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Super Turtle By Wilder
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The hard-shelled, ever-smiling superhero who is forever foiling the evil Snake's diabolical plans.
The Wilderness By David Carroll
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The Wilderness is one of the first estates in Talbot County, Maryland. Located on the Choptank River, this book chronicles its history from the first land grant to the current owners, a span of 350... More > years. Located between Oxford and Cambridge, this book details how The Wilderness has adapted to the times since its beginning as a tobacco plantation.< Less
In the Wilderness By Charles Dudley Warner
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From Genesis to Revelation is the first studio album by the British band Genesis. It was released in March 1969 on Decca Records in England (London Records in North America). It was produced by... More > Jonathan King, who discovered them in 1967 while the members of Genesis were pupils at Charterhouse School, King's alma mater. It was reissued in various regions, including the United Kingdom (home country), as In the Beginning (first in 1974) and then part of Decca's Rock Roots repackaging series in 1976 before reverting to original title in recent reissues.Genesis originally consisted of Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, and Anthony Phillips, without a drummer. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/From_Genesis_to_Revelation Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Into the Wilderness By David J. Emmick
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This book completes the story of the Amick family first started in the Book Emig, Emich, Amick, Emmick. This book takes the family from Pendleton County into the Wilderness of Western Virginia and... More > Kentucky and follows the family up to the Civil War. Two lines; Jacob Amick Sr. and John the Miller Amick lines settled on Sewell Mountain and descend from old Henry Amick who fought in the Revolutionary War. Two lines descend from Nicholas Emmick, old Henry Amick’s cousin, who also fought in the revolutionary war. One line was John Nicholas Amick son of Nicholas Emmick and his first wife Catherine Hertzel and he settled on Sewell Mountain; the other line descends from Nicholas Emmick and his second wife Susanna Smith and they settled out in Kentucky. Although the family name has various spellings early on; the families in West Virginia spelled it Amick while the Kentucky families spelled it Emmick.< Less
the wilderness By Daniel Roberts
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Wilderness By Latoya Spears
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This is a magazine for my Computer Graphics class which contains all of the work I have done doing the semester in the class.
Wilderness By Gary Bigelow
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Story without words. Mythological tale.
Wilderness By Gary Bigelow
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Story without words. Mythological tale.
WILDERNESS By Jeffrey Tosh
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The story of finding a personal place against all odds and time.
Celebrate Wilderness 2013 By Society for Wilderness Stewardship
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Thank you for supporting the Society for Wilderness Stewardship! Your purchase of our Celebrate Wilderness 2013 calendar will help the SWS grow in our impact for wilderness lands. This calendar is... More > chock full of beautiful wilderness photos taken by folks like you. Help celebrate the importance of the National Wilderness Preservation System with your purchase. As the only professional organization for wilderness stewardship, our community of professionals shares a strong passion for wilderness and a deeply-rooted sense of the intrinsic value of its benefits. At the Society, we are committed to uniting these communities to explore and address wilderness stewardship issues. Our vision is that the values and benefits of the National Wilderness Preservation System are understood, treasured, and preserved by all people and that stewards of wilderness have the resources to ensure continuation of its benefits. Are you a member yet? Check us out at www.wildernessstewardship.org< Less