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by Michael Doyle

Events of This Day: Facts of Interest to Montpelier Folks Briefly Told epub ebook

Author: Michael Doyle
Category: United States
Language: English
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 2, 2005)
Pages: 602 pages
ISBN: 0595356109
ISBN13: 978-0595356102
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From June 28, 1933 to June 27, 1934, every day for a year, Dorman B. E. Kent wrote an article for the "Montpelier Evening Argus" about the people, places and events of late 19th and early 20th century Montpelier and many surrounding towns

From June 28, 1933 to June 27, 1934, every day for a year, Dorman B. Kent wrote an article for the "Montpelier Evening Argus" about the people, places and events of late 19th and early 20th century Montpelier and many surrounding towns.

From June 28, 1933 to June 27, 1934, every day for a year, Dorman B.

Events of This Day. Facts of Interest to Montpelier Folks Briefly Told. Published June 2, 2005 by iUniverse, In. .There's no description for this book yet.

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Michael W. Doyle is an American international relations scholar who is a theorist of the liberal "democratic peace" and author of Liberalism and World Politics. He has also written on the comparative history of empires and the evaluation of UN peace-keeping. He is a professor of International Affairs, Law and Political Science at Columbia University - School of International and Public Affairs. He is the former director of Columbia Global Policy Initiative.

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From June 28, 1933 to June 27, 1934, every day for a year, Dorman B. E. Kent wrote an article for the Montpelier Evening Argus about the people, places and events of late 19th and early 20th century Montpelier and many surrounding towns. In these articles he mentions thousands of people by name and writes a compelling history of Montpelier not so much through the eyes of the community leaders and high society types that often dominate such histories, but through anecdotes of those both great and small and in doing so he gives a good account that should be of interest to all of those who can trace their roots back to the smallest state capitol in the country.
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