The Avalanche of the White Hills August 28th 1826 The Avalanche of the White Hills August 28th 1826



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Author: McLellan Isaac

Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

ISBN: 1113398876

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The White Hills in PoetryThe White Hills in Poetry



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Author: Eugene Richard Musgrove

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 1357727534

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The White Hills The White Hills



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Author: Thomas Starr King

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 1359268065

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White Hills Cemetery BendigoWhite Hills Cemetery Bendigo



This work researched by Fiona Stanton straddles somewhere between a regular general history, genealogical study and a micro history.Cemeteries can give us an insight into the social mores of a population in a given period, the attitude to ...

Author: Fiona Stanton

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ISBN: 095804256X

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This work researched by Fiona Stanton straddles somewhere between a regular general history, genealogical study and a micro history.Cemeteries can give us an insight into the social mores of a population in a given period, the attitude to life, death and those who wished to memorialise those who are deceased. A nineteenth century widow with a large family, almost destitute might spend the little money that had been raised for her in placing an expensive memorial upon her late husband's grave. What will happen to her and the children in the future when there was no social service safety net?White Hills was really bustling in the 1850s, there were even thoughts to form a municipality centred upon the Seven White Hills. The rapid depletion of its initially rich gold resources prevented these civic aspirations of coming to fruition. The establishment of the cemetery near the Junction and in view of the hills which had made the area famous was a portion of the jigsaw which would make up this community. As the decline of the area took hold so the White Hills Cemetery suffered and was to become a far less desirable place to be interred as Fiona has pointed out.Through the life of the early sextants and their responsibilities, particularly that of William Millar we can learn about life and death at the cemetery, and the surprisingly many rules and regulations that had to be adhered to. You can meet the trustees, drunkards, the thief, paupers, children, Chinese offering prayers, the grieving, those well known in their time, the visitors and the respectful, they are all there.

Hills Like White HillsHills Like White Hills



Each of the eleven stories in Walter Wetherell¿s terrific new collection is unforgettable. my favorites deal with the complexities of fatherhood¿a wannabe country singer estranged from his daughter, a father searching for a beloved son ...

Author: W. D. Wetherell

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105124142303

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Each of the eleven stories in Walter Wetherell¿s terrific new collection is unforgettable. my favorites deal with the complexities of fatherhood¿a wannabe country singer estranged from his daughter, a father searching for a beloved son missing after a plane accident, and for a bonus, the best fishing story i¿ve ever read, as passed on from father to son. Hills Like White Hills is as good as contemporary american fiction gets.

The History of Warren a Mountain Hamlet Located Among the White Hills of New HampshireThe History of Warren a Mountain Hamlet Located Among the White Hills of New Hampshire



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Author: William Little

Publisher: Alpha Edition

ISBN: 9354021964

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