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Landmarks Of The History Of England

Author : Rev. James WHITE (of Bonchurch.)
ISBN : BL:A0017668768
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California Historical Landmarks

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105005465088
Genre : Historic sites
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The Routledge History Of Human Rights

Author : Jean Quataert
ISBN : 9781000627459
Genre : History
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The Routledge History of Human Rights is an interdisciplinary collection that provides historical and global perspectives on a range of human rights themes of the past 150 years. The volume is made up of 34 original contributions. It opens with the emergence of a "new internationalism" in the mid-nineteenth century, examines the interwar, League of Nations, and the United Nations eras of human rights and decolonization, and ends with the serious challenges for rights norms, laws, institutions, and multilateral cooperation in the national security world after 9/11. These essays provide a big picture of the strategic, political, and changing nature of human rights work in the past and into the present day, and reveal the contingent nature of historical developments. Highlighting local, national, and non-Western voices and struggles, the volume contributes to overcoming Eurocentric biases that burden human rights histories and studies of international law. It analyzes regions and organizations that are often overlooked. The volume thus offers readers a new and broader perspective on the subject. International in coverage and containing cutting-edge interpretations, the volume provides an overview of major themes and suggestions for future research. This is the perfect book for those interested in social justice, grass roots activism, and international politics and society.

The Historical Conversations Of Sir George Cory

Author : Sir George Cory
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002254659
Genre : South Africa
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Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series

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American River Confluence

Author : Mallory M. O'Connor
ISBN : 9781480868182
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The descendants of three immigrant families must put aside a decade full of grievances to try to save the legacy of their ancestral home. “Filled with descriptions of the beauty and grace of some of the United States’ greatest cities and areas, [this] is a true American story. As it delves into the realities of the various divides Americans coped with in the sixties, readers will be rooting for O’Connor’s . . . characters’ [whose] voices, personalities, and lifestyles are so unique, memorable, and engaging that it is nearly impossible to forget them.” —From a review of American River: Tributaries by The Book Review Directory Book three of the American River Trilogy begins with the three families—the McPhalans, the Morales, and the Ashidas—in turmoil. Following Owen McPhalan’s death, his daughter Kate has inherited Mockingbird Valley Ranch only to discover that the once profitable family business is no longer sustainable. Desperate to find a way to save Mockingbird, she struggles to formulate a plan. But she hasn’t counted on the wrath of Dan Papadakis, Owen’s former campaign manager, who is working behind the scenes to undermine her efforts. American River: Confluence is the culmination of a compelling historical drama about the lives, loves, triumphs and sacrifices of the descendants of three immigrant families who settled along California’s American River, and who are called upon to put aside a decade full of grievances and betrayals to try to save the history and legacy of their ancestral home.

California Inventory Of Historic Resources

Author : California. Office of Historic Preservation
ISBN : UOM:39015027939738
Genre : History
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Southern California At A Glance

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ISBN : UCBK:C005640922
Genre : Automobile travel
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Kasarinlan

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ISBN : UOM:39015046397660
Genre : Developing countries
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The Gay Metropolis

Author : Charles Kaiser
ISBN : 0802143172
Genre : History
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An entertaining and informative social and political history of modern gay life focuses on New York City, describing the growth of the gay rights movement and offering profiles of prominent gay figures since the end of World War II. Reprint.

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