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Books with author Mary Oates Johnson

  • The President: America's Leader

    Mary Oates Johnson

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Nov. 1, 1992)
    A look at the office of the President of the United States describes his/her powers, who can become president, the roles of the president, presidents who have changed the office, wartime presidents, and more.
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  • The President: America's Leader

    Mary Oates Johnson

    Paperback (Steck-Vaughn Co, June 1, 1993)
    Discusses the powers of the president, the office, roles, qualifications, and presidents who have changed the office
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  • Your Fascinating Family History

    Mary J. Johnson

    language (Cherry Lake Publishing, Aug. 1, 2011)
    Learn how to research, understand, and arrange information about your ancestors.
  • Flinthills Frannie

    Mary L. Johnson

    language (PublishAmerica, Oct. 5, 2009)
    In a world of microwaves, Blackberries, unmanned space travel, McDonalds and everything else in the way of “advantages,” the author wanted to pass on to the children of the 21st century, some true pioneer stories. What follows is based upon events in the years during the beginning of the Civil War in the life of her maternal Great Grandmother, including being orphaned during the Civil War by her father, being left behind when the wagon train went forward, her rescue and subsequent life following her mother’s death shortly afterwards, escaping by train from beatings and cruelty only to be brought back and finally, living a normal and productive life as an adult. The strength and resiliency of a little girl against the odds remains the theme of this otherwise tragic tale.
  • Your Fascinating Family History: Super Smart Information Strategies

    Mary J. Johnson

    Library Binding (Cherry Lake Pub, Aug. 1, 2011)
    An introduction to genealogy explains how to gather, organize, and share information about one's family history.
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  • Super Smart Information Strategies: Your Fascinating Family History

    Mary J. Johnson

    Paperback (Cherry Lake Pub, Aug. 1, 2011)
    An introduction to genealogy explains how to gather, organize, and share information about one's family history.
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  • Flinthills Frannie

    Mary L. Johnson

    (PublishAmerica, Oct. 5, 2009)
    In a world of microwaves, Blackberries, unmanned space travel, McDonalds and everything else in the way of “advantages,” the author wanted to pass on to the children of the 21st century, some true pioneer stories. What follows is based upon events in the years during the beginning of the Civil War in the life of her maternal Great Grandmother, including being orphaned during the Civil War by her father, being left behind when the wagon train went forward, her rescue and subsequent life following her mother’s death shortly afterwards, escaping by train from beatings and cruelty only to be brought back and finally, living a normal and productive life as an adult. The strength and resiliency of a little girl against the odds remains the theme of this otherwise tragic tale.
  • The Witch

    Mary Johnson

    Paperback (Wildside Press, Oct. 5, 2007)
    Mary Johnston (1870-1936) was an American novelist and women's rights advocate. This book is a facsimile reprint of her 1914 novel, "The Witch."
  • Audrey

    Mary Johnson

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sept. 24, 2017)
    "Holds the attention and sympathy of the reader from start to finish. Laid in old Virginia in the early part of the eighteenth century it has to do with Indians, frontiersmen, the colonial habits of the white settlers, the privations and struggles of those inhabitants of the wild woods, and the massacres that the Indians visited on many of the early settlements. The lamentable manner in which the other members of a family, including the beautiful, tender-hearted Molly, are ushered out of this life into the better world, leaving the dream-child Audrey alone, to struggle for existence with the horrors of the fire which destroyed the home, and the butchery which destroyed the whole family but herself, hovering around her, and filling her young heart and soul full of despair, is thrilling and heartrending to read about....The whole story is written beautifully, and is framed in poetical surroundings....Full of tragedy with a defiance of death to gain the victory over true love." -Christian Nation "Virginia plantation life is clearly visualized." -The Churchman "The heroine, sole survivor of a family of Virginian colonists massacred by the Indians, is adopted by a young gentleman who, after making due provision for her maintenance, straightway forgets her until he returns after a long sojourn in the mother country to find her beautiful, although untaught in many things, and capable of winning the heart which he had meant to give to the lovely Evelyn Byrd, who loves him. Her education is accomplished in a novel fashion and the ending is unexpected. The story is...closely knit and logically developed." -The American Ecclesiastical Review
  • 1492

    Mary Johnson

    This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
  • The President: America's Leader

    Mary Oates Johnson

    School & Library Binding (Heinemann Library, March 15, 1852)
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  • Unicorn Journal I am 10 & Magical: unicorn journal for girls, blank book journal 100 pages

    Mary Johnson

    Paperback (Independently published, Dec. 9, 2019)
    Unicorn Journal I am 10 & Magical: unicorn journal for girls, blank book journal 100 pages