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Murder in Humboldt By Gerald Darnell
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The year is 1962 and this small west Tennessee town has been turned upside down by a labor strike at its main manufacturing plant. It seems that, as result of the strike, some very serious... More > underworld crime problems have surfaced in Humboldt. A small town sheriff and small town Chief of Police have their hands full dealing with the strike - when the worst happens – one of the principal figures surrounding the labor problems is murdered. Carson Reno is very familiar with Humboldt – after all, he grew up and went to high school there. But Carson has a successful private investigation business in Memphis and no desire or reason to get involved. However, circumstances pull him into the turmoil and a situation that grows more dangerous everyday. By trying to not become involved, he becomes deeply involved and ultimately the prime suspect for the Murder in Humboldt.< Less
Murder in Humboldt By Gerald Darnell
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The year is 1962 and this small west Tennessee town has been turned upside down by a labor strike at its main manufacturing plant. It seems that, as result of the strike, some very serious... More > underworld crime problems have surfaced in Humboldt. A small town sheriff and small town Chief of Police have their hands full dealing with the strike - when the worst happens – one of the principal figures surrounding the labor problems is murdered. Carson Reno is very familiar with Humboldt – after all, he grew up and went to high school there. But Carson has a successful private investigation business in Memphis and no desire or reason to get involved. However, circumstances pull him into the turmoil and a situation that grows more dangerous everyday. By trying to not become involved, he becomes deeply involved and ultimately the prime suspect for the Murder in Humboldt.< Less
Murder in Humboldt By Gerald Darnell
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The year is 1962 and this small west Tennessee town has been turned upside down by a labor strike at its main manufacturing plant. It seems that, as result of the strike, some very serious... More > underworld crime problems have surfaced in Humboldt. A small town sheriff and small town Chief of Police have their hands full dealing with the strike - when the worst happens – one of the principal figures surrounding the labor problems is murdered. Carson Reno is very familiar with Humboldt – after all, he grew up and went to high school there. But Carson has a successful private investigation business in Memphis and no desire or reason to get involved. However, circumstances pull him into the turmoil and a situation that grows more dangerous everyday. By trying to not become involved, he becomes deeply involved and ultimately the prime suspect for the Murder in Humboldt.< Less
THE DANCING ORACLE OF HUMBOLDT COUTY By Susan Tuz
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A creative non-fiction piece about a young woman's discovery of counter-cultural Northern California of the 1970s.
Syntactic Analyses 39: The Limits of State Action, (Wilhelm von Humboldt) By Wilhelm von Humboldt
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Number 39 in a series of 100.
Cosmos, a Sketch of the Universe [Christmas Summary Classics] By Alexander Von Humboldt
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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially... More > crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About the Book Frederick Henry Alexander von Humboldt was born in Berlin on September 14, 1769. In 1788 he made the acquaintance of George Forster, one of Captain Cook's companions, and geological excursions made with him were the occasion of his first publications, a book on the nature of basalt. His work in the administration of mines in the principalities of Bayreuth and Anspach furnished materials for a treatise on fossil flora; and in 1827, when he was residing in Paris, he gave to the world his "Voyage to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent," which embodies the results of his investigations in South America.< Less
Humboldt y Bonpland By Jesús Tortoza Acevedo
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Humboldt, con su magna obra “VIAJE A LAS REGIONES EQUINOCCIALES DEL NUEVO CONTINENTE” se convirtió en el mejor promotor turístico e histórico del país; ya que... More > hasta JULIO VERNE se inspiró en su obra para escribir algunas de sus novelas,incluso el científico inglés CHARLES DARWIN, confiesa que se motivo en la obra de Humboldt. El médico y botánico Aimé Bonpland,lamentable no dejó nada escrito, de no haber sido por la obra de Humboldt, su extraordinario trabajo se hubiese perdido en las brumas del tiempo. Muchos libros se han escrito sobre el científico alemán, pero jamás una novela,cuyo objetivo es destacar de manera amena los hechos más relevantes de los dos personajes en forma cronológica. Nuestro Libertador SIMÓN BOLÍVAR,que conoció a ambos personajes en París en 1805, dijo: “HUMBOLDT HA HECHO MAS POR AMERICA QUE TODOS LOS CONQUISTADORES JUNTOS”< Less
HumBus: the Local Transit Guide to Rural Humboldt County, California By Area 1 Agency on Aging
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HumBus: The Local Transit Guide to Rural Humboldt County, California is a 100-page reference for navigating local bus systems. Both public and private rural transit systems are detailed for bus... More > travelers--with and without bicycles. Social service providers and planners will also find HumBus useful for learning about how--with limited budgets--transportation systems work to cover a large geographic area despite a low population density. When compared to urban systems, Humboldt transit may be considered a step behind, but when compared to other rural systems, Humboldt transit's complexity is definitely a sustainable step ahead with keeping people connected to community services and to each other over mountains, through the woods, and along watersheds, in the northwest corner of California. HumBus is the result of community collaboration among Access Consultants, the Area 1 Agency on Aging (a1aa.org), and Redwood Coast Music Festivals (rcmfest.org).< Less
Hoop Snake Hill And Other Stories from the Humboldt W. and Edith Langmuir Leverenz Family By Julie Leverenz
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An illustrated oral history of Humboldt W. and Edith Langmuir Leverenz, with historical references to notable ancestors and relatives including the explorer Alexander von Humboldt and the Nobel prize... More > winner Irving Langmuir. Includes Mr. Leverenz's memories of his youth on a struggling California almond ranch, studies in the early days of Nazi Germany, and his work on developing radar and color television.< Less
The Philosophic Grammar of American Languages, as Set Forth by Wilhelm von Humboldt With the Translation of an Unpublished Memoir by Him on the American Verb By Daniel G. (Daniel Garrison) Brinton
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Daniel Garrison Brinton (May 13, 1837 – July 31, 1899) was... More > an American archaeologist and ethnologist.Brinton was born in Thornbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Yale University in 1858, Brinton studied at Jefferson Medical College for two years and spent the next year travelling in Europe. He continued his studies at Paris and Heidelberg. From 1862 to 1865, during the American Civil War, he was a surgeon in the Union army, acting during 1864-1865 as surgeon-in-charge of the U.S. Army general hospital at Quincy, Illinois. Brinton was sun-stroked at Missionary Ridge (Third Battle of Chattanooga) and was never again able to travel in very hot weathers. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Garrison_Brinton< Less