Moonlight Plains

Author: Barbara Hannay
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 085797534X
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Moonlight Plains from the Author: Barbara Hannay. In 1942, as the Japanese sweep towards northern Australia and allied troops swarm into Townsville, Kitty Martin is sent inland to the safety of Moonlight Plains. But when two American airmen crash on the isolated property, she is forced to grow up fast, coming face to face with tragedy, with love . . . and with heartbreak. Years on, and Sally Piper, a young journalist, is sent to Moonlight Plains to cover the story of a cattleman turned builder who is restoring his grandmother's forgotten homestead. Sparks fly between them, but Sally is struggling to let go of the past, and Luke has his eyes fixed firmly on the future. What they uncover together is a shocking secret that has been kept safe for more than seventy years. Now the entire family's happiness is at stake - or does the truth about the past hold a valuable lesson for the future? From the internationally acclaimed and award-winning romance writer Barbara Hannay comes this breathtaking novel about finding love against all the odds. It will have you smiling - and crying - from beginning to end. Praise for Barbara Hannay's bestsellers: 'Hannay's touch is deft, her pacing perfect and it all adds up to a gem of a story that certainly deserves a RITA.' Smart Bitches, Trashy Books 'For romance fans who enjoy strong characterisation, steamy love scenes and a vivid Australian setting.' Aussie Book Review 'A fantastic story with beautiful characters and a lovely backdrop of rural Australia . . . heartache, loss, love and new beginnings.' 1 girl . . . 2 many books

Fort Laramie

Author: Douglas C. McChristian
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806158603
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Fort Laramie from the Author: Douglas C. McChristian. Of all the U.S. Army posts in the West, none witnessed more history than Fort Laramie, positioned where the northern Great Plains join the Rocky Mountains. From its beginnings as a trading post in 1834 to its abandonment by the army in 1890, it was involved in the buffalo hide trade, overland migrations, Indian wars and treaties, the Utah War, Confederate maneuvering, and the coming of the telegraph and first transcontinental railroad. Douglas C. McChristian has written the first complete history of Fort Laramie, chronicling every critical stage in its existence, including its addition to the National Park System. He draws on an extraordinary array of archival materials–including those at Fort Laramie National Historic Site–to present new data about the fort and new interpretations of historical events. Emphasizing the fort's military history, McChristian documents the army's vital role in ending challenges posed by American Indians to U.S. occupation and settlement of the region, and he expands on the fort's interactions with the many Native peoples of the Central Plains and Rocky Mountains. He provides a particularly lucid description of the infamous Grattan fight of 1854, which initiated a generation of strife between Indians and U.S. soldiers, and he recounts the 1851 Horse Creek and 1868 Fort Laramie treaties. Meticulously researched and gracefully told, this is a long-overdue military history of one of the American West's most venerable historic places.

N Vrat Na Moonlight Plains

Author: Barbara Hannay
Publisher: Baronet Publishers a.s.
ISBN: 8026905784
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N Vrat Na Moonlight Plains from the Author: Barbara Hannay.

Handbook Of North American Indians V 13 Plains Pt 1 2 Two Books

Author: William C. Sturtevant
Publisher: Government Printing Office
ISBN: 9780160504006
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Handbook Of North American Indians V 13 Plains Pt 1 2 Two Books from the Author: William C. Sturtevant. This is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Handbook of North American Indians series, the ultimate resource for Native American history across various regions of North America. The set is intended to give an encyclopedic summary of what is know about the prehistory, history, and cultures of the aboriginal peoples of North America north of the urban civilizations of central Mexico. Volume 13 Parts 1 and 2 describes the prehistory, history, and culture of the aboriginal peoples who lived in the region of tall-grass prairies and short-grass high plains of North America. Note: Preface indicates mistakenly that this is the twelfth volume in a 20 volume set. 2 parts in two books, sold as a set. William C. Sturtevant, General Editor; Raymond J. DeMallie, Volume 13 editor. Other related products: American Indians resources collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/american-indians

Circle Of Fire

Author: John Dishon McDermott
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811700610
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Circle Of Fire from the Author: John Dishon McDermott. The year 1865 was bloody on the Plains as various Indian tribes, including the Southern Cheyenne and the Southern Sioux, joined with their northern relatives to wage war on the white man. They sought revenge for the 1864 massacre at Sand Creek, when John Chivington and his Colorado volunteers nearly wiped out a village of Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho. The violence in eastern Colorado spread westward to Fort Laramie and Fort Caspar in southeastern and central Wyoming, and then moved north to the lands along the Wyoming-Montana border.

Cree Language Of The Plains

Author: Jean L. Okimasis
Publisher: University of Regina Press
ISBN: 9780889771550
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Cree Language Of The Plains from the Author: Jean L. Okimasis. Cree Language of the Plains: Nehiyawewin Paskwawi-pikiskwewin explores some of the intricate grammatical features of a language spoken by a nation which extends from Quebec to Alberta. This book presents the grammatical structure of Cree that everyone can understand, along with selected technical linguistic explanations. The accompanying workbook, sold separately, has exercises which provide practice with the concepts described in the textbook as well as dialogue about everyday situations which provide practice in the conversational Cree.

Frogs Of The United States And Canada 2 Vol Set

Author: C. Kenneth DoddJr.
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 1421410389
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Frogs Of The United States And Canada 2 Vol Set from the Author: C. Kenneth DoddJr.. With many frog populations declining or disappearing and developmental malformations and disease afflicting others, scientists, conservationists, and concerned citizens need up-to-date, accurate information. Frogs of the United States and Canada is a comprehensive resource for those trying to protect amphibians as well as for researchers and wildlife managers who study biodiversity. From acrobatic tree frogs to terrestrial toads, C. Kenneth Dodd Jr. offers an unparalleled synthesis of the biology, behavior, and conservation of frogs in North America. This two-volume, fully referenced resource provides color photographs and range maps for 106 native and nonindigenous species and includes detailed information on- past and present distribution- life history and demography - reproduction and diet- landscape ecology and evolution- - diseases, parasites, and threats from toxic substances- conservation and management