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- Slave Family. A Kalman, Bobbie$8.95
Colonists began using slaves from Africa in the early 1600s. In time, many areas became dependent on slave workers, and slaves soon outnumbered the European colonists. Each colony had its own slavery code. A slavery code was made up of laws that controlled the activities of slaves, such as where slaves could go and whose permission they needed. This booklet describes the lives of slaves in the colonies. Easy reading for young readers.
Format: Softcover. Dimentions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4" Pages: 32, Illustrations: 31Learn More
- Ukrainian Blacksmith: Oleh Bonkovskyy Mohylevskyy, Volodymyr$36.00
The production of iron and its shaping by hot forging methods was known in modern Ukraine long before the Common Era. Ukrainian Blacksmith Oleh Bonkovskyy, exemplifies one man's dedication to the art of blacksmithing. This book illustrates the craftsmanship of Bonkovskyy's many works of art that have found their home around the world, including large public sculptures, detailed and intricate panels, stained glass, signage, fireplaces, grillwork, gates and handrails, candlesticks and crosses. Included are also chapters on the history of blacksmithing and each of the styles of his work in both English and Ukrainian.
Format: Hard Cover Dimentions: 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" Pages: 293 Illustrations: 210Learn More