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Henry Hikes To Fitchburg

Author : D.B. Johnson
ISBN : 0547531206
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Inspired by a passage from Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, the wonderfully appealing Henry Hikes to Fitchburg follows two friends who have very different approaches to life. When the two agree to meet one evening in Fitchburg, which is thirty miles away, each decides to get there in his own way, and the two have surprisingly different days.

People And Things From The Blount County Alabama News Dispatch 1890 1903

Author : Robin Sterling
ISBN : 9781304247445
Genre : American newspapers
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Three Bears Of The Pacific Northwest

Author : Marcia Vaughan
ISBN : 1570616841
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Black Bear, Brown Bear, and other creatures help Blue Bear, a stuffed teddy, to search for the "silver box with wheels" where his boy lives, showing him Pacific Northwest forests, seas, and skies along the way.

Buried In The Heart

Author : M. E. Harrington
ISBN : 1452536570
Genre : Fiction
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In 1898, an Englishman vanishes without a trace in the French Pyrenees. Five years later, he suddenly re-appears, walking into a small mountain village, wearing the same clothes and looking the same as the day he disappeared. The only difference is the ring he wears on his finger, a ring which bears a cryptic clue to his long absence. Ninety years later, the ring is the cherished possession of Danny Davis, an American photojournalist. In London to interview the members of a popular rock-and-roll band, she does not realize that one Englishman will stop at nothing to recover the ring and the secret it holds. When Geremy Hawker, lead singer for the Mystic Celts, arrives for the first segment of the interview, he finds Danny’s flat in a shambles and himself cast as her rescuer when he thwarts a kidnapping attempt. As they work together to unravel the mystery of the ring, they begin a dangerous journey that leads them to the French Pyrenees and the mysterious Cave of the Blue Light. In the process of discovering the cave’s surprising secret, they are forced to confront their own long-buried secrets of the heart.

Nature And Culture

Author : Barbara Novak
ISBN : 9780195305869
Genre : Art
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In this illustrated volume, including a number of stunning color prints, the author explains that for fifty extraordinary years, American society bestowed in the idea of Nature its most cherished ideals. Between 1825 and 1875 all kinds of Americans, artists, writers, scientists, as well as everyday citizens, believed that God in Nature could resolve human contradictions, and that nature itself confirmed the American destiny. During these years Nature, God, and Man converged to become a trinity, and it was through the landscape painters, the leaders of this intellectual movement, that the nation was reminded of divine benevolence "by keeping before their eyes the mountains, trees, forests, and lakes." Using diaries and letters of the artists as well as quotes from literary texts, journals, and periodicals, the author illuminates the range of ideas projected on to the American landscape by painters such as Thomas Cole, Albert Bierstadt, Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, Fitz Hugh Lane, and Martin J. Heade, and writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, William Wordsworth, Theodore Rousseau, and Frederich Wilhelm Schelling. Adding a new dimension to the discussion of nature's influence on the American mind, she explains how religion, philosophy, science, and literatrue served as the support system for the idea of God in Nature. She shows that the idea of nature as a national vested interest was invaluable to a young expanding nation, but ultimately this essentially monolithic view collapsed from within, undermined by the Civil War, Darwinism, and a burgeoning technological landscape. Taking American landscape painting in its golden era as a product of society, she examines the cultural background of paintings as an index to their intrinsic meaning. She explains, for example, how new discoveries in science were made consonant with Deity, how religion itself permeated nature with the idea of Creation, and how the landscape artists were given the task of providing the images of nature that became the national iconography. She goes on to demonstrate how American landscapists, handling rocks, clouds, plants, and other natural elements, paralleled and diverged from scientific developments, and also how the landscapists who accompanied explorers on their westward expeditions related to their scientific colleagues. With a new introduction, this volume encompasses a vast cultural panorama. It demonstrates how the influence of the nature served, not only as a vehicle for artistic creation, but as its ideal form.

Laughter In The Mountains

Author : Mountain
ISBN : 9781468501469
Genre : History
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This book is a celebration of life. Its astonishing view is from the perspective of someone living a simple, isolated life in the Rocky Mountains as a "mountain man." Sylvan Ambrose Hart was born in the Oklahoma Territory in 1906. In the 1930's, while still a young man, he walked into the Rocky Mountains and designed a unique life for himself in the wilds - hunting, fishing, trapping, panning gold, crafting his own tools, weapons, shelter, and clothes. For almost fifty years he lived the life of a reclusive mountain man --eventually gaining national fame as "Buckskin Bill, Last of the Mountain Men." In 1973 another young man, studying philosophy in a private college back east, found that he could no longer abide being shackled by the conventional wisdoms of our culture. To the dismay of all who knew and loved him, he dropped out of college and headed for the mountains. He caught a train cross-country to Montana, then hopped a bus southbound skirting the Rocky Mountains. At one point he simply stepped off the bus and walked into the mountains with only a backpack, machete, and knife (no food or gun) determined to learn what the mountains offered to teach --or die trying. After a few months of eating rattlesnakes, ants and field mice, this struggling newcomer to the mountains (the author) discovered the now old and grizzled "mountain man" living not only successfully but quite flamboyantly in the depths of the Rocky Mountain wilderness on the "River of No Return." Buckskin was an extraordinary man. Anyone who ever met him walked away with stories and memories to be cherished for a lifetime. Here are my favorite memories of the Last of the Mountain Men.

Proceedings Of The Pmr Conference

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ISBN : UCAL:B3947631
Genre : Church history
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