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The Lumber River: Environment, Culture and Ecology By Franz X. Bogner & Andrew N. Ash
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The Lumber River is a blackwater coastal stream found in southeastern North Carolina. It meanders through five North Carolina counties on its way to its junction with the Little Pee Dee River in... More > South Carolina. Along its one-hundred-and-thirty-mile course, its exceptionally high quality water flows unimpeded while providing a natural habitat for plants, animals, and people. In a collaborative effort, science educator and photographer Franz Bogner and ecologist Andrew Ash tell the fascinating story of the history and ecological challenges of the Lumber River region. While tracing the geography of the river’s watershed as well as its rich cultural history that includes Native Americans, European settlers, African slaves, and modern inhabitants, Bogner and Ash describe the life that relies on the river’s ecosystem, disclose potential threats, and share interesting facts. Incorporated within the text are captivating photographs that reveal the river’s beauty and diverse occupants that call it home.< Less
The Lumber River: Environment, Culture and Ecology By Franz X. Bogner & Andrew N Ash
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The Lumber River is a blackwater coastal stream found in southeastern North Carolina. It meanders through five North Carolina counties on its way to its junction with the Little Pee Dee River in... More > South Carolina. Along its one-hundred-and-thirty-mile course, its exceptionally high quality water flows unimpeded while providing a natural habitat for plants, animals, and people. In a collaborative effort, science educator and photographer Franz Bogner and ecologist Andrew Ash tell the fascinating story of the history and ecological challenges of the Lumber River region. While tracing the geography of the river’s watershed as well as its rich cultural history that includes Native Americans, European settlers, African slaves, and modern inhabitants, Bogner and Ash describe the life that relies on the river’s ecosystem, disclose potential threats, and share interesting facts. Incorporated within the text are captivating photographs that reveal the river’s beauty and diverse occupants that call it home. .< Less
America 8000 Bce : Ancient American Life ,Culture ,Civilization and Slavery By Gajanan Khirao
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In Ancient time, people from different part of Africa -Asia were migrated to many region of America, They settled their life by hunting animals and developing societies between 8000 Bce to 2000 Bce... More > ago. Some of known early Meso-American societies were Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Toltec and early South American societies were mocha and Inca. Columbus came in search of gold, He and his sailors were slaved Paleo Indians (Native Americans) and killed more than 4 million Native Americans just at the beginning Read this book to know: Why Native Americans were called “Paleo Indians “? Was Columbus really a great man to celebrate " Columbus Day "? Who brought Black African slave into America ? Why Columbus came to America? How Columbus and his sailors slaved & killed Native Americans? Thanks for showing interest in reading my book.< Less
2009 Historically Speaking By David Ray Smith
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2009 Historically Speaking is the fourth annual volume of historical articles published in The Oak Ridger newspaper. Like others in this series, the weekly stories vary from purely historical events... More > to human interest stories such as the "Two Brothers - A World War II Story" that tells of the struggles these brothers had during the war. One of the series of articles included is the amazing story of the "Oak Ridge Bombers" a semi-professional baseball team from Oak Ridge that existed from the time of the Manhattan Project into the 1960's. This was a proud group of African American men! The history of R & R Properties is included and Rick Chinn wrote the Foreword for the book. The history and some of the unusual events held at the University of Tennessee's Arboretum is included. Finally the history of the Comparative Animal Research Laboratory is also featured. I was pleased to capture these details of Oak Ridge history and am glad to bring them to you in this annual book form.< Less
2009 Historically Speaking By David Ray Smith
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2009 Historically Speaking is the fourth annual volume of historical articles published in The Oak Ridger newspaper. Like others in this series, the weekly stories vary from purely historical events... More > to human interest stories such as the "Two Brothers - A World War II Story" that tells of the struggles these brothers had during the war. One of the series of articles included is the amazing story of the "Oak Ridge Bombers" a semi-professional baseball team from Oak Ridge that existed from the time of the Manhattan Project into the 1960's. This was a proud group of African American men! The history of R & R Properties is included and Rick Chinn wrote the Foreword for the book. The history and some of the unusual events held at the University of Tennessee's Arboretum is included. Finally the history of the Comparative Animal Research Laboratory is also featured. I was pleased to capture these details of Oak Ridge history and am glad to bring them to you in this annual book form.< Less
Some Kind Of Love By Teejay LeCapois
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Follow the lives of several interracial couples navigating a treacherous world in search of a lasting connection. Conservative student Sasha Thompson and Liberal activist Taylor Brown clash during an... More > animated class discussion on Black Lives Matter at Carleton University...and later hook up. Calgary-born redneck Tatiana Benton gets the gig of a lifetime as a staffer with the Canadian Consulate in Boston...and finds herself attracted to hunky African American attorney Trevor Rodgers. Haitian security guard Stevenson Lafontant and feisty Canadian tomboy Eliza Doherty connect at Walmart. A timely anthology on love and the state of race relations. Bisexual adventurer Stevenson Moor, his lover Lucien and the sexy Mistress Tatiana explore kink together.< Less
The Other - without fear, favour or prejudice By Chris Greenland
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The book comprises a story, told by a High Court judge, spanning the southern African region during momentous change. Zimbabwe, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa, in particular, underwent... More > revolutionary change as their people were liberated from the yoke of oppression.It is a very unique biography, intriguing, fascinating, keeping the reader enthralled. The beauty and magic that is Africa is an ever present backdrop and its animals are the stars. There is also notable human drama, especially in the justice system.A plethora of real issues arise. Political correctness is discarded as “inconvenient truths” and “convenient untruths” are thrown up for keen consideration. Racism, ethnicity, xenophobia, human rights, systemic corruption, functional integrity, patronage, justice and their subsets such as capital punishment, rape, infanticide, hypocrisy, affirmative action and systemic alienation are brought into focus on account of real life experiences.< Less
All The Big Ones Are Dead By Christopher A. Gray & Howard E. Carson
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“In All the Big Ones are Dead by the talented writing team of Christopher A. Gray and Howard E. Carson, the seedy underworld linked to the illegal animal trade is exposed in brilliant and... More > disturbing detail a polished and powerful international thriller.” −SP Review The trade in illegal elephant ivory and rhino horn is the tip of an iceberg made of money used to finance terrorism. CIA officer Michael Bishop is one of a cast of sharply etched characters in a story that takes readers from the African poaching grounds deep in the interior of Cameroon, through the rough, narrow and dangerous old streets of Marseille, to the seething streets of New York City. Bishop is the one man who is prepared to follow the money trail at all costs to bring the worst kinds of criminals and terrorist networks to account. Bishop confronts some of the worst villains ever created for the modern thriller. The end game is about life and death, and a behind-the-scenes battle for freedom.< Less
A Town Without Pity and other traveller's tales. By Robert Findlay
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24 of the best travel stories you've ever read! The kind of travel adventures you'll pray you'll never have yourself. South Africa and Lesotho, Canada and America, Tonga and Fiji, Wallis and... More > Futuna, England and France, the Cape Verde Islands and Malaysia, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic; all parts of the world present the author with the opportunity to bumble from crisis to crisis, fighting strangers, animals and local bureaucracy across the globe whilst exploring both well known and little known corners of the world. One hundred and twenty countries, seven civil wars and two gun shot wounds later and I couldn't give a hoot if I never fight a dog, get assaulted by machete wielding maniacs, get horrible diseases, get stuck in the Yukon, get lost, go 27 hours on an African bus, herd cattle through a campsite or eat gorilla's hand and rice ever again! Read on... ....or check out the website www.geocities.com/travelyarns< Less
A Town Without Pity and other traveller's tales. By Robert Findlay
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24 of the best travel stories you've ever read! The kind of travel adventures you'll pray you'll never have yourself. South Africa and Lesotho, Canada and America, Tonga and Fiji, Wallis and... More > Futuna, England and France, the Cape Verde Islands and Malaysia, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic; all parts of the world present the author with the opportunity to bumble from crisis to crisis, fighting strangers, animals and local bureaucracy across the globe whilst exploring both well known and little known corners of the world. One hundred and twenty countries, seven civil wars and two gun shot wounds later and I couldn't give a hoot if I never fight a dog, get assaulted by machete wielding maniacs, get horrible diseases, get stuck in the Yukon, get lost, go 27 hours on an African bus, herd cattle through a campsite or eat gorilla's hand and rice ever again! Read on... ....or check out the website www.geocities.com/travelyarns< Less

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