Macy Friends Volume I

Macy Friends Volume I

This is a book about the descendants of Thomas Macy in the United States of America, extending from 1583 to date. One will find in this book the lineage of such individuals as R. H. Macy, the founder of Macy''s Department Stores; General George Nelson Macy. Provost Marshall of the Army of the Potomac; Ezra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University; Elizabeth Powell, the first Dean of Women of Swarthmore College and Josiah Macy, for whom the Josiah Macy Foundation honors. Included in this book are the ancestors of Benjamin Franklin. A few of the surnames included are Folger, Starbuck, Pinkham, Wolf, Barnard, Coffin, Worth, Swain, Gardner, Hussey, Jenkins, Walton, Pearson, Stanton, Mendenhall, Davis, Coleman, Chase and Flory. Volume I contains the first 9 generations and a part of the 10th, Volume II contains the remainder of the 10th generation to generation 15, the endnotes of which there are over 20,000 and the index.

Macy Friends Volume II

This is a book about the descendants of Thomas Macy in the United States of America, extending from 1583 to date.

Macy Friends Volume II

This is a book about the descendants of Thomas Macy in the United States of America, extending from 1583 to date. One will find in this book the lineage of such individuals as R. H. Macy, the founder of Macy''s Department Stores; General George Nelson Macy. Provost Marshall of the Army of the Potomac; Ezra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University; Elizabeth Powell, the first Dean of Women of Swarthmore College and Josiah Macy, for whom the Josiah Macy Foundation honors. Included in this book are the ancestors of Benjamin Franklin. A few of the surnames included are Folger, Starbuck, Pinkham, Wolf, Barnard, Coffin, Worth, Swain, Gardner, Hussey, Jenkins, Walton, Pearson, Stanton, Mendenhall, Davis, Coleman, Chase and Flory. Volume I contains the first 9 generations and a part of the 10th, Volume II contains the remainder of the 10th generation to generation 15, the endnotes of which there are over 20,000 and the index.

Macy Friends Volume I

Thomas Macy was an original settler of Salisbury, Massachusetts, and with nine others purchased the island of Nantucket in 1659.

Macy Friends Volume I

Thomas Macy was an original settler of Salisbury, Massachusetts, and with nine others purchased the island of Nantucket in 1659. He married Sarah Hopcott (1612-1706) and they had nine children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in New England, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Nebraska and California.

Socialism and American Life

Matthew Macy, a Friend from Nantucket, was clerk and a trustee the first year,
and thereafter withdrew from active management of the Community. Articles of
the constitution refer in Quaker language to “queries” and “disownment” and
Macy's ...

Socialism and American Life

"Easily the most comprehensive and useful work on American socialism, including its history, theories, and impact on life, culture, and economic and political parties in the United States, is as important a contribution as the essays. Hereafter, students of practically all phases of American life will turn to it for help and guidance."—U.S. Quarterly Book Review. Originally published in 1952. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Narrative and Legendary Poems Complete Volume I the Works of Whittier

Friends of the poor, farewell!" Beneath his hand the oaken door Back on its
hinges fell. ... quoth the ardent priest, "Take Goodman Macy too; The sin of this
day's heresy His back or purse shall rue." "Now, goodwife, haste thee!" Macy
cried.

Narrative and Legendary Poems  Complete Volume I   the Works of Whittier

This book is part of the TREDITION CLASSICS series. The creators of this series are united by passion for literature and driven by the intention of making all public domain books available in printed format again - worldwide. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. Several mostly non-profit literature projects provide content to tredition. To support their good work, tredition donates a portion of the proceeds from each sold copy. As a reader of a TREDITION CLASSICS book, you support our mission to save many of the amazing works of world literature from oblivion.

Macy Friends

This is a book about the descendants of Thomas Macy in the United States of America, extending from 1583 to date.

Macy Friends

This is a book about the descendants of Thomas Macy in the United States of America, extending from 1583 to date. One will find in this book the lineage of such individuals as R. H. Macy, the founder of Macy''s Department Stores; General George Nelson Macy. Provost Marshall of the Army of the Potomac; Ezra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University; Elizabeth Powell, the first Dean of Women of Swarthmore College and Josiah Macy, for whom the Josiah Macy Foundation honors. Included in this book are the ancestors of Benjamin Franklin. A few of the surnames included are Folger, Starbuck, Pinkham, Wolf, Barnard, Coffin, Worth, Swain, Gardner, Hussey, Jenkins, Walton, Pearson, Stanton, Mendenhall, Davis, Coleman, Chase and Flory. Volume I contains the first 9 generations and a part of the 10th, Volume II contains the remainder of the 10th generation to generation 15, the endnotes of which there are over 20,000 and the index.

Letters of Sylvia Plath Volume I

... no mail – no visiting friends – only 9 or 10 books to sate any arising taste,
bathing suits, and beaches to be alone on ... In the last two days I accidentally
chalked up a high list of visits and re-encounters – monday it was three freemans,
macy, ...

Letters of Sylvia Plath Volume I

Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) was one of the writers that defined the course of twentieth-century poetry. Her vivid, daring and complex poetry continues to captivate new generations of readers and writers. In the Letters, we discover the art of Plath's correspondence, most of which has never before been published and is here presented unabridged, without revision, so that she speaks directly in her own words. Refreshingly candid and offering intimate details of her personal life, Plath is playful, too, entertaining a wide range of addressees, including family, friends and professional contacts, with inimitable wit and verve. The letters document Plath's extraordinary literary development: the genesis of many poems, short and long fiction, and journalism. Her endeavour to publish in a variety of genres had mixed receptions, but she was never dissuaded. Through acceptance of her work, and rejection, Plath strove to stay true to her creative vision. Well-read and curious, she offers a fascinating commentary on contemporary culture. Leading Plath scholars Peter K. Steinberg and Karen V. Kukil, editor of The Journals of Sylvia Plath 1950-1962, provide comprehensive footnotes and an extensive index informed by their meticulous research. Alongside a selection of photographs and Plath's own line-drawings, the editors masterfully contextualise what the pages disclose. This selection of early correspondence marks the key moments of Plath's adolescence, including childhood hobbies and high school boyfriends; her successful but turbulent undergraduate years at Smith College; the move to England and Cambridge University; and her meeting and marrying Ted Hughes, including a trove of unseen letters post-honeymoon, revealing their extraordinary creative partnership.

Written by Herself Volume I

The next morning she lent me carfare to go to Elmira, where I had friends with
whom I could stay. . . . Father and I tried to talk it ... of the usual sick giddiness.
Then one day the driver of a Macy delivery wagon, 556 PIONEERS AND
REFORMERS.

Written by Herself  Volume I

The bestselling author of The Road from Coorain presents an extraordinarily powerful anthology of the autobiographical writings of 25 women, literary predecessors and contemporaries that include Jane Addams, Zora Neale Hurst, Harriet Jacobs, Ellen Glasgow, Maya Angelou, Sara Josephine Baker, Margaret Mead, Gloria Steinem, and Maxine Hong Kingston. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Happy Norman Volume I 1927 1957

... close friends we had made in Cornell three years earlier. Ted Newman had
married a lovely English girl, Jennifer, moved back to Manhattan, and was now
the vice president for labour relations at Macy's, the famous department store
chain.

   Happy    Norman  Volume I  1927 1957

The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man in Letters to my Grandchildren and Other Friends “Give me the child... and I will give you the man” is the first of five volumes that constitute the autobiography of Keith Norman. Having approached an age when one is naturally drawn to reflection, Keith decided to share his experiences through letters to his grandchildren, offering friendly advice, - not designed to instruct, but rather to protect and illuminate. After the first letters were enthusiastically received, and succumbing to pressure from friends and family, Keith embarked on a task of writing about his life to a wider audience. The first book begins with the question whether our lives are more determined by our childhood experiences and environment or by our DNA. St. Francis Xavier Cabrini seemed to assert that anyone’s potential can be formed in the first 7 years of a child’s life, but is it so? As the details of his life are placed on paper in an orderly fashion, Keith is attempting to discover how and why his life unfolded the way it did: from a young boy who spent his early years as an WW2 evacuee with little direct adult guidance and away from his parents. Only after his release from the Army in 1948 was he reunited with his family, and within a year he had set out a completely independent path of his own. This period would account for his immense sense of independence and self sufficiency. But what made him seek and attain some of the best university degrees the Western World had to offer? And how this mixture of experience and education guided, sometimes mislead him, in his personal and entrepreneurial challenges in life. This first volume presents an entertaining and intelligent self-examination of the formative years of a life that stretches over eight decades, five continents, dozens of cultures and industries with wit, integrity and humility. When you turn the last page of this volume you will see that there is nothing ordinary about Keith Norman, - as he opens the door into his life and invites you on to a journey which cannot fail to move and entertain.”

History of the Reformation of the sixteenth century Volumes I II and III translated by H White and carefully revised by the author Vol IV The English original by Dr Merle D Aubign assisted by Dr White and vol V translated by Dr White and carefully revised by the author

... Pope—Luther replies—Fears of Luther's Friends—Luther's Courage —The
Truth triumphs unaided—Refusal of Duke ... Hierarchy and Rationalism—The
Two Peasants' Sons —Eck and Luther begin—The Head of the Church—Pri.
macy of ...

History of the Reformation of the sixteenth century     Volumes I   II   and III   translated by H  White     and carefully revised by the author     Vol  IV  The English original by Dr  Merle D Aubign    assisted by Dr  White  and vol  V  translated by Dr  White  and carefully revised by the author