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Synopsis : The President s Lady written by Irving Stone, published by Thomas Nelson which was released on 1996-08-13. Download The President s Lady Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. B I B L IO GRAPHY RACHEL JACKSON There is only one biography published about Rachel Jackson, General Jacksons Lady by Mary French Caldwell (privately printed by the Ladies Hermitage Association, Nashville, Tennessee, 1936). -- In this acclaimed biographical novel, Irving Stone brings to life the tender and poignant love story of Rachel and Andrew Jackson. "Beyond any doubt one of the great romances of all time." -- The Saturday Review of Literature
Type: BOOK - Published: 1996-08-30 - Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
In this acclaimed biographical novel, Irving Stone brings to life the tender and poignant love story of Rachel and Andrew Jackson. "Beyond any doubt one of the great romances of all time." -- The Saturday Review of Literature
Books about A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in Music, Chaplains, Clerks, Choristers, and Other Members of Saint Mary Magdalen College in the University of Oxford, from the Foundation of the College to the Present Time: The demies. v. 1-4; 1482-1857
Books about Biographical History of Cherokee County, Iowa, Containing Portraits of All the Presidents of the United States from Washington to Harrison, with Accompanying Biographies of Each; a Condensed History of Iowa, with Portraits and Biographies of the Governors of the State...with Personal Histories of Many of the Early Settlers and Leading Families
Authors: John Rouse Bloxam, Magdalen College (University of Oxford)
Categories: Oxford (England)
Type: BOOK - Published: 1876 - Publisher:
Books about A Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, Instructors in Grammar and in Music, Chaplains, Clerks, Choristers, and Other Members of Saint Mary Magdalen College in the University of Oxford: The demies. v. 1-4; 1482-1857
The emergence of Madame Pratibha Patil as the first woman president of India had been a historic moment of great consequence. Bearing as the eminent personality representing the common man with distinct identity, she had a glorious innings proportional to the stupendous personality. Born on September 19, 1934, Pratibha was an exemplary child. She excelled in sports as well as studies. She had been a winner in various walks of life rather a perfectionist to the core. She practiced law after graduation and followed the footsteps of her father. Sooner, her career swung into action mobilizing her to study the problems ailing common man. No doubt, Pratibha had a sensitive heart, which binds her with the world of literature forever. She scribbles her thoughts in the form of poetry quite frequently. She had been inquisitive and blessed with sharp logical mind, which assists her to trod the path of Truth. She had an inclination to join politics following her practice of law. She became the legislator for the state of Maharashtra (1962), governor of the state of Rajasthan (2004) and reached the covetous position of the president of Indian Democratic Republic. Abiding by the principles of polity, with an eclectic fervour for justice and progress in heart, Smt. Pratibha Patil has an extraordinary vision which, when bonded with capabilities, ensures her for positive development. Honourable Pratibha Patil's journey from childhood to the portals of Rashtrapati Bhawan, had been an inspiration for women to achieve empowerment within the framework of Constitution. Indeed, this historic event is a welcome glory for the nation.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-12-13 - Publisher: Routledge
An historical survey of the impact of individual First Ladies' impact on America and the American woman. A selection of each woman's own writings is given along with a commentary on her influence, and a biography of her life, and the narrative covers all the presidents' wives from Martha Washington to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-05-16 - Publisher: McFarland
Not every presidential visit to the theatre is as famous as Lincoln's last night at Ford's, but American presidents attended the theatre long before and long after that ill-fated night. In 1751, George Washington saw his first play, The London Merchant, during a visit to Barbados. John Quincy Adams published dramatic critiques. William McKinley avoided the theatre while in office, on professional as well as moral grounds. Richard Nixon met his wife at a community theatre audition. Surveying 255 years, this volume examines presidential theatre-going as it has reflected shifting popular tastes in America.