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Jesse

Author : Gary Soto
ISBN : 0152054251
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Attending college in the hope of escaping their difficult home lives, two Mexican-American brothers share ambitious dreams, until the outbreak of the Vietnam War forces them to choose between fighting or returning to their fields of labor. Reprint.

Jesse

Author : Marianne Leone
ISBN : 143918416X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jesse Cooper was an honor-roll student who loved to windsurf and write poetry. He also had severe cerebral palsy and was quadriplegic, unable to speak, and wracked by seizures. He died suddenly at age seventeen. In fiercely honest, surprisingly funny, and sometimes heartbreaking prose, Jesse’s mother, Marianne Leone, chronicles her transformation by the remarkable life and untimely death of her child. An unforgettable memoir of joy, grief, and triumph, Knowing Jesse unlocks the secret of unconditional love and speaks to all families who strive to do right by their children.

Jesse Owens Revised Edition

Author : Tom Streissguth
ISBN : 9781467703963
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Nicknamed the "World's Fastest Human," Jesse Owens grew up in a poor farming community. A sickly child, he went on to become one of history's most talented track athletes. The first man to win four gold medals in a single Olympics, Owens set six World Records and discredited Nazi leader Adolph Hitler's racist beliefs by showing his superior athletic skills at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games. From his childhood in Alabama through his death in Arizona, this book follows the spectacular life of this incredible athlete.

The Many Faces Of Jesse James

Author : Steele, Philip W.
ISBN : 1455608335
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Jesse Jackson

Author : Roger Bruns
ISBN : 0313331383
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 74. 16 MB
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Describes the life and accomplishments of the civil rights activist and politician, Jesse Jackson.

Jesse Jackson

Author : Robert E. Jakoubek
ISBN : 9781438100821
Genre : African Americans
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* Critically acclaimed biographies of history's most notable African-Americans * Straightforward and objective writing * Lavishly illustrated with photographs and memorabilia * Essential for multicultural studies

Jesse Ventura

Author : Keith Elliot Greenberg
ISBN : 0822549778
Genre : History
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A biography of the former professional wrestler and radio talk show host who in 1998 became the governor of Minnesota.

Jesse James

Author : J. Dennis Robinson
ISBN : 0756521041
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the life of Jesse James, who went from guerrilla fighter for the Confederates during the Civil War to one of the most famous bank and train robbers in United States history.

Jesse Jackson S 1984 Presidential Campaign

Author : Lucius Jefferson Barker
ISBN : 0252060148
Genre : Political Science
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The Rise And Fall Of Jesse James

Author : Robertus Love
ISBN : 0803279329
Genre : History
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Jesse and Frank James were household names long before images of America's most wanted were televised. For several decades after the Civil War, they were hunted by hundreds who supposed them to be involved in every bank and train robbery in the Midwest. Trained as guerrilla fighters in the border conflict between Kansas and Missouri, they joined with the Younger brothers in February 1866 to rob a bank in Liberty, Missouri. That was the beginning of a criminal confederation that seemed beyond the reach of the law until the Northfield, Minnesota, raid killed three of them and sent the James brothers into hiding. But they were the objects of posted rewards that proved too tempting in Jesse's case: in 1882 he was shot in the back by Robert Ford of his own gang. The Rise and Fall of Jesse James, by Robertus Love, a newspaperman who knew Frank James, is a pioneering work that plumbs the personalities of the outlaws, looks at their domestic lives, cites many stories about them, and attempts to separate fact from legend in tracking their violent operations. Michael Fellman assesses Love's 1926 book in his introduction to this Bison Books edition.

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