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Midwest Refractions By Jay Scott Diers
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Boys from Iowa and the Midwest grow tall, burly, and handsome in a way only Midwest boys can. Jay uses models (some professional, some amateur) to transport the viewer to the "Midwest" of... More > innocence, purity, and the wholesomeness for which Middle America is known. It is the artist's desire to portray the Midwest as a unique place where one can find men doing farm chores during the day and going to a rave at night. A place that, with the Midwest stamp on it, gives you the boy next door who scores the touchdown, dates the prom queen (though is secretly in love with the tight end) and has a heart bigger than the whole state.< Less
West Of Midwest By Vincent Giasolli
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Travel across America in an RV with a teenager, 2 pre-teens, a couple, and the kids grandmother. Traveling by RV proved to be less expensive than getting hotels, and it made the vacation very... More > enjoyable. In fact, the RV gave everyone the opportunity to use the travel time creatively. Can you imagine a vacation by car where you only hear, "Are we there yet?", a few times in 2 weeks... and where stopping to use the restroom is not a problem since there's one on board. This travel journal includes hand written pages from the diary written while traveling, as well as hints to help when planning to travel by RV. Learn facts and physics about the Yellowstone basin and discover fun things to do when traveling with young explorers. Discover ghost stories, history, and many hidden treasures. A guide to family traveling - while discovering family heritage. If you are interested in having a travel journal created from your vacation photos, contact Vinci Enterprises at (559) 677-7737.< Less
A Father-and-Son Bicycle Trip Through the Midwest By Edward Plueddemann
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In the summer of 1942, William Plueddemann and his father, Edward Plueddemann, took a nine-day bicycle trip from Norwood, Ohio, outside of Cincinnati, through Indiana and Kentucky, and back to... More > Norwood. Edward wrote about their entire trip, typing on leather bound scrapbook pages. The account is rounded out with the postcards they mailed home, accompanied by the messages retyped beneath the images. The scrapbook includes brochures and maps of state and national parks, and a hand-drawn map of their route. This book reproduces the scrapbook, including all of Edward's writing and most of the postcards and brochures. "A Father-and-Son Bicycle Trip Through the Midwest" is a nostalgic picture of America's home front during World War II.< Less
Clueless in America By Kelvin Fowler
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‘Twas 2008 when God blessed us with a trip to the USA, euphemistically known as America. What is that about, ‘one nation under God’ claiming the name of a whole continent as its... More > very own? I learned on this trip that America was full of anomalies. Don’t get me wrong, I survived it, loved it and ate too much. But as the fat faded from my belly, the juxtapositions trampolining in my brain just would not rest and I mean would not rest. I was tormented with such questions as ‘why is the mid-west neither in the middle nor the west?’ The great American phenomenon of therapy was needed. Hence ‘Clueless in America’, my self-medication, came into creation.< Less
Microbreweries in America: A Guide to Microbreweries, Microbrews, Types of Beer, and a Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing Beer By Nathanial Greene, Malibu Publishing
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Brewed on every continent around the world and enjoyed in every nation, beer can quench every type of thirst and go down as easily as spring water to thick, heady concoctions that resemble that of... More > the thickest oatmeal. Just as the gourmet blends have conquered a large portion of the coffee business, handcrafted brews continue to keep a firm hold on the most serious of beer drinkers. There are hundreds of thousands of brews out there, which are sure to please even the hardest to please. When it comes to the gourmet types of microbrews, there are some things to keep in mind. If you are new to microbrews and gourmet types, you'll find the information in this ebook to be very beneficial.< Less
The Fort Dearborn Massacre and the Birth of Chicago By James Alton James, Nelly Kinzie Gordon, Linai T. Helm
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The present-day Midwest American city of Chicago was, at the time of its founding in the early 1800s, on the extreme western frontier of the then expanding United States of America. As such, it was... More > on the frontline of the great race war between Europeans and American Indians—and as this book powerfully demonstrates, became symbolic of that bloody and brutal conflict. The first major construction in the city was the large timber-framed Fort Dearborn—and it was just outside this fort in 1812 that dozens of men, women, and children were massacred by Indian attackers. The original fort was razed, and all the whites driven out, only to return later in even larger numbers and re-establish the settlement which became America’s second largest city. This work contains three parts: an overview of the development of Chicago from its earliest times; a compilation of documents which include an eyewitness account from a soldier survivor, Linai T. Helm; and other important papers which give insight into these events.< Less
The Fort Dearborn Massacre and the Birth of Chicago By James Alton James, Nelly Kinzie Gordon, Linai T. Helm
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The present-day Midwest American city of Chicago was, at the time of its founding in the early 1800s, on the extreme western frontier of the then expanding United States of America. As such, it was... More > on the frontline of the great race war between Europeans and American Indians—and as this book powerfully demonstrates, became symbolic of that bloody and brutal conflict. The first major construction in the city was the large timber-framed Fort Dearborn—and it was just outside this fort in 1812 that dozens of men, women, and children were massacred by Indian attackers. The original fort was razed, and all the whites driven out, only to return later in even larger numbers and re-establish the settlement which became America’s second largest city. This work contains three parts: an overview of the development of Chicago from its earliest times; a compilation of documents which include an eyewitness account from a soldier survivor, Linai T. Helm; and other important papers which give insight into these events.< Less
ULTRAMEGAPRAIRIELAND: Poems By Elisabeth Workman
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Once upon a time, ancient glaciers oozed light through the general living room of America, scraping the terrain into the sweeping prairies of the Midwest, a superlatively grassy expanse in which... More > American bison cavorted with dangerous electric fish-goats and no one got hurt. That was a long time ago. Then one day we woke up and it was everywhere: ULTRAMEGAPRAIRELAND. Referentially crammed and brimming with cultural bling, the poems in ULTRAMEGAPRAIRIELAND range from forlorn to flipped out, citing and subverting far-flung sources high, holy, and WTF. "I wrote all of the poems after moving back to the Midwest from the Middle East," explains Workman. "They are all somehow symptomatic of my inability to adjust, not to the Midwest per se, but just in general. Surviving the Midwest is all about juxtaposition." Elisabeth Workman is the author of several chapbooks. This is her first book-length collection. She lives in Minneapolis with designer/typographer Erik Brandt and their daughter.< Less
Losing Magnolia By Michelle Kaye
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On the last day of their last year of high school, Ty and Erika aren't exactly sure what to do next. Without the conformity of their high school peers to oppose, how will they manage to define... More > themselves? Ty suggests they go on a road trip in pursuit of his ex-girlfriend, who happens to be the girl Erika secretly loves: Magnolia, The One Who Got Away. Expecting to experience a taste of real America as they journey, the teens are disappointed to find dozens of the same diners, hundreds of identical gas stations and the eerie feeling that nothing is unique. Even in such a desolate landscape, Ty and Erika come face to face with charismatic individuality, such as a slam poet named Savannah Blue, owner of The World's Only Ceramic Hand Museum, and a hippie named Oyster, follower of the strange religion of Rimorr. In order to find Magnolia, Ty and Erika must confront some of America's most colorful personalities, find the right Dunkin’ Donuts and, hardest of all, not kill each other along the way.< Less
KADA By Lewis Levite
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The story of KADAHILLMEA, the great Indian Chief that declared that he was more powerful than the gods of his people. And maybe he was. A team of university archaeologists travel to South... More > Dakota to find the burial chamber of an ancient and almost forgotten Chief who achieved power beyond all imagination.< Less