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|Исторические науки Автор Myers S.A. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
The first prominent expanding English person was Sir Francis Drake, who, on one of the most famous dates in English history, October 8, defeated the Spanish Armada (“El Armadillo de Espana”). This was a biggish armada that had ruled the seas for many years, and nobody could defeat it until Sir Francis Drake employed the classic military maneuver of hiding his entire fleet inside a gigantic horse shaped like a Trojan. As you can imagine, this maneuver worked to perfection, and soon the English “ruled the waves,” which led to the writing of the hit song “Hail Britannica”: Hail Britannica! Britannica dum de dum. Dum dum, da de dum dum Da DEE dum DUM! (repeat chorus) (and books, a series of twenty-four unopened volumes.) The Establishment Of The Lost Colony Another English person who existed at around this time was Sir Walter Raleigh, who invented chivalry one day when he encountered the Virgin Queen trying to get across a mud puddle, and he put his cloak over her head. She was very grateful and would have married him immediately, except that he suddenly remembered he had an appointment to sail to North America and found a Lost Colony. He went to an area that he called Virginia, in honor of the fact that it was located next to West Virginia, and he established a colony there, and then—this was the darnedest thing—he lost it. “Think!” his friends would say. “Where did you see it last?” But it was no use, and this particular colony is still missing today. Sometimes you see its picture on milk cartons ...
|Public addresses of Albert Blakeslee White, Governor of West Virginia, during his term of office. Including proclamations and other official papers|
|A History Of Lewis County, West Virginia|
|History Of Education In West Virginia|
|West Virginia University Studies in American History, Volume 4|
|The History and Government of West Virginia|
|History and progress of the county of Marion, West Virginia, from its earliest settlement by the whites, down to the present, together with biographical sketches of its most prominent citizens|
|History of Hampshire County, West Virginia, from its earliest settlement to the present|
|History of Wetzel County, West Virginia|
Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие "огрехи": помарки, кляксы и т. п. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание.
|Semi-centennial history of West Virginia, with special articles on development and resources|
|Lets Go Global. Attitudes of Agents, Specialists, and Volunteers A Reconceptualized Analysis of West Virginia 4-H Global Education Program.|
Its importance is not limited to formal education, but also youth development programs like the West Virginia 4-H.
|Greenbrier County, West Virginia|
Greenbrier County is a county located in the U. S. state of West Virginia.
|Morgan County, West Virginia|
Its county seat is Berkeley Springs.
|Morgantown, West Virginia|
It is best known as the home both of West Virginia University and the one-of-a-kind Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit system.
|Mineral County, West Virginia|
As of 2000, the population was 27,078.
|History of Virginia|
|Barbour County, West Virginia|
Barbour County is a county located in north-central West Virginia, USA.
|Fauna of West Virginia|
The "Mountain State" harbors at least 56 species and subspecies of mammals.
|McDowell County, West Virginia|
Its county seat is Welch.
|Mingo County, West Virginia|
As of 2000, the population was 28,253.
|Hardy County, West Virginia|
Hardy County was created from Hampshire County in 1786 and named for Samuel Hardy, a distinguished Virginian.