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Our Gal Someday: A Scalar Signature Western By Frank Juszczyk
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A classic "fish-out-of-water" tale set amid the quirks of a small Southwestern town where UFO investigator Curt Wick first loses, then finds, and finally defines himself. The by turns... More > moving and comic process asks the reader to look more closely at who and what we are while making us feel both at home and at times terribly lost in our own world.< Less
Pioneers of the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions Vol VI By Joseph Fish
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This is a well documented account of the Pioneering, colonizing and growth of the Southwestern portion of the United States principally Utah, California, New Mexico and Arizona. By one of the... More > pioneers who participated in much of the history given.< Less
Pioneers of the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions Vol VII By Joseph Fish
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This is a well documented treatment of the settling and growth of the Southwest particularly Utah, New Mexico and Arizona. It is also a well documented treatment of Indian History in the Southwestern... More > United States up to 1900.< Less
Our Lady's Treasure, First Edition By Charles Gill
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When the Summit family takes Karla on her first vacation to the Southwestern U.S., a chance encounter starts them on a search for clues to unimaginable treasure. They also discover that another... More > group has, for centuries, been looking for the clues they found. The conflict that unfolds pits Scott’s knowledge of church history and his unwavering faith against the ambitions of this nefarious group.< Less
Luminaria: New and Selected Poems By Jerome Strong
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Luminaria: New and Selected Poems is a collection of poems written mostly during 2014. The collection makes reference to light after the poet noticed the ethos of light-bearing which runs throughout... More > the collection. Luminaria is from the late Latin for light and is commonly used by residents of the southwestern U.S. as a tradition during the Advent season which leads the spirit of the Christ child into their homes.< Less
Luminaria: New and Selected Poems (Large Print) By Jerome Strong
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Luminaria: New and Selected Poems is a collection of poems written mostly during 2014. The collection makes reference to light after the poet noticed the ethos of light-bearing which runs throughout... More > the collection. Luminaria is from the late Latin for light and is commonly used by residents of the southwestern U.S. as a tradition during the Advent season which leads the spirit of the Christ child into their homes.< Less
Luminaria: New and Selected Poems By Jerome Strong
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Luminaria: New and Selected Poems is a collection of poems written mostly during 2014. The collection makes reference to light after the poet noticed the ethos of light-bearing which runs throughout... More > the collection. Luminaria is from the late Latin for light and is commonly used by residents of the southwestern U.S. as a tradition during the Advent season which leads the spirit of the Christ child into their homes.< Less
Luminaria: New and Selected Poems By Jerome Strong
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Luminaria: New and Selected Poems is a collection of poems written mostly during 2014. The collection makes reference to light after the poet noticed the ethos of light-bearing which runs throughout... More > the collection. Luminaria is from the late Latin for light and is commonly used by residents of the southwestern U.S. as a tradition during the Advent season which leads the spirit of the Christ child into their homes.< Less
Eris in the U.S.A. Chart By Klaudio Zic
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Chiron Eris dynamism for the U.S.A. Chiron strongly interlocks with Eris at the time of prohibition. Objects around 150 degrees of azimuth conventionally occupy the southwestern sky. This is mostly... More > true for the planets. Albeit the Moon and Venus in particular greatly diverge from the path of the ecliptic, most planetary traffic happens near to 8 degrees from the ecliptic. It is within this narrow band that the zodiac is determined. Albeit we are accustomed to sights like Moon climbing in Auriga or Venus precipitating into Hydra, we are of course less accustomed to comets in Fornax or dwarf planets like Eris in Tucana as Eris takes us from the ecliptic belt towards the circumpolar region of the X Zodiac.< Less
All About Cactus Plants: (Cacti Plants) By Sean Mosley
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All about cactus plants. There are over 2,000 species of cacti, with various shapes and forms. Caldera cacti in southwestern US can overcome 20 m (66 ft) on height, while Rebutia cacti from Bolivia... More > and Argentina are just several centimeters tall. Some cacti look like chandeliers or columns, others are flattened or oval, looking like ears (Opuntia). There are cacti looking like curled snakes. Some look like a barrel or a small boar, perfectly rounded. Other cacti look like starfish or wrinkled human faces covered by a white spiny raveled wool pile. The cactus stems are thickened, storing water, and the leaves are transformed into spines.< Less