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At the River By Chrystine Julian
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Shamanic Lessons: I have been dedicated to a life of spiritual pursuits for more than fifty years. The later sixteen of those have had a primary focus in Shamanism and Mysticism, but please... More > understand that I do not consider myself a shaman. As my teacher said, “Never trust a shaman under the age of eighty.” Perhaps one day I will earn that title, but for now, I am a serious student that uses shamanic tools and techniques. This book recounts a few of my early experiences along the path.< Less
The River By William Logan
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Alexander Logan migrated from Canada to Australia around 1855. He married Eliza Collins in Sydney in 1858. Eliza arrived from England in 1856. They initially lived in a rugged sawmilling town north... More > of Sydney where most of their children were born. They then made the 800km journey further north to the Tweed River. Travel was by sailing boat and horseback over mountains. They built the Junction Inn and Eliza Logan Store at Tumbulgum. Alexander was known as Captain Logan and he ferried goods along the river. Eliza's nephew built the first Masonic hall in the district. Descendants lived along the river as sailors, farmers, publicans and shipbuilders. One died while mining in Africa. Another was a successful businessman in Brisbane. William had a cordial factory in Armidale and was a noted photographer. His twin, Lightly Thomas, sailed the Pacific, and had a range of businesses. Joseph Alexander was a shipbuilder. Maggie, a family favourite, and Paul, the youngest, inherited the bulk of Alexander's wealth.< Less
The River By William Logan
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Alexander Logan migrated from Canada to Australia around 1855. He married Eliza Collins in Sydney in 1858. Eliza arrived from England in 1856. They initially lived in a rugged sawmilling town north... More > of Sydney where most of their children were born. They then made the 800km journey further north to the Tweed River. Travel was by sailing boat and horseback over mountains. They built the Junction Inn and Eliza Logan Store at Tumbulgum. Alexander was known as Captain Logan and he ferried goods along the river. Eliza's nephew built the first Masonic hall in the district. Descendants lived along the river as sailors, farmers, publicans and shipbuilders. One died while mining in Africa. Another was a successful businessman in Brisbane. William had a cordial factory in Armidale and was a noted photographer. His twin, Lightly Thomas, sailed the Pacific, and had a range of businesses. Joseph Alexander was a shipbuilder. Maggie, a family favourite, and Paul, the youngest, inherited the bulk of Alexander's wealth.< Less
New River watershed By Jing Chu
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The Lower New River watershed, located in Southern West Virginia. In 1978, its central river area (Lower New River) was developed as the New River Gorge Nation Park by Congress. For the Lower New... More > River watershed, lots of remnants from the recent industrial age make up the local prehistoric sites. Since it is one of the nations's American Heritage Rivers, special attention was attached to protect local natural resource and environment, revitalize economy, and preserve historic and cultural.< Less
Riding That New River Train By Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society
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This book provides an in-depth account of the C&O Railway in the New River Valley and includes detailed descriptions of the history and development of the line; operations, locations, motive... More > power, freight and passenger service, coal mines and towns, short lines and branches, and landmarks along the way. It also includes narratives about famous railroad towns such as Thurmond and Quinnimont. It is filled with hundreds of photographs, drawings, maps and other reference material. Many of the photos were taken by the author, and are unique to this book. Other reference material has been taken from original, official railroad sources. This is the essential reference to railroading in the New River Gorge and also serves as a guide for touring famous locations in the area. It is the most complete and scholarly coverage of the topic available.< Less
LOWER NEW RIVER WATERSHED By AYAKA MATTHEWS
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A studio project in 2012 fall semester. Master of Landscape Architecture, West Virginia University.
Art Migration To New Media By Glen River
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A long tradition of fine art migrates into “New Media.” The visual path presents a diverse look at the artist’s journey. Digital expressions combined with new technologies to... More > produce this marriage of classic fine art and new media. An elegant collection of art created by Glen River.< Less
Art Migration To New Media By Glen River
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A long tradition of fine art migrates into “New Media.” The visual path presents a diverse look at the artist’s journey. Digital expressions combined with new technologies to... More > produce this marriage of classic fine art and new media. An elegant collection of art created by Glen River.< Less
Rosendale and New Paltz By Glen River
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Views of Rosendale, and New Paltz New York are the subject of this group of paintings. A stunning collection portraying familiar scenes, transports us into a mythic sense of place and time. The... More > paintings are vivid portraits capturing the essence of the subject.< Less
Rosendale and New Paltz By Glen River
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Views of Rosendale, and New Paltz New York are the subject of this group of paintings. A stunning collection portraying familiar scenes, transports us into a mythic sense of place and time. The... More > paintings are vivid portraits capturing the essence of the subject.< Less