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Down By The Station

Author : Will Hillenbrand
ISBN : 0152167900
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In this version of a familiar song, baby animals ride to the children's zoo on the zoo train.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Down By The Station

Author : Jennifer Riggs Vetter
ISBN : 9781582462431
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This illustrated version of the traditional song expands and describes more vehicles, different locations, and their unique sounds, from puffer-billies to racecars and rockets.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Down By The Station

Author : A. Twinn
ISBN : 1904550681
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In this version of the classic folk song, illustrations and lyrics describe the many noisy vehicles that can be seen early in the morning down by the station, in a book that features die-cut pages.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Down By The Station

Author : Steven Anderson
ISBN : 9781632902856
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Illustrated version of the traditional song.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Down By The Station

Author : Roberta S. Greenwood
ISBN : 9781938770760
Genre : History
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In 1933, the demolition of the thriving Los Angeles Chinatown for the construction of Union Station sealed the remains of this intact community 14 feet below the railroad tracks. The planning and construction of the Metro Rail subway system five decades later included efforts to preserve and protect cultural resources in the area, detailed in this volume. The assemblage of excavated material objects reflects the import, preparation, and service of food; recreation; health practices; the presence of women and children, rubbish disposal practices; and degree of participation in local social networks. The unprecedented numbers and densities of artifacts illuminate aspects of lifeways not previously recorded, revealing a rich picture of people and life in nineteenth and early twentieth century Los Angeles. Intensive historical research, oral history, and laboratory analyses have been synthesized into a comprehensive reconstruction of a community that was isolated socially, economically, and geographically.
Category: History

Down By The Station

Author : Karen Schmidt
ISBN : 055315575X
Genre : Children's songs
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Down By The Riverside

Author : Jackie Lynn
ISBN : 9781429906876
Genre : Fiction
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When her husband leaves her for a younger woman, Rose Franklin buys a camper and sets off—away from her heartache and anger. She finds herself spending a couple of days in Shady Grove, a camp site along the Mississippi River in West Memphis, Arkansas. While there, a respected and well-liked man in the community seems to commit suicide for no apparent reason. Could it somehow be connected to the ancient slave burial ground that he was researching? As Rose comes to know the characters of this small community she begins to unravel the mystery of why a man loses his faith and the consequences of his loss.
Category: Fiction

Syosset People And Places

Author : John Delin
ISBN : 9781439636282
Genre : Photography
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The hamlet of Syosset, located on Long Island’s North Shore, was settled by the Dutch and English in 1648 and was known as Eastwoods. It was not until 1854, when the Long Island Rail Road named its new stop, that the hamlet was given the name Syosset. The presence of the railroad led to a continued population expansion as local farmers prospered and newcomers discovered and joined the desirable community. By the last half of the 20th century, the excellence of Syosset’s schools drew new residents eager to raise their children around a solid education. Through rare photographs and postcards, Syosset People and Places presents the residents, homes, businesses, and schools that have shaped this historic community.
Category: Photography