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Many of our selections are FREE TO READ!
If you love to read, this will be a place you may want to visit often. This site will feature selected ebooks, eMagazines and cookbooks all FREE to read online. You also have the option to print the whole eBook, eCookbook or eMagazine to your printer or just the pages you need. Our Featured eCookbook this month is the Stone Soup Cookbook. This is a very interesting eCookbook based on minimalist cooking ingredients.
eCookBook and eBook Instructions: Click on the cover to the left. The page will display but it will be too small to read. In the bottom left-hand corner click on the small square. This will open up the cookbook to full screen. To turn a page either click on the arrows at the bottom navigation bar or on either side of the page. To enlarge a page double click on the page. To reduce the size back to normal, double click again on page. If you wish to print either the whole cookbook or just the pages simply, click on the print icon at the bottom right.
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"If the Devil had a Wife"
I would like to tell you about a book which details one of the most fascinating stories about Texas and about a man and his family who became a Texas legend, particularly in South East Texas and to anyone who has ever attended the University of Texas!
It is a story about, good, bad and evil! It is a story about how those with power and wealth feel they are above the law, yet also and perhaps more importantly about the growing role of some in the legal profession condoning, perpetuating and being complicit in criminal activities.
To begin, William Henry Stark and his wife Miriam, came to Texas in the early 1880s, originally from Pennsylvania, they settled in the small town of Burkeville Texas, which was the center for the Texas timber boom at that time. With his knowledge of timber, by the turn of the century, he and his partner, G. Bedell Moore, had made a massive fortune in the lumber business. Henry J. Lutcher and G. Bedell Moore built the first "big mill," with a daily capacity of 80,000 to 100,000 board feet. For the next half century, Lutcher and Moore set a high standard for quality lumber, advanced technology, and leadership in civic projects. They had amassed a huge fortune in timber, land, oil, cattle and more by the 1920's.
Latest eCookbook addition
THE WHITE HOUSE COOK BOOK circa 1887
THE WHOLE COMPRISING A COMPREHENSIVE CYCLOPEDIA OF INFORMATION FOR THE HOME
BY MRS. F.L. GILLETTE AND HUGO ZIEMANN, Steward of the White house 1887
TO THE WIVES OF OUR PRESIDENTS, THOSE NOBLE WOMEN WHO HAVE GRACED THE WHITE HOUSE, AND WHOSE NAMES AND MEMORIES ARE DEAR TO ALL AMERICANS, THIS VOLUME IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR.
- COOKING, TOILET AND HOUSEHOLD RECIPES
- MENUS, DINNER-GIVING, TABLE ETIQUETTE
- CARE OF THE SICK, HEALTH SUGGESTIONS
- FACTS WORTH KNOWING
This page turning eCookBook edition is easier to read than the ePub or PDF version
Mamie Eisenhower - Former First Lady of the United States. Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower was the wife of United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and First Lady of the United States from 1953 to 1961. Mamie married Dwight Eisenhower at age 19 in 1916.
Vintage Eisenhower Cookbook - a collection of recipes from former First Lady Mamie Eisenhower