The Last Arrow

Author: Erwin Raphael McManus
Editor: WaterBrook
ISBN: 1601429541
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Before You Die, Live the Life You Were Born To Live. When you come to the end of your days, you will not measure your life based on success and failures. All of those will eventually blur together into a single memory called “life.” What will give you solace is a life with nothing left undone. One that’s been lived with relentless ambition, a heart on fire, and with no regrets. On the other hand, what will haunt you until your final breath is who you could have been but never became and what you could have done but never did. The Last Arrow is your roadmap to a life that defies odds and alters destinies. Discover the attributes of those who break the gravitational pull of mediocrity as cultural pioneer and thought leader Erwin McManus examines the characteristics of individuals who risked everything for a life they could only imagine. Imagine living the life you were convinced was only a dream. We all begin this life with a quiver full of arrows. Now the choice is yours. Will you cling to your arrows or risk them all, opting to live until you have nothing left to give? Time is short. Pick up The Last Arrow and begin the greatest quest of your life.

The Last Arrow

Author: Marsha Canham
Editor: Dell
ISBN: 9780440222576
Size: 20,58 MB
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In 1214, King John is desperate to find the lost Princess of Brittany to assume the throne, but the monarchy faces the threat of Griffin Renaud de Verdelay, who has been hired to murder the princess, and only an man known as Robin Hood can save the kingdom. Original.

Until The Last Arrow

Author: Percy T. Booth
Editor: B & B Pub
ISBN: 9781885813060
Size: 19,81 MB
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This last volume by Percy T. Booth, completed just prior to his death after ten years of research and writing, is a 500 page historical novel of the rough and tumble days in the Rogue Valley, the first true complete chronicle of the early 1800's and the bloody Indian wars of Southern Oregon. The volume is lavishly illustrated with more than 60 pioneer photographs and a map of the Rogue Valley in the early days. Large 6X9 format.

Thomas Moran

Author: Thurman Wilkins
Editor: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806130408
Size: 15,72 MB
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This extensively revised edition of Thurman Wilkins’s masterful and engaging biography - well illustrated in color and black-and-white - draws on new information and recent scholarship to place Thomas Moran more securely in the milieu of the Gilded Age. It also portrays more fully the controversies that surrounded the art of Moran’s time, as he became "the Dean of American Painters." The American West was the subject of Thomas Moran’s greatest artistic triumphs - Yosemite, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Zion Canyon, the Virgin River, Colorado’s Mountain of the Holy Cross, and the Grand Tetons - but his travels with Ferdinand V. Hayden’s geological surveys of the Upper Yellowstone were matched by trips to his native Britain and to Venice, Florida, the Spanish Southwest, and Old Mexico. These scenes inspired memorable landscapes and seascapes, as did the sojourns of the Moran family in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and East Hampton, Long Island, when they retreated from the demands of the New York art scene. In the 1880s Moran and his artist wife, Mary Nimmo Moran, also threw themselves into the etching craze of the period, creating some of the finest prints produced in the United States. Moran was an artist happy in his work. He wrote, "I have always held that the grandest, most beautiful, or wonderful in nature, would, in capable hands, make the grandest, most beautiful, or wonderful pictures." The New York Times said of the first edition of this unique account of his life, "Moran’s mastery comes through clearly and awesomely and often, pleasurably." Readers will find the new edition equally enjoyable.

The Vanishing Race The History Of The Last Indian Council

Author: Joseph Kossuth Dixon
Editor: e-artnow
ISBN: 8027245443
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This eBook edition of "The Vanishing Race" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. "The Vanishing Race" is a record in picture and story of the last great Indian council, participated in by eminent Indian chiefs from nearly every Indian reservation in the United States. This book also includes the story of their lives as told by themselves, their speeches and folklore tales, their solemn farewell, and the Indians' story of the Custer fight. Contents: Indian Imprints a Glimpse Backward The Story of the Chiefs Chief Plenty Coups Chief Red Whip Chief Timbo Chief Apache John Chief Running Bird Chief Brave Bear Chief Umapine Chief Tin-tin-meet-sa Chief Runs-the-enemy Chief Pretty Voice Eagle Folklore Tales—sioux Chief White Horse Folklore Tales—yankton Sioux Chief Bear Ghost Chief Running Fisher Bull Snake Mountain Chief Mountain Chief's Boyhood Sports Chief Red Cloud Chief Two Moons The Story of the Surviving Custer Scouts White-man-runs-him Folklore Tale—crow Hairy Moccasin Curly Goes-ahead-basuk-ore The Indians' Story of the Custer Fight The Last Great Indian Council Indian Impressions of the Last Great Council The Farewell of the Chiefs

The Last Flight Of The Arrow

Author: Daniel Wyatt
Editor: Mushroom Publishing
ISBN: 1843197340
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February 20, 1959, the Canadian prime minister stood before the House of Commons to announce that his government had decided to cancel the CF-105 Avro Arrow supersonic fighter-interceptor program. What were the reasons... the REAL reasons? Were the Americans involved? In this tale of intrigue, the Russians plan an air strike on North America. Canadian and American Intelligence get wind of it through secret channels. The Canadians pretend to terminate the Arrow and then - with the help of the Americans - deploy the machine for what it was designed for. It's mission: catch the Russians with evidence of its strike force. While the public mourns the death of the supersonic fighter, the Arrow blasts its way across the Pacific on a vital, long-range, photo-recon mission to save the Free World and avert World War III. Behind the controls is a hand-picked Royal Canadian Air Force pilot. Target - Siberia.

The Last Yahi

Author: L. D. Holcomb
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595127665
Size: 16,81 MB
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On August 29, 1911, a barefoot, half-starved, gaunt Indian gave himself up to White civilization at a slaughterhouse in Oroville, California. We never learned his name, but we soon learned of his tragedy: mainly that he was the last member of his tribe, the Yahi, to be alive in the wilderness. However, he became known to the world as Ishi, the last human to live freely in the Paleolithic Stone Age on the North American Continent. Through Ishi we can imagine a mythological, primeval view of Manifest Destiny and look back, as if with a telescope through time, into the interior of the mind and into the evolution of human thought. Through Ishi we can discover the decency of humanity, and perhaps we can forgive ourselves for our ancestors’ hateful genocide, especially against the Native Americans of Northern California.

The Young Gardener S Educator

Author: William Keane (gardener.)
Editor:
ISBN:
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The Last Vials Being A Series Of Essays Upon The Subject Of The Second Advent Publ Separately In The Year 1846 By A Clergyman R A Purdon 10th Ser 17th Year No 1 28th Year No 4

Author: Robert A. Purdon
Editor:
ISBN:
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The Land Of Ardosia

Author: Shirzad Alkadhi
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 142696188X
Size: 16,61 MB
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The story, entitled The Land of Ardosia, centers on the meaning and importance of friendship in defeating a demonic queen who wanted to take over the land of Ardosia. Embarking on a difficult quest, Gilgamesh, a grandson of Noah and his friend Ankee traveled through the plains of the Underworld to conquer Queen Eshtar. While they were on their mission to defeat her, the two friends also had other obstacles to overcome.