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The River By Matthew Fairman
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The River is a short graphic novel. Created over four years, it compromises four short stories revolving around a central theme. A writer desperate for a story, finds an abundance of ideas after... More > falling into the polluted depths of the cities river. These ideas, however, come at a terrible price.< Less
The River By A book of poetry by Mona Faye Eversole
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The River By Edward Smith
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A collection of poems inspired by photographs and drawings of wild places where humans feel at home in a way that satisfies deep needs.
Rivers By Stephen Michaels
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A collection of water images
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
The River By Melissa Oyler, Jeffrey Oyler
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A look at where the Davis family grew up on Lake Wylie, SC.
The River By Melissa Oyler, Jeffrey Oyler
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A look at where the Davis family grew up on Lake Wylie, SC.
Into The River By Tamar Paning
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Into The River, A Book From a Father to His Son contains practical and spiritual wisdom handed down in an effort to help support the next generation in pursuit of Truth. Originally written... More > predominately for the benefit of the Father.< Less
THE RIVER By Alan Ferber
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The River is a solo piano improvisation that Keith Jarrett plays on his recording, "Always Let Me Go." It's a beautiful and evocative piece of music that lends itself to a chamber orchestra... More > setting thanks to his brilliant use of counterpoint and, of course, his strong sense melody and harmony. The recording of this piece will be on a forthcoming CD, "Chamber Songs," to be released by Sunnyside in Spring 2010. Instrumentation: trumpet, trombone, soprano sax, tenor sax, bass clarinet, string quartet, and bass (the piece works especially well when all string parts are doubled). This download also includes a concert score.< Less