Author: Ralph Sanders with Carole Sanders PegPublish On: 2007-11-27
In general approach and content, this book resembles Alex Haley's best-selling novel, Roots, except that this work contains no fiction.
Author: Ralph Sanders with Carole Sanders Peg
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In general approach and content, this book resembles Alex Haley's best-selling novel, Roots, except that this work contains no fiction. It chronicles thirty generations and a thousand years of Sanders (and Saunders) family evolution beginning before England's earliest days and ending across the Atlantic in colonial Virginia and eventually frontier and later Kentucky. Family figures are portrayed in their own distinctive historical contexts and an extensive genealogy focused on old world lineage is appended. Nearly a thousand chapter notes on sources and names are furnished to assist readers interested in discovering their own ancestry.
This book chronicles thirty generations and a thousand years of Sanders (and Saunders) family evolution beginning before Englands earliest days and ending across the Atlantic in colonial Virginia and later Kentucky.
Author: Ralph Sanders, PhD
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book chronicles thirty generations and a thousand years of Sanders (and Saunders) family evolution beginning before Englands earliest days and ending across the Atlantic in colonial Virginia and later Kentucky. Family figures are described in their own distinctive historical contexts, and an extensive genealogy focused on Old World lineage is appended. Nearly a thousand chapter notes on sources and commentaries are furnished to assist readers interested in discovering their own ancestry. This new book revises and expands our earlier edition by extending family history another five generations and two hundred years into the deep past, correcting earlier literature on this subject. For the first time, the family coat of arms is decoded to learn its message. The portrayal of family activity and circumstances before and during the American colonial period are improved, and an appendix of previously unpublished Sanders vital records for the seventeenth century is included.
FIG 2 ' Sanders ' is not an uncommon name in Tudor England , and a small number of ... and Carole Sanders , Generations : A Thousand - Year Family History ...
Author: Sebastian Sobecki
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
No medieval text was designed to be read hundreds of years later by an audience unfamiliar with its language, situation, and author. By ascribing to these texts intentional anonymity, we romanticise them and misjudge the social character of their authors. Instead, most medieval poems and manuscripts presuppose familiarity with their authorial or scribal maker. Last Words: The Public Self and the Social Author in Late Medieval England attempts to recover this familiarity and understand the literary motivation behind some of most important fifteenth-century texts and authors. Last Words captures the public selves of such social authors when they attempt to extract themselves from the context of a lived life. Driven by archival research and literary inquiry, this book reveals where John Gower kept the Trentham manuscript in his final years, how John Lydgate wished to be remembered, and why Thomas Hoccleve wrote his best-known work, the Series. It includes documentary breakthroughs and archival discoveries, and introduces a new life record for Hoccleve, identifies the author of a significant political poem, and reveals the handwriting of John Gower and George Ashby. Through its investments in archival study, book history, and literary criticism, Last Words charts the extent to which medieval English literature was shaped by the social selves of their authors.
Joseph Loomis (ca. 1590-1658), the emigrant ancestor, was the son of John and Agnes Lyngwood Loomis, born in England. He was a woolen- draper in Braintree, Essex Co., England. He married Mary White (1590-1652), daughter of Robert and Bridget Allgar White of Messing, Co. Essex, England, in 1614. They sailed from London on Apr. 11, 1638 in the ship "Susan and Ellen", and arrived at Boston on July 17, 1638. In 1639 he and his family settled in Windsor, Connecticut. He had eight children. The first known ancestor of the Sanders family, James Sanders, was born 1760 in Maryland. He served in the Revolutionary War. Family members live in Arkansas, Louisiana, Illinois, Alabama and elsewhere.
Selected Readings from Anglo-Saxon Times to 1900 Wiley B. Sanders ... The family history of criminals shows their hereditary tendencies as a class.
Author: Wiley B. Sanders
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Although much is being published on the subject of juvenile delinquency, this volume of selected British and American source material provides something new. It includes material so old that it is practically unknown to present-day social scientists and also old material of a local nature that has never had wide circulation. Originally published 1970. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life. ... Sanders, Wiley B. 1970. Juvenile Offenders for a Thousand Years: Selected Readings from ...
Author: Donald J. Shoemaker
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Social Science
Juvenile Delinquency is a timely and comprehensive introduction to crime, justice, and young people, with an emphasis on theory and practice. The third edition retains the overall structure of the second edition and features updates throughout, including new information on gangs and prevention, the impact of race and gender on crime and justice, additional comparative and international examples, and more. The book opens with an overview of delinquency; historical and contemporary discussions of juvenile justice; theories of delinquency; institutional contexts of delinquency, such as school and the family; and chapters on topics such as drug use, youth gangs, female delinquency, police, courts, and corrections. Many chapters discuss treatment programs as well as delinquency and illustrate theory put into practice. Most issues are examined through the lenses of race, class, and gender. Juvenile Delinquency covers the essentials of the topic with a price point far below most competitors. To enhance student learning, a complimentary instructor’s manual and test bank are available. Please see the “Features” page for additional information.
Author: Elizabeth Cady StantonPublish On: 2017-03-09
... and six thousand years of experience have recognized the wisdom and ... of her disposition and the happiness which she brings around the family circle.
Author: Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Category: Literary Collections
Experience the American feminism in its core. Learn about the decades long fight, about the endurance and the strength needed to continue the battle against persistent indifference and injustice. Go back in time and get to know the founders and the followers, the characters of all the strong women involved in the movement. Find out what was the spark which started it all and kept the flame going. Learn about the organization, witness the backdoor conversations and discussions, read their personal correspondence, speeches and planned tactics. Learn about the relationship between great activists and what caused the fraction. See the movement in its full light and learn what it took to obtain most basic civil rights. Know your history! This six volumes edition covers the women's suffrage movement from 1848 to 1922. Originally envisioned as a modest publication that would take only four months to write, it evolved into a work of more than 5700 pages written over a period of 41 years and was completed in 1922, long after the deaths of its visionary authors and editors, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. However, realizing that the project was unlikely to make a profit, Anthony had already bought the rights from the other authors. As a sole owner, she published the books herself and donated many copies to libraries and people of influence. Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902) was an American suffragist, social activist, abolitionist, and leading figure of the early women's rights movement. Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906) was an American suffragist, social reformer and women's rights activist. Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) was a suffragist and daughter of Elizabeth Stanton. Matilda Gage (1826–1898) was a suffragist, a Native American rights activist and an abolitionist. Ida H. Harper (1851–1931) was a prominent figure in the United States women's suffrage movement. She was an American author, journalist and biographer of Susan B. Anthony.
The Sanders family and their fellow emigrants traveled far north into Alberta . ... on African - American history for the first time in some fifteen years .
Author: Terrie M. Rooney
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Your students and users will find biographical information on approximately 300 modern writers in this volume of Contemporary Authors®. Authors in this volume include: Catherine Obianuju Acholonu Tony Bennett Gail Susan Buckland Henry Cabot Lodge
The rest of the dead did not come to life until the thousand years were ... have been adopted into God's family as sons, “He predestined us to adoption as ...
Author: Ron Sanders
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
“Ron Sanders is able to speak to lay people about the scope of God’s plan for history as the result of many profitable years of study provided by Bible Study Fellowship for “regular people.” God in Imax pulls together the main threads of Scripture in readable form. This book will be welcomed by seasoned Bible students as well as newcomers to the study of God’s Word.” -Jean Nystrand Executive Director, BSF International (Retired) "Sanders surveys the scope of the Bible from a dispensational viewpoint in a single volume. He is to be commended for his work." -Dr. Stanley D. Toussaint Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Dallas Theological Seminary “For years I have seen Ron Sanders’ passion for God's word, and for the nations as he has partnered with our ministry in Cambodia. We appreciate Ron's heart as he has partnered with a number of our indigenous leaders to see them thrive in Advancing Christ's Kingdom in Cambodia.” -Garth Gustafson Indo-China Regional Director YWAM “I have known Ron Sanders for 20 years, since we first worked together on Okinawa, Japan. He is something of a Christian “father” to my wife and I--trusted friend and wise advisor. I am honored to endorse his scholarly book and pray each reader enjoys it, is challenged, and grows in their understanding and love of our Lord.” -Colonel Cornelius Jacobs (USAF, Ret) Overseas Missionary with Anglican Frontier Missions From the Author In writing, my purpose has been to show that God not only has been active in human history, but also desires a relationship with men and women, and the accounts about Him in the Bible are trustworthy. My wife suggested that something was needed that a present day audience could relate to. She suggested "God in Imax", an all surrounding view of God. Thus the final title: GOD IN IMAX: A Panorama of Divine History. It is our hope that this book will help many to better relate to God.