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Warrington Revisited

Author : Mary Doyle Roth
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At the time of Warrington Township’s founding in 1734, few landowners lived on Bucks County’s fertile soil. The history of the township is one of gradual growth and development. From unbroken wilderness grew small clusters of families forming villages. Warrington consisted of four villages: Warrington, Neshaminy, Pleasantville, and Tradesville. In the mid-1800s, the township’s landscape was made up of family farms, with agriculture as the main industry. In the late 1920s, the first small housing developments were built. By the early 1960s, larger housing developments and shopping centers had replaced many farms. Once lined with lush fields of crops and trees, the Doylestown–Willow Grove Turnpike/Easton Road/Route 611 has seen the most change throughout time. Historically significant families, including the Barnesses, Coggiolas, Cornells, Craigs, Holberts, Leventhals, Mayers, Pauls, Penroses, Wileys, and Worthingtons, created well-known businesses along this road on which they lived. Today, this thoroughfare has little historic substance to offer its current residents.

Warrington Revisited

Author : Mary Doyle Roth and Kenneth Samen for the Warrington Historical Society
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At the time of Warrington Township s founding in 1734, few landowners lived on Bucks County s fertile soil. The history of the township is one of gradual growth and development. From unbroken wilderness grew small clusters of families forming villages. Warrington consisted of four villages: Warrington, Neshaminy, Pleasantville, and Tradesville. In the mid-1800s, the township s landscape was made up of family farms, with agriculture as the main industry. In the late 1920s, the first small housing developments were built. By the early 1960s, larger housing developments and shopping centers had replaced many farms. Once lined with lush fields of crops and trees, the Doylestown Willow Grove Turnpike/Easton Road/Route 611 has seen the most change throughout time. Historically significant families, including the Barnesses, Coggiolas, Cornells, Craigs, Holberts, Leventhals, Mayers, Pauls, Penroses, Wileys, and Worthingtons, created well-known businesses along this road on which they lived. Today, this thoroughfare has little historic substance to offer its current residents."

Gaslight New York Revisited

Author : Frank Oppel
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Golden South Africa Or The Gold Fields Revisited

Author : Edward Peter Mathers
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Warrington Pen portraits

Author : William Stevens Robinson
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The Asian Journal of Public Administration

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Conrad Revisited

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The Negroland Revisited

Author : Pekka Masonen
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The theory of democracy revisited

Author : Giovanni Sartori
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Art in a City Revisited

Author : Bryan Biggs
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Building on the groundbreaking book Art in a City by John Willet, which first surveyed the history of visual arts in Liverpool, this engaging follow-up explores contemporary Liverpudlian art by looking at it from alternative perspectives. Exploring and challenging the claim that Liverpool is Britain’s second city for art, Art in a City Revisited surveys key institutional players such as the Bluecoat and the Walker Gallery, as well as the Tate Liverpool, FACT, and the Liverpool Biennial. A volume with rich discussion on the nature of artistic patronage, the changing role of public art, and the social and community role of the artist—including contributions from Sean Cubitt and Mary Jane Jacob—this book is a major consideration of the role art plays in city regeneration and the future of Liverpool as a center of creative industry.

The Royal Academy 1837 1901 Revisited

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Francis Warrington Dawson and the Politics of Restoration

Author : E. Culpepper Clark
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"This is a book that anyone interested in South Carolina history, the emergence of the New South, and the southern press, so important to the regional culture, will find valuable. Clark has researched all the important manuscript collections and a wide variety of other sources. He also writes in a style that is lucid and imaginative." --Journal of Southern History

South Carolina Journals and Journalists

Author : James B. Meriwether
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Women s Review

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The Spectator

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A weekly review of politics, literature, theology, and art.

The Argo Families Revisited

Author : Lewis Wesley Argo
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Alexander Argoe, Jr. was born between 1710 and 1720 in Virginia or Maryland. He married Sarah Tharpe before 1750. Their descendants are traced through their son, Alexander (1753-1820) and his wife, Salley Davis. Descendants are scattered throughout the U.S.

Tyrone Revisited 1834 1976

Author : Connie Riddell
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The Debate on the English Revolution Revisited

Author : R. C. Richardson
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Dr Richardson explains why the English Revolution remains so controversial and examines how and why historians have approached the subject over the past centuries.

The Mississippi Quarterly

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A World of Islands

Author : Godfrey Baldacchino
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