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An Expedition Through Bass's Strait By Matthew Flinders
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An Expedition Through Bass's Strait by Matthew Flinders. Narrative of an Expedition in the Colonial sloop Norfolk, from Port Jackson, through the Strait which separates Van Diemen's Land from New... More > Holland, and from thence round the South Cape back to Port Jackson, completing the circumnavigation of the former Island, with some remarks on the coasts and harbours. The bearings in the following journal are all magnetic, unless it is otherwise particularly expressed.< Less
Idle Threats and Travelogues By Vincent Bass
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A youth's journey through the beauty and horror of the 1970s and the South Bronx
Idle Threats and Travelogues By Vincent Bass
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Poems that describe the angst of growing up in the 1970s, particularly poor and most particularly in the South Bronx.
BassArt South Paw By Bryan Breaux
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BassArt South Paw by Bryan Breaux. (11" x 8.5", 32 pgs., pdf) Years ago, I saw an old guitar that had many frets that were painted white in a pattern I thought I had never seen... More > before. However, once I tuned the guitar, I realized that the white and brown frets aligned with the familiar pattern of the white and black keys of a piano. Since I already knew how to play the piano, this was the tool I longed for and used to teach myself to play the guitar. Throughout the years, this idea has grown into what I call "guitar art"... hence, GuitArt. After hearing persuasion from friends, fellow musicians and students, I decided to create this ebook to share with all. I hope you too enjoy the visual beauty of GuitArt. Sincerely, Bryan Breaux< Less
That Brother Can Knit!: A Creative Memoir of a Gay Black Man from Alabama By Wallace Bass Boyd
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Creative personal memoir featuring poetry, faerie tales, and essays about the black, gay, male experience in the American south. JUST GO AHEAD AND BE FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!
BassArt 5-String South Paw By Bryan Breaux
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BassArt 5-String South Paw by Bryan Breaux. (11" x 8.5", 30 pgs., pdf) Years ago, I saw an old guitar that had many frets that were painted white in a pattern I thought I had never seen... More > before. However, once I tuned the guitar, I realized that the white and brown frets aligned with the familiar pattern of the white and black keys of a piano. Since I already knew how to play the piano, this was the tool I longed for and used to teach myself to play the guitar. Throughout the years, this idea has grown into what I call "guitar art"... hence, GuitArt. After hearing persuasion from friends, fellow musicians and students, I decided to create this ebook to share with all. I hope you too enjoy the visual beauty of GuitArt. Sincerely, Bryan Breaux< Less
Early Adventures at Put-in-Bay, Middle Bass and Johnson's Island By Michael Gora
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The stories in this book provide an important historical picture of what travelers to the Lake Erie Islands encountered in the 18th and early 19th centuries. I believe they are also interesting to a... More > larger set of readers who would like answers to the following questions: Could Put-in-Bay harbor have been located on Middle Bass Island in the 18th century, and not on South Bass Island? Why were the Lake Erie Islands called the “Isles of Terror”? Who found the dead body of a French trader on North Bass Island in 1793 and buried it there? What occasion led to singing accompanied by flute music in a cavern in Put-in-Bay in 1819? How was Johnson’s Island selected for the prison there during the Civil War? What was life like for the Confederate soldiers imprisoned on Johnson’s Island? What did John Yates Beall, the “Pirate of Lake Erie”, look like? And many more.< Less
BassArt Southpaw (ePub) By Bryan Breaux
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BassArt South Paw by Bryan Breaux. (11" x 8.5", 32 pgs., ePub) Years ago, I saw an old guitar that had many frets that were painted white in a pattern I thought I had never seen before.... More > However, once I tuned the guitar, I realized that the white and brown frets aligned with the familiar pattern of the white and black keys of a piano. Since I already knew how to play the piano, this was the tool I longed for and used to teach myself to play the guitar. Throughout the years, this idea has grown into what I call "guitar art"... hence, GuitArt. After hearing persuasion from friends, fellow musicians and students, I decided to create this ebook to share with all. I hope you too enjoy the visual beauty of GuitArt. Sincerely, Bryan Breaux< Less
BassArt 5-String Southpaw (ePub) By Bryan Breaux
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BassArt 5-String South Paw by Bryan Breaux. (11" x 8.5", 30 pgs., ePub) Years ago, I saw an old guitar that had many frets that were painted white in a pattern I thought I had never seen... More > before. However, once I tuned the guitar, I realized that the white and brown frets aligned with the familiar pattern of the white and black keys of a piano. Since I already knew how to play the piano, this was the tool I longed for and used to teach myself to play the guitar. Throughout the years, this idea has grown into what I call "guitar art"... hence, GuitArt. After hearing persuasion from friends, fellow musicians and students, I decided to create this ebook to share with all. I hope you too enjoy the visual beauty of GuitArt. Sincerely, Bryan Breaux< Less
The Aborigines of Tasmania's Furneaux Group By Paul Tapp
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A composite of accounts of whaling and sealing, including the A.L.Meston essay on 'Half-castes of the Furneaux Group'. They came from across the globe in tall ships, in billowing sails, iconic of an... More > era hell-bent on supplying the colonies and the giant cities of the northern hemisphere with their insatiable industrial needs. The many out of print publications to which I have referred, are conservative in their appraisal of the sealing and whaling hey-day of Tasmania, particularly the expansive bays and estuaries of the south and the islands of Bass Strait, the Furneaux Group. But it was the universal expression of the day of those authors, not to paraphrase in any emotional terms, the end result of that period of exploitation.They came, they slaughtered and regarded their new-found paradise as no more than their 'happy hunting-grounds' & moved on...for no other reason than that of the industrial pragmatic...there was nothing left. This publication salvages works otherwise lost to posterity.< Less