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Not a Plack the Richer

Author : Marina Pallister
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Argyll is well known for its magnificent scenery, breathtaking coastline and picturesque villages. But hidden among its beautiful hills and glensand on its islands is evidence of an extraordinary industrial past. Minerals have been mined in Argyll for millennia, and from the 1700s lead, copper, zinc, silver, nickel and gold were sought by landowners as a way to exploit their estates, as well as by entrepreneurs and prospectorswanting to make a quick buck or, preferably, a considerable fortune. Mining spurred the development of the county's infrastructure, bringingbursts of prosperity to remote communities and a 'frontier spirit' redolent of the American West.In this book, Marian Pallister tells the story of Argyll's mining past. Her research into official records, letters and other documentary material isset beside the personal experience of those involved at all levels in the industry itself and the local communities whose lives it changed forever.

How to Raise and Train a Dalmatian

Author : Arthur Liebers
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The New York Times Biographical Service

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A compilation of current biographical information of general interest.

Aliko Mohammad Dangote

Author : Moshood Ademola Fayemiwo
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MOSHOOD ADEMOLA FAYEMIWO was a newspaper publisher/editor in Nigeria where he grew up but now lives in Chicago. An alumnus of University of Lagos, Nigeria, University of South Florida, and State University of New York, he is author of Who's Who of Africans in America and four published books. His next book is; Jonathan; The Squandering of Good Luck. MARGIE MARIE NEAL is former university professor, education consultant, and reading coach in Chicago. An alumna of State University of New York, Chicago State University, American College of Education, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is co-author, People Power in Africa: A Week That Changed Nigeria Forever, and author of; The Roles of Professional Organizations in the Effective Teaching of Reading in Chicago Public School-CPS: The IRA and IRC as Case Studies, (forthcoming). Praise For ALIKO MOHAMMAD ADNGOTE THE BIOGRAPHY OF THE RICHEST BLACK PERSON IN THE WORLD A highly recommended book to anyone who enjoys learning about how different people of all walks of life become rich and successful, and what it takes to get to the top---Readers Favorite Book (Starred Review), USA.A compelling book about a unique personality in Africa---Goodreads, USA. Flawlessly written, Dangote stands out as a hallmark of excellent artisanship and knowledgeable chronicling--- Bookplex Review of Books, Mumbai, India. Nigerian Aliko Dangote, the richest black person in the world, is a witness to the fact that success as a passionate entrepreneur is not limited by race, ethnicity or national origin---Congressman Jesse L. Jackson, Jr.-(D - IL), 2nd Congressional District, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC, USA. In a land lacking a culture of independent biography, this is a starting point, and Dangote is a promising introduction to the fascinating and still largely unmapped universe of one of the world's richest men.---The Huffington Post, USA. Dangote has trumped long held assumptions, cultural archetypes and stereotypes, to become known as a respected business man, power broker and philanthropist---Hon Gloria Hyatt, Member of the British Empire (MBE), motivational speaker, education, coach and managing director, Teach Consultancy Limited, UK. This is a timely book on Aliko Dangote and the positive changes that are taking place in Africa, ---Prof.Vijay Mahajan, The John Harbin Centennial Chair of Business, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas, Austin USA. Publisher's website: http: //

The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine

Author : Josiah Gilbert Holland
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Theatre Magazine

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William Winter Comments

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The Black Prism Perspectives on the Black Experience

Author : Inez Smith Reid
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Summary of Rich Dad Poor Dad

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Why Do The Rich Gets Richer and The Poor Gets Poorer? This book will spill the secrets of why the rich are always getting richer and why the poor will usually be getting poorer. No. It's not black and white. It's just statistics and averages. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki was originally published in 1997. Back then, it was a highly controversial book. Ideas like your house is your liability and how Robert Kiyosaki defines assets and liabilities was highly debated on back then. That is, as we all know, history. Today, many self-made millionaires and multi-millionaires' credits Rich Dad Poor Dad for the paradigm shift that a formal education could never achieve. Rich Dad Poor Dad is the #1 finance book for years after years for good reasons. You'll find out why most people will never get out of the rat race in their lifetime and how you too can become financially free one day. Here's what you'll discover... --- Chapter 1: The Importance of Making Money Your Slave (something your teachers never taught you) --- Chapter 2: Getting to Know Your Money (things we never learn in school) --- Chapter 3: How to Work for Yourself and Not Someone Else --- Chapter 4: Basics of Taxes and How to Reduce Them... Legally --- Chapter 5: How to Create Money --- Chapter 6: Learning to Learn --- Chapter 7: Fear and How to Conquer it --- And so much more. If you're ready to discover and become a Master of a subject that will not only help you in getting a better life but superior business deals, click on the Buy Now button and start reading this summary book now! ------------- Why Grab Summareads' Summary Books? --- Unparalleled Book Summaries... learn more with less time. --- Bye Fluff... get the vital principles of a full-length book in a limited time. --- Come Comprehensive... handy companion that can be reviewed side by side the original book --- Hello Facts... we will never inject our opinions into the original works of the authors --- Actionable Now... because knowledge is only potential power ------------- Disclaimer: This is an unauthorized book summary. We are not affiliated or sponsored by the original authors or publishers in anyway. In every summary book, you'll realize that it is a great resource for personal development and growth. Nevertheless, we encourage purchasing BOTH the original books and our summary book as your retention for the subject matter will be greatly amplified.

Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White

Author : Adam Hamilton
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Everyone agrees that America is polarized, with ever-hardening positions held by people less and less willing to listen to one another. No one agrees on what to do about it. One solution that hasn’t yet been tried, says Adam Hamilton, is for thinking persons of faith to model for the rest of the country a richer, more thoughtful conversation on the political, moral, and religious issues that divide us. Hamilton rejects the easy assumptions and sloppy analysis of black and white thinking, seeking instead the truth that resides on all sides of the issues, and offering a faithful and compassionate way forward. He writes, "I don't expect you to agree with everything I've written. I expect that in the future even I won't agree with everything I've written here. The point is not to get you to agree with me, but to encourage you to think about what you believe. In the end I will be inviting those of you who find this book resonates with what you feel is true, to join the movement to pursue a middle way between the left and the right - to make your voices heard - and to model for our nation and for the church, how we can listen, learn, see truth as multi-sided, and love those with whom we disagree." Read more about this title Adam Hamilton's Seeing Gray Blog Now available! Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White - DVD UPC: 843504001902 A five-session video resource featuring Adam Hamilton teaching these concepts on DVD for group or individual study. Includes leader's guide as well as bonus video. Click below to view a preview of each video session. Where Faith and Politics Meet Christ Christians and the Culture Wars How should we live, The Ethics of Jesus Spiritual Maturity and Seeing Gray What Would Jesus Say to America?

Think and Grow Rich

Author : Dennis Paul Kimbro
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A guide to success covers issues such as prejudice and poverty, and includes the success stories of Oprah Winfrey, Don King, and John Johnson, founder of "Ebony" magazine

Saltwater Tramp

Author : Warren Armstrong
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Country Life

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Annual Report New South Wales Department of Mines

Author : New South Wales. Department of Mines
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Sociological Abstracts

Author : Leo P. Chall
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Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

Richer You

Author : Chika Bernice Nwagwughiagwu
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Many people believe they can fix all their problems if only they had more money. You probably believe so too. However, the truth is that without the right knowledge and habits, people who have money are bound to create more problems for themselves. Habits are powerful because they shape our very existence and ultimately our future. They influence our health, wellbeing, and even our quality of life. To be frank, so many people know this, yet they have been unable to alter their bad habits because their brains have been wired, through repetition, to adopt a formula and sequence of action, making it difficult to change.Habits control everything we do and may lead us straight to an unhappy ending if we do not act with tact and intelligence.Very few people have spent time trying to understand their relationship with money. They get confused mid-month when they look at their bank accounts and ask themselves where all their money went, sometimes they go on to imagine there is a black hole sucking up the money in their pockets, causing everything to vanish into thin air.Well, I would love to agree with you, but self-denial will never make all our troubles go away. Everybody thinks about making money, but nobody stops to think about what happens after we get this money and how to manage it so that we can leave a legacy for ourselves and our unborn generations.History is rife with great men, many of whom because of their poor relationship with money and habits, went from grace to grass or, worse, had their children squander all they had amassed and wiped their footprints from the sands of time. This book will explain why even celebrated geniuses have failed to succeed at wealth creation while those labelled as misfits, psychologically impaired, dullards, dropouts relegated to the bottom of the class barrel have continued to amass wealth as footballers, baseball players, software engineers, IT gurus instead of lawyers, accountants, bankers, doctors, and economic analysts.'Richer You' will walk you through the mental adjustments necessary to unlocking your wealth potential and dealing with your money blocks while helping you face your fears. It will help you understand and repair your relationship with money, and I will virtually hold your hand while you rewrite your money scripts and introduce you to the one habit that can change everything.

The Making of Black Lives Matter

Author : Christopher J. Lebron
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Started in the wake of George Zimmerman's 2013 acquittal in the death of Trayvon Martin, the #BlackLivesMatter movement has become a powerful and uncompromising campaign demanding redress for the brutal and unjustified treatment of black bodies by law enforcement in the United States. The movement is only a few years old, but as Christopher J. Lebron argues in this book, the sentiment behind it is not; the plea and demand that "Black Lives Matter" comes out of a much older and richer tradition arguing for the equal dignity - and not just equal rights - of black people. The Making of Black Lives Matter presents a condensed and accessible intellectual history that traces the genesis of the ideas that have built into the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Drawing on the work of revolutionary black public intellectuals, including Frederick Douglass, Ida B. Wells, Langston Hughes, Zora Neal Hurston, Anna Julia Cooper, Audre Lorde, James Baldwin, and Martin Luther King Jr., Lebron clarifies what it means to assert that "Black Lives Matter" when faced with contemporary instances of anti-black law enforcement. He also illuminates the crucial difference between the problem signaled by the social media hashtag and how we think that we ought to address the problem. As Lebron states, police body cameras, or even the exhortation for civil rights mean nothing in the absence of equality and dignity. To upset dominant practices of abuse, oppression and disregard, we must reach instead for radical sensibility. Radical sensibility requires that we become cognizant of the history of black thought and activism in order to make sense of the emotions, demands, and argument of present-day activists and public thinkers. Only in this way can we truly embrace and pursue the idea of racial progress in America.

The Richest Woman in America

Author : Janet Wallach
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The best-selling author of Desert Queen traces the story of the turn-of-the-20th-century tycoon that offers insight into her abandonment by her mother, the Quaker values that marked her life, and the brash investment practices that caused her to be heralded and denounced by those who knew her.