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The Gunsmith 399

Author : J. R. Roberts
ISBN : 9780698177970
Genre : Fiction
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BYE-BYE, BABY Clint Adams has always tried to do the right thing. But when he finds a toddler roaming a trail in Wyoming, he makes a choice that leads him down a path toward his toughest challenge yet—and possibly his last. With the child in one hand and his gun near the other, Clint rides into a nearby town, where he finds a mysterious mayor, a sheriff who’s had one hard night too many, and a madam who’d be happy to start a home with the Gunsmith and his precious cargo. But a greedy rancher and his wife are curious about the child as well—and they’re ready to ensure he and Clint take a long dirt nap… OVER 15 MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
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The Gunsmith 398

Author : J. R. Roberts
ISBN : 9780698177963
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CHRONICLE OF A DEATH FORETOLD Trouble is in the cards for Clint Adams when he saunters into a saloon to quench his thirst. After hearing Clint’s name, two shady customers look to improve their standing with their prospector boss, Mr. Torquelan, by greeting the Gunsmith with guns drawn. But they quickly feel the sting of regret… When Clint learns the gruesome twosome were motivated by a local fortune-teller named Madame Giselle, he visits the sultry psychic and discovers that she’s far more interested in the length of his love line than in cutting his life short. But the outlook is no good for Clint if he doesn’t leave town soon—because there’s no predicting what dangers the sinister Mr. Torquelan might unleash. OVER 15 MILLION GUNSMITH BOOKS IN PRINT!
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Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105002106081
Genre : American literature
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The Arts And Architecture Of German Settlements In Missouri

Author : Charles Van Ravenswaay
ISBN : 0826217001
Genre : Architecture
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Many Germans who immigrated to America in the nineteenth century settled in the lower Missouri River valley between St. Charles and Boonville, Missouri. In this magnificent book, which includes some six hundred photographs and drawings, Charles van Ravenswaay examines that immigration—who came, how, and why—and surveys the distinctive Missouri-German architecture, art, and crafts produced in the towns or on the farms of the rural counties of Cooper, Cole, Osage, Gasconade, Franklin, Montgomery, Warren, and St. Charles from the 1830s until the closing years of the century. As the immigrants sought to transplant their native culture to the Missouri backwoods, the compromises they were forced to make with conditions in Missouri produced many fascinating and individualistic structures and objects. They built half-timbered, stone, and brick houses and barns with designs reflecting the traditions of the many German regions from which the builders emigrated. The author's far-reaching study of immigrants' arts and crafts included furniture in traditional peasant designs as well as the Biedermeier and eclectic styles, redware and stoneware pottery, textiles, wood and stone carving, metalwares, firearms, baskets, musical instruments, prints, and paintings and identifies craftsmen working in all of these fields. One chapter is devoted to the objects the immigrants brought with them from the Old World. Added to this new printing of The Arts and Architecture of German Settlements in Missouri is a touching and informative introduction by Adolf E. Schroeder. Schroeder's long friendship with Charles van Ravenswaay allows him to reflect on the vast contributions this author made to our knowledge of Missouri's German culture. Everyone interested in architecture, crafts, or Missouriana will find this book indispensable as they savor van Ravenswaay's excellent presentation of the craftsmen and their products against the background of the aspirations and folkways of a distinctive culture.
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When The Past Refused To Die

Author : William Stevens Powell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105037081077
Genre : Caswell County (N.C.)
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Mehmed The Conqueror And His Time

Author : Franz Babinger
ISBN : 0691010781
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the famous siege of Constantinople in 1453 through the numerous other campaigns that securely established the Ottoman Empire, the events in the life of the emperor Mehmed II are the subject of this classic biography. One of the most important figures in Ottoman history, Mehmed was the architect of victories that inspired fear throughout Europe and contributed to an image of the Turk prevalent in Western art and literature for many years. "Fascinating. . . . From the Western viewpoint, Mehmed was seen as the man who gave the death blow to Byzantium, destroying the last vestige of the Eastern Roman Empire. Not surprisingly, the Turks regard him as the greatest of all sultans, a figure unparalleled in the history of the world for military prowess, statecraft, patronage of the arts and sciences."--Robert Kirsch, The Los Angeles Times Book Review "The definitive scholarly biography of the Ottoman emperor who in 1453 conquered Constantinople. . . . Mehmed's career is a study of battle, murder, and sudden death, of brutality, perfidy, and spite, with no moral superiority awardable to either Christians or Muslims."--The New Yorker
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We Americans

Author : National Geographic Book Service
ISBN : STANFORD:36105039600627
Genre : History
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Illustrates the evolution of American society, from the indigenous peoples, through the colonists, the Civil War, immigrants, and the Depression, to today
Category: History