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📒Kill Em And Leave ✍ James McBride
✏Kill Em and Leave Book Summary : 'A formidable free-style book that isn't straight biography but a mix of history, street-level investigative reporting, hagiography, Deep South sociology, music criticism, memoir and some fiery preaching' Rolling Stone magazine A Guardian best music book of 2016 The music of James Brown was almost a genre in its own right, and he was one of the biggest and most influential cultural figures of the twentieth century. But the singer known as the 'Hardest Working Man in Show Business' was also an immensely troubled, misunderstood and complicated man. Award-winning writer James McBride, himself a professional musician, has undertaken a journey of discovery in search of the 'real' James Brown, delving into the heartbreaking saga of Brown's childhood and destroyed estate, and uncovering the hidden history of Brown's early years.
📒Savage Bonds ✍ Mary Dreeszen
✏Savage Bonds Book Summary : Nicole is now on her own in a place that is unwelcoming to women, especially with savages all around. Nicole always heard about what the savages did to women. Not only she is alone and desperate she has now been captured by savages. Eagle Eye has nothing but hatred toward the white man and his ways. Now he has a captive to tend with and tend with he plans to do! He will make her wish she had not been captured by his tribe. He will make an example of her. Colonel Wright is determined to have all Indians placed on the reservations. He crosses paths with Eagle Eyes tribe. With the conflicts between the Army and these savages will Nicole choose the only way to survive or will she choose what is in her heart from the Savage Bonds that have tied her? An exploding novel of love, hate, trust and deceit! A must read for any history buff, romantic or adventurer! This action packed story has it all packed into one book!
📒The Lone Warrior ✍ Lori Austin
✏The Lone Warrior Book Summary : The third book in the exciting and sexy "Once Upon A Time In The West" Series from Lori Austin. Rose Varner needs a man… But not just any man. The one known as “White Ghost with Hair of Fire.” He may be the only way to rescue her daughter, Lily, from the Cheyenne. Legend has it he was once the Cheyenne’s captive, but his courage impressed them so much that they accepted him as one of their own. Yet the man Rose finds seems far from legendary… Luke Phelan’s tortured past has driven him to live as a recluse in the Smoky Hills of western Kansas. Having vowed to keep his distance from the Cheyenne, Luke refuses to accompany Rose on her rescue mission. But her bravery in the face of dangerous odds changes his mind. Now as they ride toward their destination, they’ll battle outlaws, bounty hunters, and their own rising desires before finding Lily. But the cost to Rose will be high, and her budding love for Luke will be put to the test… Don't miss the first two books, BEAUTY AND THE BOUNTY HUNTER and AN OUTLAW IN WONDERLAND
📒The Marine Serpent ✍ MCR El Pensador
✏The Marine Serpent Book Summary : Among the stories is marine monsters as the imagination can reach as projections in the twentieth century would be a battle so serious in our fight a civilized world can devour marine showed up the human species to be crossed ahead But the reality beyond the fantasy of living marine Monsters stories presents us with a past but this story of the sea serpent my mental vehicle transports me into doing imaginations as this story of Mobsters other legends of the seas imaginable that in leaving legacies remain in our memories lives in a fantasy world but in give life our imagination but a legacy is a legend a fairy story a birth and a port old fishermen do hear stories like in my case my childhood stage of sea lions in their stories most of them is that I got the idea to make the history of sea snake, which is name and my transportation cangli mentally project the images to make this work a content to leave them frightened The story of the sea serpent mcr the thinker el pensador
📒The Banditti Of The Plains ✍ A. S. Mercer
✏The Banditti of the Plains Book Summary : In 1894, when A. S. Mercer published this angry eyewitness account of the cattlemen’s invasion of Wyoming, the book was so thoroughly and ruthlessly suppressed that few copies of that edition remain today. Although historians have since questioned some of Mercer’s conclusions about the Johnson County range war, they have never controverted the facts of the cattlemen-homesteader struggle as he grimly reported them. With the intention of "executing" alleged rustlers and terrorizing the homesteaders, a band of fifty-two cattlemen and hired gunmen invaded Johnson Country, Wyoming, in April 1892. After besieging and killing "the bravest man in Johnson County," the raiders in turn found themselves besieged by the homesteaders and finally in the protective custody of the Untied States cavalry. Further legal and illegal maneuvering permitted the invaders to go unpunished, but the cattlemen never again attempted to retain their hold over the range with organized mob violence. In this new edition of The Banditti of the Plains the original text has been followed with the utmost fidelity, even including the illustrations. An informed and interesting foreword by William H. Kittrell has been added to the book.
📒The Neo Aramaic Dialect Of Barwar ✍ Geoffrey Khan
✏The Neo Aramaic Dialect of Barwar Book Summary : This work, in three volumes, presents a detailed description the neo-Aramaic dialect of the Assyrian Christian community of the Barwar region in northern Iraq, which is now endangered. Volume one contains a description of the grammar of the dialect. Volume two contains an extensive glossary. Volume three contains transcriptions of recorded texts
📒People Of The Same Sun ✍ Allen J. Williams
✏People of the Same Sun Book Summary : The story takes place in the late 1600's in what is now known as Pennsylvania. At the time there were many wars between the Iroquois and the Leni-Lenape Indians. As the settlers were starting to move westward, they added to the conflict over land. Being the sole survivor of an attack on his tribe, a young Iroquois warrior named Golden Eye seeks revenge against the white men that raided his village. During his quest, he discovers a young Indian woman from the Leni-Lenape tribe named Little Eagle, shot and lying by the river bank. Unaware that she is Leni-Lenape, he helps her survive her wounds. She was shot while trying to escape some white men that took her away from her tribe a few years earlier. Against all odds, the two of them start a new settlement open to all that wish to live in peace.
📒A Vulgar Art ✍ Ian Brodie
✏A Vulgar Art Book Summary : In A Vulgar Art Ian Brodie uses a folkloristic approach to stand-up comedy, engaging the discipline’s central method of studying interpersonal, artistic communication and performance. Because stand-up comedy is a rather broad category, people who study it often begin by relating it to something they recognize—“literature” or “theatre”; “editorial” or “morality”—and analyze it accordingly. A Vulgar Art begins with a more fundamental observation: someone is standing in front of a group of people, talking to them directly, and trying to make them laugh. So this book takes the moment of performance as its focus, that stand-up comedy is a collaborative act between the comedian and the audience. Although the form of talk on the stage resembles talk among friends and intimates in social settings, stand-up comedy remains a profession. As such, it requires performance outside of the comedian’s own community to gain larger and larger audiences. How do comedians recreate that atmosphere of intimacy in a roomful of strangers? This book regards everything from microphones to clothing and LPs to Twitter as strategies for bridging the spatial, temporal, and socio-cultural distances between the performer and the audience.
📒Paradise ✍ John Blais
✏Paradise Book Summary : Paradise, Maine, a town most anyone would love to live in. Good schools with almost a zero drop out ratio. Almost no unemployment. A very, very low crime rate. Great selection of church denominations. Well manicured throughout with no slum areas at all. Sitting on the beautiful Androscoggin River in the middle of the best hunting and fishing in the country. Truly a heaven on earth, UNTIL--------
📒Surviving Conquest ✍ Timothy Braatz
✏Surviving Conquest Book Summary : Surviving Conquest is a history of the Yavapai Indians, who have lived for centuries in central Arizona. Although primarily concerned with survival in a desert environment, early Yavapais were also involved in a complex network of alliances, rivalries, and trade. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries European missionaries and colonizers moved into the region, bringing diseases, livestock, and a desire for Indian labor. Beginning in 1863, U.S. settlers and soldiers invaded Yavapai lands, established farms, towns, and forts, and initiated murderous campaigns against Yavapai families. Historian Timothy Braatz shows how Yavapais responded in a variety of ways to the violations that disrupted their hunting and gathering economies and threatened their survival. In the 1860s, some stole from American settlements and some turned to wage work. Yavapais also asked U.S. officials to establish reservations where they could live, safe from attack, in their homelands. Despite the Yavapais? successful efforts to become sedentary farmers, in 1875 U.S. officials relocated them across Arizona to the San Carlos Apache Reservation. For the next twenty-five years, they remained in exile but were determined to return home. They joined the commercial Arizona economy, repeatedly requested permission to leave San Carlos, and, repeatedly denied, left anyway, a few families at a time. By 1901 nearly all had returned to Yavapai lands, and through persistence and savvy lobbying eventually received three federally recognized reservations. Drawing on in-depth archival research and accounts recorded in the early twentieth century by a Yavapai named Mike Burns, Braatz tells the story of the Yavapais and their changing world.