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Lost Lake Charles

Author : Adley Cormier
ISBN : 9781439661109
Genre : Photography
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Fires, hurricanes, neglect and progress erased much of Lake Charless physical history. The young town was a magnet for pirates and privateers, like the infamous Jean Lafitte, who conducted business at the mouth of what is today called the Contraband Bayou. Michigan Men, creoles and cowboys made their way to the fledgling Louisiana town to start new lives. A great lumber industry shaped the town in the nineteenth century. Streetcars ran routes around the clock seven days a week. Author and historian Adley Cormier delves deep into Lake Charless past to uncover a history that has been lost to time and change.
Category: Photography

Flyfisher S Guide To Colorado S Lost Lakes And Secret Places

Author : Kephart, Mike
ISBN : 9781940239040
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Colorado's high elevation offers spectacular, often tremendous fishing that is more often relayed via rumor than reliable report. But in the Flyfisher's Guide to Colorado's Lost Lakes and Secret Places, veteran angler Mike Kephart gives you the scoop on which Colorado mountain and wilderness lakes and creeks fish well, how to get there, the difficulty of access, and what you can expect to catch. These largely untapped fisheries can be off the table to anglers who can't invest the time and effort required to access them only to find poor fishing. Kephart has done the leg-work – and the cast-work ­– to determine which lakes hold the big ones, the high populations, the hatches, and the rare species like greenback cutthroat and golden trout. The fish in these hard-to-access places can be eager to eat, so getting to the right ones is worth the effort. Beyond the lakes, Kephart covers some remote canyons and gorges, and side canyons within gorges where he's found excellent fishing. The author has done the research, sometimes fishing the lakes several times before discovering the bounty. He also covers forest fires, oil development and grazing as those topics apply to fly fishing in the area. Mike Kephart has paid his dues and yours ­­– take advantage of this great opportunity with this new guide from Wilderness Adventures Press.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Hiking Wyoming S Bighorn Mountains

Author : Ken Keffer
ISBN : 9781493022281
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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From short scenic day trips to multi-day backpacking excursions, Hiking Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains covers dozens of trails throughout the region including lands of the Bighorn National Forest, the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area, as well as surrounding state and federal lands. Written by outdoor enthusiast and author, Ken Keffer, Hiking Wyoming's Bighorn Mountains takes new and veteran hikers alike through the beautiful alpine lakes and wilderness of northern Wyoming.
Category: Sports & Recreation

White River National Forest

Author : Outdoor Books & Maps (Firm)
ISBN : 0930657160
Genre : Nature
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Includes Eagles Nest, Holy Cross, Hunter Fryingpan, Maroon Bells-Snowmass, Collegiate Peaks and Flat Tops Wilderness Areas.
Category: Nature

The Idea Miners

Author : P. W. Cross
ISBN : 0966280083
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In The Idea Miners: The Lost Lake Dig, two young boys stumble into a parallel world called the Land of Lights and join an expedition with a mysterious girl, two dwarfs, and two donkeys on a quest to find a ¿gusher¿¿a buoyant, glowing sphere that holds an as-yet unthought-of brilliant idea. This exciting fantasy adventure book for middle readers is unlike anything else you will find. The unique and imaginative story¿full of danger and magic; seers, dwarfs and elves; bloodthirsty trolls and crazy miners¿keeps the reader glued to the book, while interwoven historical facts remind the reader of great gifts to the world by the likes of Sir Isaac Newton, Wilber and Orville Wright, Charles Babbage, and others. As one of the reviewers of the book wrote: ¿With elements reminiscent of The Hobbit and Harry Potter, the pace and variety of challenges carry the reader along to a surprising and satisfying conclusion.¿ A part of this satisfying conclusion is captured in the very last line of the book: ¿Ideas define us, our past, our present, and, most importantly, our future.¿ It¿s for the future that this book may have the most impact, by sending children forward with a budding thirst for knowledge and an excitement for the world¿s undiscovered potential.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Fire And Water

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ISBN : COLUMBIA:CU05597137
Genre : Fire prevention
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Category: Fire prevention

Climatological Data

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ISBN : UOM:39015023923454
Genre : Meteorology
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Collection of the monthly climatological reports of the United States by state or region, with monthly and annual national summaries.
Category: Meteorology

Lost Spanish Towns

Author : Jean L. Epperson
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173004948081
Genre : Atascosito (Tex.)
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This book covers a part of the history of Southeast Texas from 1756 to the 1830s.
Category: Atascosito (Tex.)

Publication

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ISBN : MINN:31951D01697201E
Genre : Fisheries
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Category: Fisheries

Still Standing The Story Of Andrea Mccoy

Author : Charles Perry, Jr.
ISBN : 9781105075957
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Andrea McCoy aka Andre McCoy, a amateur fighter from New Bedford MA. He was 1979 New England Golden Gloves Champion along with Silver Medal winner for 1979 Spartacade Games in Moscow, Russia. He was killed on March 14, 1980 as he an members of the USA National Team were on board LOT Polish Airlines Flight 007 crash over Warsaw, Poland. Over his career he fought Tony Tucker, Kelvin D. Anderson, Jose Miguel and many others. He had a tremendous upside as did his opponents. Andrea had personal goals of graduating from New Bedford High School, becoming a Gold Medal winner for the USA and also becoming a Heavy-weight Champion. The Gentle Giant is truly missed by family, friends and the boxing world. All proceeds from this book will be donated to the New Bedford Boys & Girls Club, New Bedford, MA 0274
Category: Biography & Autobiography