By Richard Harlan Pratt
By Richard Harlan Pratt
By Allan Petretti
By Timothy J. Mullin,John Ross
By Andrew D Madsen,Carolyn White
By Mike Loades,Peter Dennis
By C H Wendel
Finally, an encyclopedia reference paintings overlaying American farm implements and farm-related antiques from the 1800s in the course of the Nineteen Forties. via Encyclopedia of yankee Farm Implements & Antiques, stick with the fascinating and engaging technological advances in farm gear that made the USA the breadbasket to the world.
Thoroughly researched, this advisor good points approximately 2,000 infrequent illustrations of farm gear - the main poplar to the main imprecise - from agencies resembling Deere & Co., J.I. Case, Allis-Chalmers, foreign Harvester and McCormick. hint the heritage of:
Plus a lot More!
If you are interested in farming and historical past, you will love Encyclopedia of yankee Farm Implements & Antiques. not just does it establish and illustrate farm apparatus, however it explains how this gear used to be used and divulges the various trials and tribulations farmers confronted in utilizing it. additionally contains present rate levels for millions of implements and antiques.
By PAUL ANTWI
devil takes good thing about a number of stipulations in their lives. The Holy Spirit led the
author to unveil quite a few facets of lifestyles which believers and unbelievers needs to
know. It EXPOSES the identities of devil and his accomplices, in addition to their
activities; and gives revelations through which Christians could be capable of conquer
them. It additionally highlights a few issues that Christians needs to be wide awake
of, that they could stand company much less they fall. yes issues of the Christian existence; such
as fellowship with God, marriage, how God bargains with Christians, etc., are all
treated in it.
This publication, chiefly, demanding situations unbeliever to offer his/her lifestyles to
Christ; for salvation comes purely via Jesus Christ.
Indeed, it's a needs to learn for everybody, believers and unbelievers alike. If the
reader will ponder this booklet heavily, through practising what's discovered from it
(after acquiring it), he/she could be totally built and have the capacity to face up to the satan
in all his endeavors."
By Claudia Strasser
Shop and dream Paris style.
If you like French inside layout and cut price searching, Paris is the position the place your purchasing daydreams come precise. Claudia Strasser takes us on a winding journey during the Parisian flea markets discovering ornamental items all alongside the way.
Strasser discusses how you can convey the glance on your domestic through development collections and seeking out furnishings and add-ons to mirror your person kind no matter if it is Napoleon III, Louis XV, artwork Deco, paintings Nouveau, Moderne or Belle Epoque. no matter what it truly is, you are guaranteed to locate infrequent items that might be precious at your residence. store and dream your manner round the Paris flea markets with this deliciously colourful walk throughout the city's top markets and take domestic exact items which are destined to turn into heirlooms.
A stylized map supplies readers the lay of the land and Claudia stocks her pointers on the place to discover what, exchange secrets and techniques, her favourite purchasers and suggestion on delivery goods domestic. So, now sit and make a journey to Paris!
Claudia Strasser started her profession in 1993 whilst she opened a boutique in long island City’s East Village and crammed it with French boudoir furnishings and add-ons. She painted and repaired flea industry unearths, reincarnating them into the gleaming treasures. Now she travels to Paris all year long, taking small teams buying and sharing assets. She works on books and articles whereas designing a furnishings line and doing a little adorning tasks. Claudia’s kind and enterprise were featured in ratings of magazines. She is the writer of The Paris house: Romantic Décor on a Flea industry Budget (1997).
Claudia splits her time among long island, Paris, and Miami.
By Paul J. Jakstas