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  • ISBN 0533012716
  • ISBN13 978-0533012718
  • Language English
  • Author Edward D Williams
  • Publisher Vantage Press; 1st edition (1974)
  • Pages 110
  • Formats azw lrf lit doc
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1120 kb
  • Size Fb2 1723 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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Edward Christopher Williams (February 11, 1871 – December 24, 1929) was the first African-American professionally trained librarian in the United States. His sudden death in 1929 ended his career the year he was expected to receive the first P. Williams was born on February 11, 1871, in Cleveland, Ohio, to an African-American father and an Irish mother.

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Edward John Smith (27 January 1850 – 15 April 1912) was a British naval officer. He served as master of numerous White Star Line vessels. He was the captain of the RMS Titanic, and perished when the ship sank on its maiden voyage. Raised in a working environment, he left school early to join the Merchant Navy and the Royal Naval Reserve. After earning his master's ticket, he entered the service of the White Star Line, a prestigious British company

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His hair was black like his Provencal mother's, his . The first of battle of the war took place at Gloucester, which Edward captured from the rebels

His hair was black like his Provencal mother's, his complexion swarthy and his eyes fiery in anger. He inherited a drooping eyelid from his father Henry III, Edward spoke with a pronounced lisp, but possessed the fierce Plantagenet temper in full measure. The Song of Lewes in 1264 described him as a leopard, an animal regarded as particularly powerful and unpredictable. The first of battle of the war took place at Gloucester, which Edward captured from the rebels. William Wallace was defeated by Edward I at the Battle of Falkirk in 1298 and three regents appointed to rule Scotland, the Bishop of St. Andrews, Robert the Bruce and John the Black Comyn.

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