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The Eleutherian Voyagers and Beyond

A Genealogical Study of Early Eleutherans

In 1648, the island of Eleuthera seemed remote to the rest of the world except to a brave captain who decided to provide an expedition for those who wanted to leave Somers Isle for social and economic reasons. After a group of seventy settlers set sa...


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The Eleutherian Voyagers and Beyond

A Genealogical Study of Early Eleutherans

In 1648, the island of Eleuthera seemed remote to the rest of the world except to a brave captain who decided to provide an expedition for those who wanted to leave Somers Isle for social and economic reasons. After a group of seventy settlers set sa...


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Lady Wears a Star

1880 Paris, Texas sat on the edge of one of the most dangerous territories of the Old West.

As a young girl, Lydia Forsyth loses her best friend when their family is robbed and murdered by three vicious men. After committing outrages agai...


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Lady Wears a Star

1880 Paris, Texas sat on the edge of one of the most dangerous territories of the Old West.

As a young girl, Lydia Forsyth loses her best friend when their family is robbed and murdered by three vicious men. After committing outrages agai...


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A Short but Full Book on Darwin’s Racism

Darwin once pondered what it would be like to talk to an ape “if he could take a dispassionate view of his own case.” The ape, he said, would have to admit he was inferior to humans. Darwin was obsessed with ranking organisms. It was no different wit...


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A Short but Full Book on Darwin’s Racism

Darwin once pondered what it would be like to talk to an ape “if he could take a dispassionate view of his own case.” The ape, he said, would have to admit he was inferior to humans. Darwin was obsessed with ranking organisms. It was no different wit...


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News about the von Boetticher Family

Courlandic Branch

Friedrich Boetticher, second son of Carl and Emilie Boetticher, moved from Riga, the capital of Latvia, to Germany in March 1849. Here he bought a farm, got married, and then sold the estate and moved back Latvia with his wife in September 1853 to...


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News about the von Boetticher Family

Courlandic Branch

Friedrich Boetticher, second son of Carl and Emilie Boetticher, moved from Riga, the capital of Latvia, to Germany in March 1849. Here he bought a farm, got married, and then sold the estate and moved back Latvia with his wife in September 1853 to...


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News about the von Boetticher Family

Courlandic Branch

Friedrich Boetticher, second son of Carl and Emilie Boetticher, moved from Riga, the capital of Latvia, to Germany in March 1849. Here he bought a farm, got married, and then sold the estate and moved back Latvia with his wife in September 1853 to...


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Pax Americana

How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire

Pax Americana: How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire turns to the recently written pages of the history of the United States. Looking at them with a fresh perspective to test against the record of critics that claim the ...


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Pax Americana

How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire

Pax Americana: How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire turns to the recently written pages of the history of the United States. Looking at them with a fresh perspective to test against the record of critics that claim the ...


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Pax Americana

How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire

Pax Americana: How and Why US Elites Turned Global Primacy into a Silent Empire turns to the recently written pages of the history of the United States. Looking at them with a fresh perspective to test against the record of critics that claim the ...


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The Salt City Playhouse

An Itinerance 1978-1981

Founded in 1968 by Joe and Pat Lotito, the Salt City Playhouse had a 35 year run, entertaining Syracuse audiences and giving local actors, designers and playwrights a first opportunity to have their work presented on a public stage. But then years...


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The Salt City Playhouse

An Itinerance 1978-1981

Founded in 1968 by Joe and Pat Lotito, the Salt City Playhouse had a 35 year run, entertaining Syracuse audiences and giving local actors, designers and playwrights a first opportunity to have their work presented on a public stage. But then years...


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The Salt City Playhouse

An Itinerance 1978-1981

Founded in 1968 by Joe and Pat Lotito, the Salt City Playhouse had a 35 year run, entertaining Syracuse audiences and giving local actors, designers and playwrights a first opportunity to have their work presented on a public stage. But then years...


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