The Way We Were
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📒The Way We Were ✍ Margaret Deefholts
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📒The Way We Were ✍ Shashi Kumar
✏The Way We Were Book Summary : The narrative poetry takes you on a nostalgic ride of childhood innocence with When Kids fall in Love and walks you through teenage love with Be with me, stay with me. You try to walk a little further but you can’t Escape the Silent Story and the Guilt that reminds you of your past. Chances that you failed to take and a question that always prevailed in your head - What if I had? Every day struggles with your inner-self and the reality of being stuck as a Corporate Slave. But what if that is not what you want, not something you planned and one final day you decide to change your path? It is a journey of listening to your heart, finding yourself an inspiration and how important it is to keep fighting a little longer every time.
📒Midland The Way We Were ✍ Virginia Florey
✏Midland the Way We Were Book Summary : Midland, Michigan began life as The Forks, where the Tittabwassee and Chippewa Rivers met. By 1858, The Forks became the Village of Midland, and in 1869 it was incorporated and named the Village of Midland City. Lumbering and farmland attracted the first settlers, and in 1897 a brash young man named Herbert Henry Dow persuaded 57 investors to start a new business there named the Dow Chemical Company. Midland, by then a city, was forever changed. Included in Midland: The Way We Were are photographs that span the first 100 years of the city. From Main Street landmarks such as the Frolic Theater, to the churches and schools where Midland's residents worshiped and learned-here are over 200 images detailing Midland's history.
📒Toronto Sketches ✍ Mike Filey
✏Toronto Sketches Book Summary : Mike Filey’s "The Way We Were" column in the Toronto Sun continues to be one of the paper’s most popular features. In Toronto Sketches Filey brings together some of the best of his columns. Each column looks at Toronto as it was, and contributes to our understanding of how Toronto became what it is. Illustrated with photographs of the city’s people and places of the past, Toronto Sketches is a nostalgic journey for the long-time Torontonian, and a voyage of discovery for the newcomer.
📒The Way We Were ✍ Fisher Humphreys
✏The Way We Were Book Summary : The Way We Were is a book about the theological dimensions of the controversy that shook the foundations of the Southern Baptist Convention during the decades of the 80s and 90s. That controversy began at the national level, far from most Baptist laypeople, trickled down to the state Baptist conventions, where it included a much broader audience, and now has moved into local churches. --from forward.
📒The Way We Were ✍ Elizabeth Noble
✏The Way We Were Book Summary : A beautiful romance about fate and finding happiness, from the Number One bestseller What if you had a second chance at first love? Susannah and Rob were childhood sweethearts. But as with most early love affairs, they broke up, moved on and now find themselves in very different places. And not entirely happy - who is? A chance meeting between them sends shockwaves through their lives. What happens when your first love makes a surprise reappearance? Is fate telling you it's time for a second chance . . . or should you simply walk away and let the past become ancient history? But Susannah and Rob just aren't able to forget the way they were . . . and the world is about to discover the consequences of their reunion. 'Impossible to finish without tears streaming down your face' Daily Express **Elizabeth Noble's gloriously uplifting new novel, Letters to Iris, is out now!**
📒The Way We Were 1900 1914 ✍ James McMillan
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📒The Way We Were ✍ Alan Oppedal
✏The Way We Were Book Summary : Water, sunshine, blue skies and faith sustained those who created the communities of rural Iowa. We now remember them as an ideal existence. That was hardly the case. It was a time of backbreaking labor and between every memory we now regard with fondness, there were long stretches of tedium, dust, chilblains, illnesses and sometimes tragedy.We surely would not want to return to those days, but there are lessons to be learned from them. Most important was the continuing confidence our forebears had in the future. Even during times of economic calamity, they persevered. They really saved our nation during the years of the Great Depression. We honor what we now call our "Greatest Generation," and that accolade is deserved, but we should also honor those who raised that generation. We should also remember their great dedication to education and their hope that their children would experience a better life than the one that they had endured.
📒Chickuppy ✍ Sharon M. McConnell
✏Chickuppy Book Summary : Historical facts and miscellaneous anecdotes about Chicopee, Massachusetts. Designed to look like historical newspaper.
📒The Way We Were Before Our Destruction ✍ Yulian I. Rafes
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