 464
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A History of Science in Society is a concise overview that introduces complex ideas in a non-technical fashion. Ede and Cormack trace the history of the changing place of science in society and explore the link between the pursuit of knowledge and the desire to make that knowledge useful. New topics in this edition include astronomy and mathematics in ancient Mayan society, science and technology in ancient India and China, and Islamic cartography. New "Connections" features provide in-depth exploration of the ways science and society interconnect. The text is accompanied by 55 colour maps and diagrams, and 8 colour plates highlighting key concepts and events. Essay questions, chapter timelines, a further readings section, and an index provide additional support for students. A companion reader edited by the authors, A History of Science in Society: A Reader, is also available.



The Gove Book

The Gove Book Author William Henry Gove
ISBN-10 1332132804
Release 2015-08-04
Pages 754
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Excerpt from The Gove Book: History and Genealogy of the American Family of Gove, and Notes of European Goves Interest in the preparation of the Gove genealogy was aroused to a very limited extent nearly a hundred years ago; but Humphrey Nichols Gove (No. 468) was the first person known to have begun such a compilation. Others later became interested in collecting material of the branches with which they were intimately connected. The first attempt to make a complete genealogy of the family was begun by Ira Gove (No. 533) of Weare, N. H., about the beginning of the Civil War. His arranged manuscript was finally prepared in book form, which numbered some two hundred and fifty pages of foolscap size and shape. Sometime before his death, which occurred in 1891, when he was eighty-six years of age, he placed it, together with his correspondence and notes, in the possession of Hon. William Henry Gove (No. 1967) of Salem, Mass. The latter continued the researches of Ira Gove, and increased the extent of the work until in 1901 he had tripled the collated material by his personal labor and paid assistance, by examination of records and correspondence, in Europe and America. He caused to be examined the vital records of many towns in New England and thousands of directories of cities and towns in various sections of the United States for names, addresses and occupations of Goves, and visited many of the families in remote sections. Subsequently, he began a systematic arrangement of all the material that had been gathered, and had it nearly completed at the time of his decease, in the spring of 1920. Mrs. Gove, his widow, has caused the work to be completed, and by her generosity this volume now appears in the form in which Mr. Gove would have issued it if he had lived a little longer. It has cost Mr. and Mrs. Gove many thousands of dollars, only a small part of which will be refunded through sales. The successful prosecution of a great work which Mr. Gove sought so many years to attain will be Mrs. Gove's reward. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.



Community by Design

Community by Design Author Keith N. Morgan
ISBN-10 1558499768
Release 2012
Pages 302
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In 1883, Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. moved from New York City to Brookline, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb that annointed itself the "richest town in the world." For the next half century, until his son Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. relocated to California in 1936, the Olmsted firm received over 150 local commissions, serving as the dominant force in the planned development of this community. From Fairsted, the Olmsteds' Brookline home and office, the firm collaborated with an impressive galaxy of suburban neighbors who were among the regional and national leaders in the fields of architecture and horticulture, among them Henry Hobson Richardson and Charles Sprague Sargent. Through plans for boulevards and parkways, residential subdivisions, institutional commissions, and private gardens, the Olmsted firm carefully guided the development of the town, as they designed cities and suburbs across America. While Olmsted Sr. used landscape architecture as his vehicle for development, his son and namesake saw Brookline as grounds for experiment in the new profession of city and regional planning, a field that he was helping to define and lead. Little has been published on the importance of Brookline as a laboratory and model for the Olmsted firm's work. This beautifully illustrated book provides important new perspective on the history of planning in the United States and illuminates an aspect of the Olmsted office that has not been well understood.



The Language Wars

The Language Wars Author Henry Hitchings
ISBN-10 9781429995030
Release 2011-10-25
Pages 416
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The English language is a battlefield. Since the age of Shakespeare, arguments over correct usage have been bitter, and have always really been about contesting values-morality, politics, and class. The Language Wars examines the present state of the conflict, its history, and its future. Above all, it uses the past as a way of illuminating the present. Moving chronologically, the book explores the most persistent issues to do with English and unpacks the history of "proper" usage. Where did these ideas spring from? Who has been on the front lines in the language wars? The Language Wars examines grammar rules, regional accents, swearing, spelling, dictionaries, political correctness, and the role of electronic media in reshaping language. It also takes a look at such details as the split infinitive, elocution, and text messaging. Peopled with intriguing characters such as Jonathan Swift, Lewis Carroll, and Lenny Bruce, The Language Wars is an essential volume for anyone interested in the state of the English language today or its future.