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Like a Sponge Thrown Into Water: Francis Lieber's European Travel Journal of ...

Francis Lieber, Charles R. Mack, Ilona Schulze Mack - History - 2002 - 193 pages
Ten glorious months in Europe with one of the nineteenth century's greatest thinkers; I live the life of a long dried sponge thrown into water, enthused the celebrated ...
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The Roman Remains: John Izard Middleton's Visual Souvenirs of 1820-1823 ...

John Izard Middleton, Charles R. Mack, Lynn Robertson - Art - 1997 - 203 pages
This volume presents 49 19th-century drawings by John Izarc Middleton - an American expatriate and South Carolina native who dedicated his life to the study of antiquity and ...
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A History of the University of South Carolina, 1940-2000

Henry H. Lesesne - Education - 2001 - 471 pages
The history of the modern University of South Carolina (originally chartered as South Carolina College in 1801) describes the significant changes in the state and in the ...
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Looking at the Renaissance: Essays Toward a Contextual Appreciation

Charles R. Mack - Art - 2005 - 164 pages
"Not only is this a well-written book, it is an unusually valuable contribution to the field of Renaissance Studies." ---Norman Land, University of Missouri Utilizing a variety ...
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European art in the Columbia Museum of Art, including the Samuel H ..., Volume 1

Columbia Museum of Art (1998), Charles R. Mack, Argiri Aggelopoulou - Art - 2009 - 304 pages
A vivid guidebook to the Columbia Museum of Artas Renaissance collection
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Pienza: The Creation of a Renaissance City

Charles R. Mack - Architecture - 1987 - 250 pages
Pienza, a small hill town in north central Italy, represents one of the major architectural masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance. Starting in 1459, under the sponsorship of ...
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Father Abraham : Lincoln's Relentless Struggle to End Slavery: Lincoln's ...

Richard Striner Professor of History Washington College - Political Science - 2006 - 320 pages
Lincoln is the single most compelling figure in our history, but also one of the most enigmatic. Was he the Great Emancipator, a man of deep convictions who ended slavery in ...
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