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Colonels in blue; Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee; a Civil War biographical dictionary.
Collaboratively compiled and co-edited by Wojciech Roszkowski and Jan Kofman (both of whom are Full Professors of History, Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, as well as Lecturers at the Collegium Civitas in Warsaw) and Jan Kofman, the "Biographical Dictionary Of Central And Eastern Europe In The Twentieth Century" is 1195-page compendium of succinct biographical summaries of significant men and women of Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech, Slovak, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Yugoslavia (and its successor states).
Jean Milligan is an example of one woman not found in any other major biographical source; she is included here for her contribution to preserving Scotland's culture as co-founder and teacher of the Scottish Country Dance Society.
Biographical portraits of women as historical actors and agents of knowledge continue to emerge as scholars identify new subjects, data sources, and analytical tools to bring individual lives into focus.
Concerned primarily "with the figure of Milarepa, his representation, and his biographical tradition as they evolved inside Tibet," the book offers a systematic reading of the works on the yogin composed in the first four hundred years after his death (11).
The FAA adopted the new test, called a biographical assessment, this year.
Lincolnshire Parish Clergy, c.1214-1968: A Biographical Register; Part 1: The Deaneries of Aslacoe and Aveland
A biographical dictionary, "Colonels in Blue" catalogs the Union Army colonels who commanded regiments in Michigan, Ohio, and West Virginia.
100 HOST POPULAR CONTEMPORARY MYSTERY AUTHORS: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND BIBLIOGRAPHIES
We checked with DEC Librarian Deb Ferguson who found a short biographical sketch of Mr.
This reference publication is the 2010 cumulation of short biographical sketches of popular and well-known personalities featured in Biography Today, published triannually by Omnigraphics.
Brigham Young University political scientist, who fact-checked biographical information and voting statistics, said his study validates Wikipedia as a reliable place to get a political education.
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