5 edition of The river of history found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter Farrugia.|
|Contributions||Farrugia, Peter, 1965-|
|LC Classifications||D16.8 .R585 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||2005440865|
Four streams make up the Alabama River system, the Coosa, Tallapoosa, Cahaba, and Alabama. Together they flow for more than miles, through some of the most historic regions of the state. This book looks at the way these streams have shaped the lives of the people who lived along them, and how, in turn, people have used the rivers to their. The book is dedicated in memory of Stephen Spofford, of Kennebunk, who passed away unexpectedly last fall. Spofford was the town historian and a past president of the Brick Store Museum. The five-part series, originally announced in , re-examines important and iconic moments from DC’s comic book history from the point of view of characters from traditionally disenfranchised. Mr. French’s previous book, “River Views — A History of the Islands in 3-D,” was awarded a Silver Medal for Best Regional Non-Fiction in the Northeast in the Independent Publishers Book Awards of Compiled by Times staff writer Chris Brock.
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Former UN official and BBC correspondent Edward Hooper hopes to find the source of AIDS in The River, a stunningly comprehensive yet deeply engaging scientific history of the disease.
Through more than 10 years of research comprising over interviews and untold hours of library work, Hooper has uncovered a complex, interlocking set of Cited by: Not one of the streams fail of coming hither at last (“A History of the Work of Redemption,”paragraphing mine).
Here are three points on this river of history: The Two Motifs. First, this quotation confirms the two motifs in Edwards’ view of history: the cyclical and the progressive.
Sometimes, the river of history looks chaotic. Long the main resource on this key American river, this book’s expanded second edition includes dozens of new photos and maps, updates, and six new chapters recording the twenty-first century’s most recent developments on the Patapsco River.5/5(1).
I learned to swim in the Cahaba River in the 60's, what wonderful childhood memories I have from that river. Jackson has written an interesting, readable history of the Alabama and Coosa Rivers.
However, very little text is given to the Tallapoosa, and even less to the Cahaba. That said, I still enjoyed the book and I agree with the other Cited by: 1. The Duwamish River and its people are largely invisible in the written histories of this city.
But without knowing the history of the Duwamish, Seattle doesn’t know its own history, or its character. So The river of history book book’s audience is everyone who wants to understand who we, as Seattleites, are, and what the story of our city is, warts and all.
The Hudson River is a mile ( km) river in New York. The river is named after Henry Hudson, an Englishman sailing for the Dutch East India Company, who explored it inand after whom Canada's Hudson Bay is also named.
It had previously been observed by Italian explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano sailing for King Francis I of France inas he became the first European known to have. There are two ways to review this: as a book about history, or as a history book.
As a book about Myanmar's history, it's a terrific introduction to the country, from the early kingdoms to the present day (or the book's present day anyway, which is -- so 4/5(). At once an incredible adventure narrative and a penetrating biographical portrait, The River of Doubt is the true story of Theodore Roosevelt’s harrowing exploration of one of the most dangerous rivers on earth.
The River of Doubt—it is a black, uncharted tributary of the Amazon that snakes through one of the most treacherous jungles in the world. SUBJECT LISTING: Pacific Northwest / History, Environmental Studies, Pacific Northwest / Natural History, Native American and Indigenous Studies; BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Pages, 6 x 9 in, 20 b&w illus.
ISBN: The River, a novel by Eden Phillpotts The River, a book about a debunked theoretical origin of HIV/AIDS by Edward Hooper The River, a fictional river in the Riverworld series by Philip Jose Farmer. The Waikato: A History of New Zealand’s Greatest River.
Reviewed by Dr Graeme Woodfield. When I travelled on the recent St Stephen’s Church tour of the sites known to be important in the life of Wiremu Tamihana, I took with me this book by Prof Paul Moon, The Waikato: A History of New Zealand’s Greatest River It is a splendid book, tracing the story of the river from its source to the.
The River 1 The River by Flannery O’Connor from The Complete Stories The child stood glum and limp in the middle of the dark living room while his father pulled him into a plaid coat. His right arm was hung in the sleeve but the father buttoned the coat anyway and pushed him forward toward a pale spotted hand that stuck through the half-open.
(This book was my constant companion for a month; I feel, writing it up, like I'm delivering a eulogy.) In The River, Edward Hooper builds a case for HIV's sudden appearance in the 's springing from unsafe practices surrounding the development and production of (live) oral polio vaccines in the late '50's/5(31).
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Downstream: A History and Celebration of Swimming the River Thames by Caitlin Davies This book is a delightful compendium of watery facts and documents the changing physical relationship we have.
The River War: An Historical Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan (), by Winston Churchill, concerning his experiences as a British Army officer, during the Mahdist War (–99) in the Sudan.
The River War is a history of the British imperial involvement in the Sudan, and the Mahdist War between the British forces, led by Lord Kitchener, and the Dervish forces, led by Khalifa. The writing is fresh, and Yaleen, the River Guild and the world of the River are incredibly well rendered and very believable.
I did actually wonder if Ian Watson was a pseudonym for a female author. I don't think I can remember reading another book written in the Having sorted out my bookshelves, the three Black Current books by Ian Watson /5. The River Widow by Ann Howard Creel is a book I was interested to read.
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I felt the anguish of losing a cherished quilt, and the desperation of fighting through a flood, finding dubious safety, and waiting for rescue/5(). Approximately the first half of the book's pages are devoted to the history of the river and the Grand Canyon from a biological and ecological viewpoint, but as he notes, the Colorado is the "American Nile" and the author is hard pressed to to articulate a comprehensive history of such a significant river in only 85 (or so) s: 7.
For much of its history, the city of Fall River, Massachusetts has been defined by the rise and fall of its cotton textile industry. From its beginnings as a rural outpost of the Plymouth Colony, the city grew to become the largest textile producing center in the United States during the 19th century, with over one hundred mills in operation by Even with the demise of local textile.
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Accessible to general readers, this book recovers the lost history of an important people. The People of the River’s Mouth sheds light on an overlooked aspect of Missouri’s past and pieces together the history of these influential Native Americans in an engaging, readable volume.
With dragging tails of history walk. We soon confuse the compass and the cross. Carefully and cursively we fill our traveling diaries with loss. Beneath an angry Bible flood, Did you and I first learn to love.
In my father's car we came to know. And shivered in our painted clothes and paired like every animal below. As heavy as a history book. Sue Harrison's Song of the River (Open Road Media ), Book 1 of the Storyteller Trilogy, takes place around present day Iliamna Lake in Alaska, about years ago.
Two tribes who have historically been friendly find themselves on the verge of war/5(59). History E-Book The Story of SRP: Water, Power, and Community is a comprehensive account of SRP’s founding and our role in developing the Salt River Valley.
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Growing up with the river is a book that my wife Connie and I created to tell stories about what's happened along the Missouri River since Lewis and Clark first came this direction in and what we wanted to do was make a book that children their parents and grandparents could read and understand that they were a part of a very long and big story.
12 hours ago The book is a fascinating cultural account connecting this history to more recent social upheavals. While Kars did not set out to write cultural history, readers may have trouble retaining the.
The Manitoba Local Histories collection was launched in partnership with the Manitoba Library Consortium. The collection aims to make Manitoba's history discoverable and searchable online through the digitization of over local history books that document the history of hundreds of communities across Manitoba.
A landmark history of Australia's first successful settler farming area, which was on the Hawkesbury-Nepean River. Award-winning historian Grace Karskens uncovers the everyday lives of ordinary people in the early colony, both Aboriginal and British.
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Used to grow grains like wheat and barley This dynamic made Egypt one of the most fertile regions in the ancient world by roughly BC Egyptians began tracking the Nile using millimeters Initially millimeters were read on columns placed in the River to Mark water levels and priest would keep records later on designs included stas descending.
The River Between is a novel by prolific Kenyan author Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o that was published as part of the influential African Writers Series. It tells the story of the separation of two neighbouring villages of Kenya caused by differences in faith set in the decades of roughly the early 20th century.
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CHAPTER THREE: "Eastern Capital and Frontier Initiative: The History of the Montezuma Valley Irrigation System." Maureen Gerhold. The River We Have Wrought is a landmark history of the upper Mississippi from early European exploration through the completion of a navigable channel and a system of locks and Anfinson examines how politics has shaped the landscapes of the Upper Midwest and how taming the Mississippi has affected economic sustainability, river ecology, and biological diversity.
History by the River is a monthly panel event with a social buzz for lovers of books, history and good beer. It’s a chance to get together with fellow readers and authors to hear about the best new historical writing, then discuss it all over a drink afterwards.
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In this novel, Brian Robeson returns to the wild, but this time he goes to a new location with Derek Holtzer, a psychologist who works with a government program that teaches people to survive in situations similar to the one Brian experienced after a plane crash left him stranded in the wild.