Financial Market History: Reflections on the Past for Investors Today

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The Old Whitaker Place

In THE OLD WHITAKER PLACE we walk with Tom Whitaker through the last years of his long life He lives alone in a Vermont farmhouse built by his great grandfather shortly after the Civil War and struggles with blizzards and squatters with aphids and storm windows and with Ben his only child But most importantly he struggles with himself and with the indignities of advancing age Too infirm to live on his own but fiercely attached to the family land he devises various schemes to permit him to remain at home His situation looks increasingly hopeless until he meets Teresa a strong like minded woman thirty years his junior Told in Tom s dry cranky sardonic voice this short novel reveals much about life s richness and absurdity in the face of adversity


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A Chronicle of the Kings of Scotland, from Fergus the First, to James the Sixth, in the Year M.DC.XI

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