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The Freemasons In America

by H. Paul Jeffers

What Is Their Secret And What Are They Hiding? Step inside the secret world of the Masons and discover: How such pivotal American documents as the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights reflect Masonic principles and influence. How Freemasons became the world's oldest and largest fraternal organization. If Freemasons rule the world--or want to. Why Masonic symbolism appears on American currency. Why the opposition groups, from conspiracists to the Catholic Church, fear Freemasons. Why Texas has been called "the Masonic Republic." How to recognize Masonic rings, pins, and other symbols. From George Washington to Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, the Freemasons have influenced the United States in many surprising ways. With nearly half the world's six million Freemasons--some twenty-five U.S. presidents and thirty-five Supreme Court justices among them--America has felt the group's impact more deeply and broadly than any other country. Using historical anecdotes and incisive analysis, this timely and insightful portrait separates the myths surrounding Freemasonry from the facts, offering a unique insider's view into what American Freemasonry was, is, and will be tomorrow. H. Paul Jeffers has published more than 50 works of fiction and nonfiction, including Freemasons: Inside the World's Oldest Secret Society, biographies of presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland, New York mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, Diamond Jim Brady, and others. He lives in Manhattan.

The FreeMind Experience

by Tom Fortes Mayer

A manifesto for creating a life that you will want to celebrate using Tom's unique "Three Pillars" approach to peace, power and purpose - to encourage original ways of making sense of the world, to free yourself of all resistances and enable all-round deep self-healing. Tom takes his experiences and skills as a counselor and hypnotherapist and puts them into this life-changing book. The result is a fascinating look at what real happiness is and how we can enjoy more of it. The FreeMind Experience combines teachings from the world's ancient wisdom traditions with the most scientifically-advanced rapid-behavior-change techniques. The book presents with clarity, passion and playfulness the three pillars upon which all lasting happiness and success can be built: Pillar 1: Peace (emotional intelligence and deprogramming fear) - how to let go of the limiting thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviors that are holding you back; Pillar 2: Power (success psychology) - how to unleash your enormous potential and flow through life with brilliance by learning to relate to life in new ways; Pillar 3: Purpose (unconditional love) - how to enjoy everything that matters most by experiencing more connection, contribution and celebration. By working through this program, you will understand why you think as you do, how you can escape from the thinking that keeps you afraid and emotionally stunted, and how you can connect to a deep, lasting happiness. This is the FreeMind experience.

FreePBX 2.5 Powerful Telephony Solutions

by Alex Robar

This book is a tutorial, with plenty of step-by-step instructions bundled with examples and screenshots. VoIP telephony concepts are discussed, and how-tos are provided to help the reader become familiar with FreePBX. This book is targeted at system administrators who want to get started with FreePBX. Previous knowledge of Linux or networking is not required, although some basic knowledge of PBX and Linux will be a bonus.

FreeRADIUS Beginner's Guide

by Dirk Van Walt

This is a fast-paced Beginner's Guide that will take you step by step through the fundamentals of FreeRADIUS and using it in your live projects. It has been structured in a way that will let you get maximum practical information out of it in setting up your own FreeRADIUS server. It will guide you on all the aspects of FreeRADIUS and do much more to get you all the 'A's right. If you are an Internet Service Provider (ISPs) or a network manager who needs to track and control network usage, then this is the book for you. You need to be familiar with Linux and have a solid understanding of TCP/IP. No previous knowledge of RADIUS or FreeRADIUS is required.

Freestyle with Avery (Beacon Street Girls Special Adventure #3)

by Annie Bryant

When Avery meets Kazie, the thirteen year-old all-star boarder and her evil cat, Farkle, she's not so sure these surprises are so snurf-tastic after all. At least there's Jason, a way cool kid with a secret almost ready to be released into the wild.

FreeSWITCH 1.2

by Raymond Chandler Michael S Collins Darren Schreiber Anthony Minessale

This book is full of practical code examples aimed at a beginner to ease his or her learning curve.This book is written for IT professionals and enthusiasts who are interested in quickly getting a powerful telephony system up and running using the free and open source application, FreeSWITCH.Telephony experience will be helpful, but not required.

FreeSWITCH Cookbook

by Raymond Chandler Darren Schreiber Anthony Minessale Michael S. Collins

This is a problem-solution approach to take your FreeSWITCH skills to the next level, where everything is explained in a practical way. If you are a system administrator, hobbyist, or someone who uses FreeSWITCH on a regular basis, this book is for you. Whether you are a FreeSWITCH expert or just getting started, this book will take your skills to the next level.

Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism

by Susan Jacoby

How secularists view the world and how they are viewed by others.

Freewalker (The Longlight Legacy #2)

by Dennis Foon

In this highly suspenseful novel in The Longlight Legacy, one year has passed since Roan, Alandra and the children escaped from the Brothers. Now, in the haven they call New light, Alandra has begun traveling the Dreamfield with the children.

Freeze Frame

by Katharine Kerr

The latest from the author of the excellent and popular Deverry series is the first volume in a family saga set on the borderline between sf and fantasy. It deals with Maggie Cory and the ups and downs of her and her descendants through five generations in an alternative San Francisco in which the 1960s were the prelude to a revolution. The plot is a loose variation of the Faust legend, with Maggie in the role of Marguerite, the sinister Nick Harrison as Mephistopheles, and a Rabbi Akiba opposing Harrison. The novel has more northern California literary flavor than Kerr's previous work, but it also features most of her superior skills at characterization, world building, and graceful language. It may help her start picking up a nonfantasy readership, which she deserves.

Freeze Line

by Moira Rogers

She can't survive in his world; he can't stay sane in hersA twenty-first century ice age dulls the magic that emanates from the earth. Shane Sullivan is a lone wolf above the freeze line. He has no desire to join the packs that range closer to the border, where feral instincts can turn a man into a monster. Not until the winter solstice, when he stumbles across a dying witch who needs his help to get back to her people-and her magic-in the south.Nadia is a powerful woman in her own world, but she's been drained by her escape from captivity in a northern lab. She knows it's foolhardy to trust a werewolf, but he's her only chance to survive the vast white wilderness. The farther south they travel, the harder it is for Shane to keep the beast within under control, and as their mutual attraction intensifies, Nadia's no longer sure she wants him to.

Freeze Tag

by Caroline B. Cooney

When Meghan and West first played Freeze Tag with Lannie, it was no ordinary game. Because when Lannie tagged someone, they really froze. Now Meghan, West, and Lannie are in high school, and Meghan and West are in love, the perfect couple. But Lannie is determined to have West for her very own... And if she doesn't get her way, she'll freeze Meghan... to death.

Freeze Tag

by Caroline B. Cooney

"Suppose that you really could freeze somebody"There always was something a little off about Lannie, but when she poses the question during a game of freeze tag--"Suppose that you really could freeze somebody"--Meghan and Tuesday think she's joking and just being her usual weird self. But Lannie's freezing power horrifyingly turns out to be anything but a game. To save Meghan and Tuesday from Lannie, popular neighborhood boy West Trevor must make a desperate deal--a deal that will affect the course of their lives in ways none of them could ever have predicted. Years later, the memory of Lannie's power has been dismissed as a childhood fantasy. Meghan and West have become the kind of desperately-in-love high school couple that fuels teenage fantasies. When a jealous Lannie reminds them of her terrifying secret power, West is forced to hold up his end of the bargain made all those years ago--and Meghan will pay the price. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Caroline B. Cooney including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

Freezer I'll Shoot (A Vintage Kitchen Mystery #3)

by Victoria Hamilton

ICE COLDTrying to escape her overbearing mother, vintage kitchenware enthusiast and soon-to-be columnist Jaymie Leighton retreats to her family's cottage on Heartbreak Island. While there she hopes to write an article about the Ice House restaurant, owned by good friends and neighbors, siblings Ruby and Garnet Redmond. Once an actual icehouse, the restaurant is charmingly decorated with antique tools of the trade, including a collection of ice picks. One night, while working on her article, Jaymie overhears an argument and, ever the sleuth, sets out to explore. But when she stumbles upon a dead body her blood runs cold. It's Urban Dobrinskie, whose feud with the Redmonds is no secret, and he's got an ice pick through his heart. Now Jaymie's got to sharpen her sleuthing skills to chip away at the mystery and prove her neighbors' innocence--before someone else gets picked off...

Freezer Meals

by Adams Media

Everything® cookbooks are a popular choice for home cooks looking for fresh, original recipes that only taste you've spent all day in the kitchen. But now we've collected fifty of our most delicious, freezer-ready recipes. Here's all you need to get started making tasty, satisfying recipes from Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken to Hot Fudge Sundae Pie.

Freezing Point

by Karen Dionne

Salvation and annihilation meet at one degree. One man's dream of providing clean drinking water for millions, tapped from the polar ice, sparks a conflict of humanity, science, big business, and environmental extremism. But no one can foresee the true danger hidden deep within the ice -- an enemy more deadly than any could imagine, and an apocalyptic horror mankind may not survive.

Frege Explained

by Joan Weiner

What is the number one? How can we be sure that 2+2=4? These apparently ssimple questions have perplexed philosophers for thousands of years, but discussion of them was transformed by the German philosopher Gottlob Frege (1848-1925).Frege (pronounced Fray-guh)believed that arithmetic and all mathematics are derived from logic, and to prove this he developed a completely new approach to logic and numbers. Joan Weiner presents a very clear outline of Frege's life and ideas, showing how his thinking evolved through successive books and articles.

The Fremantle Diary

by Walter Lord Col. James Fremantle

The fascinating diary of English colonel James Fremantle, who spent three months behind Confederate lines at the height of the American Civil WarThree hours after stepping onto American soil, James Fremantle saw his first corpse: that of a bandit lynched for taunting Confederate officers. But Fremantle was not shocked by this grisly introduction to the Civil War. On leave from Her Majesty's army, the Colonel had come to tour the fight, and see firsthand the gallant Southerners about whom he had read. In the next three months, he witnessed some of the most monumental moments of the entire war. Starting on the war's western fringe, Fremantle worked his way east, arriving on the Confederate lines in time for Gettysburg, which he watched with a telescope in a tree outside the tent of General Hood. Along the way he met Robert E. Lee, P. G. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, and nearly every other Confederate leader at the time. Including an insightful introduction and notes by bestselling author Walter Lord, The Fremantle Diary is an elegant memoir and intimate portrait of one of the nation's most savage conflicts.

French All-in-One For Dummies

by Consumer Dummies

Your comprehensive guide to speaking, reading, and writing in FrenchFrench is a beautiful language but can be quite difficult to learn. Whether you need to learn the language for a French class, or for business or leisure travel, French for Dummies All-In-One makes it easier.With nearly 800 pages, French All-in-One For Dummies is for those readers looking for a comprehensive guide to help them immerse themselves in the French language.Culls vital information from several Dummies titles, offering you a comprehensive, all-encompassing guide to speaking and using FrenchIncludes French Canadian content and enhanced practiced opportunitiesIts accompanying audio CD provides you with en effective tool to start speaking French right awayBoth new students of French and experienced speakers can benefit from the wealth of information that has been included in French All-in-One For Dummies.CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e-book file, but are available for download after purchase.

French Americans

by Ann Heinrichs

The richness of French American culture has given America some of its most colorful features. French Americans takes students on a trip through the past to learn why some of the French left their homeland to start new lives in the New World.

The French Army and the First World War

by Elizabeth Greenhalgh

This is a comprehensive new history of the French army's critical contribution to the Great War. Ranging across all fronts, Elizabeth Greenhalgh examines the French army's achievements and failures and sets these in the context of the difficulties of coalition warfare and the relative strengths and weaknesses of the enemy forces it faced. Drawing from new archival sources, she reveals the challenges of dealing with and replenishing a mass conscript army in the face of slaughter on an unprecedented scale, and shows how, through trials and defeats, French generals and their troops learned to adapt and develop techniques which eventually led to victory. In a unique account of the largest Allied army on the Western Front, she revises our understanding not only of wartime strategy and combat, but also of other crucial aspects of France's war, from mutinies and mail censorship to medical services, railways and weapons development.

The French Baker

by Carl Kleiner Sébastien Boudet Olaf Hajek

Head to the kitchen and get ready for a delicious voyage into French traditions and cuisine! Follow second generation-baker Sébastien Boudet from Paris to rural France, as he teaches the art of baking artisan breads, the craft of creating the perfect main course, and how to whip up desserts to die for. Containing luscious photographs of family, food, and the French countryside, and rich with delightful drawings, paintings, and illustrations, The French Baker tells the story (and the culinary secrets!) of a family devoted to the art of preparing beautiful food.You'll love these tasty recipes from the heart of France. Learn to make the perfect quiche lorraine, sourdough breads, bouillabaisse, duck confit, brioche, death by chocolate dessert, and so many more sweet and savory delights guaranteed to make anyone's mouth water! Plus, a special section on baking non-GMO breads shows the advantages and better taste of breads baked with only natural ingredients.A loving tribute to the techniques and traditions of France's distinguished cuisine, The French Baker is must-have book for anyone in love with the eats, treats, and culture of this beautiful country. Bon appétit!

French Bistro

by Maria Zihammou Åsa Dahlgren

The corner bistro offers all the highlights of French cuisine: crepes, bouillabaisse, ratatouille, and beef bourguignonne-all with rustic flair, simple ingredients, and impeccable flavors. Now, with Maria Zihammou's French Bistro, you can cook up the authentic tastes of France in your own kitchen. Each recipe shows how intricate meals steeped in culinary tradition can be re-created with simple techniques using modern ingredients and equipment. This is a tribute to proper French cuisine, featuring bistro takes on such classics as:Marinated olivesCroque-monsieur and croque-madame: open sandwich with ham and cheesePan-bagnat: picnic sandwich with tuna and veggiesQuiche lorraineSoupe à l'oignon: French onion soupEntrecôte with béarnaiseAnd many more mouthwatering dishesIn addition, a chapter on cheese shows the proper making of a cheese course-a French tradition.French Bistro takes you into the world of cozy French neighborhoods and cuisine with a charming design and gorgeous, photographs. Discover the joys of French cooking and be inspired by passionate food!

The French Bulldog

by Muriel P. Lee

The first title in the exciting new Kennel Club Classics series is French Bulldog, an elaborate photographic celebration of one of the dog world's most beloved breeds. Written and compiled by Just Frenchies editor Muriel P. Lee, this 200-page hardcover volume features articles on the breed's history by Anne M. Hier, breed health by Janice Grebe, judging by Virginia Rowland, the breed in England and France by Penny Rankine-Parsons, the breed in Australia and New Zealand by Michael Rosser, and working dogs by Bette and Manda Kaplan. No Frenchie lover will live without this volume on their coffee table!

French Colonial Soldiers in German Captivity during World War II

by Raffael Scheck

This book discusses the experience of nearly 100,000 French colonial prisoners of war captured by Nazi Germany during World War II. Raffael Scheck shows that the German treatment of French colonial soldiers improved dramatically after initial abuses, leading the French authorities in 1945 to believe that there was a possible German plot to instigate a rebellion in the French empire. Scheck illustrates that the colonial prisoners' contradictory experiences with French authorities, French civilians, and German guards created strong demands for equal rights at the end of the war, leading to clashes with a colonial administration eager to reintegrate them into a discriminatory routine.

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