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  • La Condamine, Charles-Marie de (London : Printed for E. Withers, at the Seven Stars, opposite Chancery-Lane, in Fleet-Street, and G. Woodfall, at the King's-Arms, Charing-Cross, 1745)
    Features voyage made within the inland parts of South-America. Specifically, the succinct abridgment of a voyage made within the inland parts of South America from the coasts of the South Sea to the coasts of Brazil & ...
  • Dalton, Donna Marinda (2021-05)
    The purpose of the current study is to explore experiences that can foster the development of resiliency for exceptional youth living in rural underserved communities, especially within a school setting; identify the needs ...
  • Burke, Emily, P. (J.M. Fitch, Oberlin, Ohio / Savannah : Beehive Press, 1850)
    Pleasure and pain written by Emily P. Burke is also known as Reminiscences of Georgia in the 1840's or just Reminiscences of Georgia. There is an introduction by Felicity Calhoun. The book focuses on Georgia, with description ...
  • Higgins, Megan L. (2021-05)
    This research sought to understand the experiences and perceptions of first-generation, low-income (FGLI) students enrolled in their first semester of a dual enrollment program (DEP) in a rural county in the southeastern ...
  • Damrell & Moore; Coolidge, George; Various Contributors (Boston : Brown & Taggard Publishers, 1861)
    The Boston almanac for the year 1861, by Damrell & Moore, George Coolidge, and other various contributors. The Boston Almanac was an almanac and business directory in 19th century Boston, Massachusetts. All the volumes ...

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