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Utah Atlas Gazetteer

Author : DeLorme Mapping Company
ISBN : 0899332439
Genre : Outdoor recreation
File Size : 70. 58 MB
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Shows public lands, including parks, forests, recreation and hunting areas.

Utah Road Recreation Atlas

Author : Benchmark Maps
ISBN : 0929591739
Genre : Reference
File Size : 50. 79 MB
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The new National Geographic Benchmark Recreation Atlases are an ideal recreation resource complete with accurate, detailed topographic maps. They contain a wealth of robust travel information, including campground locations, state park maps, sports and activity destinations, museums, hunting and fishing information, historic sites and even climate details. Every feature is clearly labelled, field-checked and verified, and everything is organised for convenience and intuitive ease-of-use. The books feature a double laminated cover to prevent wear and tear.

Idaho Atlas Gazetteer

Author : DeLorme Mapping Company
ISBN : 0899332129
Genre : Travel
File Size : 21. 30 MB
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DeLorme's Atlas and Gazetteer Series is America's most popular line of recreational maps! Each atlas covers an individual state in its entirety with detailed, full-color topographic maps. Detail includes back roads, hidden lakes, boat ramps, hiking trails, campgrounds, public lands, forests, wetlands and more. And, the Gazetteer sections feature page after page of information on places to go and things to do. These atlases are year-round favorites with outdoors enthusiasts and anyone who likes to leave the main roads behind.

Wyoming Atlas Gazetteer

Author : DeLorme Mapping Company
ISBN : 089933248X
Genre : Outdoor recreation
File Size : 26. 83 MB
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DeLorme's Atlas and Gazetteer Series is America's most popular line of recreational maps! Each atlas covers an individual state in its entirety with detailed, full-color topographic maps. Detail includes back roads, hidden lakes, boat ramps, hiking trails, campgrounds, public lands, forests, wetlands and more. And, the Gazetteer sections feature page after page of information on places to go and things to do. These atlases are year-round favorites with outdoors enthusiasts and anyone who likes to leave the main roads behind.

The Phillimore Atlas And Index Of Parish Registers

Author : Cecil R. Humphery-Smith
ISBN : 1860772390
Genre : History
File Size : 30. 16 MB
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A vital aid to tracing your ancestors.

The Family Tree Sourcebook

Author : Editors of Family Tree Magazine
ISBN : 9781440311314
Genre : Reference
File Size : 62. 14 MB
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The one book every genealogist must have! Whether you're just getting started in genealogy or you're a research veteran, The Family Tree Sourcebook provides you with the information you need to trace your roots across the United States, including: Research summaries, tips and techniques, with maps for every U.S. state Detailed county-level data, essential for unlocking the wealth of records hidden in the county courthouse Websites and contact information for libraries, archives, and genealogical and historical societies Bibliographies for each state to help you further your research You'll love having this trove of information to guide you to the family history treasures in state and county repositories. It's all at your fingertips in an easy-to-use format--and it's from the trusted experts at Family Tree Magazine!

Calamity

Author : Joann Green Byrd
ISBN : 9780295805412
Genre : Nature
File Size : 58. 96 MB
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June 14, 1903, was a typical, hot Sunday in Heppner, a small farm town in northeastern Oregon. People went to church, ate dinner, and relaxed with family and friends. But late that afternoon, calamity struck when a violent thunderstorm brought heavy rain and hail to the mountains and bare hills south of town. When the fierce downpour reached Heppner, people gathered their children and hurried inside. Most everyone closed their doors and windows against the racket. The thunder and pounding hail masked the sound of something they likely could not have imagined: a roaring, two-story wall of water raging toward town. Within an hour, one of every five people in the prosperous town of 1,300 would lose their lives as the floodwaters pulled apart and carried away nearly everything in their path. The center of town was devastated. Enormous drifts of debris, tangled around bodies, snaked down the valley. The telegraph was down, the railroads were out, and the mayor was in Portland. Stunned survivors bent immediately to the dreadful tasks of searching for loved ones and carrying bodies to a makeshift morgue in the bank. By the next afternoon, thousands of individuals and communities had rushed to the town's aid, an outpouring of generosity that enabled the self-reliant citizens of Heppner to undertake the town's recovery. In Calamity, Joann Green Byrd, a native of eastern Oregon, carefully documents this poignant story, illustrating that even the smallest acts have consequences - good or bad. She draws on a wealth of primary sources, including a moving collection of photographs, to paint a rare picture of how a small town in the West coped with disaster at the turn of the twentieth century. For more information go to the author's Web site: http://www.calamity1903.org/

American Bookseller

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00308528C
Genre : Booksellers and bookselling
File Size : 36. 78 MB
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Geography And Genealogy

Author : Jeanne Kay Guelke
ISBN : 9781317128892
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 66. 3 MB
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Genealogy has become a widely popular pursuit, as millions of people now research their family history, trace their forebears, attend family reunions and travel to ancestral home sites. Geographers have much to contribute to the serious study of the family history phenomenon. Land records, maps and even GIS are increasingly used by genealogical investigators. As a cultural practice, it encompasses peoples' emotional attachments to ancestral places and is widely manifest on the ground as personal heritage travel. Family history research also has significant potential to challenge accepted geographical views of migration, ethnicity, socio-economic class and place-based identities. This volume is possibly the first ever book to address the geographical and scholarly aspects of this increasingly popular social phenomenon. It highlights tools and information sources used by geographers and their application to family history research. Furthermore, it examines family history as a socio-cultural practice, including the activities of tourism, archival research and DNA testing.

Congressional Edition

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ISBN : UCAL:B3990834
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