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The Evolution of Hebrew and Jewish Religion

by James F. Clarke & Felix Adler Editions Le Mono (October 10, 2019)

This book deals with the history and the evolution of Hebrew and Jewish religion. “We have been so accustomed to regard the Jewish religion as a part of our own, and so to look at it from within, that it is...


What Makes the Trolley Car Go

by William Jr Baxter Editions Le Mono (July 03, 2017)

This Historical Essay is published by "History and Civilization Collection".

"Of all the wonderful operations accomplished by the aid of electricity, none so completely mystifies the beholder as the action...


Paleolithic Man and his Descendants in America

by History and Civilization Collection Editions Le Mono (July 03, 2017)

This book deals with the history of Paleolithic man and his descendants in America.

"As the centuries rolled by, and the river lessened in bulk, until it but little more than filled its present channel, there...


The Maya : Civilization, Customs and Superstitions

by Collection Editions Le Mono (June 25, 2017)

This book deals with the story of the Maya : their Civilization, Customs and Legends.

The ancient Maya emerged probably during the first or second century of the Christian Era. In general it may be said that...


General History of Alaska

by Collection Editions Le Mono (June 23, 2017)

Alaska is the largest state of the United States of America; occupying the extreme northwestern part of North America and the adjacent islands. In the dialect of the natives first encountered by the Russian...


The Influence of Race in History

by Philip V.N. Myers & Gustave Le Bon Editions Le Mono (January 24, 2017)

Among the factors which determine the birth and development of the basic elements of a civilization, one of the most important — perhaps the most important because it represents the synthesis of all the others...


Origin of the Weeks and Calendar

by William Foester & Alfred B. Ellis Editions Le Mono (January 24, 2017)

The origin of the seven-day week is one of the great mysteries in the human history. Many of us don’t know which process had determined this seven-day week that rules our life and activities.

The English names...


Napoleon

by LM Publishers & Ida M. Tardell Editions Le Mono (January 24, 2017)

This book presents the general history of Napoleon Bonaparte the great Emperor of France: his life, his expeditions and addresses. "Among the eminent persons of the nineteenth century, Napoleon Bonaparte is...


The Franks

by . Collection Editions Le Mono (January 21, 2017)

Who were the Franks? Anyone who wants to know the history of European nations, must read the history of the Franks. Beyond the Roman Empire, the foundation of medieval Europe also depends on the Franks whose...


Clovis

by . Collection Editions Le Mono (January 21, 2017)

Clovis came to rule over a larger country than any Gaulish chief had ever done and it was a country which was worth governing. He called himself King of the Franks, but I think you had better emember him by...


A History of Zuni Indians of America

by Frank H, John G, Francis Klett & Andrew A Editions Le Mono (January 19, 2017)

The Zuni Indians are Native Americans; a Pueblo tribe residing at Zuni on the bank of the Rio Zuni near the boundary of New Mexico, and in the adjoining villages of Nutria, Ojo Caliente, and Pescado. They were...


Savagism and Civilization

by Hubert Howe Bancroft Editions Le Mono (October 19, 2016)

What is civilization? What is the act of civilizing? To reclaim from a savage or barbarous state; to educate; to refine? What is a savage or barbarous state? A wild, uncultivated state; a state of Nature?......


History of Assyria

by P. Van Ness Myers & F. E. Lenormant & Chevallier Editions Le Mono (October 19, 2016)

Assyria was a great and powerful country lying on the Tigris. A mountainous region extending as far as to the high mountain range of Armenia, the Gordiaean or Carduchian mountains.

"The capital of Assyria was...


Ghost Worship

by Charles Grant Allan Editions Le Mono (October 18, 2016)

The ghost in fact plays in the ideas of early man the same part that guano and phosphates play today in the ideas of the educated scientific farmer...

Furthermore, another connection may be shown to exist between...


Beginnings in Science and its Teaching

by Collier Cobb & James J. Walsh Editions Le Mono (October 18, 2016)

The medieval universities and the school-men who taught sciences have been particularly blamed for their failure to occupy themselves with realities instead of with speculation. We are coming to recognize their...


Origin and History of Frontiers

by George Curzon Editions Le Mono (September 09, 2016)

I would invite you to pause and consider what Frontiers mean, and what part they play in the life of nations. It was the adoption of a mistaken Frontier policy that brought the colossal ambitions of the great...


Romulus

by Alfred J. Church & . Plutarch Editions Le Mono (September 08, 2016)

Romulus is the legendary founder and the first king of Rome. Son of Mars by Rhea Silvia, daughter of King Numitor of Alba Longa, he was, so runs the myth, exposed with Remus, his twin-brother, at the foot of...


How the Earth was Regarded in Old Times

by Charles P. Daly & Camille Flammarion Editions Le Mono (September 08, 2016)

Some people held the earth to be hemispherical, and to be supported like a boat turned upside down upon the heads of four elephants, which stood on the back of an immense tortoise. Other primitive ideas represented...


The United States Territorial Expansion and the Growth of the Constitution

by William B. Munro, Frederick J. Turner & William R. Garrett Editions Le Mono (September 08, 2016)

"Territorial expansion was the foundation of American power and greatness. From the beginning of history to the present time, no country ever exerted a controlling power over the world until it had acquired...


How American Indians Love

by Henry T. Finck Editions Le Mono (June 14, 2016)

"On the subject of love no persons have been less understood than the Indians" (Thomas Ashe). Many years ago there lived a Chippewa warrior on the banks of Lake Superior. His name was Wawanosh and he was...


Study of Language

by Andrew D. White Editions Le Mono (March 20, 2016)

The philology is the study of languages in written historical sources to know how languages or words develop, and establish their historical relatedness. “In the very beginnings of recorded history we find...


Pythagoras

by Elbert Hubbard & William Turner Editions Le Mono (March 20, 2016)

The Pythagoras’s Theorem is one of the famous and earliest theorems widely used and learned at school. According to legend, Pythagoras was so happy when he discovered this theorem that he would have offered...


Machiavelli : the Founder of the Political

by John Morley & Thomas B. Macaulay Editions Le Mono (March 07, 2016)

Machiavelli was an italian philosopher, humanist and writer, considered as the founder of the modern political science. The term Machiavellianism comes from his work describing personalities characterized by...


Effects of Alcoholic Excess on Character

by Milner J. Fothergill, Henry S. William & T.D. Crothers Editions Le Mono (February 11, 2016)

During the last century, there are differences of opinion as to the use of alcohol; there are comparatively none as to the abuse of it. Leaving then, for the present, the question of the use of alcohol in disease,...


A History of Ohio : Geographic influences in the development of Ohio

by Pr Frank Carney & Pr Joseph F. James Editions Le Mono (February 11, 2016)

The Ohio state lies between 38°27', and 41°57' north latitude; it is bounded by the meridians reading 80°34' and 84°49'. For its width in latitude and its lack of great range in altitude, it has a marked...