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Five Families

Author : Selwyn Raab
ISBN : 9781250101709
Genre : True Crime
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For half a century, the American Mafia outwitted, outmaneuvered, and outgunned the FBI and other police agencies, wreaking unparalleled damage on America’s social fabric and business enterprises while emerging as the nation’s most formidable crime empire. The vanguard of this criminal juggernaut is still led by the Mafia’s most potent and largest borgatas: New York’s Five Families. Five Families is the vivid story of the rise and fall of New York’s premier dons, from Lucky Luciano to Paul Castellano to John Gotti and others. This definitive history brings the reader right up to the possible resurgence of the Mafia as the FBI and local law-enforcement agencies turn their attention to homeland security and away from organized crime. This updated tenth-anniversary edition features a new preface by the author.

Five Families Mexican Case Studies In The Culture Of Poverty

Author : Oscar Lewis
ISBN : UVA:X000117907
Genre : Social Science
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97 Orchard

Author : Jane Ziegelman
ISBN : 9780061288517
Genre : History
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In 97 Orchard, Jane Ziegelman explores the culinary life that was the heart and soul of New York's Lower East Side around the turn of the twentieth century—a city within a city, where Germans, Irish, Italians, and Eastern European Jews attempted to forge a new life. Through the experiences of five families, all of them residents of 97 Orchard Street, Ziegelman takes readers on a vivid and unforgettable tour, from impossibly cramped tenement apartments, down dimly lit stairwells, beyond the front stoops where housewives congregated, and out into the hubbub of the dirty, teeming streets. Ziegelman shows how immigrant cooks brought their ingenuity to the daily task of feeding their families, preserving traditions from home but always ready to improvise. 97 Orchard lays bare the roots of our collective culinary heritage.

Justice In The Back Room

Author : Selwyn Raab
ISBN : STANFORD:36105044081367
Genre : Confession (Law).
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The House By The Lake

Author : Thomas Harding
ISBN : 9781250065063
Genre : History
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A Finalist for the Costa Book Award Longlisted for the Orwell Prize Named a Best Book of the Year by The Times (London) • New Statesman (London) • Daily Express (London) • Commonweal magazine In the summer of 1993, Thomas Harding traveled to Germany with his grandmother to visit a small house by a lake on the outskirts of Berlin. It had been her “soul place,” she said—a holiday home for her and her family, but also a refuge—until the 1930s, when the Nazis’ rise to power forced them to leave. The trip was his grandmother’s chance to remember her childhood sanctuary as it was. But the house had changed, and when Harding returned once again nearly twenty years later, it was about to be demolished. It now belonged to the government, and as Harding began to inquire about whether the house could be saved, he unearthed secrets that had lain hidden for decades. Slowly he began to piece together the lives of the five families who had lived there: a wealthy landowner, a prosperous Jewish family, a renowned composer, a widow and her children, a Stasi informant. All had made the house their home, and all but one had been forced out. The house had weathered storms, fires and abandonment, witnessed violence, betrayals and murders, and had withstood the trauma of a world war and the dividing of a nation. Breathtaking in scope and intimate in its detail, The House by the Lake is a groundbreaking and revelatory new history of Germany, told over a tumultuous century through the story of a small wooden house.

How To Bake Bread

Author : Michael Kalanty
ISBN : 0692657649
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Used as the authoritative book in hundreds of professional culinary schools' introduction to baking courses, How to Bake Bread: The Five Families of Bread� is an introduction to 50 of the world's most popular breads made with commercial yeasts, including active dry yeast, instant yeast, and baker's yeast. Includes more than 200 black and white technique photos with step-by-step instructions. Each type of bread featured in the book is grouped into one of five families based upon how the bread dough is mixed, kneaded, proofed, and baked. The families include: Lean Dough (baguettes, pretzels, bagels, and dinner rolls), the Sweet Family (cinnamon buns, panettone, babka coffee cake, stollen, and monkey bread), the Soft Dough Family (buttery dinner rolls, honey whole wheat, and pizza), the Rich Family (brioche, raisin buns, and butter bread for braiding), and finally, a family that includes focaccia, pizza variations, and cornmeal flatbreads. Learn more at www.MichaelKalanty.com.

The Haymakers

Author : Steven R. Hoffbeck
ISBN : 9780873517362
Genre : Farmers
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Making hay has always been hard work, just about the hardest work on a farm. Spanning 150 years, The Haymakers tells a story of the labor and heartbreak suffered by five families struggling to make the hay that fed their livestock, a story not just about grass, alfalfa, and clover, but also about sweat and fears, toil and loss. The Haymakers is an epic -- the history of man's struggle with nature as well as man's struggle against machines. It relates the story of farmers and their obligations to their families, to the animals they fed, and to the land they tended. Hoffbeck also documents and preserves the commonplace methods of haymaking. He describes the tools and the methods of haymaking as well as the relentless demands of the farm. Using diaries, agricultural guidebooks and personal interviews, the folkways of cutting, raking, and harvesting hay have been recorded in these chapters. In the end, this book is not so much about agricultural history as it is about family history, personal history -- how farm families survive, even persevere.

Benevolence And Betrayal

Author : Alexander Stille
ISBN : 0312421532
Genre : History
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Exploring the experiences of Italian Jews under fascism, five factual narratives and extensive interviews reconstruct Mussolini's Italy for Italian Jews from the perspectives and fates of five different Italian-Jewish families. Reprint.

Five Simple Ways To Grow A Great Family

Author : Carol Kuykendall
ISBN : 0800787617
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers advice for instilling the five key qualities of love, fun, loyalty, growth, and faith into family life.

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Author : Bianca Morse Federico
ISBN : OCLC:47919667
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