2 edition of Mid-Gloucester historical pageant of progress found in the catalog.
Mid-Gloucester historical pageant of progress
Frank Gwynne Evans
Written in English
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The parade’s floats and marching sections represented women’s organizations and the progress of women’s rights. Pageant of Oregon History, or A Pageant of Oregon History, is a square-foot (28 m 2) mural by Erich Lamade, painted on the interior of Abernethy Elementary School in southeast Portland, Oregon's Hosford-Abernethy neighborhood, in the United States.
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Taking us from the age of our hominid ancestors to the first decades of the 21st century, this book chronicles the full pageant of human history—episodes of conflict and intrigue, power won and lost, and great empires built and destroyed.
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