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Mixteco de San Juan Colorado NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Mixteco de San Juan Colorado. Ethnologue code: [mjc]. The original edition was published in 1994. The electronic edition was prepared in 2009.
Mixteco de San Juan Colorado NT By La Liga Bíblica
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El Nuevo Testamento en un idioma de México, Mixteco de San Juan Colorado. Ethnologue code: [mjc]. The original edition was published in 1994. The electronic edition was prepared in 2009.
DICCIONARIO MIXTECO DE SAN JUAN COLORADO By Sara Stark Campbell, Andrea Johnson Peterson, Filiberto Lorenzo Cruz
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This bilingual dictionary (with approximately 2000 entries) includes many of the most common words in the San Juan Colorado Mixtec language (Oaxaca, Mexico). The entries in both the... More > Mixtec–Spanish and Spanish–Mixtec sections include parts of speech, translation equivalents with different senses, and subentries for derived forms. There are also illustrative sentences in the Mixtec–Spanish section. Following the body of the dictionary, there is a section about the grammar (35 pages) and appendices that provide focus on particular semantic domains: greetings and appellatives, parts of the body, the number system, and times of the day. There are other appendices with cultural and anthropological information.< Less
SAN MIGUEL DEL MONTE By Sergio Saad
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San Miguel del Monte reúne el atractivo natural con la impronta histórica, una combinación muy interesante y difícil de encontrar. El atardecer sobre la laguna es una... More > postal. Tiene un casco histórico muy bien conservado; en donde se encuentra el rancho original que habitaba Rosas en su estancia "Los Cerrillos". La infraestructura es muy buena y son un poco más que 100 kilómetros de Buenos Aires. Una visita imperdible a una localidad privilegiada por su naturaleza e historia.< Less
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Take an adventure with me through photographs that were taken from the deserts of eastern Utah to high mountain lakes of the San Juan Mountains in western Colorado.
Telluride Sang Rael By Douglas McDaniel
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Poems written within the vortex of Telluride, Colorado, an eagle's nest for all kinds of weird countercultural activity that's tucked away at 8,600 feet above sea level in the San Juan Mountains of... More > southwestern Colorado, in this case poetry and essays by Douglas McDaniel, author of "Ipswich at War" and "William Blake in Cyberspace." An experiential launch into the Coloradan ghost town vibe, starting with a poem about "Alta," site of the first use of cross-current electricity in North America; or "Explanation of Arizona," which looks at the southwest from the mythical heights of the Ralph Lauren Ranch.< Less
Natures Way By S. Ulibarri
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Two of my favorite places in the world is Northern Idaho and Colorado. My photography is based in the beautiful landscapes of these two States.
The Story of Telluride and The Rio Grande Southern By Michael Brown
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The Story of Telluride, Colorado and the railroad that served the town. From mining town in Colorado's San Juan Mountains to one of Colorado's premier resorts. Many maps and pictures included.
The Gladstone Kibosh By Mark Esper
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“Extracts from the Gladstone Kibosh,” accounts from a fictional newspaper apparently invented by Oliver Klinger, co-publisher with his brother L.A. “Toots” Klinger of the... More > Silverton Standard from late 1897 to the end of 1905, was a column that struck a rich vein of humor amid the grim realities of the frontier mining camps in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado during that time.< Less
The Kibosh Files By Mark Esper
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The Gladstone Kibosh was a fake newspaper invented by the editor of the Silverton (Colorado) Standard in 1899. The "Extracts from the Gladstone Kibosh" were hilarious entries on alleged... More > events in the remote mining camp in the San Juan Mountains, introducing us to Demon's Delight homemade whiskey and the Angel of Mercy Saloon, famed for its shin-kicking contests and shell games. We also meet deeply flawed but endearing characters such as James Bowman, the conniving editor who will resort to just about anything -- including extortion -- to win subscribers and advertisers, Dr. Bunion, the corn surgeon/gun slinger, and Deacon Devine, who converts few in Gladstone, while descending deeper into poverty and temptation of saloons. The Gladstone Kibosh, by its nature as fiction, was able to comment bluntly on the darker side of the mining camps -- violence, alcoholism, while poking fun at the harsh weather and economic conditions at the 11,000-foot high town.< Less