Crown Of Serpents

Autor: Michael Karpovage
Publisher: Karpovage Creative, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780615281100
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A story rich in intrigue, history, folklore, and the mystery of the white deer. His myriad of subplots and personalities keeps the reader entranced and on edge, begging for more.

Map Of Thieves

Autor: Michael J Karpovage
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780985653217
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After discovering a lost Civil War hat from a famous Union general who was shot in the back during the Battle of Atlanta, Freemason military historian Lieutenant Colonel Jake Tununda is shocked to learn a secret waybill may be hidden inside the hat's liner. Before he can inspect it, the hat and two priceless Nazi artifacts disappear from the West Point Museum in a brazen daytime theft. Jake and his stunning girlfriend, private investigator Rae Hart, head to Savannah to question their main suspect, an aging World War II vet. They soon find themselves targeted for assassination. Even worse, Jake is suspended from the case and the Army itself. In Map of Thieves, a mystery thriller set in the deep South, Jake and Rae team up with Delta Force operative Alex Vann to catch a killer thief and to locate the legendary Cherokee Tunnel-a gold vault in the Georgia mountains that dates back to 1838 and the Trail of Tears. Enter U.S. Congressman Tom Black of Atlanta, one of the dirtiest, most corrupt politicians ever to steal an election. He's also the great grandson of the sniper whose shot killed the Union general. Once privy to what's inside the secret Indian tunnel-Hernando de Soto's stolen Spanish mining map-Black will let nothing stand in his way to steal it for himself. Including killing his own elderly father.

Nature Nurture And Chance

Autor: Frank Fenner
Publisher: ANU E Press
ISBN: 1920942637
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Microbiologists; Virologists; Educators; Geographers; Biography; Australia.

Cry Of The Eagle

Autor: Forest C. Wade
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781497312845
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CRY OF THE EAGLE tells you about some of the Cherokee Indian's treasures, and other historical facts, history and legends of the Cherokee at Hightower, and other places, as well as a brief history of the white man, and the Franklin gold mines, 1809-1909.

Creative Inc

Autor: Joy Deangdeelert Cho
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811879842
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As the hipster classic Craft, Inc. did for crafters, this book will teach all types of creatives illustrators, photographers, graphic designers, animators, and more how to build a successful business doing what they love. Freelancing pros Meg Mateo Ilasco and Joy Deangdeelert Cho explain everything from creating a standout portfolio to navigating the legal issues of starting a business. Accessible, spunky, and packed with practical advice, Creative, Inc. is an essential for anyone ready to strike out on their own.

Oxford Studies Of Religion

Autor: Et Al King
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780195568011
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Written specifically to address the content and emphases of the revised New South Wales Stage 6 Studies of Religion syllabus. In the Preliminary Course Oxford Studies of Religion provides a comprehensive treatment of each of the five major traditions, including ideas for Religion of Ancient Origins as a research project based on independent learning. The HSC component, whilst covering the five major religious traditions alongside Religion in Australia, places emphasis on a comprehensive understanding of Religion and Peace and includes up to date information concerning Indigenous spirituality.

Black White And Gold

Autor: Hank Nelson
Publisher: ANU Press
ISBN: 1921934344
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Australian goldminers were among the first white men to have sustained contact with Papua New Guineans. Some Papua New Guineans welcomed them, worked for them, traded with them and learnt their skills and soon were mining on their own account. Others met them with hostility, either by direct confrontation or by stealthy ambush. Many of the indigenous people and some miners were killed. The miners were dependent on the local people for labourers, guides, producers of food and women. Some women lived willingly in the miners’ camps, a few were legally married, and some were raped. Working conditions for Papua New Guineans on the claims were mixed; some being well treated by the miners, others being poorly housed and fed, ill-treated, and subject to devastating epidemics. Conditions were rough, not only for them but for the diggers too. This book, republished in its original format, shows the differences in the experience of various Papua New Guinean communities which encountered the miners and tries to explain these differences. It is a graphic description of what happens when people from vastly different cultures meet. The author has drawn on documentary sources and interviews with the local people to produce, for the first time, a lively history.

Living Energies

Autor: Callum Coats
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan
ISBN: 9780717133079
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Schauberger shows how a world that exploited its resources rather than cherishing them was doomed to destroy itself.

Sacred Places

Autor: K. S. Inglis
Publisher: The Miegunyah Press
ISBN: 0522854796
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Memorials to Australian participation in wars abound in our landscape. From Melbourne's huge Shrine of Remembrance to the modest marble soldier, obelisk or memorial hall in suburb and country town, they mourn and honour Australians who have served and died for their country. Surprisingly, they have largely escaped scrutiny. Ken Inglis argues that the imagery, rituals and rhetoric generated around memorials constitute a civil religion, a cult of ANZAC. Sacred Places traces three elements which converged to create the cult: the special place of war in the European mind when nationalism was at its zenith; the colonial condition; and the death of so many young men in distant battle, which impelled the bereaved to make substitutes for the graves of which history had deprived them. The 'war memorial movement' attracted conflict as well as commitment. Inglis looks at uneasy acceptance, even rejection, of the cult by socialists, pacifists, feminists and some Christians, and at its virtual exclusion of Aborigines. He suggests that between 1918 and 1939 the making, dedication and use of memorials enhanced the power of the right in Australian public life. Finally, he examines a paradox. Why, as Australia's wars recede in public and private memory, and as a once British Australia becomes multicultural, have the memorials and what they stand for become more cherished than ever? Sacred Places spans war, religion, politics, language and the visual arts. Ken Inglis has distilled new cultural understandings from a familiar landscape.