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Denver South Platte River Corridor By Bruce Sharky
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Planning and design proposals for the Denver South Platte River Corridor by advance students at the Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, USA
Birds of the Central Platte River Valley and Adjacent Counties By Paul A. Johnsgard, Mary Bomberger Brown
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The central Platte River Valley region of Nebraska encompasses 11 counties and nearly 10,000 square miles, and extends about 120 miles from the western edge of Lincoln County to the eastern edge of... More > Merrick County. At its center is the Platte River, the historic spring staging area for Sandhill and Whooping cranes, five species of geese, and millions of waterfowl and water-dependent birds. Collectively, at least 373 bird species have been reported from the Central Platte Valley, making it the most species-rich bird location in Nebraska, and of the most species-diverse regions in the Great Plains. The abundance, distribution and habitats of these species are summarized, with special consideration given to the Valley’s three nationally threatened and endangered birds, the Whooping Crane, Interior Least Tern, and Piping Plover, and the now probably extinct Eskimo Curlew. Also included are a species checklist, a list of 82 regional birding sites, and a bibliography of 130 citations.< Less
Birding Nebraska’s Central Platte Valley and Rainwater Basin By Paul Johnsgard
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Central Nebraska's Platte River and Rainwater Basin are primary stops in the migration patterns of numerous North American waterfowl, including sandhill and whooping cranes, sandpipers, geese, ducks,... More > gulls, and shorebirds of many types. Upland species also abound there as well. The region's most eminent ornithologist provides birding and travel information for casual tourists and hard-core enthusiasts: locations, seasons, events, routes, accommodations, contacts, etc. A complete species list is also included. This birders' guide is as essential as your boots and binoculars.< Less
RIVER NORTH GREENWAY By Christie Schneider
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A Landscape Architecture Master's Report based on the development of River North Greenway in Denver, CO--strategizing generation 4 greenways as dynamic mosaics.
RIVER NORTH GREENWAY By Christie Schneider
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A Landscape Architecture Master's Report based on the development of River North Greenway in Denver, CO--strategizing generation 4 greenways as dynamic mosaics.
Comrades on River and Lake By Ralph Victor
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Comrades on River and Lake By Ralph Victor is one of THE COMRADES SERIES. Ralph Victor is probably the best equipped writer of up-to-date boys’ stories of the present day. He has traveled or... More > lived in every land, has shot big game with Sears in India, has voyaged with Jack London, and was a war correspondent in Natal and Japan. The lure of life in the open has always been his, and his experiences have been thrilling and many. In this series the author gets full opportunity to exhibit his unusual talent for the description of American field sports and the boys who take part in them, with a dash to arouse the enthusiasm of every reader. Comrades in Camp Comrades in New York Comrades on the Ranch Comrades in New Mexico Comrades on the Great Divide Comrades at School Comrades at Winton Hall Comrades on Winton Oval Comrades on River and Lake Comrades with the Winton Cadets This book was published in 1910, by The Platt & Peck Co.< Less
The Yellow Chief By Louisa May Alcott
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The Yellow Chief: A Romance of the Rocky Mountains is a novel by Thomas Mayne Reid written in 1869, converging frontier fiction with anti-slavery messages. The Yellow Chief tells the story of a... More > southern mulatto slave who runs away to become a Cheyenne Indian chief in the Rocky Mountains, seeking revenge on his cruel plantation owners as they emigrate to the West.The novel was published in 1870 as a pulp western dime novel in London, and was afterwards published as Part II of Mayne Reid's The White Squaw (1871). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Yellow_Chief:_A_Romance_of_the_Rocky_Mountains Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Yellow Chief By Mayne Reid
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The Yellow Chief: A Romance of the Rocky Mountains is a novel by Thomas Mayne Reid written in 1869, converging frontier fiction with anti-slavery messages. The Yellow Chief tells the story of a... More > southern mulatto slave who runs away to become a Cheyenne Indian chief in the Rocky Mountains, seeking revenge on his cruel plantation owners as they emigrate to the West.The novel was published in 1870 as a pulp western dime novel in London, and was afterwards published as Part II of Mayne Reid's The White Squaw (1871). Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Yellow_Chief:_A_Romance_of_the_Rocky_Mountains Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
American Trails Revisited-The Oregon Trail By Lyn Wilkerson
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This first installment of the American Trails Revisited series is an excerpt from our full publication, "American Trails Revisited", produced in 2003. This excerpt drives the trail from... More > St. Louis, Missouri, to Astoria, Oregon, examining not only the main trail, but all of its alternate branches as well. The highway signage that you would expect to see when you are driving is included, so there is less confusion when the route changes its host highway. Please enjoy the rich history and entertaining stories which lay along his hallowed route across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.< Less
American Trails Revisited-The Oregon Trail By Lyn Wilkerson
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This first installment of the American Trails Revisited series is an excerpt from our full publication, "American Trails Revisited", produced in 2003. This excerpt drives the trail from... More > St. Louis, Missouri, to Astoria, Oregon, examining not only the main trail, but all of its alternate branches as well. The highway signage that you would expect to see when you are driving is included, so there is less confusion when the route changes its host highway. Please enjoy the rich history and entertaining stories which lay along his hallowed route across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.< Less