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April Dawn - Life Lives
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A young girl awakens to find she has memories from two different pasts, fifty years apart, and both ended tragically when eight years old. She feels different. She is different. She is alive! She... More > (April) is warned by 'Travis', the 'Test Robot with Autonomously Verified Intergrational Systems' to trust no-one, not even the Professor, her 'Pa'. April is also under the strict guardianship of Li-Ming, her 'educator'. When transported across America in a specially adapted RV (the CatV), they meet Jack, who teaches her new things. April discovers more of herself, and of other people. Shadowing her are government agents. Also following are the Chinese, who want to abduct her, but are constantly thwarted by mishaps and circumstance, until they get their chance on Lake Erie. The U.S. military, however, wants her killed. Why? On arriving at the destination in Maryland she has to use the skills and abilities gained if she is to live.< Less
Among the Millet and Other Poems
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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: Archibald Lampman FRSC (17 November 1861 – 10 February... More > 1899) was a Canadian poet. "He has been described as 'the Canadian Keats;' and he is perhaps the most outstanding exponent of the Canadian school of nature poets." The Canadian Encyclopedia says that he is "generally considered the finest of Canada's late 19th-century poets in English. "Lampman is classed as one of Canada's Confederation Poets, a group which also includes Charles G.D. Roberts, Bliss Carman, and Duncan Campbell Scott.Archibald Lampman was born at Morpeth, Ontario, a village near Chatham, the son of Archibald Lampman, an Anglican clergyman. "The Morpeth that Lampman knew was a small town set in the rolling farm country of what is now western Ontario, not far from the shores of Lake Erie. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archibald_Lampman< Less
American Colossus: The Grain Elevator, 1843 to 1943
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New! Improved! Updated! Shorter and less expensive! -- Yes, William J. Brown's "American Colossus: the Grain Elevator 1843 to 1942" has been republished, and it is even better than before.... More > Originally published in 2009, "American Colossus" is still the only book-length history of the invention, development and widespread adoption of the steam-powered grain elevator, which was invented in Buffalo, New York, in 1843 by Joseph Dart and Robert Dunbar. Over the course of the next 50 years, Buffalo-style grain elevators were built all over the Great Lakes region and, eventually, all over the world. "American Colossus" pays careful attention to the role played by the Erie Canal and to such technical matters as fireproofing measures and materials-handling techniques. The heart and soul of the book are the chapters devoted to the depictions and interpretations of Buffalo's elevators by the local press in the 19th C and such European modern architects as Gropius, Mendelssohn and Le Corbusier in the 20th.< Less
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