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  • Bradshaw s illustrated travellers hand book in [afterw.] to France

    Bradshaw’s illustrated travellers’ hand book in [afterw.] to France
    George Bradshaw

    Top., 9,700. Chief town of department Finisterre, seat of a bishopric, &c, on a pleasant hill-side, where tile Odet and the Fleyr meet, at the head of a pretty creek, 15 kil. from the sea. It was the capital of part of Cornouailks, or Bas-Breton, and …

  • Annual Report of the Department of the Interior

    Annual Report of the Department of the Interior
    United States. Dept. of the Interior

    During the year the tree-planting line planted trees in the following localities: Nuuanu Valley, 50,388, and Round Top, 9,700, making a total of 60,088 trees. During the year 81,169 man-days were furnished other institutions and agencies,  …

  • Records of the Geological Survey of India, Volume 16

    Records of the Geological Survey of India, Volume 16

    The rocks seen en route are slates, and on the ascent of the pass they are quite typical " Simla slates ;" dip, N.-B. 5° N. About two-thirds of the way between Thanala (Tenala) and the top of the pass (elevation of top 9,700'), I encountered my …

  • Spiritualizing the City

    Spiritualizing the City
    Victoria Hegner, Peter Jan Margry

    This book brings a timely new perspective and will be of interest to academics and students in geography, sociology, urban studies, cultural studies and anthropology, as well as for urban planners and policy makers.

  • The Intimidation Game

    The Intimidation Game
    Kimberley Strassel

    This book will show, through first-hand accounts, how both have been hijacked by the Left as weapons against free speech and free association, becoming the most powerful tools of those intent on silencing their political opposition.

  • I Find That Offensive!

    I Find That Offensive!’
    Claire Fox

    But how did we become so thin-skinned? In 'I Find That Offensive!

  • Down for the Count

    Down for the Count
    Andrew Gumbel

    This thoroughly revised edition, first published to acclaim and some controversy in 2005 as Steal This Vote, reveals why America is unique among established Western democracies in its inability to run clean, transparent elections.

  • Marisol

    José Rivera

    THE STORY: Marisol Perez, a young Latino woman, is a copy editor for a Manhattan publisher.