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Goderich, Ontario, located on the eastern shore of Lake Huron, is the subject of Book 23 in the Cruising Ontario series of books of photographs of towns and cities in Ontario. The photos show the architecture and design of old buildings, many that are over 100 years old, with some descriptions of the buildings and background information. A written history of the town is included which talks about the beginning of settlement, what it was like as a pioneer, farming practices in Huron County, the invention of bigger and better stoves to keep warm in the homes in the cold winter climate, a history of salt mining, and information about other industries. The August 2011 tornado that tore across the area destroyed many buildings and badly damaged others. Some of the pictures included in this book have met their purpose, saving our history one photo at a time, as some of the buildings no longer exist. Enjoy the visual history of the town.
Hugo Munsterberg was born into a merchant family in Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland), then a port city in West Prussia. His father Moritz (1825-1880), was a successful lumber merchant and his mother, Minna Anna Bernhardi (1838-1875), a recognized artist and musician, was Moritz's second wife. Moritz had two sons with his first wife, Otto (1854-1915) and Emil (1855-1915), and two with Anna, Hugo (1863-1916) and Oscar (1865-1920). The four sons remained close, and all of them became successful in their careers. A neo-Renaissance villa in Detmold, Germany, that Oscar lived in from 1886-1896 has recently been renovated and opened as a cultural center. The family had a great love of the arts, and Munsterberg was encouraged to explore music, literature, and art. Both his mother and his father died before he was 20 years old. When he was 12, his mother died. This marked a major change in the young boy's life, transforming him from a carefree child to a much more serious young man. Then in 1880 his father also died."
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Critical editions of the Old English poem Judgement Day II, its Latin source, Bede's poem De die iudicii, and the homily in Oxford, Bodleian, Hatton 113, which is based on the vernacular poem, are offered in this volume: Judgement Day IIis thus presented in its manuscript context, highlighting its links with the poems found there, and casting new light on its interpretation. The editions are accompanied with translations, a commentary on points of linguistic and literary interest, and a glossary. The introduction includes detailed descriptions of the manuscripts in which the works appear; the function of the poems as penitential verse; and a discussion of eschatological thought in the the early middle ages, especially with regard to Bede. There are also sections on the language, style and metre of the Old English poem, and a full literary analysis. Professor GRAHAM D. CAIE is Head of the School of English and Scottish Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow.
Produce picture perfect cakes, pastries, biscuits and bread with the help of the flip cookbook. Step by step photographs and clear, concise instructions will guide you through the ins and outs of baking, from preparing your ingredients through to the final flourishes.
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