Clyde Harold Smith (June 9, 1876 – April 8, 1940) was a United States Representative from Maine. Born on a farm near Harmony, Maine, he moved with his parents to Hartland, Maine in 1891.
Clyde Harold Smith (June 9, 1876 – April 8, 1940) was a United States Representative from Maine. He attended the rural schools and Hartland Academy, and taught school. Smith served in the Maine House of Representatives from 1899 to 1903 and from 1919 to 1923; he engaged in the retail clothing and hardware business in 1901, and was Hartland's superintendent of schools from 1903 to 1906.
New England Harbors book. Clyde H. Smith, Waldo C. M. Johnston.
by Clyde H. Smith, Waldo Johnston
by Clyde H. Smith, Waldo Johnston. ISBN 9780939510092 (978-39510-09-2) Hardcover, Mystic Maritime Graphics, 1990. Find signed collectible books: 'New England Harbors'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Waldo Johnston at LibraryThing.
Book by Smith, Clyde . Johnston, Waldo. I had a chance to meet Clyde, that's how I got a copy of this book. I was also able to get a copy of his book "Alaska" and that is worth any price. These are the ultimate in coffee table books.
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House of Representatives from Maine's 2nd district. In office January 3, 1937 – April 8, 1940. Preceded by. Edward C. Moran, Jr. Succeeded by. Margaret Chase Smith. Member of the Maine Senate from the 8th district. In office January 3, 1923 – January 2, 1929.
The new President and Martin, being little beloved, of weak judgment in dangers and less . Smith had appointed for trade) to alter her course and to go for England
The new President and Martin, being little beloved, of weak judgment in dangers and less industry in peace, committed the managing of all things abroad to Captain Smith; who by his own example, good words, and fair promises set some to mow, others to bind thatch, some to build houses, others to thatch them, himself always bearing the greatest task for his ow. Smith had appointed for trade) to alter her course and to go for England. Smith unexpectedly returning had the plot discovered to him. Much trouble he had to prevent it, till with store of saker and musket shot he forced them to stay or sink in the river; which action cost the life of Captain Kendall.
The New York Times bestselling author of Desert God and Pharaoh adds another chapter to his popular historical saga featuring the seafaring Tom Courtney, the hero of Monsoon and Blue Horizon, with this magnificent swashbuckling saga set in the eighteenth century and packed with action, violence, romance, and rousing adventure. puts the reader right there with details that are intimate, inspiring, horrifyin. .When fate decrees that they must all leave England forever, they set said for the dark, unexplored continent, seduced by the allure and mystery of this new, magnificent, but savage land.
In A Description of New England, Smith starts by describing the pleasure and satisfaction that risking your life for getting your own piece of land brings to oneself.
Book after book followed with Smith developing his first novel into a successful series, following the Courtney family dynasty .
Book after book followed with Smith developing his first novel into a successful series, following the Courtney family dynasty from the 1860’s through to the 1980’s, as well as writing his Ballantyne novels, following a parallel family during the same time-period in Zimbabwe and many stand-alone novels to boot.