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Adventurers of the Far North (Illustrated) By Stephen Leacock
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Adventurers Of The Far North A Chronicle Of The Frozen Seas which begins with the Elizabethan age moves onto Hearne's and Davis and Mackenzie. Covering the Great Hudson Bay Trading company. Finally... More > it culminates with the tragic tale of John Franklin and the subsequent rescue attempts.< Less
Diary from the Far North By Kim Senger
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A revealing account of an extraordinary 6-week voyage through the wilderness of eastern and western Greenland. Written directly "on-the-trail", this book brings personal impressions from... More > coastlines so remote that even the polar bears avoid them.< Less
Diary from the Far North By Kim Senger
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A revealing account of an extraordinary 6-week voyage through the wilderness of eastern and western Greenland. Written directly "on-the-trail", this book brings personal impressions from... More > coastlines so remote that even the polar bears avoid them.< Less
Far North Novel Study Guide By Frances and David Stanford
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This novel study guide contains teaching suggestions, comprehension questions and vocabulary for every chapter of the novel Far North. There are 10 activities each for Creative Writing, Word Study,... More > Integrated Studies, Grammar and Research, as well as the answers.< Less
North, East and Far East in 2007 By Helen Baker
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Three visits made in 2007 to Tallinn in Estonia in the January snow, to Bucharest and the Danube Delta in the Spring, and to Nagoya in Japan in the Autumn.
North, East and Far East in 2007 By Helen Baker
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Three visits made in 2007 to Tallinn in Estonia in the January snow, to Bucharest and the Danube Delta in the Spring, and to Nagoya in Japan in the Autumn.
North Africa By Laurie McAndish King
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Travel journal (124 pages) from autumn 2007 High Country Passage cruise from Malta to Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. Great photos of local people and exceptional archaeological sites including Leptis... More > Magna, Cyrene, Sabratha, and Apollonia. Some lecture notes included. Reader favorite: "There aren't enough superlatives to express what a fantastic job you did. Your photos are excellent and so much more far-reaching than what we were able to get." "What a fabulous journal of the trip! Thank you for sharing this -- your images are incredible!" "The book is beautiful! Pics are splendid and narrative is informative not overpowering, evocative not gushing. Bravo!"< Less
North Africa By Laurie McAndish King
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Travel journal (124 pages) from autumn 2007 High Country Passage cruise from Malta to Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt. Great photos of local people and exceptional archaeological sites including Leptis... More > Magna, Cyrene, Sabratha, and Apollonia. Some lecture notes included. Reader favorite: "There aren't enough superlatives to express what a fantastic job you did. Your photos are excellent and so much more far-reaching than what we were able to get." "What a fabulous journal of the trip! Thank you for sharing this -- your images are incredible!" "The book is beautiful! Pics are splendid and narrative is informative not overpowering, evocative not gushing. Bravo!"< Less
A Bridge Not Far By Andrew Hipson
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A Photographic journey through the North Down countryside Bangor to Holywood
The Ryan Road: From Counties Wexford and Galway to New York and Far North Queensland By Nancy Ryan Celleri, John Keith MacLeod
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The common man of our forbears' day knew little in the way of comfort. They were often forced to relinquish the only comfort afforded them-that which was familiar. They turned adversity into... More > opportunity,if not for themselves then for those who would follow. Many were herded like cattle into the hulls of schooners. All were glad for the promise of work in order to fill their empty stomachs, if not their souls. As hours gave way to years, did they close their eyes and envision the place where the cool breeze had kissed their cheeks? Did they try to fill their nostrils with the aroma of burning peat, offering them the warmth of their long-gone mother's arms? Were their matured brains ever able to exorcise the phantoms of the Famine? This is the story of John and Sarah O'Flaherty Ryan and of their descendants who defended their respective countries during both World Wars.< Less