Rose Wilder Lane

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Thomas Crowley (soldier)
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Charles Ingalls
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Sedona Public Library
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Don Tosti
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Sisterhood Is Global Institute
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The Chotuna Chornancap Archaeological Complex is an archaeological site in San Jose district, Lambayeque Region, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north-west of Chiclayo, Peru of a set of truncated pyramids and compounds, highlighting two pyramids: Chotuna and
Lifesense is a six-part nature documentary television series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit, originally broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC1 in 1991. The series producer was John Downer and the narrator Andrew Sachs. It used groundbreaking
Shahjahan Chowdhury (film director)
Shahjahan Chowdhury is a Bangladeshi film director and scriptwriter. As of 2011, he has made five films – Pinjar (1975), Shatru (1985), Uttarer Khep (2004) and Ek Khanda Jami (2004) and Madhumati (2011
St. Kentigern's Church, Edinburgh (Union Canal)
St. Kentigern's Church is a former Episcopalian church which is now disused in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is located on the Union Canal in Viewforth and was built in 1897. It was designed by John More Dick Peddie, a prolific Scottish architect working at the
Louis Hautecœur
Louis-Eugène-Georges Hautecœur was a French art historian and museum conservator