A History of the Beauprés of Portsmouth by David More
The Beauprés have a long and complex history with Canada, having helped build the country into what it is today through their hard work and perseverance. Beginning in 1620 and ending in 1956, Pierre’s Song details the lives of various generations of ...
Three Cell Flashlight
A Life of Service in the RCMP by AR Jay
A story of a young man leaving his home town in Prince Edward Island to train as a cadet in the RCMP Academy in Regina Saskatchewan. Hank becomes an RCMP officer and is stationed in various towns across the east coast of Canada, where he encounters ...
History of the Coptic Orthodox People and the Church of Egypt
by Robert Morgan
Egypt was trampled by almost every great power in the world. Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Persians, Turks, French, and English. Each came with their own agenda, greed and avarice. looting and pillaging the riches of Egypt, In many instances the proud ...
Searching for the Wild Girl of Champagne by Kathleen McDonnell
In September 1731, a feral child emerged from the woods in the Champagne region of France. Clothed in animal skins, with matted, unkempt hair, and wielding a small club, she ran like a hare, climbed trees like a cat, and ate leaves and raw meat. But ...
Land of the Golden River
The Medieval Tamil Folk Epic of Poṉṉivaḷa Nāḍu by Brenda E. F. Beck
A Journey through Story to Poṉṉivaḷa Nāḍu: An Ancient Tamil Kingdom This remarkable epic-length legend presents a rich and well-rounded view of local South Asian folk history, masterfully interwoven with many social themes and multiple layers of ...
Memories of Turtle Lake
The Story of Sunset View Beach by Kevin W. Hope
Memories of Turtle Lake and the Story of Sunset View Beach tells the story of an idyllic community in Northwest Saskatchewan from its first wave of doomed homesteaders in the early 1900s through to its success as a residential lake community today. ...
The Detroit Shoemaker
a novel by Barbara Reaume Sandre
At the age of eleven, shoemaker apprentice Hyacinthe Reaume dreamed of working in the vibrant fur trade like his father and uncles. He longed to join his voyageur father on one of his trips, despite its grueling labour and the dangers of traveling ...
Pigeons to Peshawar
by Kenneth F. Schanke
An amazing story—even more so because it’s all true. City-born and country-raised, Ken developed a need to fly and found a way to do it. While recalling his career as a USAF navigator, he relates to the history of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ’80s—linking ...
Boys' and Girls' Work at Mount Elgin Industrial School, 1890-1915 by Mary Jane Logan McCallum
This book takes its title from the phrase for “I work” in Lunaape, the traditional language of Munsee Delaware people, and was inspired by the work of the Munsee Delaware Language and History Group. Written for the descendants and communities of ...
A Kansas Man's Story by William Craig Lachowsky
In this daring and compelling work of personal memoir, author William Craig Lachowsky details his life story, from birth to now. Expelled from middle school for penning an off-color illustration not long after the Columbine massacre, Lachowsky finds ...