📒Brighton ✍ Albin Wagner

✏Book Title : Brighton
✏Author : Albin Wagner
✏Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
✏Release Date : 2009-06
✏Pages : 127
✏ISBN : 0738569410
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Brighton Book Summary : The town of Brighton was founded by railroad man and real estate developer Daniel F. Carmichael at the junction of the Denver Pacific (now Union Pacific) and Denver and Boulder Valley Railroads. Carmichael determined, "There should be a town here that would do credit to the splendid valley." The junction, originally named Hughes after the first president of the Denver Pacific Railroad, had a long history as a crossroads of the West. The town grew into an agricultural center for the Platte River Valley with a thriving sugar beet industry, dairies, and canning factories, but the changing economy would transform Brighton first into a suburban community and now into one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States.

✏Book Title : Brighton as it is 1831
✏Author :
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1831
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : OXFORD:590116900
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒Brighton And Hove ✍ Janet Cameron

✏Book Title : Brighton and Hove
✏Author : Janet Cameron
✏Publisher : Amberley Publishing
✏Release Date : 2008-12-23
✏Pages : 128
✏ISBN : 9781848681675
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Brighton and Hove Book Summary : A look at the dark side of life, Victorian-style, when nothing was quite as it seemed and a public execution could be an entertaining family day out. Murderers, poachers, thieves, pickpockets and vagabonds all went about their business with impunity. Crime took place on the streets, on public transport, in homes, pubs, prisons, asylums, workhouses and brothels - it was all part of everyday life in Brighton and Hove in the late 1800s. Read about the notorious railway murderer, Percy Lefroy, who appeared at his trial in full evening dress and went to the gallows in an old brown suit. Gasp at the audacity of a temptress who fell in love with a doctor and tried to poison his wife, with strychnine laced chocolate. Then there's little Emily, a girl who received imprisonment with hard labour for stealing a few tempting pieces of gingerbread while a gaggle of disruptive young women loved causing a riot, flirting with men and smashing windows. It was madness and mayhem in those weird and wonderful times - and it's brought vividly to life by Janet Cameron in Brighton and Hove - Murder and Misdemeanours.

📒News Values ✍ Paul Brighton

✏Book Title : News Values
✏Author : Paul Brighton
✏Publisher : SAGE
✏Release Date : 2007-11-19
✏Pages : 216
✏ISBN : 9781849202169
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏News Values Book Summary : Written by two practitioner-academics (who between them have more than fifty years of news industry experience), News Values analyses the shape of the news industry - a world of rolling news and multimedia platforms, and a world where broadcast news is increasingly considered another element of show business. Detailed chapters include critiques of existing theories, close study of the newspaper, radio, television and internet news channels, plus informative chapters on the many factors that shape the news we read, watch and hear including the role of the citizen journalist, user-generated content, spin doctors, and the new wave of press barons. Further chapters provide detailed analysis of the way in which the same story is treated across different media channels, and how journalists and editors work to keep breathing new life into rolling news stories.

✏Book Title : The Brighton National Speed Trials
✏Author : Tony Gardiner
✏Publisher : Veloce Publishing Ltd
✏Release Date : 2004-09-09
✏Pages : 80
✏ISBN : 9781903706886
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Brighton National Speed Trials Book Summary : This book focuses on the three decades during which Tony Gardiner was an ordinary spectator at the Brighton National Speed Trials; the previously unpublished images he captured then, together with his colorful recollections, bring back to life the dramatic atmosphere of a day at the races, Brighton-style.

📒Brighton ✍ Osbert Sitwell

✏Book Title : Brighton
✏Author : Osbert Sitwell
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1949
✏Pages : 294
✏ISBN : UCAL:B4401185
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒Brighton ✍ Michael Harvey

✏Book Title : Brighton
✏Author : Michael Harvey
✏Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
✏Release Date : 2016-08-11
✏Pages : 368
✏ISBN : 9781408877593
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Brighton Book Summary : 'Brighton is the f***ing bomb! I loved it!' Stephen King You came back here to bury your past ... Thing is, you gotta kill it first Brighton, 1975: a Boston neighbourhood where racial tensions run high and gangs jostle for dominance in the trades that matter – drugrunning, book-keeping and theft. Fifteen-year-old Kevin Pearce knows his best hope is to get the hell out before its bloody streets get a grip on his dreams. But when an act of violence tears their home apart, Kevin is forced to leave for New York, changing the course of his life forever. Twenty-seven years later Kevin wins the Pulitzer Prize for an investigative article on the wrongful conviction and death of a man from Brighton, and decides to visit his old neighbourhood for the first time in decades. But his past has long shadows – shadows which have taken on a life of their own. And when Kevin's prosecutor girlfriend Lisa asks his advice on a murder case, he is plunged into a web of deception and bloodshed that will test his loyalties to the limit and place the life he has built at risk.

✏Book Title : A History of St Peter s Church Brighton
✏Author : P.D.W.Nicholl
✏Publisher : Author House
✏Release Date : 2013-12
✏Pages : 158
✏ISBN : 9781491887417
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏A History of St Peter s Church Brighton Book Summary : During the course of the 19th and 20th centuries Brighton grew from a small fishing village on the Sussex coast to a large thriving city, popular with residents and visitors alike. Much building work went on during this time, but sadly many of the theatres, cinemas, dance halls and churches that were such a part of life in these earlier times have either been made redundant or converted for other uses or demolished. One of the iconic buildings of the city is St Peter's Church. When it was first built it stood at the entrance to the main part of Brighton, on the road that goes past the Royal pavilion to the Palace Pier. It was the first important design that Sir Charles Barry created. He later became one of the foremost architects of Victorian times being responsible for the Houses of Parliament and Highclere Castle (now known to millions of television viewers as Downton Abbey). St Peter's is a fine example of Barry's work, but this book will record how a chancel was added to the north of the building seventy-five years after the original structure had been completed. We will also see how the incumbent of St Peter's became Vicar of Brighton which put him at the centre of the building and development of other churches throughout the town. In the twentieth century St Peter's continued to be the spiritual hub for civic life in the town, but there was one occasion when the vicar failed to get to the church for the Sunday morning service. Later on the church suffered an arson attack, and the century ended with an extraordinary impromptu time of reflection in the early hours of 1st January 2000. However as the new century began, it was recognised that falling attendances and failing masonry could lead to St Peter's going the same way as other older buildings in the city. The church authorities did not have the financial resources to cover all the expenses that this grand old building was requiring, and thus St Peter's came under the threat of closure. This horrified the inhabitants of the city who saw St Peter's as being just as much a part of the cityscape as the Pavilion and the Pier. To the great delight of all, the church was eventually saved through the last minute intervention of Holy Trinity Brompton Church in London. This book documents the story of a church that, amid many ups and downs along the way, has come to be much loved in Brighton, Hove and Sussex.

📒Liberty State Park ✍ Gail Zavian

✏Book Title : Liberty State Park
✏Author : Gail Zavian
✏Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
✏Release Date : 2014-08-25
✏Pages : 96
✏ISBN : 9781439646885
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Liberty State Park Book Summary : Situated on the Hudson River, the Central Railroad of New Jersey terminal operated its railroad/maritime complex for over 100 years in this area. After its shutdown in 1967, community advocates, already lobbying for nine years, continued their successful campaign for the site to become a public park. With over 1,000 acres, Liberty State Park opened on Flag Day--June 14, 1976. Today, this recreational landscape features the Nature Interpretive Center, Liberty Science Center, and a section of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway. Liberty State Park, in Jersey City, is the only place in New Jersey where one can board a ferry to visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Liberty State Park showcases the rich cultural and environmental history of this landscape's transformation from an abandoned waterfront transportation hub into one of America's most exceptional state parks.

📒Brighton ✍ Mary Lloyd

✏Book Title : Brighton
✏Author : Mary Lloyd
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1809
✏Pages : 88
✏ISBN : UCD:31175035208571
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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