Download or read online books in PDF, EPUB and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

Baseball in Louisville

Baseball in Louisville Author Anne Jewell
ISBN-10 0738542415
Release 2006
Pages 128
Download Link Click Here

Louisville and baseball share a long and strong bond that also happens to be one rollicking tale. From scandals and superstars, to Louisville Slugger® bats and beyond, Baseball in Louisville explores the ups, downs, eccentricities, and historic elements that define America's great pastime in Louisville. With names like Honus Wagner, Fred Clarke, Earle Combs, Pee Wee Reese, Adam Dunn, and Chris Burke in the line-up, this volume delivers a substantial and entertaining overview of baseball's past and present.



Handbook of Maize

Handbook of Maize Author Jeff L. Bennetzen
ISBN-10 9780387778631
Release 2009-01-16
Pages 800
Download Link Click Here

Maize is one of the world’s highest value crops, with a multibillion dollar annual contribution to agriculture. The great adaptability and high yields available for maize as a food, feed and forage crop have led to its current production on over 140 million hectares worldwide, with acreage continuing to grow at the expense of other crops. In terms of tons of cereal grain produced worldwide, maize has been number one for many years. Moreover, maize is expanding its contribution to non-food uses, including as a major source of ethanol as a fuel additive or fuel alternative in the US. In addition, maize has been at the center of the transgenic plant controversy, serving as the first food crop with released transgenic varieties. By 2008, maize will have its genome sequence released, providing the sequence of the first average-size plant genome (the four plant genomes that are now sequenced come from unusually tiny genomes) and of the most complex genome sequenced from any organism. Among plant science researchers, maize has the second largest and most productive research community, trailing only the Arabidopsis community in scale and significance. At the applied research and commercial improvement levels, maize has no peers in agriculture, and consists of thousands of contributors worthwhile. A comprehensive book on the biology of maize has not been published. The "Handbook of Maize: the Genetics and Genomics" center on the past, present and future of maize as a model for plant science research and crop improvement. The books include brief, focused chapters from the foremost maize experts and feature a succinct collection of informative images representing the maize germplasm collection.



Ohio

Ohio Author Kevin F. Kern
ISBN-10 9781118548325
Release 2013-08-14
Pages 544
Download Link Click Here

Ohio: A History of the Buckeye State explores the breadth of Ohio’s past, tracing the course of history from its earliest geological periods to the present day in an accessible, single-volume format. Features the most up-to-date research on Ohio, drawing on material in the disciplines of history, archaeology, and political science Includes thematic chapters focusing on major social, economic, and political trends Amply illustrated with maps, drawings, and photographs Receipient of the Ohio Geneological Society's Henry Howe Award in 2014



Oceanic Music Encounters

Oceanic Music Encounters Author Mervyn McLean
ISBN-10 095836866X
Release 2007
Pages 137
Download Link Click Here

Mervyn Evan McLean, teacher, mentor, researcher and archivist, is the worthy recipient of this set of essays. Oceanic Music Encounters - the Print Resource and the Human Resource. The authors include colleagues and former students of an academic who was a practising ethnomusicologist only three years after the term was coined. Although most of his university career was spent at the University of Auckland, Mervyn's influence in the fields of Pacific music research and archiving were such that the contributions in this volume arc the result of both distant reputation and personal acquaintance. The volume is the product of the Study Group on Musics of Oceania within the International Council for Traditional Music, of which Mervyn has been a member for many years. The volume title is intended to encompass the span of Mervyn's professional interests, which include the role of archives in Oceanic music research and performance; material culture collections in music research and performance; the role of transcription in music research and performance; the importance of bibliographic research in tracing the connections between the past and the present; the significance of collaboration in research, particularly with scholars in other disciplines, and its significance to performance; and the colonial encounter and its implications for historical and contemporary performance.



Creative Colleges

Creative Colleges Author Elaina Loveland
ISBN-10 1617600369
Release 2013
Pages 336
Download Link Click Here

Offers advice on passing admissions auditions and provides more than two hundred school profiles, including information on admissions requirements, costs, and programs offered.



Sublime Desire

Sublime Desire Author Amy J. Elias
ISBN-10 0801867339
Release 2001-10-19
Pages 320
Download Link Click Here

This text examines our changing relationship to history and how fiction reflects it. The author draws on more than thirty relevant texts, from Tolstoy's War and Peace to Jeanette Winterson's Sexing the Cherry.



Handbook of Disability Sport and Exercise Psychology

Handbook of Disability Sport and Exercise Psychology Author Jeffrey J. Martin
ISBN-10 9780190638054
Release 2017-10-26
Pages 448
Download Link Click Here

Historically, very few sport and exercise psychologists and professionals from related fields such as disability and rehabilitation have conducted thorough research on individuals with disabilities engaged in sport and exercise. The tide is turning, however, as growing media attention and familiarity with the Paralympics and the Wounded Warrior Project begins capturing the attention of researchers everywhere. By addressing this gap, Jeffrey J. Martin's compelling Handbook of Disability Sport and Exercise Psychology is one of the first comprehensive overviews of this important and emerging field of study. In this volume, Martin, an accomplished professor of sport and exercise psychology, shines a light on a variety of topics ranging from philosophy, athletic identity, participation motivation, quality of life, social and environmental barriers, body image, and intellectual impairments among many other issues. Based on the author's own experience and insight, a majority of these topic discussions in this volume are accompanied by thoughtful directions for future research and exploration. Designed to spark conversation and initiate new avenues of research, the Handbook of Disability Sport and Exercise Psychology will allow for readers to look outside the traditional literature focusing largely on able-bodied individuals and, instead, develop a much greater perspective on sport and exercise psychology today.



Cedar Point

Cedar Point Author David W. Francis
ISBN-10 0738532347
Release 2004
Pages 128
Download Link Click Here

In 1870, Louis Zistel began ferrying passengers from Sandusky to the Cedar Point Peninsula's beer garden and sandy beaches. In 1888, the Grand Pavilion was built, housing a massive theatre, bowling alley, photographic studio, and kitchen, and shortly thereafter, the resort's first roller coaster was installed. George Boeckling transformed the resort into a self-sufficient city and amusement park, but the park suffered badly in the 1930s economic depression. However, after Cedar Point changed hands several times in the 1950s, it became one of America's leading amusement parks. Today, the park is best known as the world's largest amusement park and the "Roller Coaster Capital of the World."



The Blue Streaks and Little Giants

The Blue Streaks and Little Giants Author Vince Guerrieri
ISBN-10 9781625840615
Release 2013-07-16
Pages 160
Download Link Click Here

On November 2, 1895, the newly formed football team at Fremont High School journeyed to Sandusky to play its first game against Sandusky High School. It was the beginning of the second-oldest high school football rivalry in Ohio. Since then, the teams have met 106 times in the regular season and once in the playoffs. The players have included an Olympian, a top NFL draft pick, a Heisman Trophy winner and scores of athletes and coaches who went on to notoriety and success. Take the field with author and sports journalist Vince Guerrieri as he recounts the amazing legacy of a truly historic rivalry.



Control and Fate of Atmospheric Trace Metals

Control and Fate of Atmospheric Trace Metals Author Jozef M. Pacyna
ISBN-10 0792301528
Release 1989-03-31
Pages 382
Download Link Click Here

The increasing production of industrial goods, heat, and energy, as well as traffic, has led to the release of considerable amounts of toxic trace metals to the atmosphere. The result is elevated concentrations of toxic metals in local populations and eco systems. Recently the problem of atmospheric long-range transport of trace metals has also been recognized. Significant amounts of these pollutants are disposed and deposited both on regional and global scales. In the atmosphere they may influence the chemical reactions. Of particular interest is their catalytic effect on the oxidation prosesses taking place in water droplets or on the surface of wet particles (e. g. the oxidation of sulphur dioxide to sulphate), however, the main environmental impact starts when the atmospheric trace metals are deposited on ground and vegetation and subsequently brought into the water circulation. During the later years significant progress has been made in the development of equipment to reduce and control the atmospheric emissions of toxic trace metals. This particularly applies to electrostatic precipitators and wet scrubbers for the collection of fine particles. The main objective of the workshop was to survey present knowledge concerning the sources, atmospheric fluxes, sinks and chemical impact of the atmospheric trace metals, and to review the developments of emission control equipment and the perspectives to reduce the potential risks from toxic metals. During the first two days of the meeting, 15 invited review papers were presented.



Toledo s Three Ls

Toledo s Three Ls Author Bruce Allen Kopytek
ISBN-10 9781614239420
Release 2013-06-25
Pages 192
Download Link Click Here

Remember the days when shopping meant white gloves, suits for men and leisurely lunches in tearooms? Toledo, an industrial powerhouse and Ohio's third-largest city, once had it all, and Lamson's, the Lion Store and Lasalle's were where it all happened. Reminisce with author Bruce Allen Kopytek about a time when these three great department stores dominated Toledo's retail scene and offered their customers anything they could want. Revisit their downtown competitors like Tiedtke's, B.R. Baker, Milner's and Stein's, which also added their own touch to Toledo's life. Through written history, photographs and personal recollections a lost era comes to light--an era when business was personal and local and shopping was more of a cherished event rather than a chore.



Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science and Medicine

Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science and Medicine Author Michael Kent
ISBN-10 9780199210893
Release 2006-11-30
Pages 612
Download Link Click Here

With more than 7,500 entries and over 165 illustrations, this dictionary of sports science covers anatomy, biomechanics, exercise physiology, nutrition, sports psychology and sports medicine.



Secret Gardens

Secret Gardens Author Rosemary Verey
ISBN-10 0821220748
Release 1994
Pages 207
Download Link Click Here

All the secret gardens in this book are real, not imaginary, although they posses the beauty and mystery of their forebears. Some have the charm of intimacy, others are jungle-like and over-grown, but all give a strong feeling of the presence of their creator.



Daughters of Mother Earth

Daughters of Mother Earth Author Barbara Alice Mann
ISBN-10 0275985628
Release 2006
Pages 133
Download Link Click Here

Daughters of Mother Earth is nothing less than a new way of looking at history--or more correctly, the reestablishment of a very old way. It holds that for too long, elements unnatural to Native American ways of knowing have been imposed on the study of Native America. Euro-American discourse styles, emphasizing elite male privilege and conceptual linearity, have drowned out the democratic and woman-centered Native approaches. This book seeks to redress that balance, allowing the Daughters of Mother Earth to reclaim their ancient responsibility to speak in council, to tell the truth, to guide the rising generations through spirit-spoken wisdom.



Leadership Is Not about Race

Leadership Is Not about Race Author Teddie Malangwasira, Ph.d.
ISBN-10 1944335765
Release 2017-04-13
Pages
Download Link Click Here

In Leadership is not about Race: How leaders and followers inspire and influence each other, Dr. Malangwasiramakes it clear that anyone can be a leaderregardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, social status, or any other false barriers. All that is required is a desire to learn and improve oneself. Drawing upon a vast array of examples from world politics, business, family, and personal examples, Dr. Malangwasira walks readers through the various characteristics required of leaders. Each chapter ends with a set of exercises for practical application by the reader of the materials discussed. 1. Readers of Leadership Is Not About Race will learn: 2. How being a follower is the first step to becoming an effective leader. 3. The pros and cons of different leadership styles. 4. How the expectations for leadership differs by their society. 5. Ways to lead effectively during conflict. 6. Why leadership is not about competition but influence. 7. How to help incompetent leaders become



Her Honor

Her Honor Author Lori Sturdevant
ISBN-10 0873518063
Release 2014-03-03
Pages 256
Download Link Click Here

While there is no single hero of the Minnesota women’s movement, Rosalie Wahl, the first woman on the Minnesota Supreme Court, changed the way her fellow judges saw the cases they decided. A champion of both women’s rights and civil rights, she brought new attention to the problems that faced women impoverished by divorce, women abused by their partners, and others who coped with poverty and discrimination. With sharp intelligence and hard work, Wahl herself had overcome childhood tragedy and an abusive marriage to become a defense attorney, a respected judge, and a mentor to many. As essential backdrop to Wahl’s inspiring story, Lori Sturdevant charts the progress of the women’s rights movement in Minnesota and showcases notable leaders on both sides of the aisle. Meet Arvonne Fraser and Emily Anne Staples, founders of the Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus; Joan Growe, the first Minnesota woman elected to state office; and many more who paved the way for women’s rights in Minnesota. Her Honor is both a powerful record of an era and a tribute to a humble leader.



Cleveland Amusement Park Memories

Cleveland Amusement Park Memories Author David W. Francis
ISBN-10 1886228892
Release 2004
Pages 128
Download Link Click Here

Any Clevelander who grew up going to amusement parks in the 1940s through 1970s will cherish the memories and memorabilia captured in this book. David and Diane Francis, authors of several books on amusement park history, including Cedar Point: The Queen of American Watering Places, draw on their own extensive archive and on the memories of many northeast Ohioans to create a vivid, nostalgic portrait of the wonderful old parks from Cleveland's past.