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A Pictorial Early History of the Wood River Valley By Sandra Hofferber
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A general interest history of the Wood River Valley and the surrounding area.
A Pictorial Early History of the Wood River Valley By Sandra Hofferber
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A brief overview of the history of the Wood River Valley in Idaho for those who are visiting or school groups studying it for the first time. Profiles of early settlers, First Nations, Chinese,... More > missionaries, living conditions, occupations, early resorts, mining, sheep ranching, Blaine County, Alturas County, Oregon Trail, homesteading, Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue, Oral Histories, Maps, brochures, scrapbooks, photographs, newspapers, Martyn Mallory, Eugene Antz, Union Pacific, Edith Ellis Hyde, Dot Allen, Lucile Friedman, Jack Lane, Charlotte Rice, Julian Newman, Mary Brown, Ester Price Fairman, Annie I Miller, Harris, timeline, indexed,< Less
Wild Wood Bison (NWT, Canada) By Ian R. Forsyth
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Free-roaming herds of wild wood bison are given sanctuary in four separate regions of Canada's Northwest Territories. Three of these are accessible by road, so northern visitors are often treated to... More > sightings of these magnificent animals. Pictured here are members of the Wood Buffalo National Park, Mackenzie Sanctuary, and Liard River Valley herds. (July 2009)< Less
Antiquities of the State of New York By Ephraim George Squier
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Ephraim George Squier (June 17, 1821 – April 17, 1888) was an American archaeologist and newspaper editor. Being the results of extensive original surveys and explorations, with a supplement on... More > the antiquities of the West. Illustrated by forteen plates and eighty engraving on wood. The investigations, the results of which are embodied in the following pages, were undertaken in the autumn of 1848, under the joint auspices of the Historical Society of New York, and the Smithsonian Institution of Washington.< Less
Down Country Roads 2011 By j.e. thorne
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Profit from sales of this calendar go to students at Valley High School Travel Club (Science). They are fundraising, so that they may experience the Costa Rican rainforest in April, 2011.... More > Photographs were taken around the countryside in West Virginia by one of the Valley science teachers. Thank you in advance for your support of our educational mission.< Less
Talcott Taylor By William Shambaugh
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A powerful adventure novel set in late 1600s on the American frontier. Carole Browne brought her three children by canoe to a cabin home in the wilderness off the Susquehanna River.A raiding party of... More > Iroquois swept through the cabin and brained her youngest daughter and took her and her oldest daughter as prisoners into the woods headed back upriver to a Seneca town. Talcott Taylor, a solitary hunter, ambushed the raiding party and freed Carole, but one of the Iroquois got a canoe, seized her daughter, Rachel, and was gone. Talcott promised Carole he would go deep into Iroquois country and bring Rachel home.< Less
Talcott Taylor By William Shambaugh
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Carole Browne brought her three children by canoe to a cabin home off the Susquehanna River in the late 1600s. A raiding party of Iroquois warriors swept across the clearing, brained her youngest... More > daughter and took her and her oldest daughter back through the woods to head upriver to a Seneca town. Talcott Taylor, a solitary hunter, ambushed the raiding party at the river, got Carole free, but her daughter, Rachel, was gone. Talcott promised Carole he would go bring Rachel home. He joined a Dutch party headed from to Fort Orange. The party was headed by Jacob Steen, In the large canoe was Paul Joffre, a Jesuit priest and Brenda Monday, a woman determined to join a French general in Montreal. Jacob Steen counted on Talcott to get him back down the Hudson. Carole Browne counted on him to get her daughter back home. Brenda Monday counted on him to get her off the platform the Iroquois had bound her to with fires burning. He picked up his long rifle and believed he could get it all done.< Less
Must See Kanchanaburi Thailand By Thailand Government
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Kanchanaburi is Thailand’s third-largest province, stretching far west of the border with Myanmar. The province boasts of some of the country’s most beautiful waterfalls and caves, as... More > well as the historic bridge over the River Kwai. The hills and valleys are scattered with intriguing temples, historical sites, and the lush, wooded landscapes are ideal for cycling, trekking, and raft trips.< Less
History of Jelm, Wyoming, Vol. 1 By Keith Jones
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This is a comprehensive local history of Jelm and The Big Laramie Valley, Wyoming, with a chronological story from 1865 through about 1930, including maps, photos, reminiscences, newspaper clippings... More > and other items, with extensive indexing. It includes the true story of "The Cummins City Caper", wherein one John Cummins created a false gold rush to the area, as well as the story of the creation of Woods Landing. Color cover and Black & White interior. A companion (59 pp.) volume contains miscellaneous records, letters, stories and recollections. By separate FB request, you may also receive a DVD of "Man From Painted Post" (filmed at Jelm) and a copy of "He Lives Again", by Conrad Hansen, a short story telling of the restoration of a Model T, from the vantage point of the Model T.< Less
Beyond Legend By Amanda Grace
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Deep in the Ozark Mountains, roaming freely along steep rocky ridges and through densely wooded valleys, lingering amongst the sycamore trees and gathering at the edge of crystal clear rivers and... More > streams are the last of the wild horse herds in Missouri. These horses have been beloved and embraced by both locals and tourist alike for nearly fifty years. Their presence gives us a true sense of awe and wonderment that we can hardly understand.< Less