How to Build a Hookers Army

The most comprehensive personal essay collection by sex workers available, demanding change in a world where bodies, sex, and difference are increasingly policed and politicized.

How to Build a Hookers Army

Author: Natalie West

Publisher: Feminist Press

ISBN: 9781558612853

Page: 336

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The most comprehensive personal essay collection by sex workers available, demanding change in a world where bodies, sex, and difference are increasingly policed and politicized.

Abraham Lincoln

the Confederates under Braxton Bragg fought Buell's Army of the Cumberland to
a draw at Perryville, and then retreated; ... Desperate for a leader who could
inspire his men and fight aggressively, Lincoln named yet another major general,
Joseph Hooker, to head the Army of the Potomac. ... He also encouraged a bevy
of women of relaxed morals to follow his troops—perhaps an effort to build
morale.

Abraham Lincoln

Author: George S. McGovern

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 9781429950886

Page: 208

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America's greatest president, who rose to power in the country's greatest hour of need and whose vision saw the United States through the Civil War Abraham Lincoln towers above the others who have held the office of president—the icon of greatness, the pillar of strength whose words bound up the nation's wounds. His presidency is the hinge on which American history pivots, the time when the young republic collapsed of its own contradictions and a new birth of freedom, sanctified by blood, created the United States we know today. His story has been told many times, but never by a man who himself sought the office of president and contemplated the awesome responsibilities that come with it. George S. McGovern—a Midwesterner, former U.S. senator, presidential candidate, veteran, and historian by training—offers his unique insight into our sixteenth president. He shows how Lincoln sometimes went astray, particularly in his restrictions on civil liberties, but also how he adjusted his sights and transformed the Civil War from a political dispute to a moral crusade. McGovern's account reminds us why we hold Lincoln in such esteem and why he remains the standard by which all of his successors are measured.

AIA Guide to the Architecture of Washington D C

... a sop to politicians from the Keystone State, who became disgruntled when
Congress decided to build a national capital ... but the women refused and
started taunting him by calling themselves “Hooker's Army,” later shortened to “
hookers.

AIA Guide to the Architecture of Washington  D C

Author: G. Martin Moeller Jr.

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 142140270X

Page: 312

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An updated, lively and informative guide offers tourists, residents and architecture aficionados alike insights into more than 400 of Washington, D.C.'s, most important landmarks, noting each's location, architects, designers and date of completion. Simultaneous. Hardcover available.

Report of the Chief of Engineers U S Army

Army. Corps of Engineers. completed for a depth of 24 feet and has a controlling
depth of about 18.3 feet. The total ... War is assured that the local municipality will
construct wharves or slips having an available length not less than 1,400 feet, ...
In 1907 the Tampa Northern Railroad Co. dredged a 20-foot channel 100 feet
wide and 2,600 feet long from the main channel to their terminals on Hookers
Point.

Report of the Chief of Engineers U S  Army

Author: United States. Army. Corps of Engineers

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The Confederacy

In Georgia, Whigs, led by Robert Toombs, and Democrats, led by Howell Cobb,
joined ranks to form the Constitutional Union ... While Hookers army repositioned
itself and Hill and Longstreet marched toward the Valley, Ewell's Second Corps ...

The Confederacy

Author: Macmillan Library Reference Staff

Publisher: MacMillan Reference Library

ISBN:

Page: 1200

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Extracted from the Encyclopedia of the Confederacy, the Compendium looks at the American Civil War period from the perspective of the Confederate States, examining not only the battles and generals, but also social and cultural issues. Subjects covered include: African Americans in the Confederacy; banking; the Beefsteak Raid; the compromise of 1850; Jefferson Davis; France; Heroes of America; Indian Territory; Stonewall; and Stonewall Jackson.

Report of the Chief of Engineers U S Army

No actual work of a permanent character has been done toward the construction
of the city's wharves or slips, and the schedule of ... channel 100 feet wide and
2,600 feet long from the main channel to their terminals on Hookers Point.

Report of the Chief of Engineers U S  Army

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Includes the Report of the Mississippi River Commission, 1881-19 .

Shit Servicemen Have It Tough

There was a proposed base (Phu Cat Air Base) with the personnel to be billeted
at Qui Nhon Army Post. ... Theirjob was to construct housing for the incoming
military Prime Beef and Red Horse (Rapid Emergency Deployment Heavy
Organization ... The word bombom was slang for sexual intercourse between the
hookers.

Shit   Servicemen Have It Tough

Author: James E. Wimes

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479732621

Page: 119

View: 890

This book was penned to tell the life story of James Ellis Wimes, a United States Military Service personnel. The title of this book was derived as a marketing strategy. S H I T is eye-catching to the average American. For some reason, Americans have a fascination for profanity. I hope that once a person opens this book, he or she will realize that S H I T truly expresses why I feel that Servicemen Have It Tough. This book tells the story of my life from August 1962 to the present. Although I retired from active duty on February 22, 1989, you will see how my military career continues to impact me till date. This book tells the entire story of my life, loves, friends, and experiences spanning more than forty years. Some of the stories are funny, some are serious, some are sexy, but above all, they are true. So sit or lie back, and enjoy why joining the United States Military will create many situations of S H I TServicemen Have It Tough.

The Papers of Ulysses S Grant April 1 July 6 1863

The President and General - in - Chief have just returned from the Army of the
Potomac . The principal operation of General Hooker failed but there has been
no serious disaster to the organization & efficiency of the Army . ... Grant , stating
that the Party sent down some ten days since to construct a Telegraph Line from
Millikens Bend to New Carthage were unable to obtain the necessary
transportation to ...

The Papers of Ulysses S  Grant  April 1 July 6  1863

Author: Ulysses Simpson Grant

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Page: 640

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Following the 1862- 63 winter of dis­content, Grant suddenly launched a brilliant campaign against Vicksburg which ultimately bisected the Confeder­acy. A long campaign, which had begun in November 1862, with an advance from Tennessee down the Mississippi Central Railroad and a premature assault on Vicksburg in December by troops under Sherman, and which had been fol­lowed by long months of false starts and apparent inactivity in the bayou country north of the city and across the Mis­sissippi River in Louisiana, suddenly reached a quick and dramatic conclu­sion, as the events in this volume show.

JPRS Report

REPUBLIC MILITARY ISSUES ARMED FORCES ARMED FORCES ARMED
FORCES ARMED FORCES from Estonia ... After all , the rating of the republic
leadership had fallen and it was urgently necessary to build it up . ... not have any
idea that our rear areas were crammed full of racketeers , mafiosi , foreignintrigue
hookers , and nationalists gone wild leeching on gratuitous Russian raw
materials .

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FBIS Report

There was no other way out — they began to make money on equipment which
was the property of military units and ... that our rear areas were crammed full of
racketeers , mafiosi , foreignintrigue hookers , and nationalists gone wild
leeching ...

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Book World

It will be no ordinary bridge; he has designed it him. self and insists on building it
himself despite the hesitations of officialdom ... MASH equals Mobile Am Surgical
Hospital, an affairs tents and quonsets which military ships into battleme in crates
and which medics in doctors can set up for ... The pseudonymous Ridin Hooker
turns his Korean" | MASH into a bash of £ portions by three young" who get away
 ...

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Streetchild

I was just another Street Child. oooooo Over the next few months, I built a nice
little repertoire of places to sleep. The hookers were not consistent, as pimps and
Johns would get in my way. ... Gunther, the owner, took a liking to some of us and
sometimes let me sleep in the basement where he kept a couple of Army cots.

Streetchild

Author: Justin Reed Early

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1438931921

Page: 312

View: 437

A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland

A dispensary has been established ; and a build- lord - lieutenant's school fund ,
the other half by subscrip . ing , with wards attached for the reception of patients ,
tions . ... Hoche's army that landed was made prisoners , in of Carbery , county of
KILDARE , but chiefly in the 1796 . ... in 1819 by aid of a loan of £ 1200 from the
late Board of burden each , 12 hookers of 12 tons , and 51 yawls of 4 First Fruits .

A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland

Author: Samuel Lewis

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