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    Who had it Better off; Nannie or Elinore

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    Nannie, being from the south, is a very well to do young lady that has to figure out not only how to take care of herself, but also her newly acquired family and ranch hands. Elinore, coming up from Texas, has to endure the hard, dry, and stubborn Clyde Stewart. I think that the best description of how she felt in the early days of her new adventure are captured in the conversation between her and Mrs. Landauer: “…as stingy as my old hen” (Heartland) Mrs. Landauer explains, talking about Mr. Stewart

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    Temple

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    on his arm. In ink,” said the priest as he rose from the rocker and handed the baby to Mrs. Molloy. “I have to get your breakfast,” she protested. “We’ll have to call... ... middle of paper ... ... At that moment Clyde realized Temple’s eyes were staring out the window. As Clyde turned his head back to the window, a flash of gold illuminated the interior of the pickup, seemed to rebound off the ceiling and out the front window. His foot involuntarily jammed the brake and the pickup quivered to

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    the other, keeping his eyes down . . . . [and he] appeared indeed to resent and even to suffer from the position in which he found himself" (p.9). Clyde Griffiths always wanted to be somebody---anyone but who he was. Growing up in a poor home of evangelizing, exhorting missionaries, he was not drawn to God but pushed away from Him and his family. Clyde was looking for a way to escape from his haunting reality to both a place and position in life that were more attractive. He was ashamed of his looks

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    Scotland and Scottish customs. My great-grandmother was a McKenzie, so I knew I had a connection within my ... ... middle of paper ... ... its eventual contraction. The Romans tried once more to conquer the lands, and made it as far as the Firth of Clyde, where they built the Antonine Wall. However, it was overrun and soon abandoned in 160 CE. After the Roman withdrawal, four tribes gained dominance in Scotland. In the east were the Picts, who held sway over the land from the river Forth and

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    Benjamin Franklin: A Brief Biography

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    Benjamin Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, was born January 17, 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts. He held numerous jobs throughout his lifetime including author, printer, inventor, scientist, postmaster, political theorist, statesman, diplomat, and civic activist. As a scientist he made significant contributions to the history of physics and American innovation through his experiments and discoveries with electricity. He was given the title “The First American” because of his

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