A Land Remembered

A Land Remembered Author Patrick Smith
ISBN-10 9781561642281
Release 2001-03-01
Pages 64
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In this best-selling novel, Patrick Smith tells the story of three generations of the MacIveys, a Florida family who battle the hardships of the frontier to rise from a dirt-poor Cracker life to the wealth and standing of real estate tycoons. The story opens in 1858, when Tobias MacIvey arrives in the Florida wilderness to start a new life with his wife and infant son, and ends two generations later in 1968 with Solomon MacIvey, who realizes that the land has been exploited far beyond human need. The sweeping story that emerges is a rich, rugged Florida history featuring a memorable cast of crusty, indomitable Crackers battling wild animals, rustlers, Confederate deserters, mosquitoes, starvation, hurricanes, and freezes to carve a kingdom out of the swamp. But their most formidable adversary turns out to be greed, including finally their own. Love and tenderness are here too: the hopes and passions of each new generation, friendships with the persecuted blacks and Indians, and respect for the land and its wildlife. Patrick Smith's novel is now available for young readers. A teacher's manual is available for using A Land Remembered to teach language arts, social studies, and science coordinated with the Sunshine State Standards of the Florida Department of Education.



Middle School Teacher Plans and Resources for a Land Remembered Student Edition

Middle School Teacher Plans and Resources for a Land Remembered  Student Edition Author Margaret Sessions Paschal
ISBN-10 9781561643417
Release 2005-11
Pages 63
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Provides resources and ideas for using the student edition of Patrick D. Smith's "A Land Remembered" to teach Florida history and culture.



A Land Remembered

A Land Remembered Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 1561642304
Release 2001-02-01
Pages 240
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Traces the story of the MacIvey family of Florida from 1858 to 1968.



Florida A Land Remembered

Florida   A Land Remembered Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 3060329524
Release 2011
Pages 134
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Florida A Land Remembered has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Florida A Land Remembered also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Florida A Land Remembered book for free.



Sarum

Sarum Author Edward Rutherfurd
ISBN-10 3426629593
Release 2005
Pages 968
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Der Klassiker, der Bestseller, der große Roman einer Stadt 7500 v. Christus: Der Jäger Hwll macht sich mit seiner Frau Akun und ihren Kindern auf den Weg Richtung Süden. Zusammen mit einer anderen Familie gründen sie eine Siedlung, damals Sarum, heute Salisbury genannt. Rutherfurd inszeniert anhand von fünf spannenden Familienschicksalen markante Ereignisse in der Geschichte einer geschichtsträchtigen und sagenumwobenen Gegend: den Bau von Stonehenge, die Eroberung Britanniens durch die Römer und vor allem die Errichtung der berühmten Kathedrale.



Fremder in einer fremden Welt

Fremder in einer fremden Welt Author Robert A. Heinlein
ISBN-10 9783641032739
Release 2009-10-02
Pages 656
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Der Mann vom Mars Die erste Mars-Expedition ist auf dem roten Planeten abgestürzt, und erst zwanzig Jahre später erreichen erstmals wieder Menschen den Nachbarplaneten. Sie finden Michael Valentine Smith, einen jungen Mann, der als Kind die Katastrophe überlebt hat und von Marsianern erzogen wurde, und nehmen ihn mit zur Erde. Die Heimatwelt seiner Eltern ist für ihn eine fremde, unverständliche Welt, und er verwendet seine mentalen Kräfte dazu, sie zu verändern. Damit wird er für die einen zum Messias, und für die anderen zu einem Feind, den man mit allen Mitteln bekämpfen muss ...



The Beginning

The Beginning Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 1561644501
Release 2004-06-01
Pages 324
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Midvale is an imaginary small town in southern Mississippi in the 1960s. Life moves at a pace set by its long, hot summers and its dirt-poor economy. As Washington begins passing new civil rights laws, civil unrest finally reaches this long segregated southern town. When two young white civil rights workers arrive determined to start a "freedom school" the unrest becomes violent and bloody.



The Seas That Mourn

The Seas That Mourn Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 1500990485
Release 2014-09-13
Pages 288
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In 1942 alone, German U-Boats sank almost four million gross registered tons of Allied ships convoying goods and war supplies to the war ravaged European continent, Britain and North Africa. That same year, college student Jimmy Kindall, who longs for adventure, leaves his small Mississippi town to join the Merchant Marine. He soon finds he is drawn to the excitement and camaraderie on his Liberty ship the SS Juniper Springs and easily slips into the sailor's life. However, it isn't long that he discovers that supplying the troops in unprotected waters exposes him to some of the fiercest battles in WWII, testing not only his grit and courage, but his sanity as well. The Seas That Mourn, written by the author of A Land Remembered, is a riveting story of the unsung heroes who navigated dangerous waters and perilous conditions to provide American and Allied troops with critical supplies of ammunition, fuel and goods. These sailors, often overlooked and even belittled for their service, were key in turning the tide of the war. "In The Seas That Mourn, Patrick Smith does for the Merchant Marine what his previous novels have done for Florida Crackers. Flourishing his decency and humanity, as always, he has come through with another fine book for Smith collectors." Al Burt, Former Miami Herald Columnist & Award Winning Author "A Land Remembered for the high seas. Once again, Patrick Smith is back. This time, though, he has taken to the high seas in a novel based on his experiences with the merchant marine during WWII. This heartfelt work shows that Patrick Smith is a novelist who is never off his game." - Barnes and Noble site



The Water Babies

The Water Babies Author Charles Kingsley
ISBN-10 OCLC:721314136
Release 1931
Pages 14
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The Water Babies has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Water Babies also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Water Babies book for free.



The River is Home And Angel City

The River is Home   And  Angel City Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 0910923647
Release 1989
Pages 399
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The River is Home, Smith's first novel, revolves around a Mississippi family's struggle to cope with changes in their rural environment. Angel City is the powerful and moving expose of migrant workers in Florida in the 1970s, which was made into a critically acclaimed film.



Once a Land Girl

Once a Land Girl Author Angela Huth
ISBN-10 9781849014274
Release 2010-02-18
Pages 160
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Disasters, disappointments, dashed hopes ... Doesn't seem that easy, just to find a good man, love him and be loved back. But I shan't give up trying. The war is over, but life goes on for Land Girls Prue, Stella and Ag. While two of the girls are married, Prue, the incorrigible flirt, has no one and is engaged in a quest for a man to provide her with security and gold taps. A year after the girls leave Hallows Farm, Prue finds just such a man and a marriage that protects her from the hardships of post-war Manchester. But she still hankers for the life she so loved as a Land Girl, though it's hard to get work on the sort of farm that provided unimaginable happiness during the war. The lives of her two old friends, Stella and Ag, have moved on and neither visit her. Additionally Prue finds that her newly wedded state and fresh horizons fail to supply the answers she seeks. Yet, in the puzzling world beyond the fields, Prue, in her indomitable way, open as ever to each chance encounter, remains buoyant, optimistic and quite sure that the life she imagines is just round yet another corner. Praise for Land Girls: 'A first-class writer' Sunday Telegraph 'Riveting ... evocative and entertaining' Daily Mail 'Huth's controlled, eloquent style has been compared to Jane Austen's, but her talent is entirely original' The Times 'Piquant, witty and entertaining' Tatler 'Huth is a master of this sort of novel, steeped in period atmosphere and gentle irony' Daily Telegraph 'A good story, told with wit and a keen observation of detail' Times Literary Supplement



Deep River

Deep River Author David Hamilton
ISBN-10 9780826271679
Release 2014-03-21
Pages 184
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Deep River uncovers the layers of history—both personal and regional—that have accumulated on a river-bottom farm in west-central Missouri. This land was part of a late frontier, passed over, then developed through the middle of the last century as the author's father and uncle cleared a portion of it and established their farm. Hamilton traces the generations of Native Americans, frontiersmen, settlers, and farmers who lived on and alongside the bottomland over the past two centuries. It was a region fought over by Union militia and Confederate bushwhackers, as well as by their respective armies; an area that invited speculation and the establishment of several small towns, both before and after the Civil War; land on which the Missouri Indians made their long last stand, less as a military force than as a settlement and civilization; land that attracted French explorers, the first Europeans to encounter the Missouris and their relatives, the Ioways, Otoes, and Osage, a century before Lewis and Clark. It is land with a long history of occupation and use, extending millennia before the Missouris. Most recently it was briefly and intensively receptive to farming before being restored in large part as state-managed wetlands. Deep River is composed of four sections, each exploring aspects of the farm and its neighborhood. While the family story remains central to each, slavery and the Civil War in the nineteenth century and Native American history in the centuries before that become major themes as well. The resulting portrait is both personal memoir and informal history, brought up from layers of time, the compound of which forms an emblematic American story.



The City in African American Literature

The City in African American Literature Author Yoshinobu Hakutani
ISBN-10 0838635652
Release 1995
Pages 265
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While one of the central drives in classic American letters has been a reflexive desire to move away from the complexity and supposed corruption of cities toward such idealized nonurban settings as Cooper's prairies, Thoreau's woods, Melville's seas, Whitman's open road, and Twain's river, nearly the opposite has been true in African-American letters. Indeed the main tradition of African-American literature has been, for the most part, strikingly positive in its vision of the city. Although never hesitant to criticize the negative aspects of city life, classic African-American writers have only rarely suggested that pastoral alternatives exist for African-Americans and have therefore celebrated in a great variety of ways the possibilities of urban living. For Frederick Douglass, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, and Ralph Ellison, the city, despite its many problems, has been a place of deliverance and renewal. In the words of Alain Locke, the city provided "a new vision of opportunity" for African-Americans that could enable them to move from an enslaving "medieval" world to a modern world containing the possibility of liberation. More recent African-American literature has also been noteworthy for its largely affirmative vision of urban life. Amiri Baraka's 1981 essay "Black Literature and the Afro-American Nation: The Urban Voice" argues that, from the Harlem Renaissance onward, African-American literature has been "urban shaped," producing a uniquely "black urban consciousness." And Toni Morrison, although stressing that the American city in general has often induced a sense of alienation in many African-American writers, nevertheless adds that modern African-American literature is suffused with an "affection" for "the village within" the city. Gwendolyn Brook's poetry and Gloria Naylor's fiction, likewise, celebrate this sense of cultural unity in the black city. In addition to these writers, the sixteen new essays in this collection discuss the works of Claude McKay, William Attaway, Willard Motley, Ann Petry, John A. Williams, Charles Johnson, Samuel R. Delany, Ed Bullins, Adrienne Kennedy, and Lorraine Hansberry. The authors of these essays range from critics in America to those abroad, as well as from specialists in African-American literature to those in other fields.



Islam in Russia

Islam in Russia Author Ravil Bukharaev
ISBN-10 9781136807930
Release 2014-06-03
Pages 334
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A fascinating story of spiritual survival. The cultural and national reawakening that has accompanied the resurgence of Islam in Russia has contributed to the revival and renewal of Islamic thought throughout the Muslim world. The author explores how Islam vis-a-vis Russian Orthodox Christianity shaped national, political and cultural developments in the vast region of European Russia and Siberia. This volume thus presents an analysis of the history, development and future prospects for Islam in Russia based on exhaustive research of the primary and secondary sources as well as the author's own personal experience.



Iris Wall Cracker Cowgirl

Iris Wall  Cracker Cowgirl Author Carol Rey
ISBN-10 1455615250
Release 2012-02-22
Pages 32
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Full of whip-crackin' cow-huntin' fun. Iris Wall was anything but an average girl. Average girls in 1948 were learning how to embroider and crochet. However, Iris was having the time of her life riding in rodeos, taming horses, and hunting cows with her daddy. The ultimate outdoor heroine, she was part of the Old Florida heritage that is synonymous with endurance, pride, and strength. A glossary of terms about cracker cowhunters is included in this biography.



In Search of the Russian Bear

In Search of the Russian Bear Author Patrick D. Smith
ISBN-10 1500999210
Release 2014-09-16
Pages 242
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In 1983, Florida author Patrick Smith and his wife Iris traveled throughout the Soviet Union and Uzbekistan through an invitation from the Soviet Writers Union. Smith relates these experiences through fascinating stories and images in the fun, factual chronicle. This story takes place in a time when the former Soviet Union was still very much the Soviet Union and was known throughout the Western World as “The Iron Curtain.” It was a land of mystery and intrigue and few Americans visited there except in guided tour groups. Fewer still were given the opportunity to mingle freely with the people.This book is in no way a political treatise. It is a story of people, places, and things. Perhaps it will give the reader an intimate glimpse of ordinary, everyday people both in Russia and Middle Asia. Hopefully, it will also bring alive some fascinating places you may never have the opportunity to see first-hand. There is high humor in this book, as well as heartfelt moments. It paints vivid pictures of places few Americans have seen or will see. The descriptions are so real that readers will feel that they have been there. There is also much in this book for food lovers to enjoy. The descriptions of food, both Russian and Uzbek, are exceptional.In Search of The Russian Bear is unlike any other book set in Eastern Europe and Middle Asia. It is unique and will take readers on a fascinating journey.



A Land Between Waters

A Land Between Waters Author Christopher R. Boyer
ISBN-10 9780816502493
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 307
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This is the first book to explore the relationship between the people and the environment of Mexico. Featuring a dozen essays by leading scholars, it heralds the arrival of environmental history as a major area of study in the field of Mexican history and introduces a new book series: “Latin American Landscapes.”