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A Pictorial View of the Faroe Islands James J. McGrath II
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781620300244
This book is a pictorial description about towns in the Faroe Islands. The large color photographs in this book all have captions explaining historical facts, so the reader can gain a better insight about this country. The Faroe Islands - a group of 18 islands - is located midway between Iceland, Norway and Scotland, and the 48,500 inhabitants speak the Faroese language. This language is linguistically close to Icelandic, and is spoken by nearly 60,000 people in the world. The capital city of Tórshavn has 19,000 residents, making it one of the smallest capitals in the world. The pictures in this book capture some amazing vistas around the country, as well as provide readers with views of ...
A Scenic Drive Les Weinberger
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Size: 8.25" x 8.25"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Take a scenic road trip via original photos through the southwest, west and northwest United States with a few extras thrown in.
A Wanderer in Florence E. V. Lucas
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This edition of A Wanderer in Florence by E. V. Lucas is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
African jottings peiwen yu
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Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
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A photo essay of the author's 12 days trip to Kenya
Ajo: The Desert Speaks Anna M. Reynolds
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ISBN: 9781633182769
The story of Ajo—a small copper mining town near the Mexican border in the desert of southern Arizona—is about the men and women who were drawn there by the lure of copper; but also of the indigenous peoples who have lived there for millennia. The earliest explorers faced overwhelming obstacles. To the pessimist, this was a forbidding and alien land where the heat was suffocating and water was a rare and precious commodity. To the optimist, this arid land offered fantastic riches (or to the Spanish missionaries, souls to be saved). Hardy pioneers—including the Tohono O'odham, Tom Childs, and John Greenway—braved difficult, harsh conditions in their quest to "awaken the Copper Giant". Ove ...
Alaskan Vacation samantha Frazier
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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America - what a great Country / Our Southwest Summer Trip 2017 Hendrik F. Bloksma
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Travel from Florida to Texas - New Mexico - Oklahoma - Arkansas - Tennessee and back to Florida With wonderful pictures from the Big Bend Area / the Rio Grande area along the Mexican Border / Fort Davis / Las Cruses / White Sands Monument / Elephant Butte Reservoir / Sandia Peak Tramway / Albuquerque / Coronado historic site / from the Ice cave to the Volcano / Chaco Canyon Nat. Monument / Navajo reservoir / Aztec ruins / Balloon flight over the Salmon river / Info about the Earthship Biotecture in NM / Rio Grande Gorge bridge / Some stretch of route 66 like Amarillo, Tucumcari, Cadillac Park / Palo Duro Canyon (the second largest Canyon in the US) Hotsprings/AK /
America, both North and Central Allannah Stone
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Size: 5.83" x 8.26"
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The best book in the world
American Scenes. and Christian Slavery Ebenezer Davies
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This edition of American Scenes. and Christian Slavery A Recent Tour of Four Thousand Miles in the United States by Ebenezer Davies is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
An American in Acapulco: Dodging Raindrops and Bullets John R. Lyman
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ISBN: 9780692557525
After living in Acapulco for years, one morning in 2011 I got a phone call from someone, a drug cartel gang member perhaps, threatening to behead me if I didn't pay a ransom. Multiple murders and beheadings were happening regularly in town. Recently, a good friend of mine had been chased down the main strip, his body riddled with bullets as the violent confrontation came to an end, all within earshot of my apartment nearby. These things were all too real. In 2002 I moved to Acapulco, Mexico, a tropical beach town long past its prime, but still a kind of paradise. Corrupt cops educated me on the rules of the road, and I learned how to get things done by greasing palms with increasing q ...

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