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Epoch 4 - 1431 Joan of Arc (Volume 2)

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  1. 1828 dictionary

    1828 Dictionary (Noah Webster)

    by Noah Webster


    NEW LOWER PRICE! Noah Webster's 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language was produced during the years when the American home, church and school were established upon a Biblical and patriotic basis. It is not surprising, therefore, that the 1828 American Dictionary should contain the greatest number of Biblical definitions given in any reference volume.
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  2. Adam's Chart of History

    Adam's Chart of History

    by Sebastian Adams


    The foldout chart features detailed, full-color drawings of various stages of history, from Adam and Eve to the late 19th century, with handwritten commentary throughout. Perfect for educational settings or Sunday school walls, it includes the descriptive booklet that was originally published with the chart. Follows James Ussher's time-line from The Annals of the World, the inspiration for Adam's monumental work.
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    $44.99
  3. An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    An Island Story - vol. 1 & 2 (1910)

    by H. E. Marshall


    Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was one of the most popular British writers of history books for children during the early Twentieth Century. She was best known for "Our Island Story", which is a child's history of England.
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    $24.95
  4. Apple and the Arrow

    Apple and the Arrow

    by Mary Buff


    Winner of a 1952 Newbery Honor Medal, this story of William Tell and his 12-year-old son, Walter, is now available in a special 50th anniversary dual edition. In 1291, William Tell is ordered by an Austrian tyrant to shoot an apple balanced atop Walter's head with his crossbow. The tale of William's arrest and escape and the daring revolt of the Swiss against the Austrians has become a legend around the world. Full-color and black-and-white illustrations.
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  5. Cascade (River of Time #2)

    Cascade (River of Time #2)

    by Lisa T Bergren


    In this action-packed sequel (2011) to Waterfall (2011, both David C. Cook), Gabi and Lia Bettarini return to 14th-century Italy with their mother, only to discover that months have passed since their departure. In their absence, the stories of the She-Wolves and their heroism have grown, making them beloved amongst the Sienese and detested by the neighboring Florentines. As tensions mount and battles between the two cities continue to erupt, Gabi's relationship with the noble Marcello deepens, prompting her to consider whether to remain forever in Italy's past or to return to the 21st century. Lisa T. Bergren expertly weaves elements of historical fiction, romance, Christian fiction, and time travel into a cohesive story. Her knowledge of medieval Italian history, politics, and culture is detailed, from the political intrigue and treachery that marked the time period to the customs to which society adhered. In direct opposition to 14th-century expectations is Bergren's depiction of the Bettarini women, who are confident, resourceful, and courageous. Whether deftly wielding swords and daggers or using the bow and arrow with deadly accuracy, Gabi and Lia are formidable warriors who fight side-by-side with the men of Sienna. Although strong character development and non-stop action move the story line forward, it's the swoon-worthy romance, based on sacrifice and faith, between Gabi and Marcello that truly serves as the backbone of the book.
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  6. If All the Swords in England: A Story of Thomas Becket

    If All the Swords in England: A Story of Thomas Becket

    by Barbara WIllard


    Young Simon, recently and tragically orphaned, becomes a scribe in the following of the exiled Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. The uncertainty of the tumultuous years leading to the infamous cathedral slaying is heightened by Simon's separation from his twin Edmund, who is in the service of King Henry II. With an expert pen Barbara Willard deftly recounts events leading to the bishop's martyrdom in 1170.
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  7. Joan of Arc

    Joan of Arc

    by Mark Twain


    Few people know that Mark Twain wrote a major work on St. Joan of Arc. Still fewer know that he considered it not only his most important but also his best work, spending 12 years in research and many months in France doing archival research. A book to inform and inspire its readers.
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  8. Joan of Arc

    Joan of Arc

    by Diane Stanley


    Joan was a child whose country suffered under the horrors of invasion and civil war. By 19, she was called the savior of France--and a heretic who was killed by being burned at the stake. Almost 500-years later, she was declared a saint. Full-color illustrations.
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  9. Joan of Arc (DK Biography)

    Joan of Arc (DK Biography)

    by Kathleen Kudlinski


    A biography on Joan of Arc, the young peasant woman who led the French army to victory over the English and saw the crowning of the French king, and later was made a saint.
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  10. Joan of Arc - DVD

    Joan of Arc - DVD

    by Ingrid Bergman


    Joan of Arc, the 15th-century French peasant girl who led the French in battle against the invading English, becoming a national hero. When she was captured, tortured, and ultimately executed by the English, she was made a Catholic saint.
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