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One Man And A Mule

Author : Hugh Thomson
ISBN : 9781409052548
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the Middle Ages, mules were used to transport goods across Britain. Strong, sturdy and able to carry a good 160lbs of weight, they made ideal walking companions – as long as you didn’t ask them to do anything they didn’t want to do! So when Hugh Thomson decides he wants to revive this ancient tradition, but with a mule who is only willing to carry sandwiches, water and a map, his father can’t quite comprehend why: “Taking a mule across England? Really? Whatever for?” Using old drovers’ roads that have largely passed into disrepair, Hugh and his trusty mule Jethro set out to travel across England, from the Lake District to the Yorkshire Moors. Along the way, they discover a landscape rich in history, and encounter the charismatic people who bring it to life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Boys Life

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.
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A Man And A Mule

Author : Ben Watford
ISBN : 9781468571349
Genre : Fiction
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Jumo Gumasaka was very young when he was captured and shipped to the Americas in a slave ship. In the years following the civil war this ex-slave obtains a colt revolver. With this hand gun he leaves the South and heads West. He travels with his friend and traveling companion a mule that he calls Nellie. He finds that he has natural ability with the fast draw and is extremely accurate. His gun becomes an extension of his arm and his uncanny ability with the gun leads to the demise of many opponents. His many encounters with would be killers and gunslingers in his travels westward load to many interesting adventures.
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The Cost Of Producing Cotton

Author : Llewellyn Alexander Moorhouse
ISBN : UIUC:30112019246013
Genre : Cotton manufacture
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A Man A Mule And A Gun

Author : Ben A. Watford
ISBN : 9781469110851
Genre : Fiction
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Jumo Gumasaka was very young when he was captured and shipped to the Americas in a slave ship. He was a slave until the coming of the war between the North and the South. During the War Between the States he served in the First Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers. It was during the war that Jumo become a marksman with the long gun. After the war he returns to his old plantation only to fi nd that it has been burned to the ground and all the people that he has known are either dead or gone. In the years following the Civil war this ex-slave obtains a colt revolver. With this handgun he leaves the South and heads west. He travels with his friend and traveling companion a mule that he calls Nellie. He fi nds that he has natural ability with the fast draw and is extremely accurate when shooting the six-shooter. His gun becomes an extension of his arm and his uncanny ability with the gun leads to the demise of many opponents. He spends time with the plains Indians and becomes a renowned warrior. He becomes a legend among Plains Indians in their quest for justice. He continues west fi nding that many individuals would like to kill him because he is a black man with a gun. During his travels west he is called by many different names, Eagle Eye, the name given to him by the Plains Indians is the one that he fi nally accepts. His many encounters with would be killers in his travels westward lead to many interesting adventures.
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The Rebellion Record

Author : Frank Moore
ISBN : OXFORD:N10605212
Genre : United States
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A Home For David Sullivan

Author : Billie Conner
ISBN : 9781465389640
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Ralph Compton One Man S Fire

Author : Marcus Galloway
ISBN : 9781101585238
Genre : Fiction
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In this Ralph Compton western, an outlaw tries to turn his back on crime... Eli had always led the life of an outlaw. Cutting corners and breaking the law, he knows how to get away with pretty much anything—until he’s caught red handed attempting to rob a wagon set out as a trap. Imprisoned and alone, Eli is unsure whether the members of his gang have made it out alive, or if the men behind the disguised wagon are after his life. But he is sure about Lyssa—the beauty who selflessly takes care of him in prison. As Eli struggles to reform his law breaking ways, he is forced to come into terms with the man he has become and who he wants to be… More Than Six Million Ralph Compton Books In Print!
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Ulysses S Grant Memoirs And Selected Letters Loa 50

Author : Ulysses S. Grant
ISBN : 9781598531190
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Twenty years after Appomattox, stricken by cancer and facing financial ruin, Ulysses S. Grant wrote his Personal Memoirs to secure his family’s future. in doing so, the Civil War’s greatest general won himself a unique place in American letters. His character, intelligence, sense of purpose, and simple compassion are evident throughout this vivid and deeply moving account, which has been acclaimed by readers as diverse asMark Twain, Matthew Arnold, Gertrude Stein, and Edmund Wilson. Annotated and complete with detailed maps, battle plans, and facsimiles reproduced from the original edition, this volume offers an unparalleled vantage on the most terrible, moving, and inexhaustibly fascinating event in American history. included are 174 letters, many of them to his wife, Julia, which offer an intimate view of their affectionate and enduring marriage.
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Rails Trails And Other Tales

Author : Meynardie Blanchard
ISBN : 1477133143
Genre : Travel
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Rails Trails and Other Tales weaves the reader through the romance and adventure of hopping freight trains and being out in the wilderness. Along with others, there are stories of dogs, ducks and commentaries on the misunderstood mule. Stories lived and stories handed down, kept alive with the telling and given longevity with the pen. Adventure and experiences through which the reader can get an idea of how life in the open and on the move can get into ones psyche to the point that wondering becomes solace to a wayward spirit. Some experiences in life we pursue and acquire, others just come along and happen to us when we put ourselves in their paths. Either way experiences and adventures are elements in life that give substance to our memories. We may not be able to experience all we wish, but we can, visit some experiences lived by others. You, reader may not be able to wander in the fi rst person but here you can sit back and do some arm-chair wandering and have a look at some other tid-bits of life. Also you may get a little look into what can happen sometimes when one just casts his way into the winds of chance. Meynardie
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Marks Martin And The Mule Train

Author : Hilliard Lawrence Lackey
ISBN : 9781493114979
Genre : Political Science
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Marks, Martin and the Mule Train is a third person chronicle of Marks, Mississippi as the origin of the Mule Train component of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign. The book begins with the backdrop of living conditions in Marks, a small town in the Mississippi Delta, mired in abject poverty during the transition period when farm implements displaced field hands. More than half of area residents had left the cotton fields to work in factories “up north.” But those that stayed home were devoid of jobs and many were hungry. It was this pervasive sense of hopelessness and widespread hunger that struck Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during his two visits to Marks in 1966. His first visit was made to preach the funeral of a marcher who had suffered a heart attack while engaged in the James Meredith March Against Fear from Memphis, TN to Jackson, MS. Allegedly, Dr. King asked some black junior youth what they were going to be when they grew up. Their responses drew tears from the Civil Rights leader when summarily they acknowledged no future because of their skin color. The second visit also aroused tears empathy when Dr. King and Dr. Ralph David Abernathy watched a teacher feed her students four apples and a box of crackers for lunch. Southern public schools declined to accept federal aid for free and reduced meals to sidestep integration. These observations in Marks convinced Dr. King to follow the suggestion of Marian Wright Edelman to lead a Poor Peoples Campaign for jobs and justice. Dr. Abernathy writes in his book And the Walls Came Tumbling Down, that Dr. King wanted the Poor People’s Campaign to begin “at the end of the world,” in Marks, Mississippi. And so it did. Even though Dr. King was assassinated on April 14, 1968, his inspired Mule Train left Marks on May 14, 1968. The 1, 000 mile journey took a month to complete but 28 wagons pulled by 56 mules paraded down Pennsylvania Avenue on Juneteenth (June 19)1968 as the centerpiece of the Poor People’s Campaign. The Mule Train fulfilled one of Dr. King’s dreams.
Category: Political Science

Mule And Wagon

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The Hedaya Or Guide

Author : Burhan al-Din al-Marghinani
ISBN : 9781108055369
Genre : History
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This 1791 four-volume English translation of a key text of Islamic law illuminates the East India Company's legal provision.
Category: History

House Documents

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ISBN : BSB:BSB11181338
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Of Mule And Man

Author : Mike Farrell
ISBN : 9781617750410
Genre : Travel
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The M*A*S*H actor, activist, and author of Just Call Me Mike embarks on a cross-country book tour visiting human rights and social justice organizations. In May 2008—shortly after being named by the Los Angeles Times as a “Person of the Year”—Mike Farrell drove himself across the country on a book tour like no other. Networking with political groups (and friends like Joseph C. Wilson and Valerie Plame), Farrell redefined the very concepts of book touring and “promotion” through a progressive lens. “Not since Steinbeck’s Travels with Charley: in Search of America has there been a more beautifully written and compelling journey into the heartland of America. Mike Farrell celebrates his beloved country with great honesty and sincerity, with humility and grace. A beautiful and courageous book, an American classic.” —Ron Kovic, author of Born on the Fourth of July “Farrell writes with an upbeat, optimistic attitude, infused with humor, insights and soul. As he drives across the landscape, he also drives home important social justice issues.” —Publishers Weekly
Category: Travel

The Log Of A Snow Survey

Author : Patrick Armstrong
ISBN : 9781458217998
Genre : Nature
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Snow surveyors throughout the world get to see what most of us only dream about: stunning terrain, birdlife and animals rarely seen in lower elevations, and stars that seem close enough to grab. Patrick Armstrong reveals the little-known world of a snow surveyor in this fascinating account, transporting readers into the remote winter world of the Sierra Nevada in California. High in the mountains, Armstrong and his companions must cross twelve-thousand-foot passes and dig through snow to gain entrance to rock or log cabins for shelter at night. Traveling on skis, they often traverse more than a hundred miles each month during the winter and in the process climb and descend twenty or thirty thousand feet. This account also provides important and practical information on topics such as safe winter travel on skis, avalanche prediction and avoidance, cabin life, cooking on and maintaining wood-burning stoves, wildlife, and birdlife. Whether you’re involved in snow surveying and snowmelt water management or you’re just someone who enjoys the winter, wilderness, and the mountains, prepare yourself to enter a beautiful and remarkable winter world that has its dangers and sublime beauties.
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One Man S Journey

Author : Irving McMurren
ISBN : 9781435709232
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Young lad growing up on a farm in British Columbia experiences hair-raising adventures. He learns to fly and becomes a fighter pilot in the Royal Flying Corps and engages the famed Red Baron over France. After the war he becomes a politician, returning to flying in the newly-formed RCAF to fight again in WW II. A must read for young men aspiring to join the air force.
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One Man S Planet

Author : Stephen M. Testa
ISBN : 9780922152858
Genre : Humor
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One Man's Planet is a slightly off-centered geologist's introduction to how politics, pop-culture and the earth sciences mix it up every day in all of our lives. A humorous look at a myriad of issue that grace the news and drive political debates from local councils to international discourse. One Man’s Planet picks apart the rhetoric on all sides of these debates to look at how the science describes the issue, often to the nakedness of the opposing parties. Tackling topics like climate, energy, water, and hazards, Stephen Testa channels Beanie Babies, Mad Max, and Shakespeare among others to examine the latest scientific understanding of these issues. Author Stephen Testa weaves science, personalities, pop culture and politics into a very informative and entertaining tapestry on the planet today and the planet's tomorrow. Come tour the Earth with Testa as your guide!
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One Man S Trash

Author : Ivan Elizabeth Coyote
ISBN : 1551521202
Genre : Fiction
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From the award-winning author of Close to Spider Man comes this series of stories about being queer and searching out new frontiers. Including the hilarious account of an attempted lesbian wedding in a Las Vegas chapel, and a touching tale of being beguiled by an uncle's girlfriend, these are stories about being on the road: to the northern tundra or the southern desert, through cities and towns, on horses, in trucks and vans, with family, friends and lovers. In achingly personal tones, Coyote paints honest and beautiful portraits of life and the spirits within.
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