This Remarkable Continent

Author: John F. Rooney
Editor: College Station [Tex.] : Published for The Society for the North American Cultural Survey by Texas A & M University Press
ISBN: 9780890961117
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The Continent

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A Hand Book For Travellers On The Continent 1st 2 Issues Of The 16th And 17th Eds The 18th Ed Is In 2 Pt Pt 1 Only Of The 19th Ed

Author: John Murray (publishers.)
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The Crest Of The Continent

Author: Ernest Ingersoll
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Brushwood Picked Up On The Continent

Author: Orville Horwitz
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Actual Africa Or The Coming Continent

Author: Frank Vincent
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Recollections Of Malta Sicily And The Continent

Author: Penry Williams
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A Hand Book For Travellers On The Continent

Author: John Murray (Firm)
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A Hand Book For Travellers On The Continent

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The Conquest Of A Continent Expansion Of Races In America

Author: Madison Grant
Editor: e-artnow
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This eBook edition has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. "The Conquest of a Continent" was the first attempt to give an authentic racial history of the USA, based on the scientific interpretation of race as distinguished from language and from geographic distribution. The Cradle of Mankind The Nordic Conquest of Europe The Nordic Settlement of America The Puritans in New England The Gateways to the West from New England and Virginia Virginia and Her Neighbors The Old Northwest Territory The Mountaineers Conquer the Southwest From the Mississippi to the Oregon The Spoils of the Mexican War The Alien Invasion The Transformation of America Checking the Alien Invasion The Legacy of Slavery Our Neighbors on the North Our Neighbors on the South The Nordic Outlook

A Handbook For Travellers On The Continent

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United States From The Discovery Of The North American Continent To The Present Time

Author: Julian Hawthorne
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United States From The Discovery Of The North American Continent Up To The Present Time

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Negroland Or Light Thrown Upon The Dark Continent The History Of African Exploration And Adventure As Given In The Leading Authorities From Herodotus To The Latest Explorers Including Livingston Speke Baker Stanley Johnston Others

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Listening To A Continent Sing

Author: Donald Kroodsma
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 069118089X
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Join birdsong expert Donald Kroodsma on a ten-week, ten-state bicycle journey as he travels with his son from the Atlantic to the Pacific, lingering and listening to our continent sing as no one has before. On remote country roads, over terrain vast and spectacular, from dawn to dusk and sometimes through the night, you will gain a deep appreciation for the natural symphony of birdsong many of us take for granted. Come along and marvel at how expressive these creatures are as Kroodsma leads you west across nearly five thousand miles—at a leisurely pace that enables a deep listen. Listening to a Continent Sing is also a guided tour through the history of a young nation and the geology of an ancient landscape, and an invitation to set aside the bustle of everyday life to follow one's dreams. It is a celebration of flowers and trees, rocks and rivers, mountains and prairies, clouds and sky, headwinds and calm, and of local voices and the people you will meet along the way. It is also the story of a father and son deepening their bond as they travel the slow road together from coast to coast. Beautifully illustrated throughout with drawings of birds and scenes and featuring QR codes that link to audio birdsong, this poignant and insightful book takes you on a travel adventure unlike any other—accompanied on every leg of your journey by birdsong.

The Water Dreamers

Author: Michael Cathcart
Editor: Text Publishing
ISBN: 1921656557
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The long-awaited history that will change the way Australians think about their country. The Water Dreamers is the story of the settlement of Australia: of the scarcity of water and the need to fill an imagined silence with the sounds of civilisation. From the moment the First Fleeters stepped ashore, water determined progress. The Tank Stream that flowed through what is now the Sydney CBD provided fresh water until settlers and their livestock fouled it. Then water from a nearby swamp was piped into the growing settlement. When it ran dry sights were set further afield. The Water Dreamers is an illuminating account of the ways people have imagined and interpreted Australia while struggling to understand this continent and striving to conquer its obstacles. It’s an environmental history and a cultural history with an unmistakable sense of how, today, we are part of that continuing story.

Geographical Studies

Author: Carl Ritter
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