Don Bosco’s “Memoirs of the Oratory”and Bonetti’s “Storia dell’Ora-torio” 127 I. Don Bosco’s “Memoirs of the Oratory of Saint Francis de Sales” 128 Origin and Publication of the “Memoirs” and Related Questions 128 Don Bosco’s Agenda in the “Memoirs” and their Historical Character 140
personal memoir (biography). We provide the memoirs of 20 black entomologists currently working, or retired after working, in North America. Many others are active in this profession on a global scale; unfortunately, due to time and logistical constraints, memoirs from black entomologists currently working in
The Memoirs of Theodor Cordua THE PIONEER OF NEW MECKLENBURG IN THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY Edited and Translated by Erwin G. Gudde INTRODUCTION W IIILE there is no dearth of diaries and memoirs written in the hectic years following the discovery of gold, we have only few contemporary sources which give us a glimpse of the history of California during the
Memoirs This diagram shows a basic organization for a memoir, but other arrangements of these sections will work, too. You should alter this organization to fit the features of your topic, angle, purpose, readers, and context. a t– a – g lance Using rich detail, memoirs tell a personal story in which an event or series of events
Memoirs of Henry Obookiah by Edwin W. Dwight is the story of a young Hawaiian man from 19th century Hawai'i who lived for only 26 years, and yet whose brief existence changed the course of a nation and the people of Hawai'i (fig. 1). The first edition of the book was published in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1818. Memoirs of Henry Obookiah and
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Bosco, Giovanni, Saint, 1815-1888. [Memorie dell'Oratorio di S. Francesco di Sales dal 1815 al 1855. English] Memoirs of the Oratory of Saint Francis de Sales from 1815 to 1855: the autobiography of Saint John Bosco / translated by Daniel Lyons; with notes and commentary by Eugenio Ceria, Lawrence Castelvecchi, and Michael Mendl. Includes ...
These memoirs are not a diary but a topical relation of some events and incidents in a roughly chronological order. It has been my habit to keep notes and documents rather than daily entries—for which indeed I have found little time in life. This volume comprises three parts: the first covers the period from my birth in
Bosco's visit to France in this volume or some of his letters to Claire Louvet in Volume XV. For the publication of The Biographical Memoirs of Saint John Bosco we owe a debt of gratitude to Fathers August Bosio, S.D.B., John J. Malloy, S.D.B., Salvatore Isgro, S.D.B. (deceased), Dominic DeBlase, S.D.B., Richard J.
Memoirs written in 2007 A.D. by Pastor Don Baron (May 6, 1931 ~ Sep 11, 2013) Page 3 of 106 Page 3 of 106 1931 BIRTH & INFANCY I, Donald William (middle name after my paternal grandfather) Baron, saw the light of day at the hands of Dr. Irwin of Irwin's Sanitarium, on Hollis Avenue, Hollis, Queens County, Long Island, New York, on May 6, 1931.
The Memoirs, originally published in several languages in the 1950’s, serves as the structural support, the skeleton, of the story. The text was reviewed by Mrs Ilona Bowden, widow of Stephen Horthy, Professor István Deák of Columbia University, Professor Scott F.Koro m of
MEMOIRS OF A CIA PSYCHOLOGIST With the help of handwriting analysis, a test called the Psychological Assessment System and 30,000 personality files, Jim Keehner spent seven years screening CIA agents and recruits. He's now on the agency's "useless person" list By Maureen Orth The young CIA case officers looked intently at their instructor.
For the publication of The Biographical Memoirs of Saint John Bosco we owe a debt of gratitude to the Very Reverend Augustus Bosio, S.D.B., Provincial of the Salesians in the .eastern United States, who sponsored this project. In the preparation of this volume we are indebted to Genevieve M. Camera, Ph.D., John Chapin, Rev. Paul Aronica, S.D.B., and Rev. Joseph Bajorek. S.D.B., for editorial ...