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The Agrarian Crusade by Solon Buck. A history of the protest brought about by the agricultural class shortly after the settlement of the Western Frontier. From the inception, with the Granger movement through the Greenback and Populist phases.
The Babylonian Legends Of Creation by E. A. Budge. The beliefs of the ancient Babylonians are chronicled in this book which begins with the discovery of some clay tablets. The telling of creation from the point of view of the Babylonians and Assyrians.
Egyptian Ideas Of The Future Life by E. A. Budge. This book was written to place before the reader an account of the principal ideas and beliefs held by the Egyptians concerning the resurrection and future life. Published in 1908 this book also talks about Egyptian Gods.
The Literature Of Ancient Egyptians by E. A. Budge. This is an elementary introduction to the study of Egyptian literature. It presents a short series of specimans of Egyptian compostitions including all the great periods of literary activity in Egypt.
White Queen Of The Cannibals by A. J. Bueltmann. This is the story of a missionary worker who spent time on the West coast of Africa. You will read of her adventure in the jungle, her time among cannabals and the journey's end.
Travels Through The Empire Of Morocco by John Buffa. A physician to his Majesty's forces is sent to Gibraltar with his family for the purpose of becoming the Garrison Surgeon there. This is the telling of his adventures and experiences in this part of the world.
On The Indian Sect Of The Jainas by Johann Buhler. The Jainas sect is a religious society in India. You will learn of the peculiarities of this doctrine and it's customs. There are several resemblances to Buddism and was founded about the same time.
Rambles In The Mammoth Cave by Alexander Bullitt. A complete look at this large cave in 1844. There is detailed description of this cave in Kentucky as well as information about the above ground area. Included are some interesting facts about the cave.
The Maternal Management of Children by Thomas Bull. Published in 1840 this book shows us just how far we have come. The book looks at general management of children's health and how it was completed during this era. A look at childhood diseases and how they were handled.
Fairytales, Their Origin And Meaning by John Bunce. This little book consists of a lecture which was given on this subject in 1877. It was written to induce the study of folklore and includes some accounts of dwellers in Fairyland.