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The Land Between

Author : Oto Luthar
ISBN : 3631570112
Genre : History
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"This is a history of a space - a space between the Panonian plain in the East and the most northernmost bay in the Adriatic in the West, from the eastern Alps in the North and the Dinaridic mountain area in the South. It is also a history of all the different people who lived in this area. The authors show that the Slavs did not settle an empty space and simply replace the Celto-Roman inhabitants of earlier times; they are, on the contrary, presented as the result of reciprocal acculturation. The authors show that the Slovenes made more than two important appearances throughout the entire feudal era; the same holds for later periods, especially for the twentieth century. This book offers a concise and complete history of an area that finally became an integral part of Central Europe and the Balkans."--Pub. desc.
Category: History

The Lands That Lie Between An Urban Fantasy With Morgan And Sam

Author : Catherine Kane
ISBN : 9780984695102
Genre : Fiction
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The day that Morgan lost her job, she knew that change was coming. She broke her lease, threw everything that she valued in life (including her cat, Sam) in her van, kissed her adoptive parents and her little brother good bye and started a cross-country trek. She knew that change was coming. She expected that. What she wasn't expecting was elves, or magick walking in the world around her, or the beauty and danger of the Lands That Lie Between...
Category: Fiction

The Lands In Between

Author : Mitchell A. Orenstein
ISBN : 9780190936150
Genre : Political Science
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Russia's stealth invasion of Ukraine and its assault on the US elections in 2016 forced a reluctant West to grapple with the effects of hybrid war. While most citizens in the West are new to the problems of election hacking, state-sponsored disinformation campaigns, influence operations by foreign security services, and frozen conflicts, citizens of the frontline states between Russia and the European Union have been dealing with these issues for years. The Lands in Between: Russia vs. the West and the New Politics of Russia's Hybrid War contends that these "lands in between" hold powerful lessons for Western countries. For Western politics is becoming increasingly similar to the lands in between, where hybrid warfare has polarized parties and voters into two camps: those who support a Western vision of liberal democracy and those who support a Russian vision of nationalist authoritarianism. Paradoxically, while politics increasingly boils down to a zero sum "civilizational choice" between Russia and the West, those who rise to the pinnacle of the political system in the lands in between are often non-ideological power brokers who have found a way to profit from both sides, taking rewards from both Russia and the West. Increasingly, the political pathologies of these small, vulnerable, and backwards states in Europe are our problems too. In this deepening conflict, we are all lands in between.
Category: Political Science

A Land Between

Author : Rebecca Fish Ewan
ISBN : 0801864615
Genre : Architecture
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A Land Between tells the stories of the people who have lived in the valley and uncovers the marks they have left on the land.
Category: Architecture

Violence Over The Land

Author : Ned BLACKHAWK
ISBN : 9780674020993
Genre : History
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"Blackhawk, a Western Shoshone himself, does not portray the natives as victims. Instead, he demonstrates that their perseverance and ability to adapt to changing conditions over the last two centuries allowed them to help shape the world around them ... This is one of the finest studies available on native peoples of the ggreat basin region." John Burch, Library Journal, from the bookjacket.
Category: History

The Land Office Business

Author : Malcolm J. Rohrbough
ISBN : 9780199923199
Genre : History
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This book should be of interest to undergraduate courses in American history and politics.
Category: History

Between Law And Custom

Author : Peter Karsten
ISBN : 0521792835
Genre : History
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Drawing on extensive archival and library sources, Karsten explores these collisions and arrives at a number of conclusions that will surprise.
Category: History

Land Between The Lakes Recreation Guide

Author : Johnny Molloy
ISBN : 9780897328692
Genre : Travel
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Land Between The Lakes Outdoor Recreation Handbook is the only comprehensive guide to the Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area.The handbook is divided into two sections--;water activities and land activities. The water section guides visitors to important fishing spots and lakes, as well as outlines one of the longest paddle trails in the Midwest--;the 85-mile-long Land Between The Lakes Paddle route. Descriptions of all lake accesses as well as swimming beaches are also included. The land section offers detailed descriptions to more than 200 miles of hiking trails (including the 60-mile long North-South Trail). Finally, the Land Between The Lakes Outdoor Recreation Handbook offers an extensive reference section, detailing alternate lodging possibilities, outfitters, and conveniences located in nearby towns.
Category: Travel

Land Between The Lakes

Author : Frank E. Smith
ISBN : 9780813164595
Genre : Nature
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Land Between the Lakes Recreation Area lies in western Kentucky and Tennessee, between two huge lakes formed by dams on the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers.Some 170,000 acres bounded by 300 miles of shoreline, Land Between the Lakes is blessed with a rich variety of plant and animal life. Conceived and administrated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, it is a unique recreational experiment which has drawn admiring visitors from around the world. Frank E. Smith, director of TVA, tells the story of the transformation of submarginal land into a large-scale, multiple-use recreation facility that provides recreation and entertainment for thousands of visitors as well as producing a positive, dynamic stimulus to the continued economic development of the entire Tennessee Valley. Planned for fullest use of human and land resources, Land Between the Lakes is of utmost importance to recreational planners, conservation specialists, administrators, and to millions of Americans who seek their recreation in the out of doors.
Category: Nature

A Land Between Waters

Author : Christopher R. Boyer
ISBN : 9780816502493
Genre : History
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This is the first book to explore the relationship between the people and the environment of Mexico. Featuring a dozen essays by leading scholars, it heralds the arrival of environmental history as a major area of study in the field of Mexican history and introduces a new book series: “Latin American Landscapes.”
Category: History

A Gazetteer Of The State Of Georgia

Author : Adiel Sherwood
ISBN : 0806351543
Genre : Reference
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Originally published in 1907. Darwin accompanied Captain Fitz Roy on his travels as it was the Captain's wish to have a person with scientific knowledge on board ship. This volume, written in the form of a journal, contains a history of their voyage and a sketch of Darwins observations in Natural History and Geology that he made in the various countries that they visited. Author: Charles Darwin, Language: English Keywords: Pure Science / Darwin / Evolution Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Obscure Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Category: Reference

Between Land And Sea

Author : Christopher L. Pastore
ISBN : 9780674745469
Genre : History
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Christopher Pastore traces how Narragansett Bay’s ecology shaped the contours of European habitation, trade, and resource use, and how littoral settlers in turn, over two centuries, transformed a marshy fractal of water and earth into a clearly defined coastline, which proved less able to absorb the blows of human initiative and natural variation.
Category: History

The Lands Of Silence

Author : Clements R. Markham
ISBN : 9781108076876
Genre : History
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Published posthumously in 1921, Markham's illustrated history draws on his extensive knowledge of contemporary polar explorers and expeditions.
Category: History

Our Earth S Changing Land L Y

Author : Helmut Geist
ISBN : 031332784X
Genre : Land cover
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Scientists predict that the environment over the next 100 years will be threatened by severe challenges--the loss of biodiversity, expected changes in world-wide climate, and decreasing amounts of arable land and potable water for an exploding human population. All of these will greatly impact how the earth will be able to support life in the future. And at the center of these global environmental changes are developments in land use. Over the last 300 years, and in particular the last 50 years, the earth's land has been altered drastically as a result of increasing industrialization and urbanization worldwide, as well as by changes in agricultural techniques in lands under cultivation. These developments raise troubling questions about out future: How will these changes affect the sustainability of certain types of land use? How will they impinge upon critical regions, like rainforests and deserts? Will the earth be able to provide for the basic human needs of food, shelter, and water?
Category: Land cover

The Land Of Desolation

Author : Isaac Israel Hayes
ISBN : 9781108071475
Genre : History
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This 1871 account by a seasoned Arctic explorer recounts a leisurely voyage in 1869 along the coast of Greenland.
Category: History