Frontier Follies

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  • Author : Ree Drummond
  • Publisher : HarperCollins
  • Pages : 352 pages
  • ISBN : 0062962825
  • Rating : 5/5 from 1 reviews
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Renegades Showmen Angels

Renegades  Showmen   Angels
  • Author : Jan Jones
  • Publisher : TCU Press
  • Release : 31 July 2021
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"Jan Jones' volume on Fort Worth's theatrical heritage presents for the first time a comprehensive history of the showmen, performers, theaters, and events that shaped the city's histrionic fortunes in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries."--BOOK JACKET.

Alaska to Ushuaia

Alaska to Ushuaia
  • Author : HENRYK SZOSTAK
  • Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
  • Release : 14 January 2016
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This book describes the fulfilment of my childhood dream of visiting the Straits of Magellan in Argentina. Much later, from 1998 to 1999, my wife Donna and I realized that goal by covering the entire Western Hemisphere from Alaska to Ushuaia, with a detour to Easter Island. From Chicago we drove through Central America to the southern tip of Argentina. We backtracked north to Belem, where our motor home went on a barge for a 1,000-mile trip on the Amazon River to

Bong Hits 4 Jesus

Bong Hits 4 Jesus
  • Author : James C. Foster
  • Publisher : University of Alaska Press
  • Release : 15 October 2010
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In January 2002, for the first time, the Olympic Torch Relay visited Alaska on its way to the Winter Games. When the relay runner and accompanying camera cars passed Juneau-Douglas High School, senior Joseph Frederick and several friends unfurled a fourteen-foot banner reading "BONG HiTS 4 JESUS." An in-depth look at student rights within a public high school, this book chronicles the events that followed: Frederick's suspension, the subsequent suit against the school district, and, ultimately, the escalation of a local conflict

The Texas Left

The Texas Left
  • Author : David O'Donald Cullen,Kyle G. Wilkison
  • Publisher : Texas A&M University Press
  • Release : 05 February 2010
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The Texas Left. Some would say the phrase is an oxymoron. For most of the twentieth century, the popular perception of Texas politics has been that of dominant conservatism, punctuated by images of cowboys, oil barons, and party bosses intent on preserving a decidedly capitalist status quo. In fact, poor farmers and laborers who were disenfranchised, segregated, and, depending on their ethnicity and gender, confronted with varying levels of hostility and discrimination, have long composed the "other" political heritage of

Combat Lore Indian Air Force 1930 1945

Combat Lore  Indian Air Force 1930 1945
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : KW Publishers Pvt Ltd
  • Release : 15 July 2014
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The Indian Air Force is today 82 years old, a battle-scarred, highly professional force. How it reached this level is an epic saga of struggle against bias and racial prejudice for the officers and men from early thirties to the beginning of World War II. The charge was that Indians lacked leadership qualities and could not fly military aircraft and technically maintain them. In just three years, IAF technicians and pilots imbibed the discipline of the Air Force and performed magnificently

AMON The Ultimate Texan

AMON  The Ultimate Texan
  • Author : Dave Lieber
  • Publisher : Yankee Cowboy Publishing
  • Release : 09 May 2019
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Based on the new hit play taking Texas audiences by storm, AMON! The Ultimate Texan is a part comedy, part drama about Amon Carter, who ran Fort Worth for half a century. The book and the play are by Dallas Morning News Watchdog columnist Dave Lieber. More info at https://www.amonplay.com. Purchase at https://davelieber.org/product/amon/.

Lucky Alan

Lucky Alan
  • Author : Jonathan Lethem
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 02 July 2015
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A father’s nervous breakdown during a visit to a theme park; a political prisoner confined to a hole in a busy New York street; a haunted 'blog' ... Welcome to Lethem-land, which can be discovered only by visiting – a place where the uncanny can be found lurking in the mundane, where humour and poignancy work in harmony, and a modern master of American letters entertains and dazzles us once again, as only he can.

A Hundred Years of Heroes

A Hundred Years of Heroes
  • Author : Clay Reynolds,Marie-Madeleine Schein
  • Publisher : TCU Press
  • Release : 31 July 1995
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Chronicles one hundred years of Fort Worth's Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show including information on the show's grand entries and champions, rodeo performances, parades, midway rides, and music.

Picturing Texas Politics

Picturing Texas Politics
  • Author : Chuck Bailey,Patrick Cox
  • Publisher : University of Texas Press
  • Release : 01 October 2015
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The Republic of Texas was founded in 1839, around the time that photography was being invented. So while there were no photographers at the Alamo or San Jacinto, they arrived soon after to immortalize, on film, Sam Houston, David Burnett, Mirabeau Lamar, and many other founding fathers of the Lone Star State. Over the following nearly two centuries, Texas politics and politicians have provided reliable, often dramatic, and sometimes larger-than-life subjects for photographers to capture in the moment and add to

Lost Fort Worth

Lost Fort Worth
  • Author : Mike Nichols
  • Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
  • Release : 04 February 2014
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From the humble beginnings of a frontier army camp, Fort Worth transformed into a city as cattle drives, railroads, oil and national defense drove its economy. During the tremendous growth, the landscape and cultural imprint of the city changed drastically, and much of Cowtown was lost to history. Witness the birth of western swing music and the death of a cloud dancer. See mansions of the well-heeled and saloons of the well-armed. Meet two gunfighters, one flamboyant preacher, one serial