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Mount Washington Winter By March 7, 2012
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My adventure hiking Mount Washington in the Winter.
9-12-09 March on Washington By Leisa Sisemore
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This calendar made for those of us who care about freedom. Its for a reminder daily of what Americans accomplished.
John March, The Southerner By George Washington Cable
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Washington's Alpine Beauty 2010 By Chris Pribbernow
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My 2010 collection of some of my finest shots of beautiful alpine mountain scenery in Washington State. Cover: Mt. Rainier from above Panorama Point; Jan: View from below Lundin Pk., near Red Pass;... More > Feb: Colchuck Lk. from near Aasgard Pass; March: Wallace Falls; April: Lupine on Hurricane Hill; May: Wildflowers above Paradise, Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park; June: Lila Lks. Basin; July: Jack Ridge; Aug: Mt. Stuart; Sept: S. Fork Snoqualmie R; Oct: Late afternoon fall colors in Paradise; Nov: Colchuck Pk; Dec: Snow Lk.< Less
Washington's Alpine Beauty 2010, 2nd Edition By Chris Pribbernow
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Another edition of my 2010 collection of some of my finest shots of beautiful alpine mountain scenery in Washington State. Cover: Wildflowers on Silver Pk; Jan: Snow Lk; Feb: View north from Granite... More > Mtn; March: a jagged peak near Colchuck Lk; April: more flowers on Silver Pk; May: ptarmigan on Hurricane Hill; June: Lk. Ingalls and Mt. Stuart; July: scenery near Snow Lk; Aug: Lila Lk; Sept: waterfalls near Source Lk; Oct: fall colors at Colchuck Lk; Nov: sunset on Mt. Rainier; Dec: view from Mt. Pilchuck< Less
Carolina Gold: The March to the American Dream By Walter Rhett
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Rice launched the American Dream before the country was founded. Rice made the South Carolina lowcountry the richest region in the world. Rice was called Carolina Gold and its colonial harvests... More > weighed in the millions of pounds. Hundreds of thousands of Africans designed, built, and worked its fields. It moved more dirt than the Pyramids. If you enjoy history, love great stories, or are naturally curious, follow those involved in its incredible stakes. George Washington. Thomas Jefferson. Henry Laurens. Maggie Black. View photos from the Library of Congress collections of mansions and structures that rice built; historic archival photographs of women pounding rice by hand, following the West African traditions; new photos of 300 year old rice canals. In 4000 words and pictures, “Carolina Gold,” a uniquely designed magazine book by Walter Rhett, is your personal guide into the fascinating heritage of rice.< Less
The Death of Beef By Jonathan Higgins
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The Death of Beef is a page by page history book on the 50 major events in the last 50 years that affected black culture since the Great March on Washington in 1963. The Death of Beef finely outlines... More > a series of social beefs that has slowly broken down, crippled and almost destroyed the spirit of Black America. This Book is brought to you by the mind of J.Higgins and The Nonviolent Media Movement.< Less
The Thirteen Men who help found the United States of America By Robert Joseph Napoli
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This historical compilation is what I consider the thirteen most influential figures that had the most impact on the founding of the United States of America. I would be remise to say these were the... More > only ones that had a part in the march toward independence and the eventually recognition from Great Britain, that ‘We the People’ was something more than just a rebellious act against a mother country. You will also find that one of these thirteen individuals is not considered a founding father by most historians, but has been given credit for being a very important part, as General Washington’s confidant and friend. When I studied Lafayette, I deem in my own estimation, he was as much of a founding father to our Country as all who hold that esteem honor.< Less
The Nonviolent Right To Vote Movement Almanac By Helen L. Bevel
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This book contains the rich history of a people struggling to attain freedom, justice and equality, which is most defined by the Selma, AL Right To Vote Movement. From the shores of Africa to the... More > Americas this book explores the people, through pictures, articles, quotes, poems, timelines and more. Providing the history of nonviolence as applied to the Selma Movement from the unique perspective of the strategist and nonviolent scientist James L. Bevel.< Less
Machine By Trent McGugin
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The Design Thinking book of Trent McGugin, M.Arch candidate at Washington University in St. Louis