Dakota S Angel
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📒Dakota S Angel ✍ Bertrice Woods
✏Dakota s Angel Book Summary : Angelica Peters is a twenty-five year old virgin. While other young women her age are having sexual adventures, Angelica (better known to her family and friends as Angel), is saving herself for Dakota Donaldson, her best friend’s older brother. Angel is in love with Dakota and has been since grade school. Her problem is, Can she make him see her as a desirable woman instead of a little sister? After an unsuspecting morning of passion with Dakota, Angel is sure her dream has finally come true, when an accident shatters her moment of joy. Will she ever be Dakota’s Angel?
📒The Dakotas Off The Beaten Path ✍ Lisa Meyers McClintick
✏The Dakotas Off the Beaten Path Book Summary : Tired of the same old tourist traps? Whether you’re a visitor or a local looking for something different, let The Dakotas Off the Beaten Path show you a side of North and South Dakota you never knew existed. See the house Pa built during the annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Pageant in De Smet, South Dakota. Excavate mammoth bones in the Black Hills or spelunk in some of the world’s largest caves. Dance to Norwegian fiddles at North America’s largest Scandinavian festival, or lose yourself in the brilliant splendor of a powwow. So if you’ve “been there, done that” one too many times, get off the main road and venture Off the Beaten Path.
📒The Dakotas ✍ Robin McMacken
✏The Dakotas Book Summary : Encounter the world's only Corn Palace in Mitchell, where grain is used to create mosaics, or take part in the annual Fort Seward Wagon Train. Uncover North and South Dakota's best kept secrets with this tell-all guide. 7 maps. 11 illustrations.
📒Angel De Cora Karen Thronson And The Art Of Place ✍ Elizabeth Sutton
✏Angel De Cora Karen Thronson and the Art of Place Book Summary : Angel De Cora (c. 1870-1919) was a Native Ho-Chunk artist who received relative acclaim during her lifetime. Karen Thronson (1850-1929) was a Norwegian settler housewife who created crafts and folk art in obscurity along with the other women of her small immigrant community. By examining the creations of these two artists, Sutton shows how each woman produced art or handicrafts that linked her new home to her homeland. Both women had to navigate and negotiate between asserting their authentic self and the expectations placed on them by others in their new locations. The result is a fascinating story of two women that speaks to universal themes of Native displacement, settler conquest, and the connection between art and place.
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📒The Dakota Hunter ✍ Hans Wiesman
✏The Dakota Hunter Book Summary : A tale of a lifelong passion for a WWII aircraft that changed the author’s life: “It is almost like an adventure novel except it is true” (Air Classics). This book tells the story of a Dutch boy who grew up during the 1950s in postwar Borneo, where he had frequent encounters with an airplane, the Douglas DC-3, a.k.a. the C-47 Skytrain or Dakota, of World War II fame. For a young boy living in a remote jungle community, the aircraft reached the proportions of a romantic icon as the essential lifeline to a bigger world for him, the beginning of a special bond. In 1957, his family left the island and all its residual wreckage of World War II, and he attended college in The Hague. After graduation, he started a career as a corporate executive—and met the aircraft again during business trips to the Americas. His childhood passion for the Dakota flared up anew, and the fascination pulled like a magnet. As if predestined, or maybe just looking for an excuse to come closer, he began a business to salvage and convert Dakota parts, which meant first of all finding them. As the demand for these war relic parts and cockpits soared, he began to travel the world to track down surplus, crashed, or derelict Dakotas. He ventured deeper and deeper into remote mountains, jungles, savannas, and the seas where the planes are found, usually as ghostly wrecks but sometimes still in full commercial operation. In hunting the mythical Dakota, he often encountered intimidating or dicey situations in countries plagued by wars or revolts, others by arms and narcotics trafficking, warlords, and conmen. The stories of these expeditions take the reader to some of the remotest spots in the world, but once there, one is often greeted by the comfort of what was once the West’s apex in transportation—however now haunted by the courageous airmen of the past.
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📒Report Of The State Auditor Of The State Of South Dakota For The Fiscal Year Ending ✍ South Dakota. Office of the State Auditor
✏Report of the State Auditor of the State of South Dakota for the Fiscal Year Ending Book Summary :
📒Report Of The Auditor Of The State Of South Dakota For The Fiscal Year Ending ✍ South Dakota. Auditor's Office
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📒Look Homeward Angel Of Time And The River ✍ Thomas Wolfe
✏Look Homeward Angel Of Time and the River Book Summary : "Look Homeward, Angel" is an American coming-of-age story. The novel is considered to be autobiographical and the character of Eugene Gant is generally believed to be a depiction of Thomas Wolfe himself. Set in the fictional town and state of Altamont, Catawba, it covers the span of time from Eugene's birth to the age of 19. "Of Time and the River" is the continuation of the story of Eugene Gant, detailing his early and mid-twenties. During that time Eugene attends Harvard University, moves to New York City, teaches English at a university there, and travels overseas with his friend Francis Starwick.