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Half Ton of Trouble

Half Ton of Trouble Author James Kohn
ISBN-10 9781594332562
Release 2014-10-27
Pages 128
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Old man Denton's life is plagued by a secret. He is victim of his momentary crime of greed committed during Juneau's mining heydays. As his mind unravels in illness he longs for absolution for his youthful crime. After a lifetime of sorrow and regret, the greed of his past sparks the hopes and dreams of a disillusioned Juneau tourist merchant and an Islamic radical. As they seek Denton's hidden treasure their ambitions blind them to strong forces seeking justice.

The Imperial Presidency

The Imperial Presidency Author Arthur Meier Schlesinger
ISBN-10 0618420010
Release 2004
Pages 589
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The presidential historian charts the progression of American power from George Washington to George W. Bush, revealing the exercise of power through the office as it has developed into an "imperial" seat of authority, in an updated edition of the classic history. Reprint.

The Boy with the U S Miners

The Boy with the U S  Miners Author Francis Rolt-Wheeler
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433082297379
Release 1922
Pages 324
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The Boy with the U S Miners has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Boy with the U S Miners also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Boy with the U S Miners book for free.

Stories in Stone

Stories in Stone Author Douglas Keister
ISBN-10 9781423611004
Release 2004-04-05
Pages 256
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Certain symbols abound in modern Western culture that are instantly recognizable: the cross signifies Christianity, the six-pointed Star of David is revered by Jews, the golden arches frequently means it's time for lunch. Other symbols, however, require a bit of decoding-particularly those found in cemeteries. Cemeteries are virtual encyclopedias of symbolism. Engravings on tombstones, mausoleums and memorials tell us just about everything there is to know about a person- date of birth and death as well as religion, ethnicity, occupation, community interests, and much more. In the fascinating new book Stories in Stone: The Complete Guide to Cemetery Symbolism by noted author Douglas Keister, the secrets of cemetery symbolism are finally revealed. For instance, did you know that it is quite rare to see a sunflower on a tombstone? Did you know that the human foot symbolizes humility and service since it consistently touches the earth? Or the humble sheaf of wheat-while it is often used to denote someone who has lived a long and fruitful life, do you know other meanings it might carry? Stories in Stone provides history along with images of a wide variety of common and not-so-common cemetery symbols, and offers an in-depth examination of stone relics and the personal and intimate details they display-flora and fauna, religious icons, society symbols, and final impressions of how the deceased wished to be remembered. Douglas Keister has created a practical field guide that is compact and portable, perfect for those interested in family histories and genealogical research, and is the only book of its kind that unlocks the language of symbols in a comprehensive and easy-to-understand manner. Douglas Keister has photographed fourteen award-winning, critically acclaimed books (including Red Tile Style: America's Spanish Revival Architecture, The Bungalow: America's Arts & Crafts Home, and Storybook Style: America's Whimsical Homes of the Twenties) earning him the title "America's most noted photographer of historic architecture." He also writes and illustrates magazine articles and contributes photographs and essays to other books, calendars, posters, and greeting cards. Doug lives in Chico, California, and travels frequently to photograph and lecture on historic architecture and photography.

From Paris to New York by Land

From Paris to New York by Land Author Harry de Windt
ISBN-10 9783861954422
Release 2010
Pages 260
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"What was the object of this stupendous voyage, or the reward to be gained by this apparently unnecessary risk of life and endurance of hardships?" Harry De Windt's aim was to find out if a railway that connected Paris and New York could be constructed - from today's point of view an almost incredible purpose and effort. Originally published in 1903.

Pay to the Order of Puerto Rico

Pay to the Order of Puerto Rico Author Alexander Odishelidze
ISBN-10 159467289X
Release 2004
Pages 471
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The cost of dependence to the American Taxpayer Book Description.

Downsizing the Federal Government

Downsizing the Federal Government Author Chris R. Edwards
ISBN-10 1930865821
Release 2005
Pages 250
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The federal government is running large budget deficits, spending too much, and heading toward a financial crisis. Federal spending has soared under President George W. Bush, and the costs of programs for the elderly are set to balloon in coming years.

Memoirs of a Yukon Priest

Memoirs of a Yukon Priest Author Segundo Llorente, SJ
ISBN-10 1589018621
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 252
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This is an engagingly personal account of the hardships, challenges, and rewards of a life lived wholly in the presence of God and at the service of the Alaskan people. In September 1935, Segundo Llorente, a wide-eyed twenty-eight-year-old Jesuit priest from Spain set foot in Alaska for the the first time. His memoirs are filled with all that he saw, endured, and enjoyed for forty years in Uncle Sam's "icebox," whether by dogsled in the 1930s or by plane and snowmobile in the 1970s. He prayed, worked, scolded, helped, and laughed with a practical wisdom that recalls the Ignatian spirituality in everyday life that also marks Father Walter Cisek's Russian journal, He Leadeth Me.

History in the Media

History in the Media Author Robert Niemi
ISBN-10 9781576079522
Release 2006-01-01
Pages 501
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A resource on the depiction of historical events in film, on television, and on the Internet combines the latest scholarship with reviews of specific works.

In to the Yukon

In to the Yukon Author William Seymour Edwards
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B23371
Release 1904
Pages 335
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In to the Yukon has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from In to the Yukon also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full In to the Yukon book for free.

Sound Truth and Corporate Myth

Sound Truth and Corporate Myth Author Riki Ott
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822035178045
Release 2005
Pages 561
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Dr. Riki Ott exposes the profound legacy of the Exxon Valdez oil spill and how readers can help reshape our global energy future. The author chronicles the long-lasting environmental harm to Prince William Sound, Alaska, and investigates the health problems suffered by many cleanup workers. Exxon's spill provided a portal to understanding a startling truth: oil is much more toxic than we previously thought. Sound Truth and Corporate Myth$ frames the larger story of discovery of the truly toxic nature of oil. This book shows how one particular fraction of crude oil, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or PAHs, may well be the new DDT of the 21st century. In 1999, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency listed 22 PAHs in crude oil as "persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic (PBT) pollutants." Sharing this list of extreme human health hazards are the more commonly known pollutants--mercury, lead, dioxin, PCBs, and DDT. The latter are all highly regulated chemicals and some, such as DDT and PCBs, have been banned in the United States. Sound Truth and Corporate Myth$ traces 15 years of lingering harm to humans and wildlife from the Exxon Valdez oil spill. It reveals how corporate greed, government short-sightedness, and manipulation of the truth and the media have kept the public from learning the deadly nature of PAHs. The author provides relevant information and practical recommendations for people and policy-makers at this critical juncture in the history of civilization. This book will inspire people to reduce their own consumption of fossil fuels and, in so doing, help permanently shift society to a clean energy future.

Arctic Ambitions

Arctic Ambitions Author James K. Barnett
ISBN-10 0295993995
Release 2015
Pages 429
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Captain James Cook is justly famous for his explorations of the southern Pacific Ocean, but his contributions to the exploration of the northern Pacific and the Arctic are arguably equally significant. On his third and final great voyage, Cook surveyed the northwest American coast in the hopes of finding the legendary Northwest Passage. While dreams of such a passage proved illusory, Cook's journey produced some of the finest charts, collections, and anthropological observations of his career, helped establish British relations with Russia, and opened the door to the hugely influential maritime fur trade. Accompanying an exhibition of the same name, Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage sheds new light on Cook's northern exploration. A collection of essays from an international and interdisciplinary group of scholars, the book uses artifacts, charts, and records of the encounters between Native peoples and explorers to tell the story of this remarkable voyage and its historical context. In addition to discussing Cook's voyage itself, the book also provides new insights into Cook's legacy and his influence on subsequent expeditions in the Pacific Northwest. Finally, the collection uses Cook's voyage as a springboard to consider the promise and challenge of the "new north" today, demonstrating that it remains, as in Cook's time, a unique meeting place of powerful political, cultural, economic, and environmental forces.

Emergency at Three Mile Island

Emergency at Three Mile Island Author Aaron Feigenbaum
ISBN-10 9781597163644
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 32
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Describes the events that occurred during the near-meltdown at Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant in 1986, and discusses the danger of using nuclear power.

Gold Wars

Gold Wars Author Ferdinand Lips
ISBN-10 0971038007
Release 2001
Pages 280
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Gold Wars deals with gold's history, and especially the abandonment of gold-as-money under the modern welfare/warfare state. It shows how governments, fearing the affinity of free people for gold, fight it, thereby helping to destroy countries and the gold-mining industry.

White House Special Handbook

White House Special Handbook Author Mikhail Kryzhanovskiĭ
ISBN-10 0875865178
Release 2007
Pages 255
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Here is the book that guides the President of the United States from the first in the Oval Office and to the day he (or she?) walks out for the last time. In fact, the strategies and mindset recommended in these pages are essential tools for capturing the Presidency, much less wielding it. The international scene today is either a madhouse or the product of extraordinarily cynical techniques such as these, applied with cold cunning, by our nations leaders. This handbook provides a comparison of the world's premier intelligence agencies, discusses tactics of surveillance, war, and public persuasion, practical advice on political maneuvering at the local, national and international levels. A rational, results-based handbook, it is destined to be a secret favorite of politicians, agents of the special services, CEOs and corporate boards for the next hundred years to come. And for the many other ambitious contenders in the world of winner-take-all bare-knuckles capitalism. The author, who cites decades of insider knowledge at the KGB and the CIA, says he originally compiled this book upon a request from Washington anonymous, of course. - Publisher.

Popular Controversies in World History Investigating History s Intriguing Questions 4 volumes

Popular Controversies in World History  Investigating History s Intriguing Questions  4 volumes Author Steven L. Danver
ISBN-10 9781598840780
Release 2010-12-22
Pages 1424
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Covering prehistoric times to the modern era, this fascinating resource presents pro-and-con arguments regarding unresolved, historic controversies throughout the development of the world. • Includes 58 chapters in four volumes that address significant historical questions focused upon topics such as the Old Testament, the Roman Empire, the historic Buddha, William Shakespeare, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and weapons of mass destruction • Provides a pro-and-con debate format that encourages readers to evaluate the validity of arguments and evidence

Humanizing Security in the Arctic

Humanizing Security in the Arctic Author Michelle Daveluy
ISBN-10 1896445543
Release 2011
Pages 316
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Climatic conditions, economic development strategies, health and education concerns, social relationships, and shifting political agendas all contribute to a sense of ongoing change in Arctic societies. This volume presents twenty-two chapters that address various forms and issues of (in)security in the Arctic. The work shows that the outcomes of resource scarcity or abundance are equally important to consider, that disparities in income as much as opportunities deserve our attention, and that the movement of populations to and from the Arctic is meaningful for those who leave as well as for those who stay.