Shifting Winds

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne
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This story's narrator, a Royal Navy retiree known as Bingley, tells the tale of the Gaff family, residents of a small shack by the sea, as they weather rough times and stormy tides. Ballantyne makes a point to center on family values, good business and Billy Gaff's particularly "strong character."

Shifting Winds

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Describes the adventures of families who live in a British seaport town during the 19th century.

The Shifting Winds

Author: Janet Fisher
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 149301885X
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This is the story of reluctant Oregon pioneer Jennie Haviland, who must give up study at her academy in New York when her father takes the family west over the Oregon Trail. In Oregon Jennie meets two young men, American mountain man Jake Johnston and British Hudson's Bay Company clerk Alan Radford. The two men vie for Jennie, as their nations vie for the contested territory of this rich western frontier. But Jennie wants choices of her own.

Shifting Winds

Author: R.M Ballantyne
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3752369353
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Reproduction of the original: Shifting Winds by R.M Ballantyne

The Shifting Wind Other Poems

Author: Benjamin Reynolds Bulkeley
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Shifting Winds

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne
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The family board was spread; the family kettle-an unusually fat one-was singing on the fire, and the family chimney was roaring like a lion by reason of the wind, which blew a hurricane outside, and shook the family mansion, a small wooden hut, to its foundations.The hour was midnight. This fact was indicated by the family clock-a Dutch one, with a face which had once been white, but was now become greenish yellow, probably from horror at the profanity of the artist who had painted a basket of unrecognisable fruit above it, an irate cockatoo below it, and a blue church with a pink steeple as near to the centre of it as the hands would admit of.

The Winds Of The Indian Ocean

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Elementary Meteorology

Author: William Morris Davis
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The American Meteorological Journal

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Annual Report Of The Meteorological Office

Author: Argentina. Dirección General de Meteorología, Geofísica e Hidrología
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Shifting Winds And Strong Currents

Author: Micahel J. Fratantuono
Editor: Georgetown Univ Inst for the
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Community

Author: Rosemarie Rizzo Parse
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 9780763715649
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Community: A Human Becoming Perspective is an application of Dr. Rosemarie Parse's Human Becoming Theory to the concept of community. Dr. Parse sets forth definitions and examples of original community change concepts and processes arising from the human becoming school of thought, and expands the meaning of community beyond location and interest-related groups.

A Collection Of Voyages A Supplement To The Voyage Round The World Two Voyages To Campeachy A Discourse Of Tradewinds 1699 By William Dampier

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The Marketing Of The President

Author: Bruce I. Newman
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9780803951389
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Using the 1992 presidential election as a case study, this book reveals how the American political process has been transformed by the use of marketing techniques. The author addresses issues of serious concern to the health of the political process including the role of polling, direct mail and television advertising. This is the first comprehensive account of the influence of marketing in a presidential election campaign.

The Lonesome Summer

Author: David Wolfgang
Editor: Booktango
ISBN: 146894469X
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Adam Chambers finds little hope in the life set up for him by his parents and his friends in Northern Michigan. Now he must find a way to chart his own path while struggling with the realities of life in 1968.

Science Into Policy

Author: Paul Arthur Berkman
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780120915606
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CD-ROM contains: The Antarctic Treaty Searchable Database: 1959-1999, a replica of the web site (http://webhost.nvi.net/aspire).

Black Ivory

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne
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An adventure story based on the history of the slave trade as practiced until the late nineteenth century.

Tales Of Adventure Selected From Ballantyne S Miscellany

Author: Robert Michael Ballantyne
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Sailing Seamanship And Yacht Construction

Author: Uffa Fox
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614903X
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Packed with information, ideas, and more than 300 excellent illustrations, this classic of the genre was written by the father of modern planing sailboats. Most of text focuses on individual vessels.

Izz Of Zia

Author: Tom Icon
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496946537
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Imagine a book that has you sitting at the edge of your seat, turning each page, from cover to cover with breathless anticipation. Your heart pounds, your hands sweat, your mind wanting to know what happens next. Have you ever read a book that has you mused one moment to the next, and then breaks your heart and leaves you with tears streaming down your cheeks. Are you ready for a read so thought provoking that after reading it you are left changed forever. This is that book. Izz of Zia is the first novel of a three part trilogy that can be interpreted on two separate horizontal stratums: as an exciting, fantasy, action, adventure, or as a deeply spiritual saga. Izz of Zia is set in the First Age of the Noble Kings, in the Middle Era of the First Millennia, in the year one hundred and eleven, in the days of King Ozzdon, in the Empire of Xylenia, on the planet Zia. Betrayal from within threatens to tear a world that has lived in peace for thousands of years apart forever. This work is a multi-faceted writing that intertwines heartbreak with adoration, deceit with truth, betrayal with loyalty, creating a web in which two young heartthrobs that are as different as the east is far from the west learn the fathomless meaning of passion, devotion and true love. This is a book about a faith filled heart that wills to keep going no matter how many time it breaks, no matter how low life beats it down, no matter how close death comes to sweeping it under, hope rises from within. Prepare to be inspired by a love whose story begs to be told, and refuses to be denied no matter how painful, tragic, or tear-jerking.