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When Thomas Jefferson wrote to John Adams: There is a Mr. Vanderkemp of New York, a correspondent, I believe, of yours, with whom I have exchanged some letters, without knowing who he is. Will you tell me? Adams replied: The biography of Mr. Vanderkemp would require a volume...My acquaintance with ...
Scholar in the Wilderness: Francis Adrian Van der Kemp
When Thomas Jefferson wrote to John Adams: There is a Mr. Vanderkemp of New York, a correspondent, I believe, of yours, with whom I have exchanged some letters, without knowing who he is. Will you tell me? Adams replied: The biography of Mr. Vanderkemp would require a volume...My acquaintance with him began at Leyden, in 1780. He was the minister of the Mennonite congregation, the richest in Europe, in that city, where he was celebrated as the most elegant writer in the Dutch language... In 1788 when the king of Prussia threatened Holland with invasion, his party insisted on his taking a command of the most exposed and most important post in the seven provinces. He was soon surrounded by the Prussian forces, but he defended his fortress...till, abandoned by his nation, destitute of provisions and ammunition, still refusing to surrender, he was offered the most honorable capitulation...despairing of the liberty of his country, he ...determined to emigrate to New York; he wrote to me...requesting letters of introduction. I sent him letters to Governor Clinton and several others of our little great men. His history in this country is equally curious and affecting.... His head is deeply learned, and his heart is pure... 'he is a mountain of salt to the earth,'...Had he been as great a master of our language as he was of his own, he would at this day have been one of the most conspicuous characters in the United States. Francis Adrian Van der Kemp was a writer, minister, and political leader of some prominence in his native Holland when he fled from religious and political persecution in 1788 to settle in Oneida County in upstate New York. He became one of the area's important citizens during its formative period. His active, inquiring mind ranged far beyond his rural village of Oldenbarneveld. Politics, religion, history, government, scientific agriculture geology, the Erie Canal, the conduct of the War of 1812, and any threat to political or religious freedom stimulated him to research and writing. Van der Kemp's views were sought and respected not only by his friends and neighbors, but by state and national leaders as well. His warm friendship with John and Abigail Adams endured till their deaths, and John Quincy Adams continued the friendship. This is an absorbing biography of an active and influential citizen and resident of central New York State.
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20.950000 USD

Scholar in the Wilderness: Francis Adrian Van der Kemp

by Harry F Jackson
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In early September 1862 thousands of Union soldiers huddled within the defenses of Washington, disorganized and discouraged from their recent defeat at Second Manassas. Confederate General Robert E. Lee then led his tough and confident Army of Northern Virginia into Maryland in a bold gamble to force a showdown that ...
To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September 1862
In early September 1862 thousands of Union soldiers huddled within the defenses of Washington, disorganized and discouraged from their recent defeat at Second Manassas. Confederate General Robert E. Lee then led his tough and confident Army of Northern Virginia into Maryland in a bold gamble to force a showdown that could win Southern independence. The future of the Union hung in the balance. The campaign that followed lasted only two weeks, but it changed the course of the Civil War. D. Scott Hartwig delivers a riveting first installment of a two-volume study of the campaign and climactic battle. It takes the reader from the controversial return of George B. McClellan as commander of the Army of the Potomac through the Confederate invasion, the siege and capture of Harpers Ferry, the daylong Battle of South Mountain, and, ultimately, to the eve of the great and terrible Battle of Antietam.
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47.200000 USD

To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September 1862

by David S. Hartwig
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At the time of her death in 1780, British-born Esther DeBerdt Reed--a name few know today--was one of the most politically important women in Revolutionary America. Her treatise The Sentiments of an American Woman articulated the aspirations of female patriots, and the Ladies Association of Philadelphia, which she founded, taught ...
Sentiments of a British-American Woman: Esther DeBerdt Reed and the American Revolution
At the time of her death in 1780, British-born Esther DeBerdt Reed--a name few know today--was one of the most politically important women in Revolutionary America. Her treatise The Sentiments of an American Woman articulated the aspirations of female patriots, and the Ladies Association of Philadelphia, which she founded, taught generations of women how to translate their political responsibilities into action. DeBerdt Reed's social connections and political sophistication helped transform her husband, Joseph Reed, from a military leader into the president of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania, a position analogous to the modern office of governor. DeBerdt Reed's life yields remarkable insight into the scope of women's political influence in an age ruled by the strict social norms structured by religion and motherhood. The story of her courtship, marriage, and political career sheds light both on the private and political lives of women during the Revolution and on how society, religion, and gender interacted as a new nation struggled to build its own identity. Engaging, comprehensive, and built on primary source material that allows DeBerdt Reed's own voice to shine, Owen Ireland's expertly researched biography rightly places her in a prominent position in the pantheon of our founders, both female and male.
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26.200000 USD

Sentiments of a British-American Woman: Esther DeBerdt Reed and the American Revolution

by Owen S. Ireland
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The NHL's New York Islanders were struggling. After winning four straight Stanley Cups in the early 1980s, the Islanders had suffered an embarrassing sweep by their geographic rivals, the New York Rangers, in the first round of the 1994 playoffs. Hoping for a new start, the Islanders swapped out their ...
We Want Fish Sticks: The Bizarre and Infamous Rebranding of the New York Islanders
The NHL's New York Islanders were struggling. After winning four straight Stanley Cups in the early 1980s, the Islanders had suffered an embarrassing sweep by their geographic rivals, the New York Rangers, in the first round of the 1994 playoffs. Hoping for a new start, the Islanders swapped out their distinctive logo, which featured the letters NY and a map of Long Island, for a cartoon fisherman wearing a rain slicker and gripping a hockey stick. The new logo immediately drew comparisons to the mascot for Gorton's frozen seafood, and opposing fans taunted the team with chants of We want fish sticks! During a rebranding process that lasted three torturous seasons, the Islanders unveiled a new mascot, new uniforms, new players, a new coach, and a new owner that were supposed to signal a return to championship glory. Instead, the team and its fans endured a twenty-eight-month span more humiliating than what most franchises witness over twenty-eight years. The Islanders thought they had traded for a star player to inaugurate the fisherman era, but he initially refused to report and sulked until the general manager banished him. Fans beat up the new mascot in the stands. The new coach shoved and spit at players. The Islanders were sold to a supposed billionaire who promised to buy elite players; he turned out to be a con artist and was sent to prison. We Want Fish Sticks examines this era through period sources and interviews with the people who lived it.
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31.450000 USD

We Want Fish Sticks: The Bizarre and Infamous Rebranding of the New York Islanders

by Nicholas Hirshon
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In Irish Presbyterians and the Shaping of Western Pennsylvania, 1770-1830, Dr. Peter Gilmore argues that the origins of Presbyterianism in western Pennsylvania can be largely located in attempts by migrants of Irish origin to recreate an old world ethnoreligious culture. Gilmore attempts to understand their translation of religious belief and ...
Irish Presbyterians and the Shaping of Western Pennsylvania, 1770-1830
In Irish Presbyterians and the Shaping of Western Pennsylvania, 1770-1830, Dr. Peter Gilmore argues that the origins of Presbyterianism in western Pennsylvania can be largely located in attempts by migrants of Irish origin to recreate an old world ethnoreligious culture. Gilmore attempts to understand their translation of religious belief and practice from the north of Ireland to western Pennsylvania, how it functioned, and how and why change occurred. He contends that ritual and daily religious practice, as understood and carried out by migrant generations, were abandoned or altered by American-born generations in the context of major economic change.
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29.350000 USD

Irish Presbyterians and the Shaping of Western Pennsylvania, 1770-1830

by Peter E. Gilmore
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An up-close look at the voters of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania who decisively swung the state for Donald J. Trump, examining the role of the President's base as the midterm elections loom Luzerne County Pennsylvania, as Ben Bradlee describes it, is a microcosm of the nation. While it boasts its own ...
The Forgotten: How the People of One Pennsylvania County Elected Donald Trump and Changed America
An up-close look at the voters of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania who decisively swung the state for Donald J. Trump, examining the role of the President's base as the midterm elections loom Luzerne County Pennsylvania, as Ben Bradlee describes it, is a microcosm of the nation. While it boasts its own police, firemen, schools and municipal services, Luzerne has few urban centers and is fundamentally rural in character. And like so many of the 3,000 other counties that resemble it across America, Donald J. Trump won Luzerne County in 2016. But President Obama had carried Luzerne in both elections. What changed? And what does this mean for America? The Forgotten tells this story, revealing how Trump voters came to feel like strangers in their own land, marginalized by flat or falling wages, rapid demographic change, and a liberal culture that mocks their faith and patriotism. As they explain it, residents of Luzerne felt like others were 'cutting in line' and that the federal government was taking too much money from the employed and giving it to the idle. They felt a loss of breadwinner status, and more importantly, a loss of dignity. Drawing an unforgettable portrait of Americans caught in a fraught political moment that doesn't seem to end, The Forgotten not only expresses the growing divide between the two political parties, but also the immense forces that powered the election of Donald Trump. America is changing, and the men and women of The Forgotten are the ones who are changing it.
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29.400000 USD

The Forgotten: How the People of One Pennsylvania County Elected Donald Trump and Changed America

by Ben Bradlee, Jr.
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Real news traveled fast, even in the days before internet connections. During the New Deal and World War II, Washington elites turned to Hope Ridings Miller's column in the Washington Post to see what was really going on in town. Cocktail parties, embassy receptions and formal dinners were her beat ...
Washington's Golden Age: Hope Ridings Miller, the Society Beat, and the Rise of Women Journalists
Real news traveled fast, even in the days before internet connections. During the New Deal and World War II, Washington elites turned to Hope Ridings Miller's column in the Washington Post to see what was really going on in town. Cocktail parties, embassy receptions and formal dinners were her beat as society editor. I went as a guest, said Miller, and hoped that they'd forget I was a reporter. In Washington's Golden Age, Joseph Dalton chronicles the life of this pioneering woman journalist who covered the powerful vortex of politics, diplomacy, and society during a career that stretched from FDR to LBJ. After joining the Post staff, she was the only woman on the city desk. Later she had a nationally syndicated column. For ten years she edited Diplomat Magazine and then wrote three books about Washington life. Once a girl from a small town in Texas, Miller created a web of connections at the highest levels. In Washington's Golden Age, Dalton escorts readers inside the Capital's regal mansions, the hushed halls of Congress, and the Post's smoky and manly newsroom to rediscover an earlier era of gentility and discretion now relegated to the distant past.
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34.04 USD

Washington's Golden Age: Hope Ridings Miller, the Society Beat, and the Rise of Women Journalists

by Joseph Dalton
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Your journey starts here. We've reimagined and updated our iconic DK Eyewitness travel guides. This brand new Washington, DC guide, now in a lightweight format, has been expertly curated with all new photography plus DK's much-loved illustrations and maps. - Gorgeous, all-new colour photography so you can imagine yourself there ...
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Washington, DC: 2019
Your journey starts here. We've reimagined and updated our iconic DK Eyewitness travel guides. This brand new Washington, DC guide, now in a lightweight format, has been expertly curated with all new photography plus DK's much-loved illustrations and maps. - Gorgeous, all-new colour photography so you can imagine yourself there - Reasons to love Washington, DC: world-class museums, the magnificent National Mall, watching government in action, cherry trees in bloom - what will yours be? - See Washington, DC from a different angle: 18 pages of fresh ideas for exploring the city - A year-long calendar of events in Washington, DC gives a selection of local events and festivals for all seasons - Sturdy, laminated pull-out city map gives transport information and a Metro map - Expert advice covers the practical stuff: get ready, get around, and stay safe - Detailed, colour maps help you navigate the city with ease - Expert tips to make memories that last - where to snap and share the perfect photo, take in stunning views, and escape the crowds - The most authentic places to stay, eat, drink and shop - Easy-to-follow walks and itineraries take you on a tour of each area, with plenty of food and drink stops en route. - Hand-drawn illustrations show the inside of the must-see attractions, including the United States Capitol, the White House, Washington National Cathedral, and Thomas Jefferson's Monticello - Covers Capitol Hill, the Mall, South of the Mall, Penn Quarter, the White House and Foggy Bottom, the Northwest, Georgetown, beyond the centre, and sights beyond the city. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Washington, DC is a detailed, easy-to-use guide designed to help you create your own unique trip. Planning a shorter break? Try our DK Eyewitness Top 10 Washington, DC. DK Eyewitness Travel is the silver award-winning guidebook series as voted by the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards 2018. About DK Eyewitness Travel: For 25 years, DK's beautifully practical Eyewitness guides have been combining inspiring ideas and expert advice with easy-to-read maps and vivid photography to inform and enrich your holiday. This year they have been given a stunning new look that you will love even more. DK is the world's leading illustrated reference publisher, producing beautifully designed books for adults and children in over 120 countries.
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22.17 USD

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Washington, DC: 2019

by DK Travel
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Your journey starts here. We've reimagined and updated our iconic DK Eyewitness travel guides. This brand new New York City guide, now in a lightweight format, has been expertly curated with all new photography plus DK's much-loved illustrations and maps. - Gorgeous, all-new colour photography so you can imagine yourself ...
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide New York City: 2019
Your journey starts here. We've reimagined and updated our iconic DK Eyewitness travel guides. This brand new New York City guide, now in a lightweight format, has been expertly curated with all new photography plus DK's much-loved illustrations and maps. - Gorgeous, all-new colour photography so you can imagine yourself there - Reasons to love New York City: world-class museums, lively local markets, jazz, Jewish food - what will yours be? - See New York City from a different angle: 26 pages of fresh ideas for exploring the city - A year-long calendar of events in New York City gives a selection of local events and festivals for all seasons - Sturdy, laminated pull-out city map provides transport information and a subway map - Expert advice covers the practical stuff: get ready, get around and stay safe - Over 15 detailed, colour maps help you navigate the city with ease - Expert tips to make memories that last - where to snap and share the perfect photo, take in stunning views and escape the crowds - The most authentic places to stay, eat, drink and shop - Easy-to-follow walks and itineraries take you on a tour of key areas, with plenty of food and drink stops en route. - Hand-drawn illustrations show the inside of the must-see attractions, including Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, the Guggenheim, Grand Central Terminal, United Nations, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Cathedral of St. John the Divine. - Covers Lower Manhattan; Lower East Side; Chinatown, Little Italy, and Nolita; SoHo and Tribeca; Greenwich Village; East Village; Gramercy and the Flatiron District; Chelsea and the Garment District; Midtown West and the Theater District; Lower Midtown; Upper Midtown; Upper East Side; Central Park and the Upper West Side; Harlem and Morningside Heights; and Brooklyn, plus sights beyond the city in Upper Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide New York City is a detailed, easy-to-use guide designed to help you create your own unique trip. Staying for longer? Try our DK Eyewitness Travel Guide USA. DK Eyewitness Travel is the silver award-winning guidebook series as voted by the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards 2018. About DK Eyewitness Travel: For 25 years, DK's beautifully practical Eyewitness guides have been combining inspiring ideas and expert advice with easy-to-read maps and vivid photography to inform and enrich your holiday. This year they have been given a stunning new look that you will love even more. DK is the world's leading illustrated reference publisher, producing beautifully designed books for adults and children in over 120 countries.
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25.58 USD

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide New York City: 2019

by DK Travel
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The Shocking Reexamination of Unexplored Failures by Government Officials to Use Available Intelligence to Stop the Events of September 11th In 2009, documentarians John Duffy and Ray Nowosielski arrived at the offices of Richard Clarke, the former counterterror adviser to Presidents Clinton and Bush. In the meeting, Clarke boldly accused ...
The Watchdogs Didn't Bark: The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror
The Shocking Reexamination of Unexplored Failures by Government Officials to Use Available Intelligence to Stop the Events of September 11th In 2009, documentarians John Duffy and Ray Nowosielski arrived at the offices of Richard Clarke, the former counterterror adviser to Presidents Clinton and Bush. In the meeting, Clarke boldly accused one-time Central Intelligence Agency director George Tenet of malfeasance and misfeasance in the pre-war on terror. Thus began an incredible-never-before-told-investigative journey of intrigue about America's intelligence community and two 9/11 hijackers. The Watchdogs Didn't Bark details that story, unearthed over a ten-year investigation. Following the careers of a dozen counterterror employees working in different agencies of the US government from the late 1980s to the present, the book puts the government's systems of oversight and accountability under a microscope. At the heart of this book is a mystery: Why did key 9/11 plotters Khalid Al Mihdhar and Nawaf Al Hazmi, operating inside the United States, fall onto the radars of so many US agencies without any of those agencies succeeding in stopping the attacks? The answers go beyond mere conspiracy theory and deep state actors, but instead find a complicated set of potential culprits and an easily manipulated system. Taking readers on a character-driven account of the causes of 9/11 and how the lessons of the attacks were cynically inverted to empower surveillance of citizens, kidnapping, illegal imprisonment, torture, government-sanctioned murder, and a war on whistleblowers and journalists, an alarm is raised which is more pertinent today than ever before.
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27.290000 USD

The Watchdogs Didn't Bark: The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror

by John Duffy, Ray Nowosielski
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In 2002, we learned that President George Washington had eight (and, later, nine) enslaved Africans in his house while he lived in Philadelphia from 1790 to 1797. The house was only one block from Independence Hall and, though torn down in 1832, it housed the enslaved men and women Washington ...
Slavery in the North: Forgetting History and Recovering Memory
In 2002, we learned that President George Washington had eight (and, later, nine) enslaved Africans in his house while he lived in Philadelphia from 1790 to 1797. The house was only one block from Independence Hall and, though torn down in 1832, it housed the enslaved men and women Washington brought to the city as well as serving as the country's first executive office building. Intense controversy erupted over what this newly resurfaced evidence of enslaved people in Philadelphia meant for the site that was next door to the new home for the Liberty Bell. How could slavery best be remembered and memorialized in the birthplace of American freedom? For Marc Howard Ross, this conflict raised a related and troubling question: why and how did slavery in the North fade from public consciousness to such a degree that most Americans have perceived it entirely as a Southern problem ? Although slavery was institutionalized throughout the Northern as well as the Southern colonies and early states, the existence of slavery in the North and its significance for the region's economic development has rarely received public recognition. In Slavery in the North, Ross not only asks why enslavement disappeared from the North's collective memories but also how the dramatic recovery of these memories in recent decades should be understood. Ross undertakes an exploration of the history of Northern slavery, visiting sites such as the African Burial Ground in New York, Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, the ports of Rhode Island, old mansions in Massachusetts, prestigious universities, and rediscovered burying grounds. Inviting the reader to accompany him on his own journey of discovery, Ross recounts the processes by which Northerners had collectively forgotten 250 years of human bondage and the recent-and continuing-struggles over recovering, and commemorating, what it entailed.
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41.950000 USD

Slavery in the North: Forgetting History and Recovering Memory

by Marc Howard Ross
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As the fiftieth anniversary of the Woodstock festival nears, Woodstock 1969 stands out for its singular voice. Photojournalist Jason Laure followed his unerring instinct for being in the right place at the crucial moment. He and coauthor Ettagale Blauer trace the historic events that preceded the festival and then envelop ...
Woodstock 1969: The Lasting Impact of the Counterculture
As the fiftieth anniversary of the Woodstock festival nears, Woodstock 1969 stands out for its singular voice. Photojournalist Jason Laure followed his unerring instinct for being in the right place at the crucial moment. He and coauthor Ettagale Blauer trace the historic events that preceded the festival and then envelop the reader with photographs of the headliner rock stars that performed during the landmark three-day concert including The Who, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane, and Santana. Threading his way back and forth from the stage, through a sea of happy audience members, Jason Laure photographed the communal life that was an essential part of the phenomenon that was Woodstock. Never intrusive, yet working close-up, he managed to capture these innocent moments in the pond and in the woods with the same compassion and intimacy he brought to his coverage of all the crucial events of the era. After Woodstock, he photographed such legends as Jimi Hendrix, Tina Turner, and Jim Morrison of the Doors. Woodstock 1969 gives the reader an appreciation of the lasting impact of the festival, showing the way it changed the lives of all who experienced it. It served as the high point of the counterculture that started in earnest in the Summer of Love, and also as a leading influence in the decades that followed. The book concludes with a look at Woodstock's lasting legacy, from Greenwich Village and the rock scene of the Fillmore East to the establishment of Earth Day and the burgeoning environmental movement.
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30.70 USD

Woodstock 1969: The Lasting Impact of the Counterculture

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By focusing on the social and cultural life of post-1965 Taiwan immigrants in Queens, New York, this book shifts Chinese American studies from ethnic enclaves to the diverse multiethnic neighborhoods of Flushing and Elmhurst. As Hsiang-shui Chen documents, the political dynamics of these settlements are entirely different from the traditional ...
Chinatown No More: Taiwan Immigrants in Contemporary New York
By focusing on the social and cultural life of post-1965 Taiwan immigrants in Queens, New York, this book shifts Chinese American studies from ethnic enclaves to the diverse multiethnic neighborhoods of Flushing and Elmhurst. As Hsiang-shui Chen documents, the political dynamics of these settlements are entirely different from the traditional closed Chinese communities; the immigrants in Queens think of themselves as living in worldtown, not in a second Chinatown. Drawing on interviews with members of a hundred households, Chen brings out telling aspects of demography, immigration experience, family life, and gender roles, and then turns to vivid, humanistic portraits of three families. Chen also describes the organizational life of the Chinese in Queens with a lively account of the power struggles and social interactions that occur within religious, sports, social service, and business groups and with the outside world.
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10.450000 USD

Chinatown No More: Taiwan Immigrants in Contemporary New York

by Hsiang-shui Chen
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When thousands of women gathered in 1983 to protest the stockpiling of nuclear weapons at a rural upstate New York military depot, the area was shaken by their actions. What so disturbed residents that they organized counterdemonstrations, wrote hundreds of letters to local newspapers, verbally and physically harassed the protestors, ...
Nuclear Summer: The Clash of Communities at the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment
When thousands of women gathered in 1983 to protest the stockpiling of nuclear weapons at a rural upstate New York military depot, the area was shaken by their actions. What so disturbed residents that they organized counterdemonstrations, wrote hundreds of letters to local newspapers, verbally and physically harassed the protestors, and nearly rioted to stop one of the protest marches? Louise Krasniewicz reconstructs the drama surrounding the Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice in Seneca County, New York, analyzing it as a clash both between and within communities. She shows how debates about gender and authority-including questions of morality, patriotism, women's roles, and sexuality-came to overshadow arguments about the risks of living in a nuclear world. Vivid ethnography and vibrant social history, this work will engage readers interested in American culture, women's studies, peace studies, and cultural anthropology.
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10.450000 USD

Nuclear Summer: The Clash of Communities at the Seneca Women's Peace Encampment

by Louise Krasniewicz
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A History of Delano, Pennsylvania
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29.400000 USD

A History of Delano, Pennsylvania

by H O Moser
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Methodist Records of Baltimore City, Volume 1, 1799-1829
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26.250000 USD

Methodist Records of Baltimore City, Volume 1, 1799-1829

by Henry C. Peden
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Nestle in Fulton, New York: How Sweet it Was
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23.090000 USD

Nestle in Fulton, New York: How Sweet it Was

by James Farfaglia
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A History of Christianity in Pittsburgh
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25.190000 USD

A History of Christianity in Pittsburgh

by Gary Scott Smith
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Guardians of the Record: The Origins of Official Court Reporting and the Shorthand Writers Who Made It Possible
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30.440000 USD

Guardians of the Record: The Origins of Official Court Reporting and the Shorthand Writers Who Made It Possible

by Herbert C. Hallas
Hardback
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Grayson County, Virginia Deeds: Volume 11: 1855-1862
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26.250000 USD

Grayson County, Virginia Deeds: Volume 11: 1855-1862

by Brendon S Burns
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Ten Crucial Days: Washington's Vision for Victory Unfolds
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31.500000 USD

Ten Crucial Days: Washington's Vision for Victory Unfolds

by William L Kidder
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Harford County, Maryland, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1871-1875
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34.650000 USD

Harford County, Maryland, Marriage References and Family Relationships, 1871-1875

by Henry C. Peden
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Early Church Records of Monmouth County, New Jersey
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27.300000 USD

Early Church Records of Monmouth County, New Jersey

by Anna Watring
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Home Birth Records of Dr. Chichester Tapscott Peirce: 1919-1954
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26.250000 USD

Home Birth Records of Dr. Chichester Tapscott Peirce: 1919-1954

by Margaret L Forrester
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Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow
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26.200000 USD

Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow

by Edgar Mayhew Bacon
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History of the Counties of Berks and Lebanon: Containing a Brief Account of the Indians Who Inhabited This Region of Country, and the Numerous Murders by Them; Notices of the First Swedish, Welsh, French, German, Irish, and English Settlers, Giving the Na
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36.700000 USD

History of the Counties of Berks and Lebanon: Containing a Brief Account of the Indians Who Inhabited This Region of Country, and the Numerous Murders by Them; Notices of the First Swedish, Welsh, French, German, Irish, and English Settlers, Giving the Na

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Harford County, Maryland Death Certificates, 1898-1918: An Annotated Index
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33.600000 USD

Harford County, Maryland Death Certificates, 1898-1918: An Annotated Index

by Henry C. Peden
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1889 List of Taxpayers of Frederick County, Maryland
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26.250000 USD

1889 List of Taxpayers of Frederick County, Maryland

by Trudie Davis-Long
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The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter: With a Full Account of His Travels and Labors Among the Germans in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia: Including His Services as Chaplain in the French and Indian War, and in the War of the Revolution, 171
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49.300000 USD

The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter: With a Full Account of His Travels and Labors Among the Germans in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia: Including His Services as Chaplain in the French and Indian War, and in the War of the Revolution, 171

by Henry Harbaugh
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