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Secret Chambers and Hiding Places Historic, Romantic, & Legendary Stories & Traditions About Hiding-Holes, Secret Chambers, Etc.Fea, Allan, 1860-1956enCatholic Church -- England; Hiding places -- Great Britain; Persecution; Jacobites; Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 17th century2004-11-01
The Square Root of 4 to a Million PlacesDe Forest, Norman L.2003-01-01
Secret Places of the HeartWells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946en2006-02-22
The Number "e"enNatural Log to 1 million places1994-04-01
Lines in Pleasant Places Being the Aftermath of an Old AnglerSenior, William, 1839?-1920en2007-11-05
The Hidden PlacesSinclair, Bertrand W., 1881-1972en2006-04-11
Wealth of the World's Waste Places and OceaniaGilson, Jewett C. (Jewett Castello), 1844-1926enWaste lands; Oceania -- Economic conditions2007-11-19
Lazy Thoughts of a Lazy Girl Sister of that "Idle Fellow."Wren, JennyenOn love -- On bills -- On politics -- On afternoon tea -- On dress -- On Christmas -- On the country -- On town -- On children and dogs -- On concerts -- On dancing -- On watering places.2005-08-10
Fairy Prince and Other StoriesAbbott, Eleanor Hallowell, 1872-1958enFairy prince -- The game of the be-witchments -- The blinded lady -- The gift of the probable places -- The book of the funny smells--and everything -- The little dog who couldn't sleep.2008-08-23
Hollow Tree Nights and DaysPaine, Albert Bigelow, 1861-1937enCondé, J. M. [Illustrator]Animals -- Juvenile fiction; Imaginary places -- Juvenile fiction; Trees -- Juvenile fiction2008-01-23
The Silent PlacesWhite, Stewart Edward, 1873-1946en2005-02-07
Faces and PlacesLucy, Henry W. (Henry William), Sir, 1845-1924enEssays; England -- Description and travel; France -- Description and travel; English wit and humor2008-05-27
AbroadenChildren's poetry; France -- Description and travel -- Juvenile literature; Travel -- Juvenile literature; Children's stories; Poetry of places -- Juvenile literature2007-11-12
Q.6.a and Other places Recollections of 1916, 1917 and 1918Buckley, Francis, 1881-1949enGreat Britain. Army. Northumberland Fusiliers; World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, English; World War, 1914-1918 -- Campaigns -- France; World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- Great Britain2008-05-19
Southern Stories Retold from St. NicholasVariousenHis Hero, by Minor -- Jericho Bob, by King -- How We Bought Louisiana, by Coffin -- The City that Lives Outdoors, by Harwood -- Queer American Rivers, by Spearman -- The Watermelon Stockings, by Hegan -- The "'Gator", by Moore -- The Earthquake at Charleston, by Gibson -- Hiding Places in War Times, by Gore -- St. Augustine, by Stockton -- Catching Terrapin, by Kappes -- "Locoed", by Marshall -- A Divided Duty, by Cassidy -- The "Walking-Beam Boy", by Stofiel -- The Creature with No Claws, by Harris.Southern States -- Juvenile fiction; Southern States -- Juvenile literature2007-12-06
Yorkshire Ditties, First Series To Which Is Added The Cream Of Wit And Humour From His Popular WritingsHartley, John, 1839-1915enBite Bigger -- To th' Swallow -- Plenty o' Brass -- Th' Little Stranger -- Babby Burds -- Wayvin Mewsic -- That's a Fact -- Stop at Hooam -- The Short Timer -- Th' First o'th' Soart -- Lines on Finding a Butterfly in a Weaving Shed -- Uncle Ben -- The New Year's Resolve -- The Old Bachelor's Story -- Aght o' Wark -- Another Babby -- The Little Black Hand -- Lily's Gooan -- My Native Twang -- Shoo's thi' Sister -- Persevere -- To a Roadside Flower -- The New Year -- Valentine Day -- March Winds -- April Fooils -- Policeman's Scrape -- Information -- Watterin' Places -- Flaar Shows -- October Ale -- Force of Example -- Gunpaader Plot -- Th' Last Month -- Meditated Strike -- New Year's Parties -- Smiles, Tears, Getting on -- Mysterious Disappearance -- Sam it up -- Fooils -- Cleanin' Daan Month -- Hay-making -- Hollingworth Lake -- Plagues -- End o'th' Year -- Scientific -- Valentine Dream2006-01-06
The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short StoryenExcursion / Edwina Stanton Babcock -- Onnie / Thomas Beer -- Cup of tea / Maxwell Struthers Burt -- Lonely places / Francis Buzzell -- Boys will be boys / Irvin S. Cobb -- Laughter / Charles Caldwell Dobie -- Emperor of Elam / H.G. Dwight -- Gay old dog / Edna Ferber -- Knight's move / Katharine Fullerton Gerould -- Jury of her peers / Susan Glaspell -- Bunker mouse / Frederick Stuart Greene -- Rainbow Pete / Richard Matthews Hallet -- Get ready the wreaths / Fannie Hurst -- Strange looking man / Fanny Kemble Johnson --Caller in the night / Burton Kline -- Interval / Vincent O'Sullivan -- Certain rich man / Lawrence Perry -- Path of glory / Mary Brecht Pulver -- Ching, ching, chinaman / Wilbur Daniel Steele -- None so blind / Mary Synon.O'Brien, Edward Joseph Harrington, 1890-1941 [Editor]American fiction -- 20th century; Short stories, American2007-03-22




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