Color At Home And Abroad

Author: George Mallison
Editor: Ams PressInc
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Celebrities At Home

Author: Edmund Yates
Editor: London : Office of 'The World'
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At Home With Natalie

Author: Natalie Morales
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544974565
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Easy and delicious recipes for busy families from the TODAY show’s West Coast anchor and host of NBC’s Access. As the beloved and longtime news anchor and co-host of the TODAY show, current West Coast anchor of the TODAY show, host of Access, and co-host of Access Live, as well as the mother of two young boys, Natalie Morales knows how hard it can be night after night to get a healthful dinner on the table that the whole family will enjoy. Morales was born in Taiwan to a Brazilian mother and Puerto Rican father, and she lived around the world as a child—Panama, Spain, and Brazil. That multicultural experience fed her love for good food, but it’s her experience as a working mom that taught her how to cook on the run and keep her recipes healthful. The result is a personal collection of 125 recipes Morales makes at home for her family, including Chicken in Garlic Sauce, Grilled Chimichurri Soy Steak, Sweet and Spicy Slow Roasted Pork, and Pesto Shrimp with Lemon Pepper Fettuccine. “For years I’ve enjoyed Natalie Morales in the mornings. With this book, I can enjoy her three meals a day.”—Giada De Laurentiis “Natalie’s vibrancy for life, food, and her culture make this cookbook one that everyone should own!”—Jenna Bush Hager, contributing correspondent for NBC News and editor-at-large for Southern Living “I’ve sat around Natalie’s cozy kitchen table many times, and this book is a bog ol’ dose of heart and home.”—Kit Hoover, cohost on Access Hollywood Live

At Home In Fiji

Author: Constance Frederica Gordon Cumming
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Deposition Transcripts From The Committee Investigation Into The White House Office Travel Matter

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Real Life At The White House

Author: John Whitcomb
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415939515
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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Orphan That Danced At The White House

Author: Jenni Guenther
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1365785882
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Based on the true story of one of the first female labor union presidents in Wisconsin. The incredible journey of a first generation American woman from a founding Wisconsin family raising a daughter in the turmoil of the 1960s while trying to find her voice in the civil rights conflict. A Milwaukee mother discovers the pain and joy of helping women rise out of poverty.

Hours At Home

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Whole Grain Sourdough At Home

Author: Elaine Boddy
Editor: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1645671119
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Make Delicious, Whole Grain Bread with Minimal Kneading Baking a loaf of beautiful crusty bread can be intimidating for beginners, especially when you want to include nutrient-dense whole wheat flour and other ancient grains that are famously harder to work with. Elaine Boddy is here to help. She has spent many years honing the science and art of baking bread with whole grains in her home kitchen. In Whole Grain Sourdough at Home, she shares all of her secrets with you. Elaine’s master recipe and philosophy for bread making are all about simplicity, flexibility and having fun. Sourdough does not have to be complicated or require a lot of hands-on work to be great. With one bowl, a handful of simple ingredients, minimal kneading and less than 24 hours, you can have a loaf of delicious whole grain sourdough bread on the table. Elaine has mastered the unique nuances of nutrient-dense flours like whole wheat, einkorn, spelt and rye to create a variety of lovely breads—no dense whole wheat bricks here! Packed with a step-by-step sourdough starter guide, plenty of tips and 60 recipes for everything from sandwich loaves to focaccia, this book gives you everything you need to bake amazing whole grain bread today, tomorrow and beyond.

East India Company At Home 1757 1857

Author: Margot Finn
Editor: UCL Press
ISBN: 1787350290
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The East India Company at Home, 1757–1857 explores how empire in Asia shaped British country houses, their interiors and the lives of their residents. It includes chapters from researchers based in a wide range of settings such as archives and libraries, museums, heritage organisations, the community of family historians and universities. It moves beyond conventional academic narratives and makes an important contribution to ongoing debates around how empire impacted Britain. The volume focuses on the propertied families of the East India Company at the height of Company rule. From the Battle of Plassey in 1757 to the outbreak of the Indian Uprising in 1857, objects, people and wealth flowed to Britain from Asia. As men in Company service increasingly shifted their activities from trade to military expansion and political administration, a new population of civil servants, army officers, surveyors and surgeons journeyed to India to make their fortunes. These Company men and their families acquired wealth, tastes and identities in India, which travelled home with them to Britain. Their stories, the biographies of their Indian possessions and the narratives of the stately homes in Britain that came to house them, frame our explorations of imperial culture and its British legacies.

Six Months At The White House

Author: Francis Bicknell Carpenter
Editor: BIG BYTE BOOKS
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In February of 1864, Francis Carpenter left New York for the White House to fulfill a dream born of the previous year's issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation. With Lincoln's enthusiastic support, Carpenter would paint the now-famous life-sized portrait of the President and his Cabinet depicting the first reading of the Proclamation. For six months, Carpenter had almost daily access to Lincoln, often sketching quietly in the President's office while Lincoln worked and met with visitors. He would see Lincoln in triumph, in sorrow, in the company of important men, and meeting with common citizens. From this extraordinary access, Carpenter observed a man he came to regard as uniquely suited for the overwhelming task of guiding the nation through a war that threatened to rip it apart. He saw and appreciated Lincoln's wisdom, intellect, humanity, and wit. He came to love the man. Carpenter was able to wander freely about the White House during his time there in 1864. He chatted with visitors, family, and Cabinet members, as well as members of Congress. He saw Lincoln at his most relaxed and during times of tension. In addition to his reading of Lincoln biographies after the President's death, Carpenter was privy to many unique stories from Lincoln friends and intimates. If you're a Lincoln student, you'll recognize well-known stories but many are unique here. (Expanded, Annotated) Every memoir of the American Civil War provides us with another view of the catastrophe that changed the country forever. For the first time, this long out-of-print volume is available as an affordable, well-formatted book for e-readers and smartphones. Be sure to LOOK INSIDE by clicking the cover above or download a sample.

Front Row At The White House

Author: Helen Thomas
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684845687
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"I'm still here, still arriving at the White House in the wee hours of the morning, reading the papers and checking the wire, still waiting for the morning briefing, still sitting down to write the first story of the day and still waiting to ask the tough questions." From the woman who has reported on every president from Kennedy to Clinton for United Press International: a unique glimpse into the White House -- and a telling record of the ever-changing relationship between the presidency and the press. From her earliest years, Helen Thomas wanted to be a reporter. Raised in Depression-era Detroit, she worked her way to Washington after college and, unlike other women reporters who gave up their jobs to returning veterans, parlayed her copy-aide job at the Washington Daily News into a twelve-year stint as a radio news writer for UPI, covering such beats as the Department of Justice and other federal agencies. Assigned to the White House press corps in 1961, Thomas was the first woman to close a press conference with "Thank you, Mr. President," and has covered every administration since Kennedy's. Along the way, she was among the pioneers who broke down barriers against women in the national media, becoming the first female president of the White House Correspondents Association, the first female officer of the National Press Club and the first woman member, later president, of the Gridiron Club. In this revealing memoir, which includes hundreds of anecdotes, insights, observations, and personal details, Thomas looks back at a career spent with presidents at home and abroad, on the ground and in the air. She evaluates the enormous changes that Watergate brought, including diminished press access to the Oval Office, and how they have affected every president since Nixon. Providing a unique view of the past four decades of presidential history, Front Row at the White House offers a seasoned study of the relationship between the chief executive officer and the press -- a relationship that is sometimes uneasy, sometimes playful, yet always integral to democracy. "Soon enough there will be another president, another first lady, another press secretary and a whole new administration to discover. I'm looking forward to it -- although I'm sure whoever ends up in the Oval Office in a new century may not be so thrilled about the prospect."

Structuring National Security And Homeland Security At The White House

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
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Johnny Weston Or Christmas Eve At The White House

Author: Emma Marshall
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The Cold War At Home And Abroad

Author: Andrew L. Johns
Editor: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813175747
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From President Truman's use of a domestic propaganda agency to Ronald Reagan's handling of the Soviet Union during his 1984 reelection campaign, the American political system has consistently exerted a profound effect on the country's foreign policies. Americans may cling to the belief that "politics stops at the water's edge," but the reality is that parochial political interests often play a critical role in shaping the nation's interactions with the outside world. In The Cold War at Home and Abroad: Domestic Politics and US Foreign Policy since 1945, editors Andrew L. Johns and Mitchell B. Lerner bring together eleven essays that reflect the growing methodological diversity that has transformed the field of diplomatic history over the past twenty years. The contributors examine a spectrum of diverse domestic factors ranging from traditional issues like elections and Congressional influence to less frequently studied factors like the role of religion and regionalism, and trace their influence on the history of US foreign relations since 1945. In doing so, they highlight influences and ideas that expand our understanding of the history of American foreign relations, and provide guidance and direction for both contemporary observers and those who shape the United States' role in the world. This expansive volume contains many lessons for politicians, policy makers, and engaged citizens as they struggle to implement a cohesive international strategy in the face of hyper-partisanship at home and uncertainty abroad.

Churchill And Roosevelt The Big Sleepover At The White House

Author: James Mikel Wilson
Editor: Gatekeeper Press
ISBN: 1619849593
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"Churchill and Roosevelt: The Big Sleepover at the White House" received the 2018 Author Academy Award in Historical Fiction. A London playwright has converted the work to a stage play with plans to premiere in England in 2019 or early 2020. This book was written for those who enjoy history and political intrigue. It will appeal to those who enjoy reading about leadership, particularly in an arena where differences in political views, temperament, and agenda had to be overcome. Without collaboration and compromise, the world as we presently know it might be considerably different. Even though the story occurred over 75 years ago, the protagonists speak in first person voice, not knowing the outcome of the crisis they must confront. Readers may not have known that Winston Churchill visited Franklin Roosevelt two weeks after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt insisted that Winston sleep in the White House. The two men had much in common—more than they realized. There are plenty of other surprises along the way—a chance encounter with Adolph Hitler, a fishing expedition, a shared mentor, a favorite movie, a movie producer spy, Commander Ian Fleming’s visit to the Oval Office, and canine diplomacy to name but a few. During their time together, Churchill and Roosevelt shared many private moments as they forged a bond of friendship, trust, and cooperation that enabled them to defeat their countries’ common enemies. How their relationship evolved is dramatized and personified in this book. Most of the narrative is based on documentation, but what went on behind the view of the public eye is subject to the imagination and suspense. The author fleshes out the story with conversations that may have occurred over the course of three weeks but not necessarily provable. Lastly, the writer sets out to humanize these two epic leaders of the 20th century. He reveals not only their fears and tears but also their joys, humor, passions, temperaments, and schemes. He attempts to “break into their minds” as the two men join together to save the Western world from ruin. The author has also published: “Paw Tracks Here and Abroad: A Dog’s Tale,” (2014) and “Mr. Froggy’s Dilemma,” (2018). Website: www.jamesmikelwilson.com

Choose A Career Adventure At The White House

Author: Diane Lindsey Reeves
Editor: Cherry Lake
ISBN: 1634719395
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What do people do at the White House? Readers pick from eight different scenarios and experience "next best thing to being there yourself" opportunities for interactive career exploration. Sidebars promote additional learning activities and independent reaserch.

Handbook Of National Organizations With Delegate Status At The White House Conference On Aging

Author: United States. National Voluntary Services and Service Organizations
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Wild Birds At Home

Author: Francis Hobart Herrick
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At Ease In The White House

Author: Stephen Bauer
Editor: Taylor Trade Publications
ISBN: 9781589790797
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A tell-all of the life of former Aide Stephen Bauer, assistant to President Nixon, Ford and Carter.