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The House Of Hancock

Author : William Threipland Baxter
ISBN : UOM:39015035078719
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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John Hancock

Author : Barbara A. Somervill
ISBN : 0756510740
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A profile of the man who is best known for his bold signature on the Declaration of Independence.

The History Of Hancock New Hampshire 1764 1889

Author : William Willis Hayward
ISBN : UCAL:B3623885
Genre : Hancock (N.H.)
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Fifty Years Of Hancock S Half Hour

Author : Richard Webber
ISBN : 9781446409985
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Many people consider Tony Hancock to be the finest comic actor of them all. November 2004 sees the 50th anniversary of his best-loved work, Hancock's Half-Hour, which began as a radio series, penned by the writers Galton and Simpson. Two years later, the first of 58 TV instalments had been screened, and Hancock's genius, coupled with Galton and Simpson's brilliant scripts, ensured that the show soon became a yardstick against which all subsequent British sitcoms have since been measured. Amazingly, no book has ever been written about the show. Fully authorised by Galton and Simpson, Fifty Years of Hancock's Half-Hour is a full history of the show, including how the show came about, behind-the-scenes stories from Hancock's fellow artists and members of the crew and production team, and the story of its demise. Incorporating extracts from the shows, the book will also feature photographs and a full listing of the radio and TV episodes.

A Signer For Independence

Author : Lucia Raatma
ISBN : 9780756541224
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Signer for Independence is a Capstone Press publication.

Hancock House

Author : Nellis Boyer
ISBN : 9781440134760
Genre : Fiction
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When he looses his job, his marriage disintegrates, and his father has a debilitating stroke, Andy throws up his hands and moves back to California and the house where he grew up, hoping to help the old man mend and heal himself. Melvin, Andy's father has a remarkable recovery, due largely to Andy's good work, and Andy discovers there really is no place like home. Memories of his happy childhood surround him , and when he discovers the Hancock House mansion across the street is about to be torn down, he tells his dad about Louie, the skeleton in the attic, and Melvin makes him tell the police. From there on, murderous behaviors come to light, Andy is reunited with his childhood sweetheart, Annie, now a forensic pathologist with the county, and a strange lady in black arrives in town, stalking Hancock House, seeking the bodies of her dead children.

Journal Of The House Of Representatives Of The State Of Ohio

Author : Ohio. General Assembly. House of Representatives
ISBN : UIUC:30112109511284
Genre : Legislative journals
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The Marketplace Of Revolution

Author : T. H. Breen
ISBN : 9780199840113
Genre : History
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The Marketplace of Revolution offers a boldly innovative interpretation of the mobilization of ordinary Americans on the eve of independence. Breen explores how colonists who came from very different ethnic and religious backgrounds managed to overcome difference and create a common cause capable of galvanizing resistance. In a richly interdisciplinary narrative that weaves insights into a changing material culture with analysis of popular political protests, Breen shows how virtual strangers managed to communicate a sense of trust that effectively united men and women long before they had established a nation of their own. The Marketplace of Revolution argues that the colonists' shared experience as consumers in a new imperial economy afforded them the cultural resources that they needed to develop a radical strategy of political protest--the consumer boycott. Never before had a mass political movement organized itself around disruption of the marketplace. As Breen demonstrates, often through anecdotes about obscure Americans, communal rituals of shared sacrifice provided an effective means to educate and energize a dispersed populace. The boycott movement--the signature of American resistance--invited colonists traditionally excluded from formal political processes to voice their opinions about liberty and rights within a revolutionary marketplace, an open, raucous public forum that defined itself around subscription lists passed door-to-door, voluntary associations, street protests, destruction of imported British goods, and incendiary newspaper exchanges. Within these exchanges was born a new form of politics in which ordinary man and women--precisely the people most often overlooked in traditional accounts of revolution--experienced an exhilarating surge of empowerment. Breen recreates an "empire of goods" that transformed everyday life during the mid-eighteenth century. Imported manufactured items flooded into the homes of colonists from New Hampshire to Georgia. The Marketplace of Revolution explains how at a moment of political crisis Americans gave political meaning to the pursuit of happiness and learned how to make goods speak to power.

The House Of The Burgesses

Author : Michael Burgess
ISBN : 9780893704797
Genre : Reference
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A facsimile reprint of the Second Edition (1994) of this genealogical guide to 25,000 descendants of William Burgess of Richmond (later King George) County, Virginia, and his only known son, Edward Burgess of Stafford (later King George) County, Virginia. Complete with illustrations, photos, comprehensive given and surname indexes, and historical introduction.

Legend Of The Third Horseman

Author : Charles J. Caes
ISBN : 1462824072
Genre : History
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Samuel Prescott rode into history like a streak of lightning and out of it as quick as a flash. If it were not for Paul Reveres deposition of his own famous midnight ride, history might never remember Samuel. He was a young physician courting a clockmakers daughter and planning to dedicate his life to the practice of medicineuntil the American Revolution rewrote his destiny. But this is not only his story; it is also that of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Joseph Warren, William Dawes, Paul Revere, Thomas Hutchinson, Jonas Clark, the Mullikens, and those who died at Lexington and Concord and at Breeds and Bunker hills.

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