Carol Leonard SeCoy - 2010 - Fiction
He and the women continued to work on what he called their manifesto, although
... press releases from all over the country: From the Lancaster, Pennsylvania, ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_LancasterThe House of Lancaster was the name of two cadet branches of the royal House
of Plantagenet ... In these wars, the term Lancastrian became a reference to
members of the family and their ..... With the House of Lancaster extinct, Henry
claimed to be the Lancastrian heir through his mother Lady Margaret Beaufort.
His father ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maud_of_Lancaster,_Countess_of_UlsterMaud of Lancaster, Countess of Ulster (c. 13105 May 1377) was an English
noblewoman ... Lady de Ufford. Born, c. ... After his murder, which sparked a civil
war in Ireland, Maud fled to England with her infant daughter, who was the suo
cinder-spires.wikia.com/wiki/Lady_LancasterLady Lancaster, aka Helen LancasterThe matriarch of House Lancaster, Lady
Lancaster is ... They witnessed the entire battle from inside Lancaster Manor.
After the storms of the white man's year of 1841 eased, Woman Chief led the
Greasy ... named Lancaster Lupton, and the strange building was called Fort
Bernard A. Cook - 2006 - History
Churchill, Jennie 114 Civil War, American, and Women 115 Civil War, American,
and ... She also became head matron of a hospital at Lancaster Gate.
Eileen Youngsblood - 2011 - History
Unlike the Spitfire, Mosquito and Lancasterall names familiar to this daythe
Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle was a dud. Built as a bomber, it was no match ...
Civilians in the American Civil War Joan E. Cashin, Associate Professor of
History ... When War Passed This Way, 135-136; "From Chambersburg,"
Lancaster ... The Refugee Experience in the Civil War," in A Woman's War:
Southern Women, ...
He drew us a beautiful map of southeastern Nigeria; he squired us around
Philadelphia and Lancaster after our long writing sessions; he cooked us