Bellport Revisited

Bellport Revisited

The land they occupied, adjacent to the rowboat beach and owned by the Osborns, later became Osborn Park. To the right on the shore, the roof of the main Goldthwaite cottage is visible. On the opposite side of the dock, the shore view ...

Author: Victor Principe

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781439620410

Category: Photography

Page: 128

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Bellport Village, with its beautiful historic homes and sweeping views of the Great South Bay, has remained a thriving community through the years, retaining its strong sense of place. The Bellport streetscape is alive with diverse architecture that has enriched the lives of its residents and visitors for generations. One knows immediately when one is in the Bellport area. It is a place apart, where the monotony of contemporary suburbia gives way to the charming eccentricities of history. Through a wealth of historic images, most never published before, from several private collections and from the extensive archives of the Bellport-Brookhaven Historical Society Museum, Bellport Revisited chronicles the history of a village that has resisted development and remained a charming and unique place.
Categories: Photography

White Rock Lake Revisited

White Rock Lake Revisited

In 1946, Roy Hundley began a rowboat concession. Upon his death in 1953, his son Ben took over the concession and operated it for almost 40 years. The concession was located on the east side of the lake, north of where Johnny Williams ...

Author: Sally Rodriguez

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 9781467131179

Category: History

Page: 127

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For more than 100 years, White Rock Lake has been the people s playground. The types of lake activities popular here have changed through the decades as Dallas has grown from a small country town to a large metropolitan city. The lake first known for hunting and fishing is now an urban oasis enjoyed by well over two million visitors a year. Images of America: White Rock Lake Revisited focuses on the people and activities of the lake and expands on the previously published Images of America: White Rock Lake."
Categories: History

The Shack Revisited

The Shack Revisited

I thought Iwasbuilding them a rowboat, youknow the kind, with acouple of oarsand just enoughroomto take them outonthe lake two ata time. Surprisingeveryone, especially me,it came outa supertanker thathas since plowed its waythrough the ...

Author: C. Baxter Kruger

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444745832

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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Wm Paul Young's 2008 novel THE SHACK was a publishing phenomenon all over the world. Now respected theologian C. Baxter Kruger enlarges and articulates more fully the vision that Wm Paul Young created in THE SHACK. An exploration of the Trinity, the nature of God and our relationship to him, this book picks up where THE SHACK left off, and answers many readers' questions.
Categories: Religion

The Rowboat Revisited

The Rowboat Revisited

"The Rowboat Revisited" is yet another exciting chapter in the author's life as she shares inspirational stories with wit and humor.

Author: Connie L. Hawkins

Publisher: Isaac Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 0978747224

Category: Humor

Page: 160

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"The Rowboat Revisited" is yet another exciting chapter in the author's life as she shares inspirational stories with wit and humor.
Categories: Humor

The House On South Street Revisited

The House On South Street   Revisited

He saw a man in a rowboat not too far away and thought he should go to him, but no, he would “outrun” whatever was pursuing him. He had barely gone thirty yards when a purple sheath of light enveloped his body... The rider-less ski-jet ...

Author: JOHN L. BISOL

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329830387

Category: Fiction

Page: 140

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Mark Twain said: ..".Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't." It's been over a decade since we last visited The House On South Street. More of its background story has been revealed (in dreams), in fact and in confidence. The missing pieces start to fall into place as the real "characters" are unmasked. The house continues to brood in its somber way and yes, it still kills.
Categories: Fiction

The Ladies Room Reader Revisited

The Ladies  Room Reader Revisited

Not one to be thwarted by such a minor inconvenience, Maud jumped into a rowboat, enlisting her husband to paddle. Eventually she drove the ball onto land and stroked her way back to the hole. It took TWO hours and 166 shots, ...

Author: Alicia Alvrez

Publisher: Mango Media

ISBN: 9781609252397

Category: Humor

Page: 300

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"Full of Fascinating Fun Facts." -Chicago Tribune More than 50,000 copies sold of The Ladies' Room Reader and every woman who discovered she needs to have sex at least 640 hours in her life to be considered average is waiting for more of Alicia Alvrez's insatiable thirst for facts about women, then and now! Back by popular demand, The Ladies' Room Reader Revisited picks up where its predecessor, the highly successful The Ladies' Room Reader, left off. In this wildly entertaining sequel, Alicia Alvrez provides even more fascinating female facts about women throughout history and from around the world. Discover and uncover that: September is the month with the highest birthrate. 80 percent of women think a vacation is the best way to rekindle romance. The divorce rate is 23 percent lower in cities with major league baseball teams than in those without. In ancient Egypt, between 3500 and 2500 b.c., the only career not open to women was judge.
Categories: Humor

Tara Revisited Women War the Plantation Legend

Tara Revisited  Women  War    the Plantation Legend

On her return voyage she was smuggling both gold and secret documents when federal patrols spotted her ship near the shore off Wilmington, North Carolina. Greenhow and two other agents disembarked to a rowboat and tried to reach ...

Author: Catherine Clinton

Publisher: WW Norton

ISBN: 9780789260116

Category: History

Page: 240

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Cutting through romantic myth, this captivating volume combines period photographs and illustrations with new documentary sources to tell the real story of southern women during the Civil War. Drawing from a wealth of poignant letters, diaries, slave narratives, and other accounts, Catherine Clinton provides a vivid social and cultural history of the diverse communities of Southern women during the Civil War: the heroic African-American women who struggled for freedom, the tireless nurses who faced gruesome duties, the intriguing handful who donned uniforms, and those brave women who spied and even died for the Confederacy. Photographs, drawings, prints, and other period illustrations bring this buried chapter of Civil War history to life, taking the reader from the cotton fields to the hearthsides, from shrapnel-riddled mansions to slave cabins. Clinton places these women within the context of war, illuminating both legendary and anonymous women along the way. Tracing oral traditions and Southern literature from Reconstruction through our era, the author demonstrates how a deadly mix of sentiment and fabrication perpetuates tales of idyllic plantations inhabited by benevolent masters and contented slaves. The book concludes with Clinton's perceptive and often witty discussion of how, over the years, we continue to embrace mythic figures like Scarlett and Mammy in aspects of popular culture ranging from Hollywood epics to pancake syrup.
Categories: History

Steamboats and Ferries on the White River a Hertage Revisited p

Steamboats and Ferries on the White River  a Hertage Revisited  p

A structure built at the shore , maintained for boats to tie up . .A rowboat or skiff that belongs to a large boat . INDEX A Bates , R. S. ( U.S. marshal ). steer . yawl .... Batesville , Ark . , xiii , 3 , 5 170 GLOSSARY.

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Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN: 161075400X

Category: HISTORY

Page: 198

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Categories: HISTORY

Ealing Revisited

Ealing Revisited

Neither scene possesses an assertive visual style and, indeed, both Ascoyne and Henry die subdued deaths: the first one signalled by a rowboat gently tilting over a waterfall and out of sight, the second by a muffled bang and a plume of ...

Author: Mark Duguid

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781838715458

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 304

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Ealing Revisited provides a major reappraisal of one of British cinema's best-loved institutions, Ealing Studios. During its heyday, Ealing produced a string of classic comedies, including Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) and The Ladykillers (1955), but there is much more to Ealing than these films, as this volume of new writing on the studio shows. Addressing both known and less familiar aspects of Ealing's story, its films, actors and technicians, the contributors uncover what has gone unexplored, or unspoken, in previous histories of the studio, and consider the impact that Ealing has had on British cultural life from the 1930s to the present. Listed in the Independent on Sunday's Cinema books of 2012 http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/reviews/ios-books-of-the-year-2012-cinema-8373713.html
Categories: Performing Arts

Bloomfield Revisited

Bloomfield Revisited

This early - 20th - century postcard of a rowboat on the pond is titled Little Lake George . David Oakes I built his home on Newtown Road ( now Belleville Avenue ) adjacent to his business and next to the Morris Canal , which was ...

Author: Frederick Branch

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738545414

Category: History

Page: 127

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Bloomfield was founded by Dutch farmers in 1691. The town grew in the 1700s, as the children of Connecticut Puritans, who had settled Newark, moved west to gain their own farmlands and build homes. The original township, formed in 1812, was 20.5 square miles and included Montclair, Nutley, Belleville, Glen Ridge, and the Woodside section of Newark. Aided by its location, excellent transportation facilities, and the availability of a large, skilled workforce, the town mushroomed from an agrarian community to a population of 47,000 with modern industries and attitudes. Bloomfield was founded by Dutch farmers in 1691. The town grew in the 1700s, as the children of Connecticut Puritans, who had settled Newark, moved west to gain their own farmlands and build homes. The original township, formed in 1812, was 20.5 square miles and included Montclair, Nutley, Belleville, Glen Ridge, and the Woodside section of Newark. Aided by its location, excellent transportation facilities, and the availability of a large, skilled workforce, the town mushroomed from an agrarian community to a population of 47,000 with modern industries and attitudes.
Categories: History