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A Harsh & Bitter Lady: The Collected Writings of Lorain Amherst By Lorain Amherst
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This book is a collection of pieces from staff writer for Culture Asylum Magazine, Lorain Amherst. Each piece is a bitter social commentary or some type of harsh advice. This book is not for the... More > easily offended or sensitive.< Less
UMass Amherst Master of Architecture Thesis 2014 By Kathleen Lugosch
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This publication features thesis projects presented in April 2014 by the UMass Amherst Master of Architecture class of 2014.
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE THESIS 2013: Architecture + Design at the University of Massachusetts Amherst By Kathleen Lugosch
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The University of Massachusetts Architecture + Design Program provides an accessible, intellectually rigorous design education that firmly grounds students in the art and science of the built... More > environment. The interdisciplinary, collaborative program’s spirited, socially progressive and environmentally responsive design is reflected in the 2013 Master of Architecture Theses found in this publication. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, the flagship campus of the Massachusetts state system, New England’s first and only public architecture program, offers the only NAAB accredited Master of Architecture degree at a public institution in New England.< Less
Sandstone Center of the World By James Hieb
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The Amherst (Lorain County, Ohio) region has long been known as the "Sandstone Center of the World." Today the Cleveland Quarries Company are one of the leading sandstone quarriers in the... More > nation. This book explores the rich history of quarry life, and the dozens of companies that quarried sandstone in Lorain County during the past 160 years. No place more dramatically portrays man's victory over nature. Includes 140 pictures, maps, and company logos. Additional sandstone & quarry history is available online at www.quarrytown.net< Less
Sandstone Center of the World By James Hieb
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The Amherst (Lorain County, Ohio) region has long been known as the "Sandstone Center of the World." Today the Cleveland Quarries Company are one of the leading sandstone quarriers in the... More > nation. This book explores the rich history of quarry life, and the dozens of companies that quarried sandstone in Lorain County during the past 160 years. No place more dramatically portrays man's victory over nature. Includes 140 pictures, maps, and company logos. Additional sandstone & quarry history is available online at www.quarrytown.net< Less
Neighborwords By Peggy Simmons (editor), Green Windows: Writing Groups
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This is a collection of writing from Green Windows writing workshops in affordable housing complexes in West Oakland, California. All the workshops used the Amherst Writers and Artists workshop... More > method (http://www.amherstwriters.com/). The price of one book is simply the cost to produce the book. If you would like to support our work, you can make a tax-deductible donation to Green Windows: Writing Groups. (http://greenwindowswriters.org)< Less
Smith Heritage Tour By Peggy Smith Wolfe
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This report of our "Smith Heritage Tour" includes color pictures and information about the places and people of the Abraham Smith family of Amherst County, Virginia. Featured are the... More > Virginia land and environs of our most-distant known ancestor Abraham Smith (ca 1725-1806) who was father of Elias, John, and Mary; the memorial stones of his son, John Smith (1754-1841) and John's daughter-in-law Martha Nabors/Neighbors (1792-1822) in a cottonfield near Leighton, Alabama; graves of Abraham's great-great-grandson Abraham (1782-1864) and wife Nancy Ragsdale in Arkansas; Smith Oaks Plantation in Lowndes County, Mississippi; and various scenes from Living History at the Frontier Culture Museum plus other tourist-type activities we pursued on this trip through Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia.< Less
Smith Heritage Tour By Peggy Smith Wolfe
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This report of our "Smith Heritage Tour" includes color pictures and information about the places and people of the Abraham Smith family of Amherst County, Virginia. Featured are the... More > Virginia land and environs of our most-distant known ancestor Abraham Smith (ca 1725-1806) who was father of Elias, John, and Mary; the memorial stones of his son, John Smith (1754-1841) and John's daughter-in-law Martha Nabors/Neighbors (1792-1822) in a cottonfield near Leighton, Alabama; graves of Abraham's great-great-grandson Abraham (1782-1864) and wife Nancy Ragsdale in Arkansas; Smith Oaks Plantation in Lowndes County, Mississippi; and various scenes from Living History at the Frontier Culture Museum plus other tourist-type activities we pursued on this trip through Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia.< Less
Banner Year: Best Foot Forward By Aaron Blodgett
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Banner Year: Best Foot Forward is a collection of original poems by Aaron F. Blodgett that explores the interface of Love, Truth, Beauty and the Divine with the human experiences of poetry, language,... More > and reality.< Less
Dearest Girl of Mine By Toniann Scime
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Kenneth Boulton Thurstone served with the 315th Ammunition Train of the 90th Division of the U.S. Army in World War I. A native of Buffalo who later resided in Amherst, NY, Ken wrote wonderfully... More > detailed letters home from overseas. His descriptions of the life of a young soldier, of a young man in the early part of the twentieth century, are an invaluable resource for historians and researchers. Within these pages, however, there is also a love story, as most of Ken’s missives are written to his fiancée Harriet Jackson. His lovely words of devotion, his charming turns of phrase, and the longing to be reunited with his “dearest girl” gives every line a special and romantic poetry.< Less