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Cape Ann and the North Shore By David Stone
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A visual tour of selected scenic sites on Cape Ann and Massachusett's North Shore through the lens of photographer Stoney Stone
Reliant North Cape Challenge 2008 By Elvis Payne, Geoffrey Payne
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In June 2008, brothers Elvis and Geoffrey Payne, drove 5,500 miles from Tamworth(UK)to the North Cape, the northenmost point in Europe at the top of Norway. In a standard car 5,500 miles is no mean... More > feat though the brothers chose to do it in an 18 year old 3-wheeled Reliant Robin along with four other teams driving 3-wheeled Bond Bugs ranging from 35 - 38 years old. The journey took three weeks to complete and crossed through eight different countries as well as some very challenging roads. This is the story of how they prepared for the journey along with enhanced extracts from their daily blog following the journey as it unfolded. In full colour with over 70 photographs.< Less
Reliant North Cape Challenge 2008 By Elvis Payne, Geoffrey Payne
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In June 2008, brothers Elvis and Geoffrey Payne, drove 5,500 miles from Tamworth(UK)to the North Cape, the northenmost point in Europe at the top of Norway. In a standard car 5,500 miles is no mean... More > feat though the brothers chose to do it in an 18 year old 3-wheeled Reliant Robin along with four other teams driving 3-wheeled Bond Bugs ranging from 35 - 38 years old. The journey took three weeks to complete and crossed through eight different countries as well as some very challenging roads. This is the story of how they prepared for the journey along with enhanced extracts from their daily blog following the journey as it unfolded. In full colour with over 70 photographs.< Less
North Cape: selected poems of a poet turned philosopher By Robert M. Ellis
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North Cape is the relic of a gradual change in one man's life, over a period of more than twenty years, from aspiring poet to philosopher. Robert M. Ellis is more intent today on developing a... More > philosophy of the Middle Way, but the roots of this philosophical drive are found in earlier creative work, much of it written as a Cambridge student or when on Buddhist retreats. The poems in this collection record varying experiences of travel, observation, emotional struggle and meditation. The influences include Buddhist iconography, Gerard Manley Hopkins and Renaissance art.< Less
The Cape Fear Indian By Gilliam Clarke
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Murphy Campbell’s assignment to write a story about the Cape Fear Indians was a formidable and seeming improbable task until he got assistance from the mouse of history. Through the unique... More > capability of the computer mouse he gains first-hand knowledge of the life of a Cape Fear Indian at the time of the settlement of the Cape Fear region of North Carolina. Not only did Murph’s story win the state prize but it caused important changes in Murph’s life, including turning the story into a play for school presentation, along with desirable changes in his reactions.< Less
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear By Baylus C. Brooks
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Edward Moseley is not the man that romantic historians of the past have idolized. Politics skewed North Carolina's history and created a "king" from a "crook." NOTE: the print... More > version has color illustrations and is expensive. The download is free, however.< Less
Dethroning the Kings of Cape Fear By Baylus C. Brooks
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Edward Moseley is not the man that romantic historians of the past have idolized. Politics skewed North Carolina's history and created a "king" from a "crook." NOTE: the print... More > version has color illustrations and is expensive. This e-version is much cheaper, however.< Less
Powder Monkey of Cape Fear By Jon Batson
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A collection of prize winning historical short stories by North Carolina writer Jon Batson. Though historically correct, the main characters and what happens in these tall tales is fiction. Sit back!... More > Relax and enjoy!< Less
Around Cape Horn By Maria Luisa Zaccheo Wahlberg
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In February 2009 we sailed from Valparaiso on a cruise along the coasts of Chile, Argentina and Uruguay, passing through the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego and around Cape Horn. This cruise... More > was an eye-opener to me, because I previously had been so taken by the unforgettable experience of North America. At the Strait of Magellan we enjoyed a beautiful view of Punta Arenas, with its backdrop of mountains covered in snow, and the sea littered with ice. This was in anticipation of what we later found in Ushuaia, capital of the Antarctica Argentina and southernmost town in the Western Hemisphere. Situated at the famed “Tierra del Fuego”, land of the fire, we found Artic weather and alpine architecture. We then passed out of the Strait of Magellan and rounded stormy Cape Horn, where the currents of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans collide, creating the legendary turbulence of winds and waves. My drawings aim to show many of the wonders of the southern continent.< Less
Guns of the Cape Fear The Civil War Defenses of Wilmington, North Carolina Volume I: The First Nineteen Months By H. J. Keith
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This is the story of the men, the guns, and the fortifications of the Civil War defenses of the Cape Fear River and Wilmington, North Carolina. It is a chronological presentation of the enlistments,... More > assignments, and transfers of every unit and commander to serve in the Cape Fear during the early months of the Civil War. It is an analysis of the chronological evolution of the Cape Fear fortifications, as well as the technical aspects of their construction. Moreover, it is an analysis of the struggle by the Confederacy to maintain parity with Union artillery. The types of cannon that served in the Cape Fear from the first day of the war to the last are outlined and discussed, as are their capabilities and shortcomings. The evolution of smoothbore to rifled cannon in the river and land defenses is traced, as are the many and varied sources of artillery pieces.< Less