Youth s Keepsake

Youth s Keepsake

Mr . White died not long after his arrival in the Colony , and in process of time , Mr
. Edward Winslow married his widow . Mr . Winslow was one of the first party who
left the vessel and coasted along the shore of Cape Cod to find a good place to ...

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Keepsake

Keepsake

A MONTH AT THE SHORE Prologue Antoinette Stockenberg "An addictive,
captivating story of love, family and trust." -- Romance Reviews Today Laura
Shore has fled her humble past on Cape Cod and made a name for herself on
the ...

Author: Antoinette Stockenberg

Publisher: Antoinette Stockenberg

ISBN: 9780985780647

Category: Fiction

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Readers who enjoy Barbara Freethy, Nora Roberts and the classics of Mary Stewart will savor this intensely emotional story of family, betrayal and redemption, set in a quaint town in New England. KEEPSAKE. It's not a hand-made quilt, or an ivory pin, or a pretty small box for treasures .... It's the name of a postcard-perfect town in Connecticut. From its quaint gazebo to its white-steepled church and village green, Keepsake is the kind of place most would love to call home. It's home to Olivia Bennett, the town princess who has a charming shop there. It was home once to Quinn Leary, the son of her family's gardener: Quinn fled as a teenager with his father who was accused of a murder he didn't commit. And Keepsake is home, still, to someone with mayhem on his mind. When Quinn returns after an absence of seventeen years, he has one desire: to prove his father's innocence. It's not until he sees his childhood school rival, now a grown woman, that he realizes he harbors another but equally passionate desire--and that the two are tragically at odds. Editorial Reviews "Gloriously alive with fresh writing and an intriguing story, KEEPSAKE goes straight to the heart with its tale of love lost and found and a seventeen-year-old murder that screams to be solved. When you've got it, flaunt it, and KEEPSAKE has it all: passion, mystery, suspense, and characters that instantly endear. A standing ovation for Antoinette Stockenberg." --Under the Covers "I highly recommend KEEPSAKE; this book will keep you reading well into the night, with a story line that moves along at a very entertaining warp speed. Antoinette Stockenberg has written some of the smartest, sassiest, and sexiest contemporary romances around." --The Romance Reader One of the top ten romances of the year. --Amazon.com "Antoinette Stockenberg's writing is fresh and memorable, a voice to be reckoned with. She pulls out all the stops with hot, sizzling love scenes as well as some real heartbreakers that make you reach for the hankie box. First rate!" --Belles and Beaux of Romance "Antoinette Stockenberg is one hell of a writer. KEEPSAKE lives up to its name: it's a keeper. The story is fast-paced and reflects a small New England town as few books do. Olivia is a warm, intelligent heroine, and everyone will jump for joy after reading about Quinn." --Harriet Klausner "Ms. Stockenberg does a stellar job in this absorbing story that probes deep into the painful heart of a small community. KEEPSAKE is a keeper." 4 1/2 stars --Romantic Times "A briskly paced, exhilarating story that's impossible to put down. Don't miss this book; it's her best one yet." --Old Book Barn Gazette
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The International Geography

The International Geography

Provincetown , a land's end village on Cape Cod , is peculiar in containing a
colony of Portuguese , the families of ... famous rock on its shore is only a glacier
boulder of modest size , too small to be chipped off for keepsakes by the many ...

Author: Hugh Robert Mill

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ISBN: UCAL:$B141312

Category: Geography

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Presents a general history and principles of international geography as a field of both study and research.
Categories: Geography

Photo Keepsakes

Photo Keepsakes

Manny afternoon walking along the beach in search of a grand conch shell is one
of summers great pleasures. ... hSuzy Sells Seashells by the Seashore Memories
for Sail by Lauré Paillex MATERIALS: Cape Cod Cooperage slate picture ...

Author: Oxmoor House

Publisher: Leisure Arts

ISBN: 1574861085

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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WAYS TO PROTECT KEEPSAKES FROM THE DETERIORATING EFFECTS OF BRIGHT LIGHT, HUMIDITY AND DUST, AND TO DISPLAY THEM.
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BY THE SEA Book Three LAURA

BY THE SEA  Book Three  LAURA

—Providence Journal Economic hard times are a distant memory in the high-
flying 1980s as the descendants of Tess, ... —Romance Reviews Today Laura
Shore has fled her humble past on Cape Cod and made a name for herself on
the ...

Author: Antoinette Stockenberg

Publisher: Antoinette Stockenberg

ISBN: 9780985780692

Category: Fiction

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In the tradition of Upstairs, Downstairs and Downton Abbey, BY THE SEA is a four-book series that sweeps from the Gilded Age through the Gatsby Era's Roaring Twenties and then on to the Great Depression, culminating nearly a century later in Newport, Rhode Island, wealthy and alluring "City by the Sea." Set against a backdrop of mansions, the glorious America's Cup Yacht Races, and new money, the series traces the passions and adventures of three families from three different classes. Book Three: LAURA. While the Great Depression grinds relentlessly on, Laura Andersson, a Midwestern farm girl with an improbable love of the sea, embarks on a bold adventure that promises riches but delivers passion, one that threatens all she holds dear. Also available: Book One: TESS. Book Two: AMANDA. Book Four: THE HEIRS REVIEWS "A quality, original book. Antoinette Stockenberg has done her homework. The saga ... contains many of those little epiphanies, those moments of recognition .... --Providence Journal "A riveting saga/mystery. Ms. Stockenberg is a master of intrigue and romance ... she expertly leads readers through nearly a century of drama in the elegant, fascinating, and thrilling world of [Newport summers], culminating in a compelling mystery. This novel will provide smooth sailing for summer reading." --Rave Reviews "The action moves along at a speed that makes it virtually impossible to put the book down. If I had had the time I could have read it non-stop, and I nearly did .... Here is a book to satisfy every sort of reader--those who crave fast action, Newport aficionados, and the romantics among us who love happy endings." --Newport This Week Magazine "Sizzling [and] entertaining reading. The well-researched novel uses real people and places--such as the Vanderbilts and Dennis Conner--as a backdrop to the unfolding drama. --Soundings Magazine
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A Trip Around Cape Cod

A Trip Around Cape Cod

Nantucket, Marthas Vineyard, South Shore, and Historical Plymouth Ezra G.
Perry ... her sweetheart , who died at Newsoundland Banks long ago ; that he left
it with her , as a keepsake , before he sailed , and ... about 1800 , describes very
accurately what “ may be called with propriety Cape Cod houses ” on the Cape
town .

Author: Ezra G. Perry

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Category: Cape Cod (Mass.)

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Sand Castles

Sand Castles

—Romance Reviews Today Laura Shore has fled her humble past on Cape Cod
and made a name for herself on the opposite ... Keepsake "Deeply emotional ...
unforgettable" —amazon.com review KEEPSAKE ... a postcard-perfect town in ...

Author: Antoinette Stockenberg

Publisher: Antoinette Stockenberg

ISBN: 9780985780609

Category: Fiction

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WINNING A LOTTERY ... who hasn't dreamed of it? Wendy Hodene, for one. She has always been one of those people for whom just enough is plenty. She's married to a charmer, has a young son she loves, and lives close to family in a small New England house that her great-grandfather built. True, she'd love to have room for a three-cushion couch (and of course more closet space), but all in all, she's happy with her life. Happy, until her husband Jim goes and wins a lottery, upending every reassuring aspect of Wendy's existence. The man she thought she was married to for a decade turns out to be someone else entirely; the house she thought she wanted renovated turns into a stress-inducing pile of dust and demolition; the son who once desired nothing more than a new video game now wants a big new house on the beach; and the mysterious contractor who shows up among the crew on a fine June morning turns out to be a man who's both able and willing to destroy all that Wendy holds dear. Zack Tompkins has better things to do than to knock down walls and put in floor joists, but his fragile and heartbroken sister Zina is convinced that the lottery winner whose photo she's seen in a newspaper is the man who once married and then abandoned her. It doesn't take long after he's signed on as crew in the Hodene renovation for Zack to see that Zina was right. His choice then becomes all too clear: wound his sister, or tear apart a family. As dreams and schemes are washed away like sand castles from an incoming tide, one truth remains: some hearts, not fully broken, can mend and still be whole again. Editorial Reviews "Well-drawn, sympathetic characters, exceptional writing, and an intriguing premise that puts a new spin on a classic plot combine to produce a riveting story of selfishness, betrayal, and love that readers will find hard to put down. Stockenberg is a RITA Award-winning author and is noted for her compelling, emotionally involving stories." --Library Journal "A powerful suspense thriller ... the characters are a superb group, especially the key foursome. The plot is filled with twists and turns ... fans of taut thrillers with a romance will want to read this strong intrigue." --Harriet Klausner, Bookbrowser "Moral dilemmas abound in this intriguing and compelling tale." --Booklist "A beautiful story filled with imagination, complexity, and sweet love, SAND CASTLES had plot twists that had me tearing through the pages to find out what happened next. A keeper and a must-have for all lovers of romance." --The Word on Romance "Antoinette Stockenberg is a consummate storyteller, and SAND CASTLES is another example of how well she has mastered her craft. The author is in top-notch form. The characterizations are wonderfully drawn and believable in their actions and reactions. There are enough plot twists and turns to keep a reader highly interested. A sure-fire winner and highly recommended reading!" --NewAndUsedBooks.com "Antoinette Stockenberg continues to display an immense talent for creating powerful and gripping dramas that give readers the full range of human emotions." --Romantic Times "This book was wonderful! In fact, I was so caught up in the story, I forgot to analyze anything. Twists, good dialogue and a question to answer at the end .... Kudos ... an excellent read. --Old Book Barn Gazette
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Travel Leisure

Travel   Leisure

Cape Cod and the Islands . ... Inn 508-945-0096 Shore Road , Chatham Hy -
Line's High Speed Nantucket Ferry 1-800-492-8082 Ocean Street Dock , Hyannis
Chillingsworth ... Cape Cod also offers a variety of lodging , dining and shopping
experiences . Whether you revel in the splendor of the seashore or scour village
boutiques for that perfect keepsake , a trip to Cape Cod and the Islands will call to
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Yankee

Yankee

Using boat hooks and gaffs , Captain Ulysses Simpson and his crew on the
Bobbie towed the cumbersome beast to the Provincetown dock . From the
description given , the animal was probably a basking shark , a common visiting
species along the Cape Cod coast . ... A useful keepsake that lasts forever .
Comes in its own ...

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A Trip Around Cape Cod

A Trip Around Cape Cod

She was evidently disturbed, and answered nothing, but went out at once, in an
uncertain, bewildered way, and fed the hens. ... Newfoundland Banks long ago;
that he left it with her, as a keepsake, before he sailed, and she had kept it ever
since. ... among fishermen on the shore, or fashionables on the boulevards of
cities, one finds, as bottom and tap-root thereof, the heartlove between man and
woman ...

Author: E. G. Perry

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Category: Cape Cod (Mass.)

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Cape Cod Nantucket and Martha s Vineyard

Cape Cod  Nantucket and Martha s Vineyard

on. the. Beach. Cape beaches operate a dog ban between April 1st and October
1st. It doesn't matter if your dog is on a leash or under ... Discarded shells,
however, make wonderful keepsakes. shellfishing beds, as well as the wetlands.

Author: Dick Hilmer

Publisher: Insiders' Guide (CT)

ISBN: 1573801631

Category: Travel

Page: 555

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This comprehensive guide for travellers to this region provides information on all aspects of travel including hotels, dining, annual events and outdoor activities.
Categories: Travel

The International Geography

The International Geography

Provincetown , a land's end village on Cape Cod , is peculiar in containing a
colony of Portuguese , the families of fishermen ... rock on its shore is only a
glacier boulder of modest size , too small to be chipped off for keepsakes by the
many ...

Author: Hugh Robert Mill

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924029844390

Category: Geography

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The Story of Cape Cod

The Story of Cape Cod

The spinning wheel with its skein of downy flax holds a treasured memory in the
romantic history of the Old Cape . ... pewter , priceless shawls , baby clothes and
hundreds of other things too numerous to mention , lie behind the closcd doors of
the simple Cape cottage . ... Dixon's Garage , Inc. Monument Beach , Mass .

Author: Edwin Amos Freeman

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Category: Cape Cod (Mass.)

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The Art of the Decoy

The Art of the Decoy

Magical they were , because their quiet presence on a sandy beach or floating on
a pond could attract and beguile the wildfowl out of the sky ... Cape Cod , which
lies directly in the path of the great Atlantic flyway , was one of the first lands to
welcome the white settlers from Europe . ... It looked like a keepsake of some sort
.

Author: Adele Earnest

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ISBN: WISC:89042027623

Category: Animals in art

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A history of the art. The photographs show some of the best examples from private and public collections.
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Tidewater

Tidewater

the town's rich son and her childhood knight in shining armor, lives there still, and
his hold over Laura is as strong as ever. Like a true knight, ... Select here to read
the prologue from A MONTH AT THE SHORE. Keepsake "Deeply emotional ...
unforgettable" —amazon.com review KEEPSAKE... a postcard-perfect town in
Connecticut. ... the lovers starcrossed, until Dan takes up residence in the Cape
Cod lighthouse, with Maddie's rose-covered cottage just a short walk away ...
Embers ...

Author: Antoinette Stockenberg

Publisher: Antoinette Stockenberg

ISBN: 9780985780623

Category: Fiction

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HOW DEEP IS A MOTHER'S LOVE? Newly married to a man of wealth and reputation who's willing to be stepfather to her daughter Abigail, Sara Bonniface would seem to have all she's ever wanted for Abby: a beautiful home, a man to be there for her, and the assurance of a top education for the bright if headstrong child. But twelve-year-old Abby has other ideas, embarking on a crusade to learn more about her birth father. Relentless and computer-savvy, Abby manages to track down and then drag Ben McElwyn, ex-cop and now a P.I., back into Sara's life. It's the last thing that Sara needs. She's already under assault from a series of mystifying events that have her dreading the possibility that she's suffering from schizophrenia, the affliction that destroyed her own mother. It's the last thing that Ben needs. He's a lone wolf and determined to stay that way. Him —the father of a twelve-year-old daughter? He refuses to believe it. It's the last thing that Rodger Bonniface, Abby's stepfather, needs. Headmaster of a prestigious prep school in Massachusetts, Rodger's reputation is pristine. Rich, controlling, and cooly charming, Rodger has surprised everyone by marrying a woman with neither his background nor his sophistication. Still, Sara has great beauty, so they understand. And before her marriage she was a respectable widow, a sympathetic figure— everyone, including Rodger, believed. Until twelve-year-old Abby lobs that hand grenade into the elegant quarters of the house called Tidewater. REVIEWS "A spellbinding thriller that is both intense and riveting." —Romantic Times "With a flare matching Hitchcock, Antoinette Stockenberg delivers a wonderfully twisted story that is all too typical of what goes on today." —The Romance Reader's Connection "Five stars: This book has it all! It satisfied me on many levels. It has a touching romantic reunion, gut-twisting suspense, and wrenching emotional impact. Ms. Stockenberg excels at novels that explore the mother/daughter relationship, and this one is no exception. If you like suspense, romance, and family relationships, all wrapped up in a credible story, Tidewater should make you very happy." —Teresa Medeiros, New York Times bestselling author "Five stars: "A fast-paced story that puts the major characters in the middle of some very tough decisions. This is a great book, with wonderful characters and a stirring story. Try it and see what secrets can be buried when the tide washes over ...." —Shirley Jump , New York Times bestselling author "A compulsively readable suspense story." —The Romance Reader "Tidewater is a fast-paced, intriguing seaside suspense novel of betrayal, deception, family and love. Stockenberg delivers strong emotions, relationships, and sharp dialogue." —Writers Club Romance Group
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Index of American Watercolor Exhibitions 1900 1945

Index of American Watercolor Exhibitions  1900 1945

Author: Raymond L. Wilson

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ISBN: UOM:39015032099775

Category: Art

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"...invaluable for determining whether a particular watercolor was ever exhibited or in reconstructing an artist's exhibition history..." —ANTIQUE WEEK
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New England Magazine

New England Magazine

The prodiour to anyone who could understand fession in broken English — to
give it . Of Shakespeare he said he always him an old coat as a keepsake . ...
There was once a deacon on making him explain it and then calling Cape Cod ,
who heard early one mornpublic attention to his embarrassment . ing that there
had been a wreck on the Accordingly he took pains to have the beach near his
house .

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The House of Von K hler

The House of Von K  hler

there in bright , gay attire saying good - bye . Tears and hurrahs were mingled ,
and flowers were given to those who left , only to be thrown back one by one to
those on shore as a keepsake . As long as we ... One band on board was playing
" Merry Widow Waltz " while the band on shore played " America " . We got ... We
are going north along the coast of Newfoundland . ... Cape Cod is also in touch .

Author: Kitty Lee Kohler Cosentine

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ISBN: WISC:89061976080

Category: Nobility

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The emigrant ancestor, Hjalmar Fromholt von Kohler (1843-1928), son of Gustaf Adolf von Köhler and his, wife Julianna Concordia Gädda, was born in Tanum parish, Göteborg och Bohus County, Sweden. He died in Moline, Illinois. He came to Illinois abt. 1868. There he married Anna Catherine Larsdotter Johnsson (1831-1907) in 1870. Hjalmar changed his surname into Kohler. Includes autobiography of Hjalmar Fromholt von Kohler (Kohler). His mother, Julianna Concordia Gädda (b. 1803), was married first in 1826 to Carl Thorén. Youngest son from this marriage, Jean Adolf (Thorén) von Köhler (1838-1912), who was born in Tanum parish, also came to Moline, Illinois, where he died in 1912. Family members live in Illinois, Nebraska and elsewhere.
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Yesterday s Cape Cod

Yesterday s Cape Cod

C3135 The author offers sincere appreciation to all who have so generously
contributed photographs and keepsakes to this book . They are acknowledged (
in abbreviated form ) at the end of each caption : AA Provincetown Art
Association CC Cape Cod Chamber of ... RJB Red Jacket Beach Motor Inn
Russell Barbara Russell of Sandwich Seaman Carrie Seaman of Provincetown
SGM Sandwich Glass ...

Author: Evelyn Lawson

Publisher: E A Seemann

ISBN: UVA:X000289845

Category: History

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The New England Magazine

The New England Magazine

He did give us essentially this account of why he was sent away from Harvard ,
early in the summer of 1838 , to pass some months ... that was the way in which
he combined his benefactor's name and prosession in broken English — to give
liim an old coat as a keepsake . ... There was once a deacon on Cape Cod , who
heard early one morning that there had been a wreck on the beach near his
house .

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