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World Library Foundation Newsletter : January 2018 : Volume 2, Issue 1

By: World Library Foundation Newsletter Dept.

Keeping our patrons informed with the ongoing changes, we created the World Library Foundation Newsletter. The newsletter includes news and information about our various portals and the wonderful books, articles, encyclopedias, photographs, and research documents that may be found here. For our Volume 2, 1st Issue, January 2018, we would like to share with you some stories about the books you will find on our shelves. We hope the newsletter will lead readers to discov...

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Diário de um Par de Olhos

By: André Santanchè

Nem sempre foi óbvio o quanto sou diferente das outras pessoas. Eventualmente eu me dei conta. Parece estranho como vivi tanto tempo pensando que todos veem o mundo como eu. As pessoas se divertem quando eu digo que não as reconheço de óculos escuros, porque não consigo ver os olhos. Parece uma invenção. Até mesmo eu acreditei que estava inventando. E talvez esteja. O doutor apontou aquela luz para o fundo dos meus olhos em uma tarde do dia dois. Não encontrei nenhum p...

Começa escuro, mas eu não tenho medo. Lembro hoje como em todos os tempos, é uma parte de uma memória antiga, o som da chuva e dos trovões distantes. Eu ainda não tinha nascido, e aquela intimidade com o som do mundo vazio, onde chove, se fundiu comigo, ali dentro, um pouco antes de eu nascer. A chuva. Escuro e recolhido, ao som daquela coisa que eu ainda não tinha visto, a chuva, eu quis, como o faria toda a vida, que nunca acabasse e, por isso, demorei a sair. ...

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Utkal Brahmini

By: Prabir kumar mahanti

UTKAL BRAHMAN:- Utkal Brahmins/Brahman: - Research & Encyclopedia.Utkal means that are best in art and those who were Brahman by caste and best in art were known as Utkala Brahman. Now UtkalaBrahmans are found in odisha and its neighboring states borderlike, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhandand other part of India and abroad utkal brahmin ebook by prabir mahanti Copyright: © All Rights Reserved

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Vadhod Vakhtovakhat : Web Journal, No. 1: Web Journal

By: Manilal Gala, Editor

It is a part one of the web anthology of articles in Kachhi language published in website : vadhod.com during 2014-2015 period

bhorindho, aguno kachhi vajinter, aakhani, holana, piroli, ginan-kos, sad-sanket ji gaal,

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Hindi Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Guj. Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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To Do As the Mind Dictates… (Eng. Dadavani January-2018)

By: Dada Bhagwan

Upon attaining Gnan (Knowledge of Self) from absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan, when bliss of the Self is experienced, it is understood that this worldly life is trap. Based on Gnan, the goal for rest of one’s life becomes decided, ‘I want to practice  pure  brahmacharya in this body & be an instrument in absolutely revered Dada Bhagwan's mission of salvation. After the firm  resolve of practicing brahmacharya takes place,  who weakens this resolve? There is illusory attac...

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From Resistance to Revolution : A compilation of literary works, p...

By: Historyisaweapon Org

A compilation of literary works, poems, letters, and speeches on resistance and revolution.

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Raising Our Voices : Compiled articles and speeches: Compiled arti...

By: Historyisaweapon Org, Compiler

A compilation of articles, poems, speeches, and other literary works on women's rights, economics, human rights, and a variety of topics.

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Dear Earth One

By: Donald Harry Roberts

Draven Dash is the only human on a strange, weird and wonderful world.

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Wall Street Owns The Country

By: Mary Elizabeth Lease

A Speech by Mary Elizabeth Lease (circa 1890)

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Annals of the Great Strikes in the United States

By: J. A. Dacus

J. A. Dacus, Annals of the Great Strikes in the United States (1877). In J A Dacus, Annals of the Great Strikes in the United States: A Reliable History and Graphic Description of the Causes and Thrilling Events of the Labor Strikes and Riots of 1877(St Louis: Scammell and Company, 1877), pp. 21—23, 42-43, 98-99.

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First Annual Meeting of the American Equal Rights Association

By: Sojourner Truth

First Annual Meeting of the American Equal Rights Association (First Speech) at the Church of the Puritans, New York City on May 9, 1867. Published in the New York Tribute, 10 May 1867: 8. Truth's Speech has also been called, "Keeping the Thing Going While Things Are Stirring".

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Martin Delany's Advice to Former Slaves

By: Edward M. Stoeber

Martin Delanys Advice to Former Slaves (July 23. 1865). The speech was reported in the letter of Lieutenant Edward M. Stoeber to Major S. M. Taylor of the Bureau Refugees, Freed men, and Abandoned Lands South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, sent from Beaufort, S.C., July 24, 1865. Printed in pan in Ira Berlin, Steven Hahn, Steven F. Miller, Joseph P. Reidy, and Leslie S. Rowland, "The Terrain of Freedom: The Struggle over the Meaning of Free Labor in the U.S. South," His...

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"Voting by Classes"

By: Mechanic (Unknown)

"Mechanic" (Unknown), "Voting by Classes" (October 13, 1863) . In Columbus [Georgia] Daily Sun, October 13,1863, p. 1.

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The Great Riots of New York

By: Joel Tyler Headley

Joel Tyler Headley, The Great Riots of New York (1873). First printed as The Great Riots of New York, 1712 to 1873: Including a Full and Complete Account of The Four Days' Draft Riot of 1863 (New York: E. B. Treat, 1873). Reprinted as Joel Tyler Headley, The Great Riots of New York: 1712-1873 (New York: Thunders Mouth Press, 2004), pp. 109-13.

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Declaration of Sentiments

By: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

In 1848, a historic assembly of women gathered in Seneca Falls, New York, the home of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Stanton organized the Seneca Falls Convention with Lucretia Mott, who, like her, had been excluded from the World Anti-Slavery Convention in London eight years earlier. Modeling her declaration closely on the Declaration of Independence, Stanton extended it to list the grievances of women. The Declaration also called for the right for women to vote, a radical dem...

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John Brown's Last Speech

By: John Brown

On October, 16, 1859, John Brown and nearly two dozen comrades seized the armory at Harper's Ferry in West Virginia, hoping to use its massive arsenal in the struggle to forcibly end slavery. Captured and brought to trial at nearby Charles Town, Brown was found guilty of treason. One month before his execution, John Brown addressed a courtroom in Charlestown, West Virginia, defending his role in the action at Harper's Ferry. Henry David Thoreau, although himself did not ...

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The Impending Crisis of the South

By: Hinton Rowan Helper

Hinton Rowan Helper, The Impending Crisis of the South (1857). First printed in New York by Burdick Brothers in 1857. Reprinted in Hinton Rowan Helper, The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It, ed. George M. Frederickson (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1968), pp. 42-46.

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Marriage Protest of Lucy Stone and Henry B. Blackwell

By: Lucy Stone; Henry B. Blackwell

Marriage Protest of Lucy Stone and Henry B. Blackwell (May 1, 1855). Quoted in T. W. Higginson, "Marriage of Lucy Stone Under Protest," The Liberator (Boston, Massachusetts), vol. 25, no. 18 (Whole no. 1085) (May 4, 1855), p. 71.

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Fourth of July Address at Reidsville, New York

By: John Quinney

From Great Documents in American Indian History, Edited by Moquin, Wayne and Charles Van Doren (1973).

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"Speech of Reverend Theodore Parker at the Faneuil Hall Meeting"

By: Theodore Parker

Reverend Theodore Parker, "Speech of Theodore Parker at the Faneuii Hall Meeting" (May26,1854). In Charles Emery Stevens, Anthony Burns: A History (Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1856), pp. 289-95.

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America

By: James Monroe Whitfield

"America" is a poem in American and Other Poems, published in 1853 by J.S. Leavitt.

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What Time of Night It Is

By: Sojourner Truth

This report is from volume 1 of Stanton, Anthony, and Gage's History of Woman Suffrage. It is a brief account of Sojourner Truth's address at the convention of 1853 in New York. It is sometimes called the Mob Convention, because the audience consistently hissed at the speakers throughout the convention. The text, like many others of Truth's were written later from memory and from newspaper reports.

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The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro

By: Frederick Douglass

A speech given at Rochester, New York, July 5, 1852.

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