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Prism By David Hubbard
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Prism is a tongue-in-check fantasy about an enlightened thinker who has left his home land because he wasn’t appreciated in order to find a civilization somewhere that has a need for his... More > gifts. Simon has heard rumors about a community built in the wilderness up on a hill by a society of people that worked together and shared the fruits of their labor. A truly civilized community that could grasp the message emanating from his soul. He finds Prism full of color and bright people and is sure that he has found his milieu. He also finds, Siran, a woman he falls in love with and who falls in love with him even though he thinks too much.< Less
BAALEN Way By John Helder
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Despite every effort for peace ultimate global conflict unleashed spite filled weapons of such destruction and devastation that wailing was heard in every country on earth. Human society collapsed... More > and clouds that darkened the aftermath skies were not of rain but of flies. Amid the responding sprawl of plants survivors strove to rebuild. Many took to the wilderness rather than live among men reverting to ways still deeply ingrained as their own culture. Pioneering spirit was not quelled and one man’s vision meant that living had to be re-modeled and the idyllic BAALEN Way was born. Limited technologies caused a race to re-establish control and while corruption saw some manoeuvering for political power others simply survived. Tower complexes arose with controlling Primes and Syndicates yet beyond their tentacles of relentless order there were those who knew the true value of freedom and who refused to yield. For their defiance they were ruthlessly hunted and forced to comply or die.< Less
Prism By David Hubbard
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Prism is a tongue-in-check fantasy about an enlightened thinker who has left his home land because he wasn’t appreciated in order to find a civilization somewhere that has a need for his... More > gifts. Simon has heard rumors about a community built in the wilderness up on a hill by a society of people that worked together and shared the fruits of their labor. A truly civilized community that could grasp the message emanating from his soul. He finds Prism full of color and bright people and is sure that he has found his milieu. He also finds, Siran, a woman he falls in love with and who falls in love with him even though he thinks too much.< Less
Cloudburst By Joshua Seidl
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Three cultures, Native American, Euro-American and Metis come together in this 1934-2010 historical fiction. Setting: Great Lakes region, a pristine wilderness community. Dynamic interplay in love... More > and conflicts, the story features Baby boomers in thier formative years. Thisn is the follow up companion to the book, "Hawk Dancer." The Elder prtagonists, Jacob Hawk Dancer (Ojibwe/Norwegian), and Job (Potawatomi)promote conciliation among races and classes of people. They mentor the youth of the 1960s through the Great American Civil Rights movement, American Indian Movement, and the Vietnam war era. The first ever Native American Franciscan Order is established, the Congregation of St. James. The kids come of age in the 70s and continue the work of inculturation, promotion of Indigenous cultures in the Churches and society. Eventualy, they are the elders. They see the passage of the American Indian Freedom of Religion Law, Aug. 11, 1978. Endearing but not soft and cuddly. Exciting, dramatic.< Less
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Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, Fully indexed: 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, fully indexed with 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Fulton, Missouri 1820 - 1920 By Carolyn Paul Branch
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The story of the growth of Fulton, Missouri from a lonely homestead in the wilderness to a thriving small city is captured in rare old photographs from the archives of the Kingdom of Callaway... More > Historical Society and transcribed articles from local newspapers and other contemporary sources. Articles and stories arranged chronologically carry the reader through the lawlessness of a frontier town where every store had a whiskey barrel for customers and the town doctor could walk into a hardware store and shoot the school teacher without any apparent regrets or repercussions. The book covers the upheaval and discord of the Civil War era, including the well-known story of Celia, a Slave, the fast paced changes of the industrial revolution and the Great War that took so many Callaway boys far away from the mule trading capital of the world and introduced them to tanks and flying machines. 326 pages, Fully indexed: 3,450 Fulton and Callaway names.< Less
Looking for a Frontier By Darryl Cole-Christensen
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In 1954, Darryl Cole-Christensen left a comfortable home in Oceanside, California to become one of the first settlers of the Coto Brus region, an almost impenetrable mountainous rain forest on Costa... More > Rica’s southern frontier. He begins the story with his first, difficult journey as a seventeen-year-old through Central America to the remote outpost of San Vito on Costa Rica’s southern frontier. From the adventures of searching for a lost Indian gold mine, to traveling on foot and horse-back though an untracked wilderness, to the grinding challenges and extraordinary rewards of building a farm and life on a frontier, Cole-Christensen recounts a life experience forever closed to most people in Western, urbanized society.< Less
Roughing It By Mark Twain
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The semiautobiographical travel memoir records Twain’s, more or less, personal journey across the Wild West in search of adventure while exploring variable locations. Accompanying his brother... More > on what becomes a trip of a lifetime, the young Samuel Clemens finds himself in many different vocational roles as he explores and observes the magnificence of the American West. Not refraining from the usual social commentary, Twain directs criticism on various social and moral issues which he approaches through his sly and witty style. Presented in a first person narration, Roughing It serves as an instrument allowing a momentary escape from modern society and the chance to experience the true nature of the Wild West, with images of mining, gold prospecting, and the grandeur of untouched wilderness. The novel begins with the young narrator travelling to Nevada to assist his brother Orion Clemens, who has been appointed to a government position, and is required to move west.< Less

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