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Grandmothers On Guard

Author : Jennifer Johnson
ISBN : 9781477322758
Genre : Social Science
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For about a decade, one of the most influential forces in US anti-immigrant politics was the Minuteman Project. The armed volunteers made headlines patrolling the southern border. What drove their ethno-nationalist politics? Jennifer L. Johnson spent hundreds of hours observing and interviewing Minutemen, hoping to answer that question. She reached surprising conclusions. While the public face of border politics is hypermasculine—men in uniforms, fatigues, and suits—older women were central to the Minutemen. Women mobilized support and took part in border missions. These women compel us to look beyond ideological commitments and material benefits in seeking to understand the appeal of right-wing politics. Johnson argues that the women of the Minutemen were motivated in part by the gendered experience of aging in America. In a society that makes old women irrelevant, aging white women found their place through anti-immigrant activism, which wedded native politics to their concern for the safety of their families. Grandmothers on Guard emphasizes another side of nationalism: the yearning for inclusion. The nation the Minutemen imagined was not only a space of exclusion but also one in which these women could belong.

A Grandmother S Memoirs

Author : Helen L. Binai
ISBN : 0533121485
Genre : Cats
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Nine Hundred Grandmothers

Author : R. A. Lafferty
ISBN : 9781880448977
Genre : Fiction
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"Here at last are the finest of Lafferty's shorter works, stories about: a man who found one day that he knew absolutely everyone in the world; a race who kept their most ancient ancestors on shelves in the basements; a speeded-up world where a man could earn and lose a dozen fortunes a night; a friendly bearlike creature named Snuffles who said he was God... In all, twenty-one immensely enjoyable stories that will continue to delight you long after you've finished reading them." --Page [1].

Americans On Guard

Author : Ollie Roscoe McGuire
ISBN : UCAL:B4308557
Genre : United States
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The Grandmothers Movement

Author : May Chazan
ISBN : 9780773581784
Genre : Political Science
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At the height of the African AIDS crisis older women mobilized across two continents and an ocean of difference to change the lives of innumerable African women confronting insecurity, violence, grief, and illness. In 2006 the Stephen Lewis Foundation launched its Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, seeking to organize Canadians in solidarity with "Africa's grandmothers" - older caregivers who had lost their children to AIDS and were left to raise their grandchildren. Four years later, some 10,000 Canadians had joined the campaign. May Chazan's The Grandmothers' Movement explores the encounters, ideas, and circumstances that shaped this remarkable story of solidarity and struggle. Based on interviews, family trees, personal journals, and archival materials, Chazan provides the first analysis of the movement. Through personal reflections and powerful vignettes from nearly a decade of participation in grandmothers' lives in South Africa and Canada, she presents untold narratives and brings new humanity to the AIDS crisis in Africa. The Grandmothers' Movement tells a story of hope while challenging conventional understandings of the global AIDS response, solidarity, and old age. It is about the power of older women to alter their own lives through collective action and about the influence of transnational cooperation to effect positive global change.

A Grandmother S Old Testament Hymns

Author : Helen Schmill
ISBN : 9781462863921
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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These original hymns refl ect the strength and love received from the selected Old Testament Scriptures during Helen Schmill's lifetime, often during times of trial. The poetry is meant to be clear, easy to read. and a comfort for others in similar need. Helen credits the Holy Spirit for the work. The 79 poems were written in 20 days. She is currently at work on the companion volume, A Grandmother's New Testament Hymns.

Your Iowa Grandmother S Recipe Book

Author : Rachael Gatling
ISBN : 9781312163850
Genre : Fiction
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Every recipe has a story and every story has a secret. For folks in Tatatonka, Iowa, the best recipes in town, and therefore the best secrets, have long been kept in the coveted recipe book of local cooking legend Trudie Melody. When Trudie becomes ill, her granddaughter, successful (at least by Tatatonka standards) garden gnome maker Margot, decides it's no time to be timid and boldly asks for the recipe book. Thinking she's secured the book for herself, Margot's life goes into a tailspin when, after her grandma's death, a crooked probate lawyer determines the book will go to Sheryl, Margot's shrewd first cousin, who needs the book to bail out her flailing career. Margot's only recourse is to sue Sheryl before she can take possession of the treasured book. The courtroom takes on a voyeuristic and carnival-like atmosphere when the Judge rules to have the recipe book read aloud in order to determine the rightful owner

Grandmother S Money By The Author Of One And Twenty

Author : Frederick William Robinson
ISBN : OXFORD:600072013
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My Grandmother S Guests And Their Tales

Author : Henry Slingsby (writer of fiction.)
ISBN : OXFORD:600075958
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Milly S Hero By The Author Of Grandmother S Money

Author : Frederick William Robinson
ISBN : OXFORD:600055893
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Ladies Of Kilo

Author : Kristilynn Valdez
ISBN : 9781849914109
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DescriptionA 47-year-old single mom arrested on a warrant for shoplifting can't imagine her six days in jail will end with a slip fall into madness and near death. Get into the head of a woman with mental illness as she experiences panic attacks that morph into delusions before the eyes of jailers, nurses and inmates at a loss to help her. Cut off from the outside world, she discovers strength among the women of cellblock Kilo, who endure the emotional turmoil of incarceration every day some for months and years. Cut off from her medications, the author finds her faith in God may be the only reality that can bring her back from the brink of unintended self-destruction. She will need a miracle. About the AuthorKristiLynn Valdez was diagnosed with bipolar disorder with psychotic features in August 2009 after a manic episode nearly took her life. Born in 1962, she survived a childhood of sexual abuse and has lived most of her life with depression, panic attacks and post-traumatic stress disorder, finally being diagnosed and treated for those beginning in 1990. KristiLynn has a degree in journalism and spent 20-plus years as a newspaper reporter, editor and public relations writer. She dedicates her time to learning more about bipolar disorder, talking with those who live with manic-depression, and advocating that people with mental illnesses be treated with understanding and dignity. Please join the conversation on her twitter and blog: The Bipolar Taoist. KristiLynn lives with her daughter in Utah.

Grandmothers Incorporated

Author : L. Barnett Evans
ISBN : 0971958629
Genre : Fiction
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"When a former high school classmate dies, three ""sixty-something"" widows are determined to prove that the cause was foal play. Certain that they know they culprit, the ladies turn the lives of everyone upside down in their hilarious quest for justice."

Angels On Guard

Author : Christa J. Kinde
ISBN : 9780310728559
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Even after three years, Prissie Pomeroy’s guardian angel understood only part of what it meant to watch over one precious life. The rest he learned on the day he almost lost her. In this free illustrated companion story to the Threshold Series, scars are bared, fears begin and end, and angels fall. Includes a bonus chapter from Book #1 in the Threshold series, The Blue Door!

Ageless An Immortal End Prequel

Author : Cege Smith
Genre : Fiction
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Immortality. It is a cursed fate for those who possess it as it comes with a steep price that must be paid for in blood. A chance invite to a popular student's intimate house party on the eve of high school graduation opens Violet Ward's eyes to a world she never knew existed. The vampires of myth are real, and she learns that getting tangled up in vampire business can lead to painful, bloody ends. Jeremiah and Jonah Montrose are two brothers on a mission spanning a thousand years. They need Violet's help, but first she has to accept and be accepted into their world. Violet soon discovers that the mysterious Montrose brothers aren't the only ones seeking her out. Surrounded by danger, she has to decide who she can trust as one thing becomes clear. There is no escaping her destiny. Violet holds the key to unlocking the truth of an ancient myth, one that promises the answer to a curse-free immortality, but only if she lives long enough to turn eighteen. This is a standalone novel that introduces the characters in the upcoming Immortal End series. Keywords: Vampire love story, ya immortal, paranormal love story, vampire cursed, vampire books, vampire teen romance, paranormal teen romance, coming of age, urban fantasy, contemporary paranormal romance, magic & fantasy

Blue Sunflower Startle

Author : Yasmin Ladha
ISBN : 9781770480339
Genre : Fiction
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Yasmin Ladha’s experimental and provocative novel weaves story, essay, and poem together in an exquisite exploration of the ways in which one can love a country. Ladha playfully flirts with the idea of “home” in two geographically distinct sections. The first section follows an unnamed narrator of Indian descent as she comes of age in Dodoma, Tanzania during the politically tumultuous and ethnically divisive 1960s. She struggles to carve out an identity in the cultural and religious melting pot that is Dodoma: she attends Muslim prayers rich with Hindu allegory; she notices her grandfather’s itchy, wool pants from London in the closet; she is ordered to learn Swahili in school. As tension builds between long-settled Indian merchants and native Africans in the years following independence, her ideas about belonging and home begin to crumble. In the second section, the young woman and her family immigrate to Calgary, Alberta and she begins a lifelong love affair with the prairies. Yet the relationship is a fraught one, underlined by her anxiety about never having “proved up,” or paid her dues, like the pioneer ancestors of her countrymen. Unwilling to settle for geographical monogamy, she plays hard to get, traveling to Delhi, India for trysts with her Kashmiri lover and to Chonju, Korea where she works as a language teacher. Yet always, she is distracted by thoughts of “home”—a fantasized Canadian West of barn dances and blueberry muffins—and imagines not only a place that she can return to, but a place that beckons her return. Blue Sunflower Startle offers the reader select mementoes of a childhood stubbornly affixed to place and an adulthood spent often in the air. Written in unusual, intoxicating, and poetic prose, Ladha has written a modern day Romance for frequent travellers and restless, rootless spirits.

Cherokee Clay

Author : Regina McLemore
ISBN : 9781633735804
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Broken Promises. Betrayal. Death. It is 1838. The Cherokee people are being rounded up by the U.S. government and forcibly removed from their ancestral lands. A young Cherokee girl named Blue Bird is swept up in the Army’s net, separated from her mother, and taken to a disease-ridden detention camp. While being detained there, Blue Bird becomes close to an elderly woman and her grandson, Grey Wolf. Within weeks, they leave the camp and set out upon a horrific 5,000 mile cross-country march to Indian Territory—a journey that will become known to history as the Trail of Tears. So begins Cherokee Clay, a powerful multi-generational saga following the trials and tribulations of Blue Bird, Gray Wolf, and their descendants as they fight for their very survival from the Trail of Tears to the Civil War and beyond.

The Ten Grandmothers

Author : Alice Lee Marriott
ISBN : 0806118253
Genre : Social Science
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?Once in a blue moon (which means a fairly long cycle in my case) one who deals professionally with new books comes upon something that seems to him truly noteworthy and memorable-a reading experience which he will cherish for the rest of his life. And when this book is original and, indeed, unique-when it achieves something that has never been done before-one's impulse is to rent a billboard, to hire a hall, in some way to underline and emphasize the excitement and enthusiasm of his discovery, so that other readers may share his pleasure. "This has been my experience with The Ten Grandmothers, by Alice Marriott. It was the custom of certain tribes of Indians of the Great Plains to keep a 'winter count,' or calendar, of important events. Each year an officially designated scribe or historian of the tribe inscribed on a specially selected and prepared buffalo hide (which was a sacred tribal possession) a colored pictograph commemorating the most noteworthy event of the year-the happening or circumstance for which the year would be remembered in the oral literature and traditions of the tribe. "Miss Marriott's book is based upon such a tribal history of the Kiowas, an important and tenacious nation of the southern Great Plains, for more than a hundred years. She has taken representative incidents from this story and built each into a unified narrative of personal experience, concrete and dramatic. The thirty-three narratives fall into four groups reflecting the major phases of Kiowa history in the last century; they are called, since Kiowa .economy was based on the buffalo, The Time When There Were Plenty of Buffalo; The Time When Buffalo Were Going; The Time When Buffalo Were Gone; and Modern Times. Since the same characters appear recurringly, the book has the effect of a loosely constructed novel. "Miss Marriott is an ethnologist. Her book is based on eight years of work with the Kiowas?work that certainly consisted of much more than superficial interviews with aged Indians. There is evidence everywhere, not only of accurate scientific knowledge of the material to be presented, but of profound human insight and understanding. "Miss Marriott is also a creative artist of extraordinary powers. Her book has abundant humor, drama and melodrama, beauty and sordidness, pathos and tragedy: all presented sharply, objectively, with economy, restraint, and dignity. The narrative of the long journey of Wooden Lance, to see for himself and for his tribe whether the leader of the Ghost Dance movement (that inspired the last desperate, irrational struggle of the plains Indians against the whites) had 'true power is unforgettable in its simplicity and reality. The story of the Kiowa girl Leah's return from her years at a boarding school in the East to her family on the reservation is as true and socially significant as it is poignant and dramatic. "The great achievement of Miss Marriott's book is that it makes accessible to the reader of today the essence of a culture, a way of life and thought, now almost vanished from the earth. "We have an uneasy feeling that some special meaning and value for Americans of today and tomorrow must lie in the older cultures of our continent which our own has so largely displaced. American writers from Longfellow on have tried with varying degrees of success to capture that meaning for us. "Miss Marriott's book shows that our feeling was justified. No discerning reader will fail to find in the men and women who are so vivid in its pages-Sitting Bear and Eagle Plume, old Quanah and Spear Woman, and the Kiowa boys riding in their jeep to enlist for the present World War-in their vision and knowledge of life and their essential experience, abundant meaning for today."

Grandmother S Heart

Author : Jim & Dee Patton
ISBN : 9781411633773
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Something is wrong with Grandmother! But what? And what can the children do? Because they love her, they know they have to try. They soon realize, however, that to help Grandmother they must save the whole kingdom. And what’s more, they are the only ones who can.Book One in "The Tales Of Altura."

Winter Of Despair

Author : Cora Harrison
ISBN : 9781448303465
Genre : Fiction
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Wilkie Collins must prove his brother is innocent of murder in the second of the compelling new Gaslight mystery series. November, 1853. Inspector Field has summoned his friends Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins to examine a body found in an attic studio, its throat cut. Around the body lie the lacerated fragments of canvas of a painting titled A Winter of Despair. On closer examination, Wilkie realizes he recognizes the victim, for he had been due to dine with him that very evening. The dead man is Edwin Milton-Hayes, one of Wilkie's brother Charley's artist friends. But what is the significance of the strange series of faceless paintings Milton-Hayes had been worked on when he died? And why is Charley acting so strangely? With his own brother under suspicion of murder, Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens set out to uncover the truth. What secrets lie among the close-knit group of Pre-Raphaelite painters who were the dead man's friends? And who is the killer in their midst?

The Russian Grandmother S Wonder Tales

Author : Louise Seymour Houghton
ISBN : 9783752340075
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: The Russian Grandmother’s Wonder Tales by Louise Seymour Houghton

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