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A Brief History Of The Columbia River gv simoni
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Size: 5.25" x 8"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This brief history follows Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery down the Columbia River from Wallula Gap to the mouth at Astoria. That this work is brief rests on two factors: The first is the obvious fact that it is short. This is not the definitive history of the river. The second point is that not all of the river is described. Lewis and Clark joined the Columbia at its confluence with the Snake at Walla Walla; and this account follows their journey from Sacagawea Point to its contentious meeting with the Pacific Ocean. The intention is to compare and contrast the Columbia of Lewis and Clark with the river as it is now. The journals of the two leaders are quoted in each chapter ...
The Treasure Team - Ebarb, Louisiana Mary Van Rheenen
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780960979622
Join The Treasure Team on their summer adventure. Jay Sepulvado, his sister Amy, and their cousin “Peppermint” Paddie from Shreveport team up with Jo Castie in Ebarb, Louisiana. They are on the trail of the hidden treasure their Uncle Tee Procell talked about. Now Uncle Tee is seriously ill. Will they find anything of value—well, besides hot tamales, the Cryin’ Woman, and Indian lore—in time? The team of four children gather clues to the treasure from elders in the Zwolle-Ebarb community. The stories they hear are taken word-for-word from actual oral history collected by author Mary van Rheenen and Janet Shoemaker while doing research for the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb in the mi ...