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Placer Gold Deposits of Utah - Geological Survey Bulletin 1357 By U.S. Department of the Interior
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There are thousands of old hard rock mines and prospects throughout Utah that produced some gold as byproducts of silver, lead, zinc, etc. Creeks and rivers near these mines always have potential to... More > produce some gold for a placer miner, but many have little reported about them due to lack of any significant concentrations. A few areas that have documented placer workings are listed below. The general area southwest of Salt Lake City has fine gold in the creeks near the Bingham Mine in the Oquirrh Mountains. In addition to lode mining, many placers have been exploited in this area. Johnson and Recapture Creeks in the Abajo Mountains. Gold has been found in the Colorado River, but it is extremely fine and requires great care to recover it. In the northeast corner of the state, the Green River has produced placer gold below Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Several creeks draining the Henry Mountains in Southeastern Utah. The San Juan River in the southwest part of the state has fine placer deposits.< Less
What You Need to Know About Kids By Kristine K. Lowder
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Ever want to know what a real man is, how to build a snow fort, charge up San Juan Hill, travel in space, deal with pesky brothers, why we have money, or what Jesus is like? Author Josiah Lowder... More > reveals answers to these questions and more in his first book, "What You Need to Know About Kids." Replete with the sage wisdom of a six year-old on all the big and little questions of life, "What You Need to Know About Kids" includes Josiah's observations on how to fly a space shuttle, deal with sibling rivalry, survive a tangle with blackberry bushes and "three dusty days of rubber bands." Additional chapters include What You Need to Know About: Babies, Ladies, Marines, Pastor Kent, Shiloh Bible Camp, and "little kids trying to destroy the weekend." "What You Need to Know About Kids" is more than a children's book--it's a life adventure seen through the eyes of a loquacious first grader. Told in Josiah's own words, this book will bring a mist to your eye and a smile to your heart.< Less
What You Need to Know About Kids By Kristine K. Lowder
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Ever want to know what a real man is, how to build a snow fort, charge up San Juan Hill, travel in space, deal with pesky brothers, why we have money, or what Jesus is like? Author Josiah Lowder... More > reveals answers to these questions and more in his first book, "What You Need to Know About Kids." Replete with the sage wisdom of a six year-old on all the big and little questions of life, "What You Need to Know About Kids" includes Josiah's observations on how to fly a space shuttle, deal with sibling rivalry, survive a tangle with blackberry bushes and "three dusty days of rubber bands." Additional chapters include What You Need to Know About: Babies, Ladies, Marines, Pastor Kent, Shiloh Bible Camp, and "little kids trying to destroy the weekend." "What You Need to Know About Kids" is more than a children's book--it's a life adventure seen through the eyes of a loquacious first grader. Told in Josiah's own words, this book will bring a mist to your eye and a smile to your heart.< Less
Villainy in the Vineyard By Gary McCarver
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In case you didn't know, until the 1880s when you said California wine everyone thought of Southern California. There were well over fifty wineries in early Orange County. With nearly a half million... More > vines in Anaheim alone and production exceeding a million gallons a year in the 1880s. At least until the great grape blight of 1886. This is the story of Kaye Syrah trying so hard to keep the family vineyard alive after her family went missing. It is the story of a ruthless land speculator willing to do just about anything to build his empire. Along the journey discover the stagecoach line and vineyards of old San Juan Capistrano. It is the story of dreamers and schemers, heroes and villains, but mostly about family. Learn the fate of the once great Southern California Vineyards in this long-forgotten seldom-told mostly-true tale about one man that kept wine alive not just for California, but for the whole planet. A family-friendly musical play that’s a lot of fun. visit: www.HeroAndVillain.com< Less
Lost In the Triangle By Don Edmundson
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Dominic Barletti; a Photo Journalist for the Miami Herald, received an assignment to fly his small Sesna’s engine and interview the newly-elected President of San Juan Puerto Rico a gala party... More > that was being held in his honor. But on his return flight to Miami, the plane suddenly lost power. What was worse, he was midway between the Miami and Puerto Rican airports, and, traveling just within the border of the Bermuda Triangle. His plane coasted downward, through a dense mist and towards a small island on the fringe of the Triangle. Dominic’s plane crashed into the high branches of a tree. Dominic thought he was surviving all alone, but then he met a stranger who had the same spot of bad luck. Trust and verbal communication was an issue, but soon, he and Saren had no choice to become good and cautious friends. For 6 months, they foraged for food and shared a cave. One day, he awoke one morning to find the plane’s generator missing, and so was Saren. But two days later, Saren returned to Dominic home.< Less
A Spiritual Canticle of the Soul and the Bridegroom Christ By John of the Cross
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John of the Cross, O.C.D., (San Juan de la Cruz) (1542 – 14 December 1591), was a major figure of the Counter-Reformation, a Spanish mystic, Roman Catholic saint, Carmelite friar and priest,... More > born at Fontiveros, Old Castile. John of the Cross was a reformer of the Carmelite Order and is considered, along with Saint Teresa of Ávila, as a founder of the Discalced Carmelites. He is also known for his writings. Both his poetry and his studies on the growth of the soul are considered the summit of mystical Spanish literature and one of the peaks of all Spanish literature. He was canonized as a saint in 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII. He is one of the thirty-five Doctors of the Church. This poem of forty stanzas tells the story of the soul’s search for Christ. In it, the soul is portrayed as a bride searching for her bridegroom after having become separated from him. Overall, the poem loosely follows the narrative of Solomon’s Song of Songs and can serve as an allegorical reading thereof in light of the Gospel.< Less
Catalogo de Lugares Turistico By Jose J. Vazquez Cintron
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Diferentes Fotos de Lugares Turistico en San Juan
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Fotografias de El Castillo de San Cristóbal San Juan, Puerto Rico. EL Castillo de San Cristóbal es la fortificación más grande construida por los españoles en el... More > nuevo mundo. Cuando se terminó en 1783, cubierto de alrededor de 27 acres de tierra y básicamente envuelto alrededor de la ciudad de San Juan. Entrada a la ciudad fue sellada por puertas dobles de San Cristóbal. Después de cerca de cien años de paz relativa en la zona, parte de la fortificación (cerca de un tercio) fue demolida en 1897 para ayudar a facilitar el flujo del tráfico dentro y fuera de la ciudad amurallada. Esta fortaleza fue construida sobre una colina conocida originalmente como el Cerro de la Horca o el Quemadero del Cerro, que fue cambiado a Cerro de San Cristóbal en la celebración de las victorias españolas expulsando intrusos ingleses y holandeses de la isla de este nombre en las Antillas y, a continuación, forman parte de la glacis territorial insular de Puerto Rico. (Reference: Wikipedia)< Less
El Lenguaje de Dios By Gerardo Manuel Lara Rodríguez
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El presente libro recopila un conjunto de poemas en donde el autor reflexiona profundamente sobre la relación del Creador con su criatura. A través de un lirismo acusado y una prosa... More > profundamente espiritual, el lector podrá descubrir a través de estos hermosos poemas lo que llamaría san Juan de la Cruz, los “lances de amor”.< Less
Puerto Rico: Guia de Lugares Historicos, Culturales y Eco-Turisticos By Julio A. Colon
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Esta Guía o lista de lugares históricos, culturales y Eco-turísticos fue creada para llenar un espacio que había en el renglón de guías turísticas de... More > Puerto Rico. En especial con respecto a lo cultural, histórico y de medio ambiente (Ecosistema). Hay tantos lugares que las personas pueden visitar en Puerto Rico (alrededor de 1,150 a 1,200 aproximadamente en esta guía) sin contar con lo que no pertenece a estas tres categorías. (Historia, Cultura y de Eco-sistema) que son las que ofrecen los hoteles, paradores y agencias de turismo...< Less

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