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Vite De Pittori Bolognesi Non Descritte Nella Felsina Pittrice Alla Maesta Di Carlo Emanuele 3 Re Di Sardegna C C 3luigi Canonico Crespi

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Istoria Genealogica Delle Famiglie Nobili Toscane Et Vmbre Descritta Dal P D Eugenio Gamurrini Monaco Casinense Nobile Aretino Accademico Apatista Abate Consigliero Elemosiniero Ordinario Della Maest Cristianissima Di Lodouico 14 Re Di Francia E Di Nauarra Teologo E Familiare Dell Altezza Serenissima Di Cosimo 3 Principe Di Toscana Consecrata Alla Medesima Altezza Volume Primo Quinto

Author: Eugenio Gamurrini
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Jackie And Campy

Author: William C. Kashatus
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
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As star players for the 1955 World Champion Brooklyn Dodgers, and prior to that as the first black players to be candidates to break professional baseball’s color barrier, Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella would seem to be natural allies. But the two men were divided by a rivalry going far beyond the personality differences and petty jealousies of competitive teammates. Behind the bitterness were deep and differing beliefs about the fight for civil rights. Robinson, the more aggressive and intense of the two, thought Jim Crow should be attacked head-on; Campanella, more passive and easygoing, believed that ability, not militancy, was the key to racial equality. Drawing on interviews with former players such as Monte Irvin, Hank Aaron, Carl Erskine, and Don Zimmer, Jackie and Campy offers a closer look at these two players and their place in a historical movement torn between active defiance and passive resistance. William C. Kashatus deepens our understanding of these two baseball icons and civil rights pioneers and provides a clearer picture of their time and our own.

The Black Bruins

Author: James W. Johnson
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 1496201833
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"The intertwined story of five influential African American athletes who came together as teammates at UCLA in the 1930s" --

Walking With Summer Dreams Short Fiction

Author: Will English
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1105722546
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Walk with us on this fine summer's eve through a land of fantasy and terror, of magic and love, a land where dragons fly and the devil only wants to talk, where fairies steal the hearts of unwary men and a cook feeds the fates. Walk with us on this fine summer's eve, as we show you our dreams.Front Cover image by Darren Britton.

African American Pioneers Of Baseball

Author: Lew Freedman
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
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Presents brief portraits of twenty legendary African American baseball players who contributed to the integration of Major League baseball.

Lizzie Rummel

Author: Ruth Oltmann
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Elizabeth von Rummel, born into aristocracy in turn-of-the-century Germany, came with her family to live on a ranch in the Alberta foothills, when working on it became the alternative to life in her World War One-ravaged homeland. Then, when most people were settling into middle age, Lizzie struck out on another challange; for 32 years she ran backcountry lodges like Skoki and Assiniboine, for which she received the Order of Canada and the friendship of hundreds of people whose lives were enhanced by her special charm.

David Park Painter

Author: Helen Park Bigelow
Editor: Counterpoint
ISBN: 1619026716
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A half century after his death, David Park (1911-1960) is recognized as one of America's most important twentieth-century painters. He was the first of the brilliant post-World War II generation of artists to break with Abstract Expressionism's hegemony and return to painting recognizable subjects, most powerfully the human figure. Park's original cohorts of Bay Area Figurative painters were his close friends Richard Diebenkorn, Elmer Bischoff, and Hassel Smith. All outlived him—Smith by nearly fifty years—and enjoyed recognition and fame during their lifetimes. Park's reputation is just now fully coming into its own. In David Park, Painter, Park's younger daughter, writer Helen Park Bigelow, paints a mesmerizing, deeply moving portrait of her father's life and early, difficult death. Park left high school in New England without graduating and came west in order to paint. He married Lydia (Deedie) Newell when he was nineteen and was the father of two by the time he was twenty-two. We are brought into a family rich with moral conviction, ingenuity, smart and gifted friends, music, and art: four complex people guided and inspired by values of integrity. Those same values guided and inspired David Park's painting. Yet this is much more than an artist biography. David Park, Painter is a skillful blend of memoir and observations about life in the Bay Area just before and just after World War II, when some of America's most original, even radical, artists and writers gathered there. This close-up portrayal is unlike other accounts of artists. It is the story of a family built on the love and dedication of one man who held nothing back from his art, and of the spirit of the wife and daughters who supported him. Richard Armstrong, in reflecting on Park's generation of artists in his foreword to this beautiful book, observes that David Park, Painter is "especially valuable as we persist in seeking to make real and human the commanding artistic figures."

From Jack Johnson To Lebron James

Author: Chris Lamb
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 080327680X
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"A collection of essays about the intersection of sports, race, and the media in the 20th century and beyond"--