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The Hunt

Author : Chuck Wendig
ISBN : 1503953394
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It s Atlanta s senior year of high school, and she is officially infamous. Not only has she saved herself from a predator, brought down an untouchable dogfighting ring, and battled a pack of high-school bullies, but she s also proclaimed to the Internet her willingness to fight for anyone who needs help. And Atlanta can t believe what s coming out of the woodwork. From an old friend to a troop of troubled girls with connections to a local fracking company, there s definitely fire in the water. As always, the girl with the unforgettable name is not afraid to burn it all down if it means making things right. But as high school races toward its inevitable end and the hornets begin to swarm from all directions, Atlanta must decide how much of herself and her growing group of friends she is willing to risk before it s too late."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Chasing King S Killer The Hunt For Martin Luther King Jr S Assassin

Author : James L. Swanson
ISBN : 9780545723343
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An astonishing account of the assassination of America's most beloved and celebrated civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, by NY Times bestselling author, James L. Swanson.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Westminster Diary Volume 2

Author : Bernard Donoughue
ISBN : 9781786732682
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 88.64 MB
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As New Labour's first period of government picks up steam, we find Bernard Donoughue working as a minister at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Food. In this, the second volume of Donoughue's House of Lords diaries, he chronicles his experiences - often frustrating, often hilarious - serving in the early years of Blair's government, as he attempts to modernise MAFF by expanding its interests more broadly in rural affairs. It outlines Donoughue's role in the EU's agricultural policy, including as the UK minister at the Agriculture Council as well as his unofficial role in the lead-up to the Good Friday agreement. As with all Donoughue's diaries, the book sheds a spotlight on the daily trials and tribulations of life in Westminster, told with trademark waspish wit, insight and humour.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Total Burn Care E Book

Author : David N. Herndon
ISBN : 9781455737970
Genre : Medical
File Size : 47.33 MB
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Total Burn Care guides you in providing optimal burn care and maximizing recovery, from resuscitation through reconstruction to rehabilitation! Using an integrated, "team" approach, leading authority David N. Herndon, MD, FACS helps you meet the clinical, physical, psychological, and social needs of every patient. With Total Burn Care, you'll offer effective burn management every step of the way! Effectively manage burn patients from their initial presentation through long-term rehabilitation. Devise successful integrated treatment programs for different groups of patients, such as elderly and pediatric patients. Browse the complete contents of Total Burn Care online and download images, tables, figures, PowerPoint presentations, procedural videos, and more at www.expertconsult.com! Decrease mortality from massive burns by applying the latest advances in resuscitation, infection control, early coverage of the burn, and management of smoke inhalation and injury. Enhance burn patients' reintegration into society through expanded sections on reconstructive surgery (with an emphasis on early reconstruction), rehabilitation, occupational and physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and ventilator management.
Category: Medical

Veiled Visions

Author : David Fort Godshalk
ISBN : 0807856266
Genre : History
File Size : 81.88 MB
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Placing the four-day riot in a broader narrative of twentieth-century race relations in Atlanta, in the South, and in the United States, the author examines the riot's origins and how memories of this cataclysmic event that resulted in at least twenty-five black fatalities shaped black and white social and political life for decades. Simultaneous.
Category: History

Georgia Women

Author : Kathleen Ann Clark
ISBN : 9780820337852
Genre : BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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Second editor for v. 2: Kathleen Ann Clark.
Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Atlanta Burns

Author : Chuck Wendig
ISBN : 1477827102
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 79.40 MB
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When Atlanta Burns saves a pair of teens from bullies, another teen ends up dead by an apparent suicide, while Atlanta hopes to avoid further trouble by investigating the killing of a local dog, which leads her to more bullies associated with a dogfighting ring.
Category: Fiction

Breaking The Confederacy

Author : Jack H. Lepa
ISBN : 0786421789
Genre : History
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"Making extensive use of materials both contemporary and modern, including letters, diaries, memoirs and histories, the author presents a detailed narrative of the locales, conditions, personnel, strategies, tactics, battles and skirmishes as Sherman's forces fought their way from Chattanooga to Atlanta and then made their famous march to the sea, destroying all resources along the way"--Provided by publisher.
Category: History

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020396526
Genre : American periodicals
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Black Politics In New Deal Atlanta

Author : Karen Ferguson
ISBN : 9780807860144
Genre : Social Science
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When Franklin Roosevelt was elected president in 1932, Atlanta had the South's largest population of college-educated African Americans. The dictates of Jim Crow meant that these men and women were almost entirely excluded from public life, but as Karen Ferguson demonstrates, Roosevelt's New Deal opened unprecedented opportunities for black Atlantans struggling to achieve full citizenship. Black reformers, often working within federal agencies as social workers and administrators, saw the inclusion of African Americans in New Deal social welfare programs as a chance to prepare black Atlantans to take their rightful place in the political and social mainstream. They also worked to build a constituency they could mobilize for civil rights, in the process facilitating a shift from elite reform to the mass mobilization that marked the postwar black freedom struggle. Although these reformers' efforts were an essential prelude to civil rights activism, Ferguson argues that they also had lasting negative repercussions, embedded as they were in the politics of respectability. By attempting to impose bourgeois behavioral standards on the black community, elite reformers stratified it into those they determined deserving to participate in federal social welfare programs and those they consigned to remain at the margins of civic life.
Category: Social Science