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5-Six River Motor Boys on the St. Lawrence By Harry Gordon
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This is the fifth of the adventures of Clay, Alex, case, Teddy Bear and Captain Joe—both the dog and the man—assist our boys in their exploration of this elegant "seaway." When... More > a mysterious map comes into their hands, they search the great St. Lawrence River for clues as to what it all might mean. A surprise is in store for the river pirates who would steal their boat.< Less
Take Me, O St. Lawrence River (Freedom) By Rodney Rawlings
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PIANO-VOCAL SCORE (eBook): Song in which the narrator/singer overhears the anxious thoughts of an escaped slave waiting to be carried across the border to Canada. Indirectly touches on the noble role... More > played by Canada in assisting fugitives from the American South to reach freedom. KEY: G. VOCAL RANGE: C4 to G5. ALSO AVAILABLE IN: F and A flat.< Less
Take Me, O St. Lawrence River (Freedom) By Rodney Rawlings
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NEWS! Also available as a download (faster, cheaper!)--go to my page (click on my name). This (print) version: PIANO-VOCAL SCORE: Song in which the narrator/singer overhears the anxious thoughts of... More > an escaped slave waiting to be carried across the border to Canada. Indirectly touches on the noble role played by Canada in assisting fugitives from the American South to reach freedom. KEY: G. VOCAL RANGE: C4 to G5. ALSO AVAILABLE IN: F and A flat.< Less
RIVER ALWAYS MOVING By Cynthia Kozlowski
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In this first volume of poetry, marking the 80th year of her birth, artist and author Cynthia Kozlowski reveals a portrait of a life in its most condensed essence. In these poems we find the optimism... More > of childhood; the reverie of a long and fruitful marriage; the grief over a father’s addiction and death; meditations on God and religion; and a celebration, above all, of the beauty and mystery of nature.< Less
Cite de Code a Barres By Carl Sergio, Jim Kuipers
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By 2050, there will be an estimated 1 Billion water refugees in the world. As the outlet for the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River carries a lot of water. What if those billion people in need of... More > water came to the St. Lawrence? Cite de Code a Barres attempts to demonstrate how massive climate-driven migration can be a source of growth and prosperity for a region.< Less
THOUSAND ISLANDS - USA & CANADA - AUGUST 2011 By MIGUEL SUAREZ
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The Best of the Best of the "1000 Islands": Sail the St. Lawrence River (USA & Canada) and visit Boldt and Singer Castles with Miguel Angel Suarez's 70 color photographs published on 25... More > pages without leaving home. **A great experience.< Less
The Sorrow of Delight By David Harries
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The Lawrence Confectionery Company was born on a kitchen table in Grimshaw Street, Preston, in the county of Lancashire. It was a difficult birth, and the smell of burnt sugar lingered for some... More > days. But John Lawrence was a persistent man; he bought bigger copper pans and a whole sack-full of sugar. His enterprise prospered and he moved to larger premises, employed staff, and in a few years became quite rich enough to buy a Scottish sporting estate called “St Mordan of the Two Rivers”. The year was 1913. This is the story of the next eighty or ninety years of the Lawrence family and those who were their guests, friends and enemies. It is a story of joy and sorrow, of their heartfelt love of the mountains, glens and rivers of this wondrous place. It is also a tale of deep hurt and despair – and even bloody murder!< Less
The Sorrow of Delight By David Harries
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The Lawrence Confectionery Company was born on a kitchen table in Grimshaw Street, Preston, in the county of Lancashire. It was a difficult birth, and the smell of burnt sugar lingered for some... More > days. But John Lawrence was a persistent man; he bought bigger copper pans and a whole sack-full of sugar. His enterprise prospered and he moved to larger premises, employed staff, and in a few years became quite rich enough to buy a Scottish sporting estate called “St Mordan of the Two Rivers”. The year was 1913. This is the story of the next eighty or ninety years of the Lawrence family and those who were their guests, friends and enemies. It is a story of joy and sorrow, of their heartfelt love of the mountains, glens and rivers of this wondrous place. It is also a tale of deep hurt and despair – and even bloody murder!< Less
Adèle: Wilderness Bride. A Story of New France By Thora Kerr Illing
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Escaping from a bad marriage is challenging in any age. It was fraught with danger in 17th century New France when a runaway bride could expect censure from society and Church, even if she found an... More > honest way of earning a living. Adèle was among the young women sent from France to marry in the young colony along the St. Lawrence River. Unusual because she was literate, Adèle is miserably matched with an abusive farmer. She is helped to escape to Quebec by a coureur-de-bois and rebuilds her life, claiming to be a widow. She has work, friends and a faithful dog but the only man to whom she can speak from the heart is promised to her friend. Adèle’s imagined story of adversity,heartache and eventual happiness unfolds against the background of a seminal period in Canadian history.< Less
Handbook of the Trees of New England By Lorin L. Dame, Henry Brooks
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There is no lack of good manuals of botany in this country. There still seems place for an adequately illustrated book of convenient size for field use. The larger manuals, moreover, cover extensive... More > regions and sometimes fail by reason of their universality to give a definite idea of plants as they grow within more limited areas. New England marks a meeting place of the Canadian and Alleghanian floras. Many southern plants, long after they have abandoned more elevated situations northward, continue to advance up the valleys of the Connecticut and Merrimac rivers, in which they ultimately disappear entirely or else reappear in the valley of the St. Lawrence; while many northern plants pushing southward maintain a more or less precarious existence upon the mountain summits or in the cold swamps of New England, and sometimes follow along the mountain ridges to the middle or southern states.< Less