• Filename: darien.
  • ISBN: 9780718186494
  • Release Date: 2017-07-13
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: C. F. Iggulden
  • Publisher: Penguin UK

From the daring and critically acclaimed master of historical fiction Conn Iggulden, DARIEN is the first book in the Empire of Salt, an epic new fantasy series of spellbinding imagination . . . TWELVE FAMILIES. ONE THRONE. The city of Darien stands at the weary end of a golden age. Twelve families keep order with soldiers and artefacts, spies and memories, clinging to a peace that shifts and crumbles. The people of the city endure what they cannot change. Here, amongst old feuds, a plot is hatched to kill a king. It will summon strangers to the city - Elias Post, a hunter, Tellius, an old swordsman banished from his home, Arthur, a boy who cannot speak, Daw Threefold, a chancer and gambler, Vic Deeds, who feels no guilt - and Nancy, a girl whose talent might be the undoing of them all. As the sun sets, their arrival inside the walls will spark a series of explosive events. Before the sun returns, six destinies will have been made - and lost - in Darien. Welcome to the Empire of Salt, where sword and sorcery is at its finest . . . 'A master storyteller' Sunday Express 'Iggulden is in a class of his own' Daily Mirror 'One of our finest historical novelists' Daily Express

Darien Guardian Angel of Jesus

  • Filename: darien-guardian-angel-of-jesus.
  • ISBN: 9781418559946
  • Release Date: 1997-01-19
  • Number of pages: 420
  • Author: Roger Elwood
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Originally introduced in Roger Elwood's Angelwalk, the angel Darien is given the great honor and daunting responsibility of acting as the guardian of Jesus. But when Jesus is crucified, he begins to doubt the Creator's plan. An intriguing novel to deepen our understanding of the life of Christ.

You Can be the Wife of a Happy Husband

  • Filename: you-can-be-the-wife-of-a-happy-husband.
  • ISBN: 0781441757
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Number of pages: 190
  • Author: Darien B. Cooper
  • Publisher: David C Cook

One million women readers can't be wrong! Discover what they know and become the wife of a happy husband!


  • Filename: darien.
  • ISBN: 1589394879
  • Release Date: 2003-10-01
  • Number of pages: 248
  • Author: Douglas L. Gifford
  • Publisher: Virtualbookworm Publishing

David Morgan is an expatriate American who has lived and worked in Panama for many years. But when he loses his job with the Panama Canal Commission, his life begins to fall apart. Desperate to regain his place in the community, Morgan joins forces with a former employer, the powerful Panama Canal Commission executive Daniel Boyd. Boyd, too, has recently lost his job with the Commission and is anxious to take advantage of a rich source of gold located in the Darien wilderness of eastern Panama. Boyd needs an expendable partner, and Morgan is the perfect choice. As Morgan enters the Darien., Boyd's perfect plan begins to fall apart. Boyd's daughter, Susan, accidentally discovers her father's plan and races into the Darien to save her former lover, David Morgan. But Daniel Boyd is not Morgan's only problem. The Panamanian government and the United States Army are also interested in what an American citizen is doing alone in the Darien. Soon finding Boyd's god is the least of Morgan's problems as he and Susan struggle desperately to survive in the unforgiving Darien wilderness.


  • Filename: darien.
  • ISBN: 9780738591865
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 127
  • Author: Darien Historical Society
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

After the Black Hawk War of 1832, two small villages took root on the prairie southwest of Chicago. Settled in the 1830s and 1840s, Lace and Cass grew into the city of Darien, which was incorporated in 1969. The rich soil and timberland attracted hardy pioneers from the East and immigrants from Germany. They plowed, planted crops, and raised their families. Wood was cut for homes and barns, and cattle grazed in open fields. At "The Point" stood a general store, a blacksmith shop, a creamery, and Lace Hall. On his wife's family property in 1903, Congressman Martin Madden built a summer home called Castle Eden, a scaled-down version of the White House. Shortly after World War II, suburbia arrived. Picking flowers along the creek while walking through open fields of corn, hay, and wild daisies became a thing of the past as the foundations of homes and businesses began to dot the landscape. "Life at the Point" slowly changed, giving way to Darien, "A Nice Place to Live."


  • Filename: darien.
  • ISBN: 9780857902610
  • Release Date: 2016-03-03
  • Number of pages: 296
  • Author: John McKendrick
  • Publisher: Birlinn

The Company of Scotland and its attempts to establish the colony of Caledonia on the inhospitable isthmus of Panama in the late seventeenth century is one of the most tragic moments of Scottish history. Devised by William Paterson, the stratagem was to create a major trading station between Europe and the East. It could have been a triumph, but inadequate preparation and organization ensured it was a catastrophe - of the 3000 settlers who set sail in 1688 and 1699, only a handful returned, the rest having succumbed to disease, and the enormous financial loss was a key factor in ensuring union with England in 1707. Based on archive research in the UK and Panama, as well as travelling to Darien itself, John McKendrick explores this fascinating and seminal moment in Scottish history and uncovers fascinating new information from New World archives about the role of the English and Spanish, and about the identities of the settlers themselves.

The isthmus of Darien in 1852

  • Filename: the-isthmus-of-darien-in-1852.
  • ISBN: HARVARD:32044020043626
  • Release Date: 1853
  • Number of pages: 238
  • Author: Lionel Gisborne
  • Publisher: London, Saunders and Stanford

The Peak in Darien

  • Filename: the-peak-in-darien.
  • Release Date: 1882
  • Number of pages: 266
  • Author: Frances Power Cobbe
  • Publisher:

The Darien papers

  • Filename: the-darien-papers.
  • ISBN: STANFORD:36105038764655
  • Release Date: 1849
  • Number of pages: 417
  • Author: Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies
  • Publisher:

Darien Or the Merchant Prince a Historical Romance

  • Filename: darien-or-the-merchant-prince-a-historical-romance.
  • ISBN: 1113676787
  • Release Date: 2009-09
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Eliot Warburton
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar, LLC

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

The Separation of Church and State

  • Filename: the-separation-of-church-and-state.
  • ISBN: 0897748522
  • Release Date: 1994
  • Number of pages: 189
  • Author: Darien Auburn McWhirter
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

This book discusses major separation of church and state issues that the Supreme Court has addressed.

The Darien Journal of John Girardeau Legare Ricegrower

  • Filename: the-darien-journal-of-john-girardeau-legare-ricegrower.
  • ISBN: 9780820343709
  • Release Date: 2012-07-01
  • Number of pages: 172
  • Author: John Girardeau Legare
  • Publisher: University of Georgia Press

In 1877, John Girardeau Legare of Adams Run, South Carolina, arrived in Darien on the Georgia tidewater. Legare managed Darien-area rice plantations, first at Generals Island, then at Champneys. Nearby was Butler's Island, made famous by Fanny Kemble Butler in her antebellum Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation. Legare also served as the clerk of the city of Darien during the first three decades of the twentieth century, maintaining detailed records of public business and documenting local commercial and civic affairs. Almost to the day of his death in 1932, Legare kept a journal containing his observations and commentary on the development of Darien as a center for timber exports and the gradual decline of the rice industry. South Carolina and Georgia led the world in rice production in the mid-nineteenth century, and Legare's detailed accounts of planting and management provide one of the outstanding contemporary sources for what was becoming a vanishing way of life in tidewater Georgia. Legare's journals are a microcosmic history of Darien and its environs during a time that was perhaps the most compelling in the town's history. The industrial development of Darien in the postbellum era was the essence of Henry Grady's vision of the progressive New South, a factor not lost on Legare. He reflects on the difficulties associated with rice planting; Darien's soaring, then plummeting, fortunes with yellow pine timber; prominent community members; and the development of local railroads. Legare records these developments against the larger backdrop of America, as his journal contains many observations on contemporary national events. Buddy Sullivan has placed the Journal in context with an introduction and comprehensive endnotes identifying the people and events referred to by Legare. There is also considerable African American history in the volume, as reflected both in Legare's writings and in the editor's introduction and supplementary notes.

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