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The Columbia By Samuel Christopher Lancaster
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America's Great highway through the Cascade Mountains to the sea. With twenty-six plates and other illustrations. CONTENTS: Formation of the Cascades and Sierra Nevada Ranges -- Formation of the... More > Columbia River and the Gorge -- Early Life in the Columbia River Basin -- The Fur Traders -- Early Missionaries -- Life at Fort Vancouver -- The Struggle to Posses the Land -- Transportation on the Columbia -- The Columbia River Highway -- The Bees-Wax Ship -- Whitman Massacre -- Flatheads -- Indians and River Called Multnomah -- Indian Beads and Mediums of Exchange -- Coinage of Gold into Beaver Money -- Chief Joseph of the Nez Pierce.< Less
APP / T6 - SP 09- color By Columbia Malaquais
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Collection of student articles produced by the collaboration between Columbia University and Paris Malaquais in the Spring of 2009
APP / T6 - SP 09 By Columbia Malaquais
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APP / T6 - SP 09- color By Columbia Malaquais
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Collection of student articles produced by the collaboration between Columbia University and Paris Malaquais in the Spring of 2009
Through Writers' Eyes: CWOP Anthology 2011 By Columbia CWOP
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The 2011 Columbia High CWOP Anthology!
Calendar of the Soul By Free Columbia
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Translations of the original German Calendar of the Soul verses by Rudolf Steiner, in English, Flemish, French, Russian, Scotts and Spanish, with accompanying art exercises drawn from Laura Summer's... More > book, 52 Weeks.< Less
Mumbai Dharavi: Scenarios for Development By Columbia University
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Often called Asia´s largest slum, Dharavi is a vibrant community of approximately 700,000 people located in the heart of Mumbai, India´s commercial capital. The Urban Design Studio 2009... More > spent an intensive week working closely with the community in Dharavi, trying to understand the issues involved from the point of view of the residents as well as the entire city. The studio then conducted further research and developed possible development scenarios. Community leaders and activists from Dharavi as well as experts from New York came to the studio to provide feedback. The results of this work are presented in this publication with the hope of contributing to the dialogue about critical issues in informal settlements today.< Less
Between the Wet Folds By Tia Columbia
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The Columbia River By William Denison Lyman
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Its history, its myths, its scenery, its commerce. With 80 illustrations and a map. As one of the American Waterways series, this volume is designed to be a history and description of the Columbia... More > River. The author has sought to convey to his reader a lively sense of the romance, the heroism, and the adventure which belong to this great stream and the parts of the North-west about it, and he has aimed to breathe into his narrative something of the spirit and sentiment — a spirit and sentiment more easily recognised than analysed — which we call "Western." With this end in view, his treatment of the subject has been general rather than detailed, and popular rather than recondite. While he has spared no pains to secure historical accuracy, he has not made it a leading aim to settle controverted points, or to present the minutiae of historical research and criticism. In short, the book is rather for the general reader than for the specialist.< Less