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Michael Gannon is Distinguished Service Professor of History and director of the Institute for Early Contact Period Studies at the University of Florida. He is the author of Rebel Bishop (1964), The Cross in the Sand: The Early Catholic Church in Florida, 1513--1870 (UPF, 1965, 1983 〈or 1999: ISBN 0-8130-0776-3 (pbk.)〉), Operation Drumbeat (1990), and the novel Secret Missions (1994), as well as the best-selling Florida: A Short History (UPF, 1993 〈, 2003〉), which won a Certificate of Commendation from the American Association for State and Local History.Updated--and more extensive--information on Gannon, now professor emeritus, is available on the Web: “〈Board Members:〉 Michael Gannon”. UF Historic St. Augustine. <http:
“On October 2, 2015, in the 22nd year of its apostolate on the internet, the Traditio Network logged its 25,000,000th reader. Traditio was the first traditional Roman Catholic site to appear on the World Wide Web, and was founded on the Feastday of St. Michael the Archangel, September 29, 1994.”That Web site is now gaining new readers at the rate of approximately 1,000,000 every 4 5⁄6 months[#]. The Traditio Network, which “operates independently of any diocese, religious society, or other web site”, claims to have been on the Web even before the Vatican was.
A definitive and exhaustive lexicon of the two languages, rich in scientific and technological terms. [cover blurb]Follett Publishing Co.: Chicago (1965). Original editions were published by Oscar Brandstetter Verlag GmbH & Co. KG in Wiesbaden, (Federal Republic of) Germany (1953, 1963), sold as 2 separate Wörterbuch volumes: I: Englisch--Deutsch (1963, ISBN 978-3-87097-046-8); II: Deutsch--Englisch. (1972, ISBN 978-3-87097-047-5). They're still available for order in Europe, at € 50 and € 60, respectively, apparently still in print from the publisher in Germany.
An encyclopedic and strictly scientific representation of the vocabulary of the modern and present-day languages, with special regard to syntax, style, and idiomatic usage [*]