One River

One River Author Davis Wade
ISBN-10 9781448191437
Release 2014-06-26
Pages 544
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From the author of INTO THE SILENCE, winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction In 1941, Richard Evans Schultes took a leave of absence from Harvard University and disappeared into the Northern Amazon of Colombia. The world’s leading authority on the hallucinogens and medicinal plants of the region, he returned after twelve years of travelling through South America in a dug-out canoe, mapping uncharted rivers, living among local tribes and documenting the knowledge of shamans. Thirty years later, his student Wade Davis landed in Bogota to follow in his mentor’s footsteps – so creating an epic tale of undaunted adventure, a compelling work of natural history and a testament to the spirit of scientific exploration.

One River Seven States

One River   Seven States Author Elliott Roberts
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B79441
Release 1955
Pages 100
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One River Seven States has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from One River Seven States also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full One River Seven States book for free.

One River

One River Author Christina V. Pacosz
ISBN-10 1930755317
Release 2000-09-01
Pages 24
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One River has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from One River also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full One River book for free.

One River

One River Author Harold Eustace Carey
Release 1952
Pages 112
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One River has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from One River also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full One River book for free.

One River More

One River More Author W. D. Wetherell
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924086575085
Release 1998-09-01
Pages 272
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The author describes his experiences during one typical year of fly fishing in Vermont and Montana

Two Men One River

Two Men  One River Author R. L. Manson
ISBN-10 9781525505843
Release 2017-09-06
Pages 414
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Two Men One River has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Two Men One River also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Two Men One River book for free.

Two Sides of One River

Two Sides of One River Author António Medeiros
ISBN-10 9780857457240
Release 2013
Pages 382
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Galicia, the region in the northwest corner of Spain that is contiguous with northern Portugal, is known officially as the Autonomous Community of Galicia. It is recognized as one of the historical nationalities that makes up the Spanish state, as legitimized by the Spanish Constitution of 1978. This study compares the topographic and ethnographic descriptions produced with respect to Galicia and Portugal during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in order to understand how the integration in different states and the existence of a specific nationalist discourse marked differences in the ways that two bordering regions in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula have been represented. Although Galicia and Portugal each belong to different states, their similarities are frequently alluded to. The author explores the presence and role of the imagination in creating a sense, over the last century and a half, of the national being and becoming of these two related peoples.

One River Two Cultures

One River  Two Cultures Author Paula Wild
ISBN-10 1550173421
Release 2004
Pages 288
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NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK! "One River, Two Cultures" is a well-researched history told in an accessible, conversational style from the point of view of a visitor utterly swept away by the natural beauty of the Bella Coola Valley and the friendliness of its full-time residents.

One River Many Wells

One River  Many Wells Author Matthew Fox
ISBN-10 1585423262
Release 2004-06-01
Pages 469
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Inviting readers to embrace a common faith of deep ecumenism, a guide to the commonalities of the world's religions draws on seminal quotes, lessons, and ideas to demonstrate how each expresses a similar goal and approach to life. Original.

One River Many Creeks

One River  Many Creeks Author Valerie Bloom
ISBN-10 0330397680
Release 2004-01-02
Pages 166
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Spanning continents and centuries, this is a multicultural collection of poems and a celebration of the diversity of the peoples of the world. It features poems from all around the world and from poets of all nationalities now living in Britain.

Handbook of Inquiry in the Arts Therapies

Handbook of Inquiry in the Arts Therapies Author Helen Payne
ISBN-10 1853021539
Release 1993-01
Pages 267
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The first book to embrace all the arts therapies, this is a ground-breaking examination of the effects of arts therapies interventions in health, education, community and social services settings. It is written by specialists addressing themes which are relevant to all arts therapists exploring the relationship between research and practice.

One River Two Oceans and Raindrops In Between

One River  Two Oceans  and Raindrops In Between Author Betty Ann Hoehn
ISBN-10 9780989504706
Release 2013-11-01
Pages 160
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"One River, Two Oceans, and Raindrops In Between" is a memoir of one woman's journey through the raindrops of life, love, recovery. It is a story of an abiding friendship that crossed racial lines, an unbreakable bond that developed against all odds. Author Betty Ann Hoehn came from a wealthy white family in Memphis. Her black nanny, Corinne, came from the poor, black section of Memphis. Yet they came together in a place that knows no boundaries--the heart. Betty Ann grew up in Memphis in the 1960s, a decade of tremendous turmoil in the United States. Corinne came to work for her family in 1959 when Betty Ann was five years old. The two developed a friendship the moment Corinne lifted Betty Ann off the ground and sat her on the kitchen counter to tell her about the pearly gates of Heaven. From that point on an unbreakable bond was created that surpassed the turmoil of the times. Corinne became Betty Ann's spiritual teacher, comforter, and protector in body and in spirit. "One River, Two Oceans, and Raindrops in Between" not only addresses segregation among races, but segregation among mankind as a whole. It address the impact addiction has on families, the havoc it wreaks from one generation to the next. It addresses the impact of the loss of loved ones, as well as the mistake we too often make by not saying "I love you" or "thank you" to those we love. Readers will discover there is hope.

One River

One River Author James Grabill
ISBN-10 UVA:X000480750
Release 1975
Pages 45
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Luis Cernuda One River One Love

Luis Cernuda  One River  One Love Author Philip G. Johnston
ISBN-10 1910572233
Release 2015-09-08
Pages 160
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Philip G Johnston's new translation of Un rio, un amor (One River, One Love) by Luis Cernuda (1902-1963) is faithful to the author's quasi-Surrealist intentions. Written in France and Spain in 1928-1929, this collection reflects the influences, conflicts and impulses that governed the poet's life then. It speaks of the alienation of a marginalized, disaffected individual in a Spain which he described as "decrepit and decomposing", of a shy homosexual gradually and painfully coming to terms with his orientation in a rigid, hostile society, of a passion for American popular culture (Jazz, Blues and cinema), filtered through a Hispanic sensitivity, and eventually somewhat tempered by the disappointments of daily life. The collection's later poems see Cernuda finding an admirable and resonant voice of protest. Very much a part of the broad European Modernist ethos (Cernuda can justifiably be compared to, say, T S Eliot), One River, One Love is furthermore written in the spirit of Spain's famous Generation of 1927 (spearheaded by figures such as Dali, Lorca and Bunuel) which set about reacting to "what had already been said", seeking the radical reform of the Spanish aesthetic and, in doing so, created a second Spanish Golden Age. Intriguingly balanced between what Cernuda himself would later term "Reality and Desire", this collection also involves a significant flirtation with the conventions of Surrealism. Lautreamont's famous formula involving the sewing machine, the umbrella and the dissection table is most certainly nodded to here in the characteristic Cernudian harnessing of shocking, incongruous and unexpected elements in imagery. That flirtation, however, stops short of full consummation of the relationship (Cernuda never, for example, gives himself completely over to unfettered, automatic writing, or, "dictee de la pensee") -which fact in itself speaks of a peculiarly Spanish twist to the European avant-garde.

The Mighty Niagara

The Mighty Niagara Author John N. Jackson
ISBN-10 UVA:X004663585
Release 2003
Pages 486
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This in-depth regional study of the Niagara Frontier traces the evolution of landscape and patterns of settlement on both sides of the Niagara River extending from St. Catharines, Ontario, to Lockport, New York. This significant region, astride an international frontier, both connects and separates, unites and divides Canadian and American territories bordering the Niagara River. Like map overlays that build on an underlying base geography, Professor Jackson's chronological approach begins with the qualities of the physical background and their ongoing ramifications up to the present for the use and development of land. He then adds the Native settlements, showing their trails and economic activities, while highlighting the amazing fact that certain Native features remain an intrinsic part of the modern landscape. The next time period reveals that the previous human landscapes, once continuous across the Niagara River, became acutely discontinuous with the creation in 1783 of an unseen but divisive international boundary. Subsequent chapters follow the changes over the course of time as canals, railways, hydroelectric power, and the dominance of the automobile in the present era all transform the environment. Jackson also discusses Niagara Falls as the fulcrum around which the Niagara Frontier has developed and the impact of the tourist industry on the region. This thorough analysis of an important international region will be of great use to students of regional, urban, and historical geography as well as to anyone involved in cross-boundary trade, education, or tourism.

Wider Than a Mile

Wider Than a Mile Author Mimi Hughes
ISBN-10 1490459480
Release 2013-10-16
Pages 342
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In 2006, at the age of fifty, Mimi Hughes swam 1,777 miles of the Danube River for social change and to encourage environmental responsibility. She was the first woman to swim the length of the Danube River. She passed through 9 European countries, with her daughter Kelsey as her support kayaker, overcoming many obstacles, yet often aided by strangers.

The Murray River

The Murray River Author Shane Strudwick
ISBN-10 0733330894
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 172
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the illustrated story of Australia's greatest river, that captures all the romance, history and colour of the Murray - paddle steamers, bushrangers, homesteads, Aboriginal culture, the mallee, 36 different river towns, megafauna, the ancient ocean, Murray-Darling Basin, icons of the Murray, Discover Murray River trail, ancient fossilised cliffs, Bridges of the Murray, proud architecture, explorers, legends, floods and pioneers, Captain Charles Sturt, irrigation of the Murray River, dams, barrages and reservoirs, locks and weirs, landscapes of the Murray River, souvenirs of our past, abundant wildlife, houseboating, Lake Cullulleraine, Australian pelicans, classic Aussie pubs, sheep and wool, pioneer museums, Ponde - the Ngurunderi Dreaming, great Murray River Cod, signs from the region, Snowy Mountains Scheme, mist and fog, Murray River Red Gums, Australia's wine garden, local and fresh produce, Murray River at night and more.